Home Stadiums of the Cincinnati Bengals
Construction of the Bengals’ current stadium began in April of 1998 and opened in August of 2000 and cost a total of 455 million dollars. The stadium can hold over 65 thousand people and is all turf. This was the first NFL stadium to win an architecture award and is the only football stadium to be on America’s Favorite 150 buildings as the 101st building. The only sports venues to be ranked higher than Paul Brown Stadium is Wrigley Field and Yankee Stadium. Before Paul Brown Stadium was created, or even planned, the Bengals played at Riverfront Stadium where they shared the field with the Cincinnati Reds.