NFL Teams and their dedicated playing ground
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NFL Teams and their dedicated playing ground

The 32 teams in the NFL and their stadiums.

The teams in the NFL are some of the biggest sporting franchises in the world, with many of them being worth millions of dollars. Their playing rounds are a big part of their brand.

But where does each team play?

One interesting fact is that not all NFL teams have their own stadium.

If you want to learn more about the NFL teams and the stadiums they play in, keep reading…


Arizona Cardinals

The Arizona Cardinals play at State Farm Stadium, Glendale.

Capacity: 63,400

Opened in 2006

Chicago Bears

The Chicago Bears play in Soldier Field, Chicago.

Capacity: 61,500

Opened in 1924 but was recently refurbished.

Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers play at ​Lambeau Field, Green Bay.

Capacity: 81,441

Opened in 1957

New York Giants / New York Jets

Both New York teams play in ​MetLife Stadium, New York.

Capacity: 82,500

Opened in 2010

Detroit Lions

The Detroit Lions play at ​Ford Field, Detroit.

Capacity: 65,000

Opened in 2002

Washington Football Team

The Washington Football Team (formally the Redskins) plays in the FedEx Stadium in Washington D.C.

Capacity: 82,000

Opened 1997

Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles play at Lincoln Financial Field (The Link), Philadelphia.

Capacity: 69,596

Opened in 2003

Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers play in ​Heinz Field, Pittsburgh.

Capacity: 68,400

Opened in 2001

Los Angeles Rams / Los Angeles Chargers

Both L.A. teams play at the SoFi Stadium, in Los Angeles.

Capacity: 70,240

Opened in 2020

San Francisco 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers play in ​Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara

Capacity: 68,500

Opened in 1994

Cleveland Browns

The Cleveland Browns play in FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland.

Capacity: 67,895

Opened in 1999

Indianapolis Colts

The Indianapolis Colts play at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis.

Capacity: 67,000

Opened in 2008

Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys play in ​AT&T Stadium, Dallas.

Capacity: 80,000

Opened in 2009

Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs play in the Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City.

Capacity: 76,416

Opened in 1972

Denver Broncos

The Denver Broncos play at Empower Field at Mile High, Denver.

Capacity: 76,125

Opened in 2001

New England Patriots

The New England Patriots play in Gillette Stadium, Foxborough.

Capacity: 66,829

Opened in 2002

Las Vegas Raiders (formerly Oakland Raiders)

The Las Vegas Raiders play at the Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas.

Capacity: 65,000

Opened in 2020 - the newest stadium in the NFL

Tennessee Titans

The Tennessee Titans play in Nissan Stadium (formally Adelphia Stadium), Nashville.

Capacity: 69,143

Opened in 1999

Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo Bills play in Bills Stadium, Orchard Park.

Capacity - 71,608

Opened in 1973

Minnesota Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings play in the ​U.S. Bank Stadium, Minnesota.

Capacity: 66,665

Opened in 2016

Atlanta Falcons

The Atlanta Falcons play at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta.

Capacity: 71,000

Opened in 2017

Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins play in Hard Rock Stadium, Miami.

Capacity: 65,236

Opened in 1987

New Orleans Saints

The New Orleans Saints play at Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans.

Capacity: 73,208

Opened in 1975

Cincinnati Bengals

The Cincinnati Bengals play in Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati.

Capacity: 65,515

Opened in 2000

Seattle Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks play in CenturyLink Field, Seattle.

Capacity: 69,000

Opened in 2002

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Tampa Bay Bucs play in ​Raymond James Stadium, Tampa.

Capacity: 65,890

Opened in 1998

Carolina Panthers

The Carolina Panthers play in ​Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte (North Carolina).

Capacity: 75,523

Opened in 1996

Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jacksonville Jaguars play in TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville.

Capacity: 69,132

Opened in 1995

Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens play in ​M&T Bank Stadium, in Baltimore.

Capacity: 71,008

Opened in 1998

Houston Texans

The Texans play at NRG Stadium, Houston.

Capacity: 72,220

Opened in 2002

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