See 10 Of The Best & Most Expensive NFL Football Stadiums

See 10 Of The Best & Most Expensive NFL Football Stadiums
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The most popular sport in America, NFL football, has been a cultural staple for over 100 years. The decades have seen many changes: leather helmets; desegregation and increasingly elaborate post-touchdown celebrations. One thing that hasn’t changed is the passion fans have for the game, which they show by filling giant stadiums week in and week out. These coliseums of gridiron greatness are sacred landmarks to the team faithful, and every game they attract thousands of like-minded face-painters to their hallowed halls.

Here we break down 10 of the most expensive and culturally significant stadiums this iconic sport has produced.

LAMBEAU FIELD — GREEN BAY PACKERS

Green Bay has only 25,000 more residents than it's football stadium capacity. Insane! 

AT&T STADIUM — DALLAS COWBOYS

Costing a whopping 1.3 billion dollars, this Texas monster arena is the crown jewel in the NFL stadium jewelry box.

LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD — PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

Affectionately known to locals as simply "The Linc", the Philadelphia Eagles home ground is an architectural masterpiece and cost over 530 million to build. 

HEINZ FIELD — PITTSBURGH STEELERS

The sky and water views from this stadium are second to none. It also shows that selling a lot of beans can buy you some pretty cool things.

SPORTS AUTHORITY FIELD AT MILE HIGH — DENVER BRONCOS

This high altitude stadium may have a cumbersome name, but it makes up for that as one of the most impressive structures in the NFL's quiver.

RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM — TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

This Florida-based arena can get hotter than the sun, and with all those red jerseys, it's twice as bright. 

NRG STADIUM — HOUSTON TEXANS

Also known as the Astrodome, this was the world's first multi purpose domed stadium. In classic Texas upselling, it also claims to be the "8th wonder of the world".

LEVI’S STADIUM — SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

Very new and very expensive. It's no surprise that San Francisco's Gridiron has a cool sponsor like Levi's.

MERCEDES BENZ SUPERDOME — NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

After Hurricane Katrina hit, this "Jazz City" landmark cost over $185 million to repair and refurbish.

CENTURYLINK STADIUM — SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

With acoustic-booming aluminum and architectural parabolas that reverberate sound, you better believe when this place is a rockin', don't come a knockin'.

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