If there’s one sport that America identifies heavily with, it’s football. The history of this beloved sport goes way back to the early 20th century when the AFL was founded in 1920 (not long after, the name was changed to the NFL). Americans have fallen in love with other sports, but football holds a truly special place in the heart of the Red, White, and Blue. If you’re looking to attend an NFL game and feel the energy of American football, these are the best stadiums to visit.
Lambeau Field – Green Bay Packers
Perhaps the most iconic NFL field of all time is none other than Lambeau Field, home to the Green Bay Packers. This is mainly because the Packers are about as beloved an NFL team as they come. This is even more impressive considering the fact that Green Bay is one of the smallest markets in all of sports, and yet it’s also one of the most popular and passionate.
SoFi Stadium – Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers
The new stadium of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers was opened as recently as 2020, and in that sense, it’s a must-visit for the exact opposite reason that Lambeau Field is a must-visit. It’s glitzy, it’s hi-tech, it’s Hollywood, and it’s home to two teams that only became L.A. teams within the last decade. In some words, it’s ready for history to be made there!
CenturyLink Field – Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks fans are loud, gritty, and there to make their opponents’ game a living hell. The residents of Seattle deal with terrible weather throughout the entire year, and their city is the home of grunge. If you’re looking for energy, this is the stadium to go to.