- There are 30 stadiums in the NFL.
- Three stadiums have a base capacity of at least 80,000.
- Soldier Field is the smallest NFL stadium.
MetLife Stadium is the largest NFL stadium with a standard capacity of 82,500. Soldier Field is the smallest NFL stadium with a standard capacity of 61,500.
Completed in 2010, MetLife Stadium is located five miles west of New York City in East Rutherford, New Jersey, and is the home of the New York Giants and New York Jets. At the time, it was the most expensive stadium ever built in the United States at $1.6 billion.
SoFi Stadium has the largest expandable capacity of any NFL stadium; it can fit up to 100,240 spectators, just a few hundred more than AT&T Stadium (100,000).
State Farm Stadium, host of Super Bowl LVII – and home to the BetMGM Sportsbook at State Farm Stadium – is the second-smallest standard-capacity stadiums in the league. Attendance for the game was 67,827.
Largest & Smallest NFL Stadiums
|1||MetLife Stadium||82,500||Giants & Jets|
|5||Empower Field at Mile High||76,125||Broncos|
|6||Bank of America Stadium||75,523||Panthers|
|10||M&T Bank Stadium||71,008||Ravens|
|12||SoFi Stadium||70,000||Rams & Chargers|
|13||Lincoln Financial Field||69,596||Eagles|
|15||TIAA Bank Field||69,132||Jaguars|
|21||Lucas Oil Stadium||67,000||Colts|
|23||U.S. Bank Stadium||66,655||Vikings|
|24||Raymond James Stadium||65,890||Buccaneers|
|26||Hard Rock Stadium||65,326||Dolphins|
|29||State Farm Stadium||63,400||Cardinals|
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