Ranking all 31 NFL stadiums from worst to best
Athlon Sports has ranked all 31 current National Football League stadiums from worst to best. The criteria? "Everything from amenities to raucous home-field advantage and just about everything else in between," according to Athlon Sports. (Photos courtesy of Getty Images)Photo by: Christian Petersen
Ranking all 31 NFL stadiums from worst to best
31. Oakland Alameda Coliseum (Oakland Raiders)

Opened: 1966

Capacity: 63,132

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Photo by: Jed Jacobsohn
Ranking all 31 NFL stadiums from worst to best
30. Los Angeles Coliseum (Los Angeles Rams)

Opened: 1923

Capacity: 90,000

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Photo by: Sean M. Haffey
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29. StubHub Center (Los Angeles Chargers)

Opened: 2003

Capacity: 27,000

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Photo by: Kevork Djansezian
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28. FedEx Field (Washington Redskins)

Opened: 1997

Capacity: 82,000

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Photo by: Doug Pensinger
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27. EverBank Field (Jacksonville Jaguars)

Opened: 1995

Capacity: 67,246

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Photo by: Doug Benc
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26. FirstEnergy Stadium (Cleveland Browns)

Opened: 1999

Capacity: 67,895

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Photo by: Kevin C. Cox
Ranking all 31 NFL stadiums from worst to best
25. Nissan Stadium (Tennessee Titans)

Opened: 1999

Capacity: 69,143

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Photo by: Streeter Lecka
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24. New Era Stadium (Buffalo Bills)

Opened: 1973

Capacity: 71,870

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Photo by: Rick Stewart
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23. Paul Brown Stadium (Cincinnati Bengals)

Opened: 2000

Capacity: 65,515

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Photo by: Andy Lyons
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22. Raymond James Stadium (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

Opened: 1998

Capacity: 65,890

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Photo by: Robert Laberge
Ranking all 31 NFL stadiums from worst to best
21. Hard Rock Stadium (Miami Dolphins)

Opened: 1987

Capacity: 64,767

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Photo by: Mike Ehrmann
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20. Soldier Field (Chicago Bears)

Opened: 1924

Capacity: 61,500

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Photo by: Jonathan Daniel
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19. Bank of America Stadium (Carolina Panthers)

Opened: 1996

Capacity: 75,525

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Photo by: Streeter Lecka
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18. Ford Field (Detroit Lions)

Opened: 2002

Capacity: 65,000

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Photo by: Tom Pidgeon
Ranking all 31 NFL stadiums from worst to best
17. MetLife Stadium (New York Giants and New York Jets)

Opened: 2002

Capacity: 82,500

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Photo by: Jim McIsaac
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16. M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore Ravens)

Opened: 1998

Capacity: 71,008

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Photo by: Nick Wass
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15. Levi's Stadium (San Francisco 49ers)

Opened: 2014

Capacity: 68,500

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Photo by: Noah Graham
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14. Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans Saints)

Opened: 1975

Capacity: 73,208

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Photo by: Chris Graythen
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13. NRG Stadium (Houston Texans)

Opened: 2002

Capacity: 71,795

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Photo by: Chris Graythen
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12. Gillette Stadium (New England Patriots)

Opened: 2002

Capacity: 66,829

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Photo by: Rick Stewart
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10. Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis Colts)

Opened: 2008

Capacity: 70,000

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Photo by: Ronald Martinez
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9. University of Phoenix Stadium (Arizona Cardinals)

Opened: 2006

Capacity: 63,400

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Photo by: Christian Petersen
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8. U.S. Bank Stadium (Minnesota Vikings)

Opened: 2016

Capacity: 66,665 

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Photo by: Hannah Foslien
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7. Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta Falcons)

Opened: 2017

Capacity: 71,000

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Photo by: Kevin C. Cox
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6. Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Denver Broncos)

Opened: 2001

Capacity: 76,125

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Photo by: Doug Pensinger
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5. Heinz Field (Pittsburgh Steelers)

Opened: 2001

Capacity: 68,400

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Photo by: Jonathan Daniel
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4. AT&T Stadium (Dallas Cowboys)

Opened: 2009

Capacity: 80,000

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Photo by: Ronald Martinez
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3. Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City Chiefs)

Opened: 1972

Capacity: 76,416

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Photo by: Donald Miralle
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2. CenturyLink Field (Seattle Seahawks)

Opened: 2002

Capacity: 69,000

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Photo by: Maxx Wolfson
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1. Lambeau Field (Green Bay Packers)

Opened: 1957

Capacity: 81,411

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Photo by: Jonathan Daniel