Fox Sports has identified the 10 best stadiums in the NFL and the 10 worst stadiums in a new list that has been compiled by the Associated Press.
The NFL has a strong tradition of identifying the 10 most popular stadiums.
Last year, the league ranked the 10 stadiums that best embody the NFL’s overall brand and its values.
The AP also released its own rankings of the stadiums that are the most diverse in terms of their fan demographics and stadium seating capacity.
The league’s stadiums are divided into the 10 biggest markets (the 10 largest markets in America) and the five least-populous (the smallest markets in the country).
The 10 stadiums most popular among fans in America include Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, the