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Arizona

Arizona is used for American national football, by one of the top teams in the league. The University of Phoenix Stadium has the first retractable playing surface, allowing the field to move outside.

Atlanta

Atlanta is used for American national football, by one of the top teams in the league. Hosted the 2019 Super Bowl, is home to one of the top MLS teams and hosts College Gridiron matches too.

Atlanta Old

Atlanta is used for regular American national football, by one of the top teams. The Georgia Dome is also used by the Georgia state American national football team and hosts football matches too.

Baltimore

Baltimore is used for American national football, by one of the top teams in the league. The M & T Bank Stadium has hosted the annual Army ' Navy national football game on several occasions.

Buffalo

Buffalo is used for American national football, by one of the top teams in the league. The Ralph Wilson Stadium was renamed in 1998 after stadium founder and who is a Pro Football Hall of Famer.

Carolina

Carolina is used for American national football, by one of the top teams in the league. The Bank of America Stadium hosted the 2000 and 1999 Men's Football Championship and 2001 Concacaf Gold Cup.

Chicago

Chicago is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Soldier Field celebrates 90 years of operation, in 1994 it hosted several football World Cup matches.

Cincinnati

Cincinnati is used for American national football, by one of the top teams in the league. The Paul Brown Stadium is used by the Cincinnati University American football team, named after the founder.

Clemson College

Clemson College, is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in college football. Clemson Memorial Stadium is popularly known as Death Valley, won the 2016 Bowl.

Cleveland

Cleveland is used for regular American national football, by one of the top teams. The First Energy Stadium serves other events such as college national football, International football and concerts.

Dallas

Dallas is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The AT & T Stadium t has the world's largest column-free interior and the 4th largest hd screen.

Denver

Denver is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams. The Sports Authority Field Stadium has been used for MLS and major league Lacrosse team and the University's football team.

Detroit

Detroit is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Ford Field Stadium is owned by the famous car company's family, it hosted the 2006 Super Bowl.

Green Bay

Green Bay is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Lambeau Field Stadium is named after the founder, who then played and became coach for 31 seasons.

Houston

Houston is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The NRG Stadium hosted the Super Bowl Final in 2017 and 2004 and annually hosts a major Rodeo event.

Indianapolis

Indianapolis is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Lucas Oil Stadium hosted the 2012 Super Bowl 2012, the stadium features a retractable roof. Capacity = 62,421 ' Constructed 2008 ' (Indianapolis Colts) ' Lucas Oil Stadium

Jacksonville

Jacksonville is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Everbank Field Stadium hosted the 2005 Super Bowl, annually hosts the Florida-Georgia game.

Kansas City

Kansas City is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Arrowhead Stadium hosted the now defunct MLS team, the Kansas City Wizards for 11 years.

Los Angeles

Los Angeles is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum previously hosted the 1984 and 1932 Summer Olympics.

Los Angeles College

Los Angeles College is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in college football. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, hosted the 1984 and 1932 Summer Olympics.

Miami

Miami is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Hard Rock Stadium is used by the Miami University American football team, was used for baseball.

Miami College

Miami College is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in college football. Hard Rock Stadium is used by the Miami Dolphins football team and previously baseball.

Minnesota

Minnesota is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The US Bank Stadium is a state of the art that opened in 2016, is hosting the 2018 Super Bowl.

Minnesota Old

Minnesota Old was used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams. The Hubert H Humphrey Metrodome staged the 1992 Super Bowl, the 1991 and 1987 World Series Baseball.

New England

New England is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Gillette Stadium hosts a top MLS soccer team and has staged 3 Men's Lacrosse Championships.

New Orleans

New Orleans is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Mercedes Benz Superdome gained fame, for sheltering thousands after Hurricane Katrina stuck.

New York North

New York is used for American national football matches, by not one but two top teams in the league, like its predecessor, the Giants Stadium. The Met Life Stadium hosted the 2014 Super Bowl.

New York South

New York is used for American national football matches, by not one but two top teams in the league, like its predecessor, the Giants Stadium. The Met Life Stadium hosted the 2014 Super Bowl.

Oakland

Oakland is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Alameda County Coliseum is used for regular Major League Baseball, by one of the top teams.

Philadelphia

Philadelphia is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Lincoln Financial Field Stadium hosts several football matches and staged the Lacrosse National Championship.

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Heinz Field Stadium is also used by the Pittsburgh University American national football team.

Pittsburgh College

Pittsburgh College is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in college football. The Heinz Field Stadium is used by the Pittsburgh Steelers, national football team.

San Diego

San Diego is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Qualcomm Stadium has hosted 3 Super Bowls in 2003, 1998 and 1988 and 2 Baseball World Series.

San Francisco

San Francisco is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Levis Stadium is 38 miles from San Francisco it's home city, it hosted the 2016 Super Bowl.

San Francisco College

San Francisco College is used for National Football matches, by one of the top teams in the college. The Levi Stadium plays host to a top Gridiron team, located near San Francisco held the 2016 Super Bowl.

San Francisco Old

San Francisco Old was used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league until 2014. Candle Stick Park is most famous for hosting the last ever Beatles concert, in 1966.

Seattle

Seattle is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The CenturyLink Field was the first in American football to use artificial grass, is used for regular MLS games.

South Florida College

San Francisco College is used for National Football matches, by one of the top teams in the college. The Levi Stadium plays host to a top Gridiron team, located near San Francisco held the 2016 Super Bowl.

St Louis

St Louis was used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Edward Jones Dome hosted a famous football match in 2013 between Real Madrid and Inter Milan.

Tampa Bay

Tampa Bay is used for American national football matches, by one of the top teams in the league. The Raymond James Stadium hosted the 2009 and 2001 Super Bowls, hosts show jumping events.

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