Cleveland Browns Stadium-
Address: 100 Alfred Lerner Way,
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
Home of: Cleveland Browns (NFL)
Date opened: September 12, 1999
Cost: $283 million
Cleveland Browns Stadium is one of the few stadiums in the league
that hasn’t signed with a corporation to sell the naming
rights. The stadium is located at 100 Alfred Lerner Way, Cleveland, Ohio 44114 and was built in September 12, 1999 for the new franchise’s first
game. The stadium contains a natural grass surface and is owned
by the city of Cleveland. It cost the city $283 million, a number
that looks like a lot of money but was actually quite inexpensive
when compared to some other stadiums built around the same time.
The lack of construction costs was also passed onto the customers
in the form of lower season and individual ticket prices. Cleveland
Browns Stadium is located a mile from the airport which makes most
travel and lodging quite convenient. The stadium can hold 72,000
people and in four years, almost every game has been a complete
sell out. There are 8,600 club level seats available and the stadium
also boasts 151 luxury suites. The stadium offers individual and
season tickets, and also offers discounts to groups of 20 or larger.
The stadium is equipped with six first aid stations and also has
designated smoking sections.