26. FirstEnergy Stadium (Browns)
Many have called FirstEnergy Stadium the “Factory of Sadness,” which I’ve actually seen written on the walls of a bathroom inside the stadium. It’s considered one of the worst home fields in the NFL, although that has a lot more to do with the Browns being terrible than the stadium or its fans. After all, the Dawg Pound still brings the noise and the ruckus on a regular basis.
The location of FirstEnergy Stadium is not too bad. It’s right next to Lake Erie and close to the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame and other downtown Cleveland attractions. But the stadium itself is outdated and gets cold in the fall with winds coming off the lake. On the bright side, tickets to see the lowly Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium are usually cheap.