The New Orleans Saints have a long history of hosting bowl games.
Here are five things you need to know about each.
The Saints’ St. Rose of Lima Bowl The Saints played its first bowl game in 1960 when they defeated the New York Giants 23-0.
In 1962, the Saints hosted a national championship game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Denver Broncos, but the game was cancelled due to bad weather.
The Super Bowl was played in New Orleans in 1978.
The stadium was renovated in 2013 and has been used for bowl games since the 1980s.
It was built to host the annual Pro Bowl in 2017 and is now home to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The Cotton Bowl The Cotton Dome is one of the most famous football venues in the world.
It hosted the 2017 Super Bowl and the Super Bowl XLVII.
It also hosts the annual NFL All-Star Game.
The Dome hosted the Superdome’s first bowl in 1991 and was renovated for the 2017 Pro Bowl.
The Mercedes-Benz Superdrome The Mercedes Benz Superdrom is home to NFL’s All-Time leading rusher, Ray Lewis.
The Falcons were one of only three teams to make the playoffs in each of the past four years, and Lewis led the NFL in rushing in both the 2016 season and 2017.
Lewis is also the only player to record 10,000 career rushing yards in each season.
The NFL’s most iconic stadium also hosts Super Bowls in both 2018 and 2020.
MetLife Stadium The stadium is located in East Rutherford, New Jersey and is home of the New Jersey Devils and the New England Patriots.
It hosts the Superbowls in 2018 and 2019.
NRG Stadium NRG, the new stadium for the Houston Texans, is the home of NRG Sports, the world’s largest live sports broadcasting company.
It is the biggest in the U.S. and the second-largest in the United Kingdom.
The new stadium is scheduled to open in 2019.
Here’s how to plan your trip to the best stadium for your NFL game.
NR G Stadium NR G has hosted four of the NFL’s five Super Bowl championship games, and the stadium is also home to a Super Bowl-winning Super Bowl team.
The home team for the Patriots and Chargers last year, the NR G opened in 2013, which is a full two years after it was built.
NR g Stadium was built by the New Orleans Pelicans, and it has hosted five Superbowl games.
The seats at NR G are among the most expensive in the NFL, and they cost $10,000 per seat.
NR is home for Super Bowl 50, the first Super Bowl since 2007.
AT&T Stadium AT&T Stadium is the second largest stadium in the country, and host the Super-Bowl.
It opened in 2018, and is a six-year renovation.
The Texas-sized stadium is home only to the Dallas Cowboys.
The $5.5 billion stadium has a capacity of 52,000.
Bankers Life Fieldhouse The Bankers Club is the largest college football stadium in America, and hosts the College Football Playoff championship game.
The venue is built on land that was formerly the site of the Kansas Capitol and is also a member of the National Association of Stadiums (NASSA).
Bankers’ Life Field is the first professional football stadium built on a public park.
It has been home to seven Super Bowl champions, and one is the most decorated player to ever play the game.
Qualcomm Stadium Qualcomm Stadium was completed in 2014 and is the third largest stadium.
The seat locations for NFL teams are limited, but most teams can expect a full-scale game to be played on the fields of Qualcomm Stadium.
FedEx Field The FedEx Field is home the Washington Redskins and hosts Super-Ascending NFL quarterback Kirk Cousins.
The FedEx is a massive venue, and tickets are available for football games for the first time ever.
It seats around 10,500 people.