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List of NFL Teams & Stadiums


The National Football League (NFL) was established in 1920 and it quickly grew into the largest sports organization in the Untied States. Today there are 32 NFL teams divided into two separate conferences: the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC). Each team plays 16 regular season games before the top 12 teams progress to the playoffs and compete for the coveted NFL championship.

With so many teams and stadium names to remember, we decided to put together this helpful list of NFL teams and stadiums. You can use the list to help you track which NFL stadiums you've visited or to learn more about each team and their specific arena.


Team Name Arena Name Arena Location Seating Capacity Opening Year

Arizona Cardinals

State Farm Stadium

Glendale, Arizona

63,400

2006

Atlanta Falcons

Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Atlanta, Georgia

71,000

2017

Baltimore Ravens

M&T Bank Stadium

Baltimore, Maryland

71,008

1998

Buffalo Bills

New Era Field

Orchard Park, New York

71,608

1973

Carolina Panthers

Bank of America Stadium

Charlotte, North Carolina

75,523

1996

Chicago Bears

Soldier Field

Chicago, Illinois

61,500

1924

Cincinnati Bengals

Paul Brown Stadium

Cincinnati, Ohio

65,515

2000

Cleveland Browns

First Energy Stadium

Cleveland, Ohio

67,895

1999

Dallas Cowboys

At&T Stadium

Arlington, Texas

80,000

2009

Denver Broncos

Empower Field at Mile High

Denver, Colorado

76,125

2001

Detroit Lions

Ford Field

Detroit, Michigan

65,000

2002

Green Bay Packers

Lambeau Field

Green Bay, Wisconsin

81,441

1957

Houston Texans

NRG Stadium

Houston, Texas

72,220

2002

Indianapolis Colts

Lucas Oil Stadium

Indianapolis, Indiana

67,000

2008

Jacksonville Jaguars

TIAA Bank Field

Jacksonville, Florida

69,132

2008

Kansas City Chiefs

Arrowhead Stadium

Kansas City, Missouri

76,416

1972

Los Angeles Chargers

Dignity Health Sports Park

Carson, California

27,000

2003

Los Angeles Rams

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

Los Angeles, California

78,500

1923

Miami Dolphins

Hard Rock Stadium

Miami Gardens, Florida

65,326

1987

Minnesota Vikings

U.S. Bank Stadium

Minneapolis, Minnesota

66,655

2016

New England Patriots

Gillette Stadium

Foxborough, Massachusetts

66,829

2002

New Orleans Saints

Mercedes-Benz Superdome

New Orleans, Louisiana

73,208

1975

New York Giants

MetLife Stadium

East Rutherford, New Jersey

82,500

2010

New York Jets

MetLife Stadium

East Rutherford, New Jersey

82,500

2010

Oakland Raiders

RingCentral Coliseum

Oakland, California

56,057

1966

Philadelphia Eagles

Lincoln Financial Field

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

69,596

2003

Pittsburgh Steelers

Heinz Field

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

68,400

2001

San Francisco 49ers

Levi's Stadium

Santa Clara, California

68,500

2014

Seattle Seahawks

CenturyLink Field

Seattle, Washington

69,000

2002

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Raymond James Stadium

Tampa, Florida

65,890

1998

Tennessee Titans

Nissan Stadium

Nashville, Tennessee

69,143

1999

Washington Redskins

FedExField

Landover, Maryland

82,000

1997

NFC East

  • Dallas Cowboys (AT&T Stadium)
  • New York Giants (MetLife Stadium)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (Lincoln Financial Field)
  • Washington Redskins (FedExField)

NFC North

  • Chicago Bears (Soldier Field)
  • Detroit Lions (Ford Field)
  • Green Bay Packers (Lambeau Field)
  • Minnesota Vikings (U.S. Bank Stadium)

NFC South

  • Atlanta Falcons (Mercedes-Benz Stadium)
  • Carolina Panthers (Bank of America Stadium)
  • New Orleans Saints (Mercedes-Benz Superdome)
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Raymond James Stadium)

NFC West

  • Arizona Cardinals (State Farm Stadium)
  • Los Angeles Rams (Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum)
  • San Francisco 49ers (Levi's Stadium)
  • Seattle Seahawks (CenturyLink Field)

AFC East

  • Buffalo Bills (New Era Field)
  • Miami Dolphins (Hard Rock Stadium)
  • New England Patriots (Gillette Stadium)
  • New York Jets (MetLife Stadium)

AFC North

  • Baltimore Ravens (New Era Field)
  • Cincinnati Bengals (Paul Brown Stadium)
  • Cleveland Browns (FirstEnergy Stadium)
  • Pittsburgh Steelers (Heinz Field)

AFC South

  • Houston Texans (NRG Stadium)
  • Indianapolis Colts (Lucas Oil Stadium)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (TIAA Bank Field)
  • Tennessee Titans (Nissan Stadium)

AFC West

  • Denver Broncos (Empower Field at Mile High)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (Arrowhead Stadium)
  • Los Angeles Chargers (Dignity Health Sports Park)
  • Oakland Raiders (RingCentral Coliseum)


Fun Facts About NFL Teams & Stadiums


  • The first televised NFL game took place in 1939.
  • The first Super Bowl took place in Los Angeles in 1967.
  • NFL players weren't required to wear helmets until 1943.
  • California contains the most NFL teams (4) out of any state.
  • MetLife Stadium is the only NFL Stadium shared by two teams.
  • The NFL has the shortest season out of any major American sport.
  • The actual playing time in any given football game is only about 11 minutes.
  • The Chicago Bears are the only NFL team to have never changed names or cities.
  • Every football used in NFL games comes from the same factory located in Ada, Ohio.
  • There are several NFL Stadiums located in cities that aren't reflected by the team name.
  • The Oakland Raiders have been approved to move to Las Vegas at the start of the 2020 NFL season.
  • 100 million viewers watch the Super Bowl every year, making it the most popular televised broadcast in the United States.
  • Atlanta's Mercedez-Benz Stadium is the newest stadium in the league (2017) whereas the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is the oldest (1923).
  • New Jersey's MetLife Stadium is the largest stadium in the NFL with a seating capacity of 82,500. The Los Angeles Dignity Health Sports Park is the smallest with a capacity of 27,000.


NFL Map


We love football here at GeoJango Maps. That's why we decided to create a NFL Teams Map to showcase the locations of every NFL team and their respective stadiums. You can use this Football Map to keep track of which stadiums you've visited or which ones you would like to visit in the future.

It also makes a great gift for football enthusiasts who can use this NFL Map to decorate their home and show support for their favorite team!