#2 SoFi Stadium (home of NFL teams LA Rams and Chargers)
One of the newest stadiums in the NFL, the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, is a modern architectural wonder. Home to the LA Rams and Chargers franchises, it is described as a stadium and entertainment complex.
The SoFi Stadium has a flexible capacity. It can house up to 70,000 that can be extended up to 100,000 for big events like the Super Bowl or the Olympics.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this amazing stadium is yet to host an event at full capacity. As the 2021 NFL season approaches, it should have a sold-out opening week.
The SoFi Stadium is scheduled to host the Super Bowl in 2022.
#3 AT&T Stadium (home of NFL team Dallas Cowboys)
AT&T Stadium, formerly known as the Cowboys Stadium, is another magnificent, modern structure in the NFL. It’s the home of the Dallas Cowboys and was completed on May 27, 2009.
The stadium seats 80,000 people, making it the fourth largest stadium in the NFL in terms of seating capacity. The maximum capacity of the stadium with standing room is 105,000. The record attendance for an NFL regular-season game was set in 2009 at this stadium when a crowd of 105,121 was recorded.
Situated in Arlington, Texas, this stadium is sometimes referred to as 'Jerry World' after enigmatic Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
The At&T Stadium features some amazing technology. It has a retractable roof and has the world’s 31st largest HD video screen. The stadium also includes more than 3,000 LCD displays throughout the luxury suites, concourses, concession areas and more, offering fans viewing options that extend beyond the action on the field.
The NBA All-Star game was held at the AT&T Stadium in 2010. The Stadium hosted the Super Bowl in 2011, with the Green Bay Packers defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers. Wrestlemania 32 was held here in 2016 and is scheduled to return next year.
Manny Pacquiao and Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez have both had boxing fights in the stadium.