19. Levi’s Stadium (49ers)
For one of the newest stadiums in the NFL, Levi’s Stadium has a fair amount of flaws. For starters, it’s nowhere near San Francisco, forcing most fans who live by the Bay to make a long drive. Also, while most fans get seats in the lower level of the stadium, they are directly in the sun, which can get hot in Northern California, at least until sunset. Ticket prices are also among the most expensive in the NFL, so the crowd tends to be more corporate. It doesn’t help that luxury boxes are on the side of the stadium that stays out of the sun.
Despite a number of flaws, the stadium has been designed in an environmentally friendly way. It even has solar panels. It’s also possible for fans to order food on the stadium’s app and have it delivered to their seat, so clearly, Levi’s Stadium isn’t all bad.