The Top 10 Iconic NFL Stadiums

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10. Bank of America Stadium

Situated in Charlotte, North Carolina. Since its opening in 1996, it has consistently held over 125 consecutive sellouts, becoming a home for the Carolina Panthers and hosting prestigious events like the Belk Bowl and ACC Championship Game.

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9. EverBank Field

Located in Jacksonville, Florida, and home to the Jacksonville Jaguars since 1995. With a seating capacity of up to 85,000, it even had the honor of hosting Super Bowl XXXIX in 2005.

8. Hard Rock Stadium

In Miami, Florida. Although it has undergone name changes, it has been the home of the Miami Dolphins since 1987 and has seen its seating capacity decrease to 65,000 over the years.

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7. Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. It earned its place in history by surviving Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and has hosted seven Super Bowls, making it a resilient all-year stadium.

6. New Era Field

Located in Orchard Park, New York. As the only NFL stadium within the state of New York, it has a unique status. The Buffalo Bills hold an impressive undefeated postseason record here.

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5. Arrowhead Stadium

Situated in Kansas City, Missouri, takes the 4th spot. Known for being the loudest stadium in the NFL and a Guinness World Record holder for noise level, it's a daunting place for visiting teams.

4. Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in California, the only stadium shared by both an NFL and MLB team. Despite its modest facilities, it witnessed historical moments, including Super Bowl victories.

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3. Lambeau Field

Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, also known as "The Frozen Tundra." Its extreme cold is part of the Packers' home-field advantage, and it remains one of the most iconic stadiums in the NFL.

2. Soldier Field

In Chicago, Illinois, taking the 1st position. Originally opened in 1924 and used by various teams, it's now the home of the Chicago Bears, with recent renovations preserving its historical legacy.

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1. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum: NFL's historic gem with 93,000 seats, 2nd highest capacity. Home to USC Trojans, Rams, Raiders, Chargers. Rams' home 1946-1979, UCLA Bruins' until 1981.

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