National Football League stadiums are located almost exclusively in some of the United States’ biggest cities, which means that they offer up some spectacular skyline backgrounds that can be seen from parts of the stands.
So, what are the most impressive and striking backgrounds that you can see in the league’s 29 stadiums? Here are the top three picks.
Heinz Field: Pittsburgh Steelers
The home of the Pittsburgh Steelers is located on the South Shore of Pittsburgh, an American city whose skyline is rivaled by few. From the cheap seats at the top of the bleachers, you’ll be able to see one of the many impressive buildings that tower over the city.
CenturyLink Field: Seattle Seahawks
The Seattle Seahawks’ majestic home field, consistently rated as one of the best stadiums in the National Football League, is also lucky enough to have Seattle’s imposing skyline peer out behind the north stands of this raucous stadium.
Soldier Field: Chicago Bears
Located just to the south of the United States’ third-largest city is Soldier Field, where the picturesque location on the shores of Lake Michigan allows those in the upper deck to spot the Chicago skyline. You’ll even be able to see the Willis Tower, the country’s third-tallest building.