The Paul Brown Stadium is a relatively new outdoor site for the NFL, and it was established as a tribute to Cincinnati Bengal’s founder and coach—Paul Eugene Brown. Because of this, people came up with a lot of nicknames to call the stadium, but the most notable one is “The Jungle”. Further, it is the only NFL stadium recognized with a national AIA honor award, cementing its name as one of the United States’ 150 most beloved buildings.
After its opening on August 19, 2000, it immediately served as home for Bengal’s matches, administrative offices, and practicing facilities. It was convenient for the team as the stadium has a dynamic and deconstructive design to heighten the strength and speed of all players competing within its fields. For fans and visitors, it featured 104 private luxury boxed and 7,600 club seats. NFL events aside, it also host college footballs, concerts, and chess tournaments.
Home Team: Cincinnati Bengals