17. Lincoln Financial Field (Eagles)
There’s almost nothing about Lincoln Financial Field that feels fancy or high-end, but that’s part of what makes it perfect for the city of Philadelphia. Obviously, there are plenty of luxury boxes, but most fans will be in regular seats, likely braving the elements depending on the time of year.
The stadium opened in 2003, but the Eagles have done their part to keep it updated. There are some nice amenities, including vegetarian food options and enhanced Wifi inside the stadium. Also, Lincoln Financial Field has often been one of the most energy-efficient stadiums in the NFL. Overall, there’s a lot to like about a visit to “The Linc,” even if it’s not the best stadium in the NFL.