The Largest NFL Stadiums

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  • 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.

When you bet on NFL odds, you are likely considering the location of the game into your online sports betting strategy. And some NFL teams are better at their home venues than others. 

There are 30 NFL stadiums for the 32 NFL teams entering the 2022 season. Which stadiums are the biggest?

What is the Largest NFL Stadium?

MetLife Stadium is the largest NFL stadium in the league, with a capacity of 82,500. Other stadiums, including AT&T Stadium, are expandable beyond this capacity but have a lower standard capacity.

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).

Largest NFL Stadiums, Ranked by Capacity:

StadiumCapacityTeam(s)
MetLife Stadium82,500Giants & Jets
Lambeau Field81,441Packers
AT&T Stadium80,000Cowboys
GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium76,416Chiefs
Empower Field at Mile High76,125Broncos
Bank of America Stadium75,523Panthers
Caesars Superdome73,208Saints
NRG Stadium72,220Texans
Highmark Stadium71,608Bills
M&T Bank Stadium71,008Ravens
Mercedes-Benz Stadium71,000Falcons
SoFi Stadium70,000Rams & Chargers
Lincoln Financial Field69,596Eagles
Nissan Stadium69,143Titans
TIAA Bank Field69,132Jaguars
Lumen Field69,000Seahawks
Levi's Stadium68,50049ers
Acrisure Stadium68,400Steelers
FirstEnergy Stadium67,895Browns
FedExField67,717Commanders
Lucas Oil Stadium67,000Colts
Gillette Stadium66,829Patriots
U.S. Bank Stadium66,655Vikings
Raymond James Stadium65,890Buccaneers
Paycor Stadium65,515Bengals
Hard Rock Stadium65,326Dolphins
Allegiant Stadium65,000Raiders
Ford Field65,000Lions
State Farm Stadium63,400Cardinals
Soldier Field61,500Bears

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