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The NFL (National Football League) dominates the U.S. sports landscape every year from September to February. While most fans only get to see games on television, there are still hundreds of thousands who watch NFL games live every weekend. Our guide to hotels near NFL stadiums is the place to find places to stay for National Football League games. If you're planning a trip to watch your favorite football team play live, just click on the name of the team or their stadium to view a list of the closest hotels.
Unlike many Major League Baseball stadiums, most NFL stadiums are located away from city centers. That usually means having to drive to games - but that's just a good excuse to have a tailgate party before the game.
The newest stadiums in the NFL were built for the Dallas Cowboys (opened 2009) and the New York Jets and Giants (opened 2010). These state-of-the-art stadiums both cost well over $1 billion. The only change prior to the 2011 season was the renaming of the home of the Jets and Giants to MetLife Stadium.
No new stadiums were opened for the 2012 season. Construction began in 2012 on the new home of the San Francisco 49ers, Santa Clara Stadium. The $1 billion stadium, about 40 miles southeast of the team's current home at Candlestick Park, is scheduled to be ready in 2014.