5. GILLETTE STADIUM, NEW ENGLAND
Complete with elements that are indigenous to the area, the lighthouse, the arched bridge, the rock formation in the end zone - all awesome. The game presentation — with the Minutemen firing off the muskets is fantastic, and enhances the fan experience. An incredible football experience with one drawback , expect to spend forever in the parking lot getting out.
4. LAMBEAU FIELD, GREEN BAY
One of the most unique sporting place in the US. Amazing that such a small town that can support a pro franchise and do it well, with a season-ticket waiting list of 30 years. Successfully took an older venue, modernized it, and the field still remains the way it looked.
3. RELIANT STADIUM, HOUSTON
With that incredible retractable dome. That was a first, and it follows the tradition of the old Astrodome, the first to have a roof over the place. A modern and spectacular first-rate stadium.
2.RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM, TAMPA BAY
Pretty much an extravagent theme park. There’s nothing like it anywhere. The whole pirate theme makes it a decidedly unique football experience. They play the pirate-y music, raise flags when the home team gets in the red zone, and shoot off cannons for a touchdown. The weather warm weather sure doesn’t hurt, either.
1. QWEST FIELD, SEATTLE
AKA the Hawk’s Nest, or Seahawks Stadium. The design of this stadium is beautiful. The atmosphere is great as well, since it was built in 2002, this stadium earned the reputation as the loudest stadium in the NFL. The vistas of downtown Seattle from within the stadium are great.