Well, The question is about american football, and to me, that's football. Football is football because it's played with a football, soccer is soccer because it's played with a soccerball, hockey played with hockey puck, baseball played with a baseball, tennis played with a tennis ball, golf played with a golf ball, rugby played with a rugby ball, see the logic? According to british logic dodgeball should be handball, croquet should be long-handled hammerball, etc... See the flawed logic? There actually is a reason why americans don't refer to soccer as football, and it's not just to be different.
If by best you mean most expensive and modern, then the Cowboys have it, but if you mean by personal opinion, then most who know football will probably say the Packers do. Lambeau Field is a great experience.
The Redskins have the largest stadium, 73000 capacity. The Seahawks and Chiefs have unique stadiums that reverberate the sound, and Dallas has the newest, most money wasting stadium ever.
For me football means soccer, football should be played only by foot lol . So in my point of view the largest football stadium is Nou camp stadium of Barcelona , Spain. ;)
The question is about NFL football, not soccer. But I'm sure St. Andrews is nice just the same.
I think the Colts do... It is brand new and can be a dome or an outdoor stadium
Beaver Stadium is a college stadium, no pro team plays there.
In NFL = Beaver Stadium Pann State University.
Well, duh, Seattle Seahawks Qwest Stadium.
Football as in Soccer or NFL?
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As in NFL