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Come along for an aerial tour courtesy FivePoint Vids as they survey every National Football League stadium from the smallest (LA Chargers’ Stubhub Center) to the largest (Giants and Jets’ Metlife Stadium) and discover their hidden gems…


Modern NFL stadiums are out of this world amazing. The technology, seating capacity, security and presentation of the gridiron truly are engineering marvels. Have a gander at every single venue, as the narrater adds a few tidbits you might not have known, and throws a little shade down on to the field.


The newest NFL stadium is Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, home to the Atlanta Falcons, which opened for the 2017 season. The recently completed sun roof is a sight to behold, and would undoubtedly meet with Alfred’s approval.

Another unmistakable feature of the new stadium is the giant metal sculpture of a falcon installed at the front entrance. Designed by Hungarian artist Gabor Miklos Szoke, the 73,000-pound, 41.5-foot tall statue is touted as the largest bird sculpture in the world.