20. Gillette Stadium (Patriots)
It’s hard to find too many negatives in a stadium that’s always sold out and provides a great home-field advantage, largely because the home team is always one of the best in the NFL. The atmosphere is always top-notch, which can make any stadium a great place to watch a game.
However, take away all of that winning and Gillette Stadium is far from perfect. For starters, all of that winning and those sold-out games mean that tickets are expensive and hard to get. Also, while the team did a great job of creating and building up Patriot Place so there are some food and entertainment options near Gillette Stadium, it’s still located quite a ways outside of Boston, where most Patriots fans live. There’s also not that much going on in terms of amenities at the stadium that make it stand out from some of the new facilities around the NFL.