Report says Acrisure Stadium ranks as third best stadium in U.S.

(SIDELINES.IO) – The NFL has been around for more than 100 years, and in that time fans have witnessed some of the greatest athletes of all time reach the pinnacle of the sport. 

As we prepare for the 2022 NFL season, we can expect more iconic moments that will go down in history across the country’s most iconic stadiums.  

But which NFL stadium is the best? Although the NFL has 32 teams, there are only 30 full-time NFL stadiums.  

Well, the team at odds comparison site Sidelines has revealed the best NFL stadiums in the US, by comparing the percentage of Tripadvisor reviews that awarded each stadium an “excellent” rating, or five stars out of five. 

Let’s take a look at the results: 

NFL Stadium  Location What percentage of reviews are five stars out of five? 
Lambeau Field Green Bay, Wisconsin 89% 
AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas 75% 
Acrisure Stadium Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 74% 
Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis, Indiana 73% 
Bank of America Stadium Charlotte, North Carolina 68% 
Arrowhead Stadium Kansas City, Missouri 65% 
Empower Field at Mile High Denver, Colorado 65% 
Lumen Field Seattle, Washington 64% 
M&T Bank Stadium Baltimore, Maryland 64% 
Gillette Stadium Foxborough, Massachusetts 63% 

It’s official, the number one NFL stadium in the US is Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, which saw 89% of Tripadvisor reviews scoring the stadium a five out of five. The stadium opened in 1957 and currently has a capacity of 81,441 people, and is home to the Green Bay Packers who have won a record-breaking 13 league championships. 

In second place, with 75% of Tripadvisor reviews scoring a five out of five is the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The stadium is home to the Dallas Cowboys, who are worth over $6.5 billion, the most valuable team in the league.  

The former Heinz Field, now known as Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has 74% of Tripadvisor reviews awarding it five stars out of five, making it the third best NFL stadium in the US. The stadium was opened in 2001 and has a capacity of 68,400 people.  

Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana had 73% of Tripadvisor reviews scoring five out of five stars, while Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina had 68% of reviews scoring five out of five.  

Also on the top 10 list includes Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, and Empire Field at Mile High, in Denver Colorado. 

The NFL stadiums with the worst reviews: 

NFL Stadium  Location What percentage of reviews are five stars out of five? 
SoFi Stadium Inglewood, California 21% 
FedExField Landover, Maryland 24% 
TIAA Bank Field Jacksonville, Florida 29% 
Paul Brown Stadium Cincinnati, Ohio 41% 
Highmark Stadium Orchard Park, New York 44% 
FirstEnergy Stadium Cleveland, Ohio 45% 
Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 46% 
Soldier Field Chicago, Illinois 46% 
Raymond James Stadium Tampa, Florida 49% 
Nissan Stadium Nashville, Tennessee 50% 

The NFL with the worst Tripadvisor reviews in the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, with just 21% of people giving the stadium a five-star rating out of five. The stadium was opened in 2020 and currently has a capacity of 70,000. The stadium is the home to both the Los Angeles Rams and also the Los Angeles Chargers.  

The NFL stadium with the second worst Tripadvisor reviews is FedExField in Landover, Maryland, home to the Washington Commanders. 24% of reviews on Tripadvisor scored the stadium a five out of five stars.  

In third place is the TIAA Bank Field stadium in Jacksonville, Florida, which had 29% of reviews scoring five out of five stars. The stadium, opened in 1995, is currently home to the Jacksonville Jaguars.  

ENDS 

Please credit to: https://www.sidelines.io/ 

If you need anything else, please contact: thomas.orourke@search-intelligence.co.uk  

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