American Football Conference

Updated August 28, 2020 | Infoplease Staff
Baltimore RavensM&T Bank StadiumBaltimore, Md.199870,107Grass
Buffalo BillsRalph Wilson StadiumOrchard Park, N.Y.197380,290Turf
Cincinnati BengalsPaul Brown StadiumCincinnati, Ohio2000 65,535Grass
Cleveland BrownsCleveland Browns StadiumCleveland, Ohio199973,200Grass
Denver BroncosINVESCO Field at Mile HighDenver, Colo.200176,125Grass
Houston TexansReliant StadiumHouston, Tex.200269,500Grass
Indianapolis Colts1RCA DomeIndianapolis, Ind.198456,127Turf
Jacksonville JaguarsALLTEL StadiumJacksonville, Fla.199573,000Grass
Kansas City ChiefsArrowhead StadiumKansas City, Mo.197279,451Grass
Miami DolphinsDolphin StadiumMiami Gardens, Fla.198775,540Grass
New England PatriotsGillette StadiumFoxboro, Mass.200268,000Grass
New York JetsMeadowland Stadium (Giants Stadium)E. Rutherford, N.J.197680,062Grass
Oakland RaidersMcAfee ColiseumOakland, Calif.196663,132Grass
Pittsburgh SteelersHeinz FieldPittsburgh, Pa.200164,450Grass
San Diego ChargersQualcomm StadiumSan Diego, Calif.196771,500Grass
Tennessee TitansThe ColiseumNashville, Tenn.199968,798Grass
1. Ground was broken in 2005 on the Colts' new home, Indiana Stadium, which will be ready for the 2008 season. A March 2006 announcement proclaimed the naming rights of the new field and its new name, Lucas Oil Stadium. The retractable roof multipurpose stadium will seat 63,000 for football and will also host the NCAA Final Four, seating 70,000.

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