While the newness of Mercedes-Benz Stadium has just begun to wear off after hosting numerous events and nearly a million visitors over the past few months, some high-profile problems still plague the venue—and it could be more than six months before they’re fixed.
Ongoing repairs to the zinc-paneled exterior of U.S. Bank Stadium remain visible with no hard deadline for completion and the $1.1 billion building’s Super Bowl showcase getting closer by the day.
In theory, an NFL team playing in the intimate confines of a soccer stadium should be an experience like no other. Even the least popular NFL team has a fan base that vastly outpaces what the MLS can even dream of (with the possible exceptions of Seattle and Atlanta, maybe Portland, maybe Toronto).
Levi’s Stadium christened its fourth NFL season Sunday afternoon, and the problems that have plagued the building since its opening in 2014 remain: hot weather, lousy football and empty seats.
The NFL’s Miami Dolphins are taking extra precautions to protect their home turf at Hard Rock Stadium from Hurricane Irma just months after the facility underwent major renovations.
Hurricane Irma continues to create uncertainty with the Miami Dolphins’ season opener against Tampa Bay. The NFL said in a statement Tuesday that the game won’t be played at 1 p.m. Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium, as originally scheduled.
The first game in Mercedes-Benz Stadium kicked off Saturday night without much grand-opening pomp and pageantry, without speeches from dignitaries. That was a reflection of how the Falcons organization approached the night – a dress rehearsal for bigger shows ahead.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are about to play their 20th season at Raymond James Stadium, and yet in many ways it feels like they’re walking into a brand new home.
This week in a preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals, the Atlanta Falcons will take the field for the first time in their new home: the $1.5 billion, 71,000-seat Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The European-style roof atop StubHub Center, made of a fabric designed to contain and reverberate crowd noise, was not in the original design plans for the $150-million stadium in Carson.