America's 15 Best Football Cities

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While baseball might be America’s favorite pastime, no sport draws crowds like football. Good food and amenities contribute to a great atmosphere at the field, but local traditions and fan support are the X factors that make attending a game special. To determine the best cities for football, WalletHub evaluated NFL and college teams, team performance, ticket price, fan friendliness, and stadium accessibility to come up with the ranking, from which we've selected our favorites. Whether you’re looking for a top-notch tailgating, a high-tech stadium, or just good ol' no-fuss football, these fifteen cities are top spots for pigskin fans.—Abbey Chase

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fatihin on October 3, 2016 at 12:44:28 AM EDT

handphone. Padahal, saat itu korban berada di sampingnya, tengah tertidur pulas."Saya mau berangkat ke Daftar Harga Besi Pipa Baja Schedule 80 Dari Distributor Pabrik Daftar Harga Atap Spandek Sni Dari Supplier Pabrik

fatihin on October 3, 2016 at 12:43:07 AM EDT

yang saat itu pintunya terbuka. Tanpa pikir panjang, Ali langsung merangsek masuk dan mengambil konstruksi bangunan bertingkat jasa konstruksi

rajacinta68 on September 28, 2016 at 4:16:30 AM EDT

untuk massa, divisi menampilkan organisasi memilih komponen yang besi siku eq menggabungkan sesuai dengan

backinthesaddle on September 27, 2016 at 2:43:23 PM EDT

quaybon, the photo for Denver is indeed in Denver. That's Washington Park lake/boathouse and the Denver skyline

quaybon on September 9, 2016 at 8:30:30 PM EDT

That's an old picture of Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati, isn't it?

quaybon on September 9, 2016 at 8:28:36 PM EDT

The Niners are no longer in San Francisco. They flipped the bird to the City and moved to Santa Clara, which is connected to San Jose, so, please, don't insult the people of San Francisco any more. Levis Stadium is so lame grass won't grow there. They should in no way be called the San Francisco 49ers anymore, but the South Bay 49ers.

quaybon on September 9, 2016 at 8:25:05 PM EDT

Denver is a great football city, but that picture is, I think, of The Broadmoor and the Colorado Springs skyline.

hangontite2000 on September 9, 2016 at 10:57:10 AM EDT

the problem with Dallas is that neither the Cowboys nor the Rangers actually play in Dallas, only the Mavericks and the Stars. football and baseball stadiums are in Arlington, TX.

wandered on September 8, 2016 at 10:53:10 AM EDT

Have you never been to Chicago? ?? Iconic Stadium that honors our Military AND Never became a corporate sellout. Beautiful lakefront and parks. Packed tailgate. Fans that actually support the team and never leave the stadium early...cold..wind...losing record. Whoever wrote this needs to re evaluate. I've been to see da Bears at half the NFL stadiums and a second look is needed. BTW ...Patriots stadium is in FOXBOROUGH and it is New England not Boston patriots.

coachv on August 14, 2015 at 2:15:41 PM EDT

No Houston? You must be kidding. Houston is the epicenter of the football world. You just created a bogus list.

rtleffty on August 14, 2015 at 10:06:34 AM EDT

You are soooo far off the mark! Good football cities (& towns) would be Ann Arbor, MI.; East Lansing, MI.; Columbus, Ohio; etc. America's best football is collegiate NOT pro ....

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