Can You Match the NFL Team to Their Stadium?

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By: Becky Stigall

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Every NFL team has a home base. These stadiums are built like the colosseums of ancient Rome and Greece. So fitting for the heated competitions that take place within each of them!

AT&T Stadium

AT&T Stadium is home to the Dallas Cowboys. The stadium can hold up to a whopping 100,000 fans.

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Lambeau Field

Lambeau Field is home to the Green Bay Packers. The field is nicknamed "The Frozen Tundra."

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Soldier Field

The Chicago Bears are at home at Soldier Field. The stadium was at double capacity once.

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Heinz Field

Heinz Field is home to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The field opened in 2001.

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CenturyLink Field

CenturyLink Field is home to the Seattle Seahawks. The stadium is 260 feet tall.

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EverBank Field

EverBank Field is home to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The venue was originally named Jacksonville Municipal Stadium.

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University of Phoenix Stadium

The Cardinals play at the University of Phoenix Stadium. But you probably guessed that one.

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Ford Field

The Detroit Lions play at Ford Field. The venue holds 65,000 fans.

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MetLife Stadium

MetLife Stadium is home to the New York Giants. The Giants share the stadium with the Jets.

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Hard Rock Stadium

Hard Rock Stadium houses the Miami Dolphins and more than 65,000 of their fans. The University of Miami football team also plays there.

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Arrowhead Stadium

Arrowhead Stadium is home to the Kansas City Chiefs. The stadium opened in 1972.

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M&T Bank Stadium

The Baltimore Ravens are at home in M&T Bank Stadium. The stadium has a capacity of over 71,000.

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Paul Brown Stadium

Paul Brown Stadium is home to the Cincinnati Bengals. We'll forgive you if you guessed the Cleveland Browns.

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Lucas Oil Stadium

Lucas Oil Stadium is home to the Indianapolis Colts. The stadium holds 70,000 fans.

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Gillette Stadium

Gillette Stadium is home to the New England Patriots and the New England Revolution soccer team. The stadium opened in 2002 as CMGI Field.

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Lincoln Financial Field

The Philadelphia Eagles are at home at Lincoln Financial Field. The stadium holds almost 70,000 fans.

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New Era Field

New Era Field is home to the Buffalo Bills. Construction began on the stadium in 1972.

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FirstEnergy Stadium

FirstEnergy Stadium is home to the Cleveland Browns. The stadium was originally called Cleveland Browns Stadium.

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Levi's Stadium

Levi's Stadium is home to the 49ers. The stadium seats up to 75,000 people.

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Raymond James Stadium

Raymond James Stadium is home to the Bucs. The stadium is nicknamed Ray Jay.

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Bank of America Stadium

Bank of America Stadium is home to the Panthers. The venue holds more than 75,000 fans.

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Nissan Stadium

The Tennessee Titans are at home in Nissan Stadium. The stadium is also home to the Tennessee State Tigers.

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NRG Stadium

NRG Stadium houses the Houston Texans. More than 80,000 fans were in attendance for the George Strait concert in 2013 at the stadium.

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Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is home to the Rams. That one was too easy.

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Mercedes-Benz Superdome

The Saints call Mercedes-Benz Superdome home. The stadium opened in 1975.

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Sports Authority Field at Mile High

Sports Authority Field at Mile High is home to the Denver Broncos. The stadium is called Mile High, for short.

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MetLife Stadium

MetLife Stadium is home to both the Jets and the Giants. The stadium holds 82,500 fans.

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U.S. Bank Stadium

The Vikings call U.S. Bank Stadium home. The stadium cost over $1 billion to build.

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FedExField

FedExField is home to the Redskins. The stadium holds 82,000 fans.

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Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Mercedes-Benz Stadium is home to the Atlanta Falcons. The stadium opened in August 2017.

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SDCCU Stadium

SDCCU Stadium is home to the San Diego Chargers. The stadium's full name is San Diego County Credit Union Stadium.

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StubHub Center

StubHub Center is host to the Chargers. The stadium was formerly called the Home Depot Center.

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