These are the top 10 NFL stadiums that I most want to visit. I going based off of the atmosphere at each stadium, and the history behind each stadium.
10. Gillette Stadium – Patriots
It would be really fun to see a game here during a snow storm like they’ve had in the past.
9. Metlife Stadium – Giants/Jets
It’s the newest, and arguably the nicest stadium in the league.
8. Louisiana Superdome – Saints
Without a doubt one of the loudest stadiums in the league.
7. M&T Bank Stadium – Ravens
This place is frequently described as being one of the best home-field advantages in the NFL.
6. Qwest Field – Seahawks
The fans here are known as the “12th Man” because of the noise that they produce when the Seahawks’ defense takes the field.
5. Arrowhead Stadium – Chiefs
Again, this place is a strong candidate for being the loudest stadium in the NFL. Also, the name “Arrowhead” just sounds intimidating.
4. Invesco Field – Broncos
This stadium has been known to shake when the fans start “stomping” their feet to mimic a stampede. With the Rocky Mountains just off in the distance, the atmosphere and setting of Invesco Field are tough to beat.
3. Heinz Field – Steelers
Just about every game here seems like a playoff game. When the Terrible Towel gets going, look out.
2. Cowboy Stadium – Cowboys
It’s the largest and most high-tech stadium in the league. Who wouldn’t want to see a game here?
1. Lambeau Field – Packers
No other stadium in the NFL speaks history like Lambeau Field. The “Frozen Tundra” is the cathedral of all NFL stadiums, and has to be the best home-field advantage in the league.
Stay tuned for some pics of Arrowhead when we are there on our baseball road trip in May…we see two Royals game and will get a stadium tour in there too. Obviously won’t be quite the same without 70K screaming rabid Chiefs fans…still, its a start.
I’ll be looking forward to the pictures.