Everything in America is done on a grand scale, so why should their NFL stadia be any different? It's a sports-mad country, with every game hyped up to the level of a World Cup final, with thousands of fans, from the East to West coast pour in to watch their team in action every week. Unlike English football, there's the added incentive of being able to host the Super Bowl if you maintain a great stadium, or even build a new one entirely. There's a mixture of old and new, old-fashioned and high-tech, outdoor and indoor arenas, with some stadia ready-built to face the vast array of weather conditions that sweep across the USA. Some stadia are well-equipped for piling in as many people as possible, while others are geared towards give slightly fewer people a far better experience. A stadium can also lock down teams to one city, usually securing the team's future in that area for years to come, though the St. Louis Rams, San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders are all weighing up huge moves to Los Angeles, which will see at least one more stadium constructed on the West coast, depending on which team(s) win the battle. But for now, there are no brand new stadiums for the 2015 season, and all of the franchises are staying put, with many ploughing millions of dollars into improving their homes, so let's take a look at the full list of NFL stadia, taking all things into account about each piece of hallowed turf.
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