In a league where you can’t get to the stadium without a ticket, a game in a new stadium is usually worth the price of admission.
So, in this list, we’ll be ranking the best NFL stadiums from a live-streaming perspective.
There’s a lot of interesting information to be gleaned from this list.
We’ll also look at how the stadiums compare in terms of TV ratings.
Here are the top 10 stadiums in the NFL:In the last few years, the NFL has expanded into new cities, which can make it hard to compare all of the stadiums across cities.
However, the average NFL stadium now stands at 1,834,738 square feet.
That’s just slightly less than the average NBA or NHL arena, which have 1,965,064 square feet of space.
The average NFL city currently has a population of more than 2.2 million, so this is a good indicator that cities are still being used as a destination for fans looking to watch their favorite teams play.
This list also shows the average size of the stadium, so we can compare that to the average TV ratings of the game.
It’s not all bad news for the average fan.
While the average number of fans at each game is not a very good indicator of the overall number of people watching the game, it’s certainly an indicator of where fans are in the country.
The average size and capacity of each NFL stadium is listed below.
We also have a map with the average ratings for each team in each city for comparison.
If you’re a fan of the Atlanta Falcons or the New York Giants, you’re probably familiar with the NFL’s “fans” section.
Fans can see how many seats each team has, and how many tickets they’re selling.
The Atlanta Falcons have a stadium that holds about 1,500 fans.
The Giants’ stadium holds about 2,200.
The teams are also listed in order of the most recent stadium they have, and their average seating capacity.