Whether you're going to see your favorite football team play, or you're just visiting to see a game…the stadium matters. Here are my top 5 best NFL stadiums.
5. Heinz Field - Pittsburgh
Heinz Field has been the home of the Steelers since 2001. It was built with an open side overlooking the Pittsburgh skyline. Its amazing views make for a more enjoyable experience. It sits 68,400, and the seats are bright yellow... showing Steeler pride.
4. Sports Authority Field At Mile High - Denver
Aside from the air being thinner than a crepe, the Broncos home turf is one of the best in the league. For starters, it is literally a mile high. It seats 76,125 of some of the craziest fans, and - come on - it has the coolest name.
3. Lambeau Field - Green Bay
The Packers have the privilege to play at one of the most historic stadiums in sports. Lambeau is a must see landmark for any sports fan. 80,736 people can squeeze into it on game day to cheer their team on.
2. Century Link Stadium - Seattle
Century Link was built with material that makes it easy for sound to bounce around. This creates the loudest, most fun environment in football. It only seats 67,000 people, but these Seahawks fans mean business.
- AT&T Stadium - Dallas