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NFL Stadiums Quiz

Name the stadiums used by NFL football teams.
As of September, 2019
Year refers to how long the team has been continuously playing in the stadium
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First submittedJuly 31, 2012
Last updatedSeptember 21, 2019
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Team
Year
Stadium
Packers
1957
Lambeau Field
Bears
1971
Soldier Field
Chiefs
1972
Arrowhead Stadium
Bills
1973
New Era Field
Saints
1975
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Dolphins
1987
Hard Rock Stadium
Raiders
1995
RingCentral Coliseum
Jaguars
1995
TIAA Bank Field
Panthers
1996
Bank of America Stadium
Redskins
1997
FedEx Field
Buccaneers
1998
Raymond James Stadium
Ravens
1998
M&T Bank Stadium
Browns
1999
FirstEnergy Stadium
Titans
1999
Nissan Stadium
Bengals
2000
Paul Brown Stadium
Broncos
2001
Empower Field at Mile High
Team
Year
Stadium
Steelers
2001
Heinz Field
Lions
2002
Ford Field
Patriots
2002
Gillette Stadium
Seahawks
2002
CenturyLink Field
Texans
2002
NRG Stadium
Eagles
2003
Lincoln Financial Field
Cardinals
2006
State Farm Stadium
Colts
2008
Lucas Oil Stadium
Cowboys
2009
AT&T Stadium
Giants
2010
MetLife Stadium
Jets
49ers
2014
Levi's Stadium
Rams
2016
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Vikings
2016
U.S. Bank Stadium
Chargers
2017
Dignity Health Sports Park
Falcons
2017
Mercedes-Benz Stadium
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level 58
Oct 5, 2012
I for one absolutely loathe all the corporate naming rights BS. Long live Soldier Field.
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level 49
Jan 17, 2015
I actually hit give up cause I was getting frustrated by all the corporate BS .. Pats field is Foxborough stadium, etc BTW I hate the PATS just an example
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level 70
Mar 26, 2015
Could not agree more.
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level 70
Apr 4, 2017
Major kudos to the Bears, Packers, Chiefs, Bengals and Lions for not selling out. Only a matter of time before we see Viagra Stadium or Preparation-H Field. *sigh*
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level 51
Apr 9, 2017
Last I checked, the Lions play at Ford Field. Which is named for the Ford Motor Company.
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level 85
Apr 25, 2017
Heinz is a local Pittsburgh company. They didn't sell out, they are representing the city.
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level 70
Jul 29, 2017
William Clay Ford purchased controlling interest in the Lions in 1963. The Ford family has held that controlling interest ever since. The field does bear the name of a long-time owner of the club, so I cut the Lions slack on that.

The Steelers used to play in Three Rivers Stadium. No rivers paid the Steelers any money for the use of that name. Unless the Steelers decided to name their stadium "Heinz Field" out of the goodness of their hearts and a sense of community promotion, they sold out to a company that happens to be in close proximity to the stadium. An example of the Steelers not selling out would be "Rooney Stadium" or "Knoll Field", for example.
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level 51
Mar 12, 2018
Hearted for fancy colours.
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level 51
May 19, 2018
Ford Field is named for the company, not the family. "The naming rights were purchased by the Ford Motor Company at $40 million over 20 years" - Wikipedia. And if you look at it from above, it has a giant Ford logo painted on it.
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level 79
Jul 30, 2018
What really sort of amazes me is how many foreign owned companies have their names on US stadiums and Mercedes has two - both in the South. How did that happen? And Nisson is on the stadium in Nashville - I guess they were ready for some football. Imagine if Northrop-Grumman was suddenly slapped on the side of Wembley Stadium or Camp Nou was renamed Lockheed Martin. It stings the national pride and team loyalty just a bit.
