1. SoFi Stadium

Home Team(s): Los Angeles Rams & Chargers

Cost: $5.5 billion

Capacity: 70,000

The SoFi Stadium is a multipurpose entertainment arena and apart from hosting NFL matches it also hosted many concerts and is also set to host the 2023 College Football Championship and opening and closing ceremonies of the 2028 Olympics.

The stadium can seat 70,240 people and even expand seating upto 100,240 for major events. The construction cost is believed to be around $5 billion, making it the most expensive sporting arena in the world.

3. Allegiant Stadium

Capacity: 65,000 (expandable up to 71,835)

Cost: $1.9 billion

Owned by the Las Vegas Stadium authority, the Allegiant stadium was inaugurated in the same year as that of the SoFi Stadium.

The stadium is a domed stadium with 10 levels and is spread across 62 acres. The Raiders play on a retractable natural grass surface.

The natural grass is retracted as the University of Las

2. MetLife Stadium

Home Team(s): New York Giants & Jets

Cost: $1.6 billion

Capacity: 82,500

The MetLife Stadium was constructed in 2010 to replace the Giants Stadium and it is the only other stadium (apart from SoFi) that is the home stadium to two teams, the N.Y. Giants and the N.Y. Jets.

The teams hold equal ownership of the stadium, i.e. 50% each.

4. Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Capacity: 81,000

Cost: $1.5 billion

Hold on, this is not Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, La., the Mercedes-Benz Stadium replaced the Georgia Superdome as the home of the Atlanta Falcons in 2017.

It was the site of the Super Bowl in 2019, marking the first time that Atlanta hosted the event since 2000.

5. Yankee Stadium

Capacity: 50,000

Cost: $1.5 billion

Yankee Stadium is a baseball and soccer stadium located in the Bronx, New York City. It is the home field of the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball, and New York City FC of Major League Soccer.

6. Levi’s Stadium – $1.4 billion

7. U.S. Bank Stadium – $1.24 billion

8. Lucas Oil Stadium – $960 million

9. Ford Field – $950 million

10. Lincoln Financial Field – $940 million.