Since the 20th century, the TIAA Bank Field has been home to American football matches. Before it was renamed for the 2018 NFL season, the stadium has gone by several names: Alltell Stadium, Everbank Stadium, Jacksonville Municipal Stadium. It is located on the St. Johns River in a downtown area in Jacksonville, Florida.
All the Jacksonville Jaguars’ home matches in the stadium are always something to commemorate, but the match that cemented the TIAA Bank Stadium in NFL’s history was in 2005 where it hosted the Super Bowl XXXIX, featuring the New England Patriots defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 24–21 in front of 78,125 spectators, the largest Super Bowl in attendance since 1994. When it’s not hosting football matches, the stadium is open for college football, soccer, and concerts.
Home Team: Jacksonville Jaguars