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level 61
Sep 17, 2019
Not sure how long those teams will hold out. Ford Field is named for the company, although the Ford family does own the team. The Packers, Bears, and Chiefs play in stadiums built over 40 years ago. When they need money for a new stadium, corporate sponsorship will look pretty appealing. It is promising though that they are all family enterprises. The Bengals, Chiefs, and Bears have all been in the same respective families since their inceptions, so there's a stronger sense of tradition, and the teams are not owned by corporate raiders. The Packers have no private ownership. They are the only publicly-owned team in the four major sports. The Bengals play in the only stadium built in the new millennium that does not have corporate sponsorship. Their owner, Mike Brown, named the stadium after his father, the founder and first coach of the team. That's awesome, but I wouldn't expect other owners to follow suit.
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level 70
Jul 25, 2017
Although it certainly looks sleazy to have the name of a company on your stadium, I'm all for it if it reduces the taxpayer dollars spent. Stadiums are ridiculously expensive and would demolish city budgets if they're not subsidized by big corporations.

Now, I know that corporate named stadiums still use plenty of public money, but every bit helps...
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level 77
Sep 14, 2019
I got two that I actually knew, including Soldier Field, then two others just by guessing random corporate names, then got bored and gave up.
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level 59
Oct 5, 2012
I kept trying to say Meadowlands for Met Life stadium.
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level 68
Jun 25, 2017
yup. me too. And JFK for philly but thats a long time ago
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level 61
Sep 20, 2019
I dont know where you got that. Lincoln Financial Field has been the name of the new place since it opened, and the previous place was Veterans Stadium. Before that was Franklin Field, and before that... well, if you go that far back, youre too old.
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level 61
Sep 17, 2019
Meadowlands is the geographic area in which you'd find MetLife Stadium. Even the old stadium was not the Meadowlands. It was *in* the Meadowlands.
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level 21
Oct 9, 2012
could not remember all the freaking corporate names
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level 23
Jul 18, 2013
I only got the Bucs. And thats because im from tampa xD
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level 33
Sep 14, 2013
Cowboys Stadium is now AT&T Stadium....sadly.
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level 54
May 20, 2016
Jerry's World should be acceptable...only name I've ever heard for it! And I'm a BIG sports fan.
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level 47
Jun 2, 2014
The worst example of corporate naming I've ever seen is the National Car Rental Center, which was the name of the Florida Panthers' arena from 1998-2002, and which sounds not so much like an arena but more like, well, the place you'd go if you needed to rent a car.
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level ∞
Aug 5, 2014
University of Phoenix Stadium is a close runner-up!
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level ∞
Mar 23, 2019
Now its State Farm Stadium. Not much better. Given the commercials that run during NFL games nowadays, I would say we are overdue for a Cialis stadium.
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level 66
Aug 21, 2014
I think you should accept "Reliant" for the Texans. Yes, it's now called NRG Stadium, but it opened in 2002 as Reliant Stadium. Either that, or change the clue to read 2014 (since it was renamed this year) instead of 2002. Otherwise a great quiz. Thanks, QM! :D
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level 35
Aug 30, 2014
you should allow all the former names...what's the point of knowing all the sponsors brand names?
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level 22
Oct 15, 2014
I agree
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level 51
Feb 20, 2017
The point of the quiz is to know the CURRENT names. If you don't know them, learn them. If you don't want to learn them then you're not going to get a good score.
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level 45
Mar 5, 2015
Sad thing is if you let me use the old names I'd get 31/31. Can't keep track of which corporation is ruining which stadium anymore...
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level 83
Jun 29, 2015
Looks like the quiz needs another update, as LP Field has become the Nissan Stadium.
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level 36
Jul 28, 2015
The Tennessee Titans stadium is now known as Nissan Stadium, not LP Field
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level 76
Aug 13, 2015
I was set to jump on the bandwagon here and complain about all the corporate naming of stadiums until I realized that my beloved baseball Cardinals play in Busch Stadium in St. Louis, and I can't imagine seeing them in a stadium with any other name. I have to wonder if fans complained in 1954 when it was changed from Sportsmans Park to Busch Stadium. At least Anheuser-Busch has a long history in the city.
