The 5 Newest NFL Stadiums

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For a football fan, setting foot in their team’s new stadium for the first time can be a euphoric feeling. The smell of fresh-cut turf, the shine of new stadium seats, and the roar of fellow patrons echoing off of freshly painted stadium walls. Some fans who have purchased tickets to games in the newest NFL stadiums will tell you there is nothing quite like it.

For a fan who is looking to step up their entertainment game, stadium suites provide next-level corporate entertainment options. Combine the grandeur of a new stadium with the luxury of a suite and you have yourself a “Win” in entertainment.

5 Newest NFL Stadiums:

  1. Lucas Oil Stadium

The home of the Indianapolis Colts kicks off our list of the newest NFL stadiums. Lucas Oil Stadium opened its gates on August 16, 2008 while star quarterback Peyton Manning was midway through his time with the Colts. In fact, the stadium has been nicknamed “The House that Peyton Built” for the legacy the now-retired player left on his teammates and fans.
Looking to step up your entertainment game at “The House That Peyton Built?” Lucas Oil Stadium suites feature gourmet catering, luxury seating, and space to fit up to 72 guests!

  1. AT&T Stadium

In May, 2009, AT&T Stadium became the new home of “America’s Favorite Team.” While there are arguments over whether or not the Cowboys still hold that title, we have no doubt the Dallas Cowboys boast loyal fans. AT&T Stadium set the NFL attendance record in 2009, with 105,121 fans looking for a good ol’ fashioned Cowboys showdown.

Going for an entertainment touchdown? Let AT&T Stadium suites come in for the assist. Treat your guests to one of the Cowboys Field level suites. Inside suites that sit less than 18 inches  below field level, your honored guests will feel like part of the Cowboys huddle.

  1. MetLife Stadium

Two sets of fans were happy in 2010, when MetLife Stadium was completed. Both the New York Giants and the New York Jets call the stadium home, making it the only stadium to house two NFL teams. They’ve got stadium-sharing down to an art, with interior lights that change colors depending on which home team is playing.

Interested in treating guests to the Suite Life at MetLife? Metlife Stadium remains the most expensive stadium ever built coming in at $1.6 billion. You bet that price tag brought along some VIP amenities for fans. MetLife Stadium suites take stadium luxury a step further with a private concierge to wait on each party.

  1. Levi’s Stadium

This breathtaking Bay Area home to the 49ers opened to the public on July 17,2016, just in time for the 2016 season.  The stadium’s inaugural year was one for the books with its hosting of Super Bowl 50.

How about sitting in the lap of football luxury with the 49ers?  While Levi’s Stadium hosted a Super Bowl in its first year, it will be providing unmatched luxury to San Francisco 49ers fans for years to come. Levi’s Stadium suites are some of the most technically advanced and offer unmatched views of the game.

  1. US Bank Stadium

Considering every seat in U.S. Bank Stadium sold out prior to the first preseason game, we’re guessing fans approve of the Vikings’ new stomping ground. The whole nation will get a glimpse of the new stadium, at least on their TV screens, when it hosts the Super Bowl in 2018.

How do you feel about carrying out your corporate entertainment in the newest NFL stadium? Brand new US Bank Stadium suites are sure to impress! And climate-controlled suites are a great way to shield guests from the midwest winter chill.

Stay tuned for the Falcon’s new stadium, Mercedes Benz Stadium, with a scheduled completion date next year!

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