Stadium Journey ranked the NFL stadiums from best to worst, based on overall stadium experience.
M&T Bank Stadium ranked second overall. Here’s what Stadium Journey had to say about the home of the Ravens:
“From the Ravenswalk area outside of the stadium to the purple seats and concourse lighting, the Ravens have set a fine stage for enjoyment of NFL football. Expect the games to be loud inside the walls of the stadium. Every play, whether it be on defense or offense, will have the fans screaming at every detail. Even special teams plays are paid attention in great detail. The fans are knowledgeable about all aspects of the game.”
The full list with write ups can be found here, but I’ll give you the top ten:
10. Mercedes-Benz Superdome: New Orleans Saints
9. Gillette Stadium: New England Patriots
8. Soldier Field: Chicago Bears
7. Arrowhead Stadium: Kansas City Chiefs
6. CenturyLink Field: Seattle Seahawks
5. AT&T Stadium: Dallas Cowboys
4. Heinz Field: Pittsburgh Steelers
3. Lambeau Field: Green Bay Packers
2. M&T Bank Stadium: Baltimore Ravens
1. Lucas Oil Stadium: Indianapolis Colts
A couple thoughts on the list:
-Seattle fans everywhere are the most insulted people on this earth and are going and buying more “12 Fan” jerseys
-I’m shocked about the Colts being number one. Their stadium looks like the definition of boredom.
-I was also hoping the Patriots and Steelers wouldn’t be in the top ten, but neither of them are number two, so sma.
-This list didn’t factor in the Vikings’ and Rams’ new stadiums. I’m assuming the move to LA will up the Rams’ value exponentially.
Side note, the Redskins’ Fed Ex Field ranked dead last.