List of NFL stadium names (Updated 2022)

Some NFL stadium names have changed recently. Here's a list of all the up-to-date stadium name changes across the NFL.

It seems like every other year, NFL stadium names are changing. Most stadium name changes in the NFL are due to expiring sponsorship contracts or stadium sponsors acquiring companies and changing names. Names like Mile High and Arrowhead have corporate sponsors tied to them now, like Empower and GEHA, while some teams have stuck to tradition and kept their nostalgic names like Soldier and Lambeau Field, the latter sitting first in our NFL stadium rankings.

NFL stadium names

State Farm Stadium | Arizona Cardinals

  • Opened in 2006
  • 63,400 seating capacity
  • Located in Glendale, Arizona
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Cardinals Stadium (2006-2006)
    • University of Phoenix Stadium (2006-2018)
    • State Farm Stadium (2018-present)

Mercedes-Benz Stadium | Atlanta Falcons

  • Opened in 2017
  • 71,000 seating capacity
  • Located in Atlanta, Georgia

M&T Bank Stadium | Baltimore Ravens

  • Opened in 1998
  • 71,008 seating capacity
  • Located in Baltimore, Maryland
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Ravens Stadium at Camden Yards (1998-1999)
    • PSINet Stadium (1999-2002)
    • Ravens Stadium (2002-2003)
    • M&T Stadium (2003-present)

Highmark Stadium | Buffalo Bills

  • Opened in 1973
  • 71,608 seating capacity
  • Located in Orchard Park, New York
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Rich Stadium (1973-1997)
    • Ralph Wilson Stadium (1998-2015)
    • New Era Field (2016-2020)
    • Bills Stadium (2020-2021)
    • Highmark Stadium (2021-present)

Bank of America Stadium | Carolina Panthers

  • Opened in 1996
  • 75,523 seating capacity
  • Located in Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Ericsson Stadium (1996-2004)
    • Bank of America (2004-present)

Soldier Field | Chicago Bears

  • Opened in 1924
  • 75,523 seating capacity
  • Located in Chicago, Illinois
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Municipal Grant Park Stadium (1924-1925)
    • Soldier Field (1925-present)

Paul Brown Stadium | Cincinnati Bengals

  • Opened in 2000
  • 65,515 seating capacity
  • Located in Cincinnati, Ohio

First Energy Stadium | Cleveland Browns

  • Opened in 1999
  • 67,895 seating capacity
  • Located in Cleveland, Ohio
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Browns Stadium (1999-2013)
    • FirstEnergy Stadium (2013-present)

AT&T Stadium | Dallas Cowboys

  • Opened in 2009
  • 80,000 seating capacity
  • Located in Arlington, Texas

Empower Field at Mile High | Denver Broncos

  • Opened in 2001
  • 76,125 seating capacity
  • Located in Denver, Colorado
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Invesco Field (2001-2011)
    • Sports Authority Field (2011-2018)
    • Broncos Stadium (2018-2019)
    • Empower Field at Mile High (2019-present)

Ford Field | Detroit Lions

  • Opened in 2002
  • 65,000 seating capacity
  • Located in Detroit, Michigan

Lambeau Field | Green Bay Packers

  • Opened in 1957
  • 81,441 seating capacity
  • Located in Green Bay, Wisconsin

NRG Stadium | Houston Texans

  • Opened in 2002
  • 72,220 seating capacity
  • Located in Houston, Texas
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Reliant Stadium (2002-2014)
    • NRG Stadium (2014-present)

Lucas Oil Stadium | Indianapolis Colts

  • Opened in 2008
  • 67,000 seating capacity
  • Located in Indianapolis, Indiana

TIAA Bank Field | Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Opened in 1995
  • 69,132 seating capacity
  • Located in Jacksonville, Florida
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Jacksonville Municipal Stadium (1995-1997)
    • Alltel Stadium (1997-2006)
    • EverBank Field (2010-2018)
    • TIAA Bank Field (2018-present)

GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium | Kansas City Chiefs

  • Opened in 1972
  • 76,416 seating capacity
  • Located in Kansas City, Missouri
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Arrowhead Stadium (1972-2021)
    • GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium (2021-present)

Allegiant Stadium | Las Vegas Raiders

  • Opened in 2020
  • 65,000 seating capacity
  • Located in Paradise, Nevada

SoFi Stadium | Los Angeles Chargers & Los Angeles Rams

  • Opened in 2020
  • 70,240 seating capacity
  • Located in Inglewood, California

Hard Rock Stadium | Miami Dolphins

  • Opened in 1987
  • 65,326 seating capacity
  • Located in Miami Gardens, Florida
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Joe Robbie Stadium (1987-1996)
    • Pro Player Park (1996)
    • Pro Player Stadium (1996-2005)
    • Dolphins Stadium (2005-2006)
    • Dolphin Stadium (2006-2009)
    • Land Shark Stadium (2009-2010)
    • Sun Life Stadium (2010-2016)
    • New Miami Stadium (2016)
    • Hard Rock Stadium (2016-present)

U.S. Bank Stadium | Minnesota Vikings

  • Opened in 2016
  • 66,655 seating capacity
  • Located in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Gillette Stadium | New England Patriots

  • Opened in 2002
  • 66,829 seating capacity
  • Located in Foxborough, Massachusetts
  • Previous stadium names:
    • CMGI Field (2002)
    • Gillette Stadium (2002-present)

Caesars Superdome | New Orleans Saints

  • Opened in 1975
  • 73,208 seating capacity
  • Located in New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Louisiana Superdome (1975-2011)
    • Mercedes-Benz Superdome (2011-2021)
    • Caesars Superdome (2021-present)

MetLife Stadium | New York Giants & New York Jets

  • Opened in 2010
  • 82,500 seating capacity
  • Located in East Rutherford, New Jersey
  • Previous stadium names:
    • New Meadowlands Stadium (2010-2011)
    • MetLife Stadium (2011-present)

Lincoln Financial Field | Philadelphia Eagles

  • Opened in 2003
  • 69,596 seating capacity
  • Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Acrisure Stadium | Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Opened in 2001
  • 68,400 seating capacity
  • Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Heinz Field (2001-2022)
    • Acrisure Stadium (2022-present)

Levi’s Stadium | San Francisco 49ers

  • Opened in 2014
  • 68,500 seating capacity
  • Located in Santa Clara, California

Lumen Field | Seattle Seahawks

  • Opened in 2002
  • 69,000 seating capacity
  • Located in Seattle, Washington
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Seahawks Stadium (2002-2004)
    • Qwest Field (2004-2011)
    • CenturyLink Field (2011-2020)
    • Lumen Field (2020-present)

Raymond James Stadium | Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • Opened in 1998
  • 65,890 seating capacity
  • Located in Tampa, Florida

Nissan Stadium | Tennessee Titans

  • Opened in 1999
  • 69,143 seating capacity
  • Located in Nashville, Tennessee
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Adelphia Coliseum (1999-2002)
    • The Coliseum (2002-2006)
    • LP Field (2006-2015)
    • Nissan Stadium (2015-present)

FedExField | Washington Commanders

  • Opened in 1997
  • 82,000 seating capacity
  • Located in Landover, Maryland
  • Previous stadium names:
    • Jack Kent Cooke Stadium (1997-1999)
    • FedExField (1999-present)

Tyler Olson is a Senior Data and Content Analyst for Pro Football Network. You can read Tyler’s other work here and follow him on Twitter @TOlsonPFN.

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