Nevada’s Allegiant Stadium Among the Nation’s Best
NFL stadiums are like holy shrines for football fans. These are the places where blood is spilled, plays are called, heroes are made, and history is written.
USA Today’s 10Best, a source for all things travel and entertainment, compiled a list of the top 10 NFL stadiums in the nation. They had a group of experts put forward the nominees, and then their editors narrowed it down to the final ones. From there, readers had their say and vote on the stadiums that offer the best game experiences in the United States.
Allegiant Stadium ranks in the Top 4
Allegiant Stadium secured the fourth spot on the list. With a price tag just shy of $2 billion, it stands among the most expensive stadiums globally. The ranking spotlighted this Paradise-based venue for its luxurious marble-floored suites, the 3D torch and flame paying homage to the former Raiders owner Al Davis, the enticing Wynn Field Club, and an array of upscale dining options. Serving as the new home for the Las Vegas Raiders, this stadium offers seating for up to 65,000 enthusiastic fans.
At the bottom of the rankings, you’ll come across SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, which holds the title of being the most expensive NFL stadium globally, with a staggering price tag of $5.5 billion. The ranking particularly highlights its unique features, including the translucent canopy, well-designed concourses, comfortable seating, and diverse dining options.
Claiming the top spot on the list is Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington, known for its passionate fan base known as “The 12s.” The ranking emphasizes the exceptional stadium experience it offers. Inside, visitors can indulge in a variety of local craft beers, savor Starbucks and other locally sourced coffee, and enjoy delectable Pacific Northwest-inspired cuisine.
Curious to see which other NFL stadiums made the cut? See the full top 10 list here.