10 Largest Pro Football Stadiums in the United States
The ten largest pro football stadiums in the United States by normal seating capacity. The average attendance for an NFL football game is 67,509 fans and each one of the ten largest pro football stadiums in the NFL has a seating capacity well above the average. The NFL is the most popular and most attended sports league in the United States and as football has many rabid fans who love to tailgate and attend their teams home games each Fall. In recent times travel agencies have sprung up that cater to fans who want to attend their NFL teams away games and the travel agencies create travel packages including airline tickets, game day tickets and hotel accommodations in NFL cities.
FedExField in Landover, Maryland - 91,704 normal seating capacity
FedExField is the largest pro football stadium in the United States with a seating capacity of 91,704. Located in Landover, Maryland FedExField is the home of the Washington Redskins pro football team. The stadium was opened in 1997 as Jack Kent Cooke Stadium but the name was changed in 1999 when new owner Daniel Snyder sold the naming rights to FedEx for $7.6 million per year.
New Meadowlands Stadium - 82,500
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Updated Jun 4, 2018