Jerry Jones isn’t the only owner with a new palace . . .

This is a list of stadiums that have been constructed (with the year the team first moved in), as well as a list of stadiums that have undergone extensive renovations totaling more than $250 million (with the year the renovations were completed). In all, 18 teams have brand new stadiums, while four have extensively renovated. The only new stadium currently in the works is the new 49ers stadium in Santa Clara, tentatively set to begin construction in 2012 to open in time for the 2014 season.

SINCE 1995

New Stadiums
Arizona Cardinals – University of Phoenix Stadium (2006)
Baltimore Ravens – M&T Bank Stadium (1998)
Carolina Panthers – Bank of America Stadium (1996)
Cincinnati Bengals – Paul Brown Stadium (2000)
Cleveland Browns – Cleveland Browns Stadium (1999)
Dallas Cowboys – Cowboys Stadium (2009)
Denver Broncos – Invesco Field at Mile High (2001)
Detroit Lions – Ford Field (2002)
Houston Texans – Reliant Stadium (2002)
Indianapolis Colts – Lucas Oil Stadium (2008)
New England Patriots – Gillette Stadium (2002)
New York Giants/New York Jets – New Giants Stadium (2010)
Philadelphia Eagles – Lincoln Financial Field (2003)
Pittsburgh Steelers – Heinz Field (2001)
Seattle Seahawks – Qwest Field (2002)
Tennessee Titans – LP Field (1999)
Washington Redskins – FedExField (1997)

Renovated Stadiums
Chicago Bears – Soldier Field (2003)
Green Bay Packers – Lambeau Field (2003)
Kansas City Chiefs – Arrowhead Stadium (2010)
New Orleans Saints – Louisiana Superdome (2010)

Old Stadiums
Atlanta Falcons – Georgia Dome (1992)
Buffalo Bills – Ralph Wilson Stadium (1973)
St. Louis Rams – Edward Jones Dome (1995)
Jacksonville Jaguars – Jacksonville Municipal Stadium (1995)
Miami Dolphins – Sun Life Stadium* (1987)
Minnesota Vikings – Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome* (1982)
Oakland Raiders – Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum* (1966)
San Diego Chargers – Qualcomm Stadium* (1967)
San Francisco 49ers – Candlestick Park* (1960)

Multipurpose Venues:
*The Miami Dolphins will share Sun Life Stadium with the Marlins until 2011
*The Minnesota Vikings shared the Metrodome with the Twins from 1982-2009
*The Oakland Raiders currently share the Coliseum with the Athletics
*The San Diego Chargers shared Qualcomm Stadium with the Padres from 1969-2003
*The San Francisco 49ers shared Candlestick with the Giants from 1971-1999

—Dennis Bateman

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