8 miles outside of New York City, the MetLife Stadium sits atop the East Rutherford in New Jersey. Aside from being one of the biggest and most expensive sports venues, it’s also slowly becoming as one of the older stadiums in the NFL. Additionally, it is the only NFL stadium and facility in the United States shared by two clubs since the 2000s: the New York Giants and the New York Jets. The two teams decided to build one stadium to cater their matches, and it was twice the size of their old ones—the Shea Stadium and the Polo Grounds.
The stadium made its most significant mark in history when it hosted the Super Bowl XLVIII, the first time the championship was played in an open-air, cold-weather stadium. But aside from international football tournaments, it also hosts Wrestlemania, international soccer, college football, Jewish celebrations, Bollywood Oscars, and Academy Awards.
Home Team: New York Giants & New York Jets