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The Top 10 NFL Football Stadiums By Cost

This is something which US readers will probably know but others will find astonishing is the cost of some of the stadiums in the NFL. With a proposed stadium Las Vegas being touted at $1.9 billion dollars – yes you read that correctly.

Most fans will say the costs are justified, what we don’t say in this article is how the stadiums were funded – thats another story

#1 Metlife Stadium – $1.6 billion

The home of the New York Giants/Jets cost a staggering $1.6 billion. For that cost you get a 82,500 seat stadium

#2 AT&T Stadium ($1.3 billion)

A cool $1.3 billion gets you this stadium for the Dallas Cowboys, it has a capacity of 100,000

#3 Levi’s Stadium (1.3 billion)

Completed in 2014, this is the home of the San Francisco 49ers and has a capacity of 68,500

#4 Soldier Field ($802 million)

Actually built in 1924 for the Chicago Bears, the cost of $802 million was just for renovation - not even a new stadium

#5 Lucas Oil Stadium ($735 million)

$735 million dollars gets you the 70,000 capacity home of the Indianapolis Colts

#6 Lincoln Financial Field ($681 million)

the home stadium of the National Football League's Philadelphia Eagles with a a seating capacity of 69,176.

#7 Paul Brown Stadium – ($647 million)

the home venue of the Cincinnati Bengals with a capacity of 65,515

#8 University of Phoenix Stadium ($552 million)

the home of the Arizona Cardinals with a capacity iof 63,400

#9 CenturyLink Field ($585 million)

the home field for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL) and Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer (MLS). It can hold 69,000 for NFL games.

#10 Ford Field ($680 million)

the home of the Detroit Lions, capacity of 65,000 - record attendance 80,103 for Wrestlemania 23 ?????

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