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NFL Stadiums


The 49ers have one of the NFL's greatest dynasties with five Super Bowl championships in just 14 years, between 1981 and 1994, with four of those championships in the 80's.


The Bears have nine NFL Championships and have also recorded more regular season and overall victories than any other NFL franchise.


The Bengals' home stadium is Paul Brown Stadium. Their primary colors are orange and black and heir chief rivals are the Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers.


The Bills are the only team to win four consecutive conference championships and have featured many prominent and popular players, including Jack Kemp, Cookie Gilchrist, Bob Kalsu, O.J. Simpson, Bruce Smith, Jim Kelly, Thurman Thomas, and Andre Reed.


The Broncos have won two Super Bowls and six AFC Championships. The team leads the league with only six losing seasons during a 35-year span between now and their first Super Bowl appearance in 1977.


The Browns were founded in the 1940s, with Paul Brown, the team’s namesake and a pioneering figure in professional football, as its first coach.


The Buccaneers are the only team in the division not to come from the old NFC West. The Bucs, along with the Seattle Seahawks, joined the NFL in 1976 as an expansion team.


The Cardinals moved in 1960, after the NFL conducted a survey of St. Louis and concluded that it was capable of supporting a team. The league's 12 owners unanimously approved the Cardinals' move from Chicago.


The Chargers took one AFL title in 1963 and reached the AFL playoffs five times and the AFL Championship four times before joining the NFL in 1970.


The Chiefs were a successful franchise in the AFL during the 60's, winning three league championships (in 1962, 1966 and 1969) and having an all-time AFL record of 92–50–5.


The Colts moved to Indianapolis from Baltimore in 1984 and have since appeared in the playoffs fourteen times, with two conference championships.


The Cowboys national following might best be represented by its NFL record of consecutive home sell-outs. Their streak of 160 sold-out regular and post-season games began in 1990 and included 79 straight sellouts at their former home, Texas Stadium, and 81 straight sell-outs on the road.


The Dophins were home to quarterback Dan Marino, who became one of the most prolific passers in NFL history, breaking numerous league passing records. He led the Dolphins to five division titles, 10 playoff appearances, and Super Bowl XIX before retiring following the 1999 season.


The Eagles were established in 1933 as a replacement for the bankrupt Frankford Yellow Jackets after a syndicate led by future NFL commissioner Bert Bell purchased the rights to a Philadelphia franchise from the league.


The Falcons, under General Manager Thomas Dimitroff, Head Coach Mike Smith, and Quarterback Matt Ryan, have been one of the best franchises in the NFC. Since the start of the 2008 season, they have recorded four consecutive winning seasons for the first time in franchise history.


The Giants play their home games in East Rutherford, New Jersey at MetLife Stadium, which they share with the Jets. They are the only two teams that share a stadium.


The Jaguars have won two division championships and have made six playoff appearances.


The Jets were founded in 1959 named as the Titans of New York; later, the franchise joined the NFL in the AFL–NFL merger. The team began to play in 1960 at the Polo Grounds. Under new ownership, the current name was adopted in 1963.


The Lions have won four NFL Championships, the last in 1957, giving them the second-longest NFL championship drought behind the Arizona Cardinals.


The Green Bay Packers have won 13 league championships (more than any other team), including nine NFL championships prior to the Super Bowl era and four Super Bowl victories ('67, '68, '97 and 2011).


The Panthers joined the NFL as expansion teams in 1995. In their existence, they have compiled a record of 131–150, and appeared in Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston.


The Patriots became the second team in NFL history to win three Super Bowls in four years and the eighth to win consecutive Super Bowls.


The Raiders are widely known for their extensive fan base and distinctive team culture. Since 1960, the team has won fifteen division titles (three AFL and twelve NFL), three Super Bowls, four AFC titles (1976, 1980, 1983, and 2002) and an AFL Championship.


The Rams took three NFL Championships (two pre-merger, and one Super Bowl), and are the only NFL team to win championships in three different cities (Cleveland, Los Angeles, and St. Louis).


The Baltimore Ravens were named after a fan contest and began play in the 1996 season. The name was inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's poem The Raven, as Poe lived for a time in Baltimore, died there in 1849, and is buried there.


The Redskins were the first NFL team with an official marching band and also the first team to have a fight song, "Hail to the Redskins". They have also broken the NFL's mark for single-season attendance nine years in a row.


The Saints name is an allusion to November 1 being All Saints Day in the Catholic faith, New Orleans' large Catholic population, and the spiritual When the Saints Go Marching In, which is strongly associated with New Orleans.


The Seahawks joined the NFL in 1976 as an expansion team along with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Seattle is the only team to have played in the AFC (American Football Conference) and NFC Championship Games.


The Steelers were founded named as the Pittsburgh Pirates, by Art Rooney, taking its original name from the baseball team of the same name, as was common practice for NFL teams to do at the time. The ownership of the Steelers has remained within the Rooney family since its founding.


The Texans clinched their first playoff berth during the 2011 season as champions of the AFC South.


The Titans were the Houston Oilers until 2002, when they moved to to Nashville, Tennessee, where they are now the Tennessee Titans.


The Vikings have had one of the highest winning percentages in the NFL and are one of only six NFL teams to win at least 15 games during the regular season.

MLS Stadiums

PPL Park

PPL Park is an American soccer-specific stadium located in Chester, Pennsylvania that is home to the Philadelphia Union, a Major League Soccer club. Their first match at the stadium was played on June 27, 2010 when they defeated Seattle Sounders FC by a score of 3–1.

New York Red Bulls

Red Bull Arena is the home of the New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer and has a capacity of 25,189 spectators and is covered by a translucent roof that protects fans from the elements. The groundbreaking took place September 19, 2006.