5 Best Football Stadiums
These 5 stadiums represent the best that the United States has to offer. They are huge stadiums with great fans filling the seats. Watching football on Saturday and Sunday is an American tradition, and going out to see a game is a special experience, especially at these stadiums.
- Michigan Stadium - This is the largest football stadium in the United States, seating 109,901 people. The Michigan Wolverines are one of the best college football teams in history with the most wins, the best winning percentage and the most winning seasons.
- Cowboys Stadium - The Cowboys opened their new stadium in 2009 and it is the second largest stadium in the NFL. The Cowboys, America's team, are either loved or hated and the fan base and team rivalries make any game fun to watch. Not to mention, the team's successful history helps their cause, too.
- Lambeau Field - Sitting in the freezing cold and snow during a Wisconsin Winter to see a Green Bay Packers game tests the toughness of any football fan. Lambeau Field has been located at the same location since 1968 and houses one of the NFL's original teams.
- Rose Bowl - Home to the UCLA Bruins but better known as the site of the college football Rose Bowl game, now one of the sites of the BCS championship. With over 90,000 seats, a parade leading into the stadium before the championship game, and always the site of one of the best matchups of the college football season, this is a stadium to visit.
- Heinz Field - Sitting on the banks of Pittsburgh's three rivers and filled with intense Steeler's fans, Heinz Field is one of the great NFL stadiums. The stadium opened in 2001. The Great Hall showcases memorabilia and history from the Steelers.
Posted on: Sep. 09, 2010