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Looking at all the NFL stadiums and their sponsors

We're going east to west:

Hard Rock Stadium:

Home of the Miami Dolphins and the 2021 CFP Championship Game

Location: Miami Gardens, Florida

Capacity: 65,325 Sponsor:

Hark Rock Cafe

Founded in London in 1971

Owned by Seminole Hard Rock entertainment, inc.



MetLife Stadium:

Home of the New York Jets and New York Giants

Location: East Rutherford, New Jersey

Capacity: 82,500

Sponsor:

MetLife:

Headquarters: New York, NY

Stocks: NYSE Tag: MET $39.67



Gillette Stadium:

Home of the New England Patriots

Capacity: 65,878

Location: Foxborough, MA

Sponsor:

Gillette

Introduced: 1901

Owned by P&G (Procter & Gamble)



Lincoln Financial Field:

Home of the Philadelphia Eagles

Opened 2003

Capacity: 69,176

Location: Philadelphia, PA

Sponsor:

Lincoln Financial

Stock: LNC: $33.64

CEO: Dennis R. Glass




TIAA Bank Field:

Home of the Jacksonville Jaguars

Capacity: 67,164

Owner: Jacksonville City Council

Location: Jacksonville, FL

Sponsor:

TIAA

Headquarters: New York, NY




FedEx Field:

Home of the Washington Football Team

Capacity: 82,000

Owner: Daniel Snyder

Location: Landover, MD

Sponsor:

FEDEX

Stock: FDX: $242.78

Headquarters: Memphis, TN




Bank of America Stadium:

Home of the Carolina Panthers

Capacity: 75,412

Location: Charlotte, NC

Sponsor:

Bank of America

Stock: BAC: $25.21

Headquarters: Charlotte, NC




M&T Bank Stadium:

Home of the Baltimore Ravens

Capacity: 71,008

Location: Baltimore, MD

Sponsor:

M&T Bank

Stock: MTB: $101.78

Headquarters: Buffalo, NY




Heinz Field:

Home of the Pittsburgh Steelers

Capacity: 68,400

Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Sponsor:

Heinz

Headquarters: Chicago, IL

Stock: KHC: $29.74

Full Company: Kraft Heinz




Bills Stadium:

Home of the Buffalo Bills

Capacity: 71,870

Location: Orchard Park, NY

No Sponsor




Mercedes Benz Stadium:

Home of the Atlanta Falcons

Capacity: 75,000

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Sponsor:

Mercedes-Benz

Parent Organization: Daimler AG



Raymond James Stadium:

Home of Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Super Bowl LV (55)

Capacity: 65,890

Location: Tampa, FL

Sponsor:

Raymond James

Stock: RJF $72.97

Headquarters: St. Petersburg, FL

Founder: Robert James




Paul Brown Stadium:

Home of the Cincinnati Bengals

Capacity: 65,535

Location: Cincinnati, OH

Sponsor:

None

Named after Hall of Fame Coach Paul Brown



FirstEnergy Stadium:

Home of the Cleveland Browns

Capacity: 67,895

Location: Cleveland, OH

Sponsor:

FirstEnergy

Stock: FE: $28.96

Headquarters: Akron, OH




Ford Field:

Home of the Detroit Lions

Capacity: 65,000

Location: Detroit, MI

Sponsor:

Ford

Stock: F: $7.23




Lucas Oil Stadium:

Home of the Indianapolis Colts

Capacity: 70,000

Location: Indianapolis, IN

Sponsor:

Lucas Oil

Headquarters: Corona, CA

Founded: 1989

Founder: Forrest Lucas




Nissan Stadium:

Home of the Tennessee Titans

Capacity: 69,143

Location: Nashville, TN

Sponsor:

Nissan

Stock: NSANY: $7.23




Soldier Field:

Home of the Chicago Bears

Capacity: 61,500

Location: Museum Campus, Chicago, IL

Owner: Burnham Park

Sponsor: None

Named on Nov. 11, 1925; 7 years after WW1

Named after Soldiers who fought for US




Lambeau Field:

Home of the Green Bay Packers

Capacity: 81,441

Location: Green Bay, WI

Sponsor:

None

Named after Curly Lambeau (1898-1965), Player and Coach, Born in Green Bay



Mercedes Benz Superdome:

Home of the New Orleans Saints and Super Bowl LVIII (58)

Capacity: 74,295

Location: New Orleans, LA

Sponsor:

Mercedes-Benz

Parent Organization: Daimler AG



US Bank Stadium:

Home of the Minnesota Vikings

Capacity: 73,000

Location: Minneapolis, MN

Sponsor:

US Bancorp

Stock: USB: $37.62

Headquarters: Minneapolis, MN




NRG Stadium:

Home of the Houston Texans

Capacity: 72,220

Location: Houston, TX

Sponsor:

NRG Energy

Headquarters: Houston, TX

Founded: 1992




Arrowhead Stadium:

Home of the defending World Champions Kansas City Chiefs

Capacity: 76,416

Location: Kansas City, MO

Sponsor:

None

A Chief is the leader of a Native American tribe. Native Americans used arrows for various things. On the head of arrows is an arrowhead




AT&T Stadium:

Home of the Dallas Cowboys

Capacity: 80,000

Location: Arlington, TX

Sponsor:

AT&T

Stock: T: $28.93

Headquarters: Dallas, TX




Empower Field at Mile High:

Home of the Denver Broncos

Capacity: 76,125

Location: Denver, CO

Sponsor:

Empower Federal Credit Union



State Farm Stadium:

Home of the Arizona Cardinals and Super Bowl LVII (57)

Capacity: 63,400

Location: Glendale, AZ

Sponsor:

State Farm

Headquarters: Bloomington, IL




Allegiant Stadium:

Home of the Las Vegas Raiders

Capacity: 72,000

Location: Las Vegas, NV

Sponsor:

Allegiant Air

Stock: ALGT: $134.50

Destinations: 128

Headquarters: Las Vegas, NV




SoFi Stadium:

Home of the Los Angeles Rams, Los Angeles Chargers, and Super Bowl LVI (56)

Capacity: 70,000; expandable for over 100,000 for Global Events (2028 Olympics)

Location: Inglewood, CA

Sponsor:

SoFi

Founded: August 2011

Headquarters: San Francisco, CA




CenturyLink Field:

Home of the Seattle Seahawks

Capacity: 72,000

Location: Seattle, WA

Sponsor:

CenturyLink

Headquarters: Monroe, LA

CEO: Jeffrey Storey




Levi's Stadium:

Home of the San Francisco 49ers

Capacity: 68,500

Location: Santa Clara, CA

Sponsor:

Levi Strauss & Co.

Stock: LEVI: $12.52

Headquarters: San Francisco, CA

Founded: 1853

Founder: Levi Strauss












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