Many of today’s NFL stadiums are architectural masterpieces. On top of their outstanding design, these stadiums feature the type of amenities and technology that should come with their billion dollar price tags. NFL fans should try their hardest to visit these venues for a game.
On the other end, fans should absolutely avoid some NFL stadiums at all costs. These venues are comparatively run down; they offer poor views in certain areas; their technology is outdated; and most of them just have an overall lackluster gameday atmosphere. Here is our take on the seven worst stadiums in the NFL today (in no particular order).
1. Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum – Oakland Raiders
Simply put: The Raiders are moving to Las Vegas for a reason. They are still forced to share this facility with the Oakland Athletics for the first couple months of every season. And at the end of the day, the Oakland Coliseum’s configuration is a better fit for baseball.
On top of the whole shared stadium issue, Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum is just flat-out run-down and outdated. Some seats offer poor views; the luxury boxes and club levels are among the worst in the league; and to top it all off, it’s located in a less-than-desirable part of the Bay Area.
This stadium is, in our eyes, the worst venue in the NFL today.