Which Stadium Has Hosted The Most Nfl Playoff Games?

If you’re a diehard football fan, you might be wondering which stadium has hosted the most NFL playoff games. The answer might surprise you.

Lambeau Field

Lambeau Field has hosted the most NFL playoff games with 32. The Green Bay Packers have played in the most NFL playoff games with 38.

Soldier Field

Soldier Field in Chicago has hosted the most NFL playoff games, with a total of 28. The stadium opened in 1924 and has been home to the Chicago Bears since 1971. It underwent a major renovation in 2003, and its capacity is now 61,500.

AT&T Stadium

Since it opened in 2009, AT&T Stadium has been one of the most popular venues in the NFL. The home of the Dallas Cowboys has hosted a total of 10 playoff games, including three NFC Championship Games and two Super Bowls.

Gillette Stadium

Formerly known as Foxboro Stadium, Gillette Stadium is the home of the New England Patriots. It has also served as the host venue for multiple Major League Soccer teams, the New England Revolution and the Boston Breakers. The stadium opened in 2002 and has a capacity of just over 66,000.

Gillette Stadium has played host to a total of 12 NFL playoff games since it opened in 2002, more than any other stadium. It has also hosted 5 Super Bowls, most recently in 2019.

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