For most people, the best part of fall is pumpkin (PSL, pumpkin pie, pumpkin candles, etc.), the gorgeous fall leaves, and of course, football season. If you’re a loyal NFL fan, traveling for your team is one of the sweetest ways to cheer them onto victory. And even if you’re not, there’s something for everyone at each of the best stadiums in the country. We put together a list of the top cities to travel to this fall for an NFL game, so pack your bags and get ready to celebrate your team in person. After all, they need you!
- New York – Fun fact: MetLife Stadium is the only NFL stadium shared by two clubs: the Giants and Jets. Stay in Secaucus to be close to the stadium and still be able to explore downtown.
- Los Angeles – LA is once again a football town, and you can catch the Rams in the LA Memorial Coliseum – the oldest and biggest stadium in the NFL. Get great rates on a downtown hotel…and you’ll only be a 15 minute drive to the game!
- Dallas – Catch America’s Team in the most state-of-the-art stadium in the NFL. And with the biggest video scoreboards in the world, there is no bad seat in the house.
- Seattle – You gotta hear it to believe it: CenturyLink Field is the loudest stadium in football. If your ears need a rest, take in the surrounding city and seaside port views from the stadium. Downtown Seattle and Pioneer Square are ideal neighborhoods for lodging, both within walking distance of the stadium.
- Indianapolis – Get to a game early to marvel at the architecture of Lucas Oil Stadium. Glass windows gives fans a view of downtown while the glass retractable roof allows fans to watch the game comfortably in any weather. Downtown Indianapolis will give you access to amazing food, drinks and get you close to the game.
- New Orleans – Two words: seafood nachos. The queso blend includes peppers, onions and jalapeños, topped with fresh Louisiana shrimp and crawfish.