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level 79
Jul 28, 2018
There are degrees to it. A stadium with a name that is both a person's name and the name of a company (Busch, Ford, etc.) sounds a little better to our ears than one that is more blatantly corporate (EverBank, StubHub, etc.)
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level 79
Jul 30, 2018
Ander, that's not exactly the same thing. Busch Stadium, at least in name, has been around longer than we have. You're right about the history connection. I can't even begin to imagine the Cards playing anywhere else. Now, if they try to change the name to Inbev or whatever the new corporate name is I'll start making protest signs. Wanna help?
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level 69
Aug 19, 2015
I always thought the Bears started playing at Soldier Field when it opened in the late 1920s/early 1930s.
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level 51
Feb 27, 2017
According to Wikipedia, the Bears moved there in 1971.
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level 79
Jul 28, 2018
After spending the previous 50 years or so playing at Wrigley Field!
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level 83
Sep 7, 2016
VIkings' stadium needs to be updated, as they moved into the USBank Stadium this year.
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level 72
Dec 28, 2016
Since this quiz said "as of September 2016" I was so confused about why no combination of US Bank Stadium was accepted. Didn't even think to try TCF
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level 80
Mar 17, 2017
Yes, it's weird having neither the Metrodome or US Bank Stadium for the Vikes, rather their 2 year interim stadium.
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level 83
Sep 7, 2016
Absolutely atrocious that neither US Bank nor TCF (without the bank) are accepted for the Vikings. Please correct.
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level 51
May 1, 2017
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level 70
Apr 5, 2017
Accept "Jerry World" for the Cowboys? :-)
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level 71
Jul 25, 2017
When in doubt, start guessing random corporations.
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level 61
Feb 16, 2018
Can we accept "LA Coliseum" for the Rams? Thats pretty much what everyone calls it.
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level 58
Jul 24, 2018
LA colessium not acceptable?
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level 79
Jul 28, 2018
Can you accept "Factory of Sadness" for the Browns? That seems like the more appropriate answer to me.

Also, I'm mainly posting this as a joke, but for the record, Wikipedia does automatically redirect from "factory of sadness" to the article on the Browns' stadium.
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level 64
Oct 24, 2018
The Jaguars and Cardinals need name updates. The Broncos should have Broncos Stadium at Mile High as an acceptable answer. The Raiders should have Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum as an acceptable answer.
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level 72
Mar 23, 2019
Otherwise known as Random Clunky Business Names That You Don't Remember Because They Have No Bearing On Team History And The List Of Names Changes Every Time You Blink Anyways So We Just Call Them By The Team Name.
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level 51
Mar 24, 2019
The full, correct name for Oakland Alameda Coliseum is Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.
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level 84
Mar 26, 2019
type-ins are inconsistent. you don't have to type 'field' but you have to type 'coliseum'. 'tiaa' works without 'bank' but 'us bank' requires 'bank'.
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level ∞
Apr 3, 2019
I like the type-ins the way they are. There's a Ralph Waldo Emerson quote that applies here.
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level 56
Apr 2, 2019
Suggestion to QM: Accept Colosseum and Mile High for Denver and Oakland. If the commentators say "we're in Mile High stadium," or "Welcome to the Colosseum," then they should be accepted
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level ∞
Apr 3, 2019
Mile High and Coliseum both work.
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level 56
Apr 24, 2019
Then apparently I can't spell
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level 61
Sep 20, 2019
Time to update the sucker to Empower Field!
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level ∞
Sep 21, 2019
Broncos Stadium was too dignified I guess.
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level 67
Apr 4, 2019
please accept LA Memorial Coliseum and Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.
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level 67
Sep 16, 2019
Yes, I typed LA Memorial Coliseum, but it didn't work!
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level ∞
Sep 21, 2019
That will work now.
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level 63
Sep 14, 2019
A second date column with the year of the latest name change would be useful.
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level 59
Sep 14, 2019
"Year refers to how long the team has been continuously playing in the stadium" Uhh, the Raiders have certainly not been playing in Oakland continuously since 1966
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level ∞
Sep 21, 2019
Good point. Fixed.