Watching an NFL football game in person at the stadium is one of life’s ultimate experiences. If you’re a football fan you know what I mean. Being in one of the top NFL stadiums is even more enjoyable. Which football stadiums are the best? Out of the 31 NFL football stadiums, here are the top 5.
#5 – Cleveland Browns Stadium
Browns stadium in Cleveland, OH ranks in at number 5 on the list of top NFL stadiums. Cleveland stadium is a great place to watch a football game. Built near downtown Cleveland, the architects of the stadium built in large gaps in order for fans to be able to look out of the stadium and into downtown Cleveland. They also installed a lot of glass in the stadium to see out of. The atmosphere in the stadium is breathtaking. The fans in the “dog pound” are some of the most boisterous and rabid fans of any NFL football team. The stadium is also built near the beautiful Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
#4 – Ford Field
Coming in at number 4 is Ford Field in Detroit, MI. Ford Field was the site for the 2006 NFL Super Bowl. That will tell you something about this stadium right there. This is without a doubt the most beautiful indoor stadium in all of football. Looking at all of the brick and exposed ductwork inside the stadium gives it an old time feel, sort of like being inside a loft that was restored in an old building. It even includes a 7-story atrium.
#3 – Reliant Stadium
Houston, TX is home to Reliant Stadium and the Houston Texans. This