5 Football Stadiums to Put on Your Travel Bucket List
With football season well underway, we’ve curated a list of some world-renowned stadiums that have earned a spot on our travel bucket list. These sites are unique in their own way and offer visitors one-of-a-kind life experiences. See why many football fanatics have donned the following stadiums a must-see.
Most Legendary: Lambeau Field(a.k.a. the Frozen Tundra) – Home of the Green Bay Packers, the Lambeau is one of NFL’s historic gems and one of the oldest continually operating stadiums. It’s also known as one of the largest and loudest fields out there, add this to your bucket list and experience its historic excellence.
Most Tech Savvy: Levi’s Stadium(a.k.a. the Field of Jeans) – Home of the San Francisco 49ers, Levi’s is NFL’s newest and most technologically advanced venue. With Wi-Fi speeds faster than any other stadium, visitors can also download stadium apps to order food and beverages from their seat. And you’ll be sure to score a good spot when you visit, as the oversized inner bowl and small upper decks mean there are very few bad seats at the stadium.
Most Historical: Soldier Field – Home of the Chicago Bears, Soldier Field is another of NFL’s oldest venues. Built in 1924 and beautifully renovated in 2003, this stadium can be found between Chicago’s skyscraper-filled downtown and the waters of Lake Michigan. Visitors also get to experience the rich history of the city and the stadium.
The Best View: Sports Authority Field(a.k.a. Mile High Stadium) – Home of the Denver Broncos, the venue delivers unforgettable views from almost every angle. The nearby Rocky Mountains can be seen in the distance while the stadium’s rolling upper deck mimics the up and down grandeur of the mountains. At half time, it presents the perfect backdrop for a remarkable selfie!
The Flashiest: AT&T Stadium(a.k.a. Jerry World) – Home of the Dallas Cowboys, AT&T holds more than 100,000 fans and is easily one of the largest NFL venues. It’s known all too well for its retractable roof and the HD Jumbotron that stretches from one 20-yard line to the other. It features field-level luxury boxes and pillar-less construction for unobstructed sightlines.
Don’t waste any more time and start planning your next trip to one of these stadiums. While you’re at it, grab your Heatsheets blankets and ponchos that offer protection on the bleachers in virtually any weather. Heatsheets offers products for cooling off or staying warm, protecting against the wind and staying dry in the rain, and are easily transportable since they can fold to pocketsize.