Lambeau, a legendary icon since 1957, has a capacity of 81,441 (iStockphoto). The “Lambeau Leap” and Lombardi and Starr legends are cherished by fans after four Super Bowl wins.
Source: BroBible Skol! U.S. Bank Stadium, a 2016 masterpiece, holds 66,860 on game day. Beyond its unique architecture that honors the team's goal to Rule The North, the stadium hosted the 2018 Super Bowl.
House Built by Jim Irsay. Modernity and Midwest charm combine in this 2008 67,000-seater football palace that feels Rust Belt.
Steelers fans celebrate the team's tenacity and six Super Bowl wins at Acrisure Stadium, previously Heinz Field, on Pittsburgh's Three Rivers. Built in 2001, it has 68,400 seats and a sea of waving Terrible Towels for an unforgettable sight.
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Fans enjoy Raymond James Stadium's pirate ship, which fires cannons with each Buccaneer score and seats 65,618 since 1998. Super Bowl XXXVII and LV triumphs are especially memorable.
The 2024 Super Bowl will be held in this magnificent desert gem. When the Raiders moved to Las Vegas from Oakland in 2020, "the Death Star" debuted as a 65,000-seat stadium.
Maryland football fans have called this 71,000-seater a coliseum of passion since 1998. Its ferocity brings back memories of the Ravens' Super Bowl wins in XXXV and XLVII.