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Sports venues have evolved beyond our wildest dreams. The most expensive sports stadiums in the United States utilize state-of-the-art technology to bring a once-in-a-lifetime experience to attendees.

Discover the five most expensive sports venues in America hosting the biggest events in the world.

MetLife Stadium ($1.6 Billion)


MetLife Stadium became the new home of the NFL’s New York Giants and Jets in 2010. Both teams previously played at the Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, before moving next door to their new state-of-the-art facility.

MetLife Stadium is an open-air stadium that seats 82,550, and it already hosted notable sporting events such as Super Bowl XLVIII, WrestleMania, and the Copa America Centenario Final.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium ($1.6 Billion)


As of 2019, Mercedes-Benz Stadium is the newest NFL stadium, and it houses the Atlanta Falcons. Mercedes-Benz is also the home of Atlanta United FC, and the facility opened its doors in 2017.

The stadium is best known for its retractable roof, which resembles a nest, and a video board that wraps around the top. For football events, the stadium can hold 77,430, while a soccer match can reach 73,019 attendees.

Allegiant Stadium ($1.84 Billion)


Allegiant Stadium will become the home of the Las Vegas Raiders when the stadium opens in 2020. The upcoming stadium features a breathtaking design, and it will have a clear ETFE roof and a natural grass field.

Construction on the site is still underway, but the stadium is near completion. It should be ready for the start of the 2020 NFL season.

Yankee Stadium ($2.3 Billion)


When the legendary New York Yankees moved into the impressive Yankee Stadium, it was the most expensive sports stadium in the U.S. at the time in 2009.

The new Yankee Stadium features state-of-the-art technology, but it still retains what made the old stadium special: the frieze on the roof and Monument Park in the outfield. Yankee Stadium is also home to MLS’ New York City FC and NCAA Football's Pinstripe Bowl.

SoFi Stadium ($4.963 Billion)


SoFi Stadium’s massive price tag of over $4 billion will play host to both the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers, in addition to Super Bowl LVI, the 2023 College Football Championship, and the 2028 Summer Olympics.

Like Allegiant Stadium, SoFi Stadium will feature an ETFE roof. SoFi Stadium is also said to expand up to over 100,000 seats for major sporting events.

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