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MOST POPULAR STADIUMS
IN JANUARY 2016
1. Levi's Stadium (11)
2. AT&T Stadium (5)
3. Bank of America Stadium (14)
4. Lucas Oil Stadium (2)
5. Arrowhead Stadium (9)
6. FedEx Field  (13)
7. Sports Authority Field (15)
8. Lincoln Financial Field  (12)
9. Edward Jones Dome  (20)
10. EverBank Field  (17)
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AFC Stadiums
Arrowhead Stadium to MetLife Stadium
NFC Stadiums
Lambeau Field to Levi's Stadium
Past Stadiums
Cleveland Municipal Stadium to Candlestick Park
Future Stadiums
US Bank Stadium to Mercedes-Benz Stadium

STADIUM NEWS

Next Raiders Stadium Has to be the Right Place
By most accounts, Levi’s Stadium was an excellent Super Bowl host. The new venue had luxury accommodations for the higher-end, often corporate crowd intermixed with some passionate, run-of-the-mill fans. It’s state of the art in the truest sense, with numerous revenue streams to linethe pockets. That's certainly true for Jed York’s 49ers, and would be to a lesser extent for an additional tenant in that NFL stadium. But don’t expect the Raiders to sign up for that deal. Owner Mark Davis has said time and again he has no interest in playing at Levi’s Stadium -- already built for two teams -- for any length of time.
-Another Super Bowl in future for Levi's Stadium?
-San Antonio NFL Watch: Raiders to consider lease extension in Oakland

DID YOU KNOW?

The last time the Super Bowl was played in the San Francisco Bay area was in 1985 when the San Francisco 49ers beat the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XIX at Sanford Stadium.

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