21. Soldier Field (Bears)
When the Rams stop playing in Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Soldier Field will go back to being the oldest stadium in the NFL. That history makes it an enticing place to visit, although it’s still considered one of the most disliked stadiums by fans. Even a renovation to the interior in 2002 feels a little outdated now. Those renovations also cost the stadium historic landmark status.
To be fair, it’s hard to beat Soldier Field’s location; it’s in the heart of Chicago, so it’s easy to get to and enjoy other parts of the city on game days. However, the stadium is old and small, and tickets are among the most expensive in the NFL, so it’s not necessarily worthwhile to visit for some fans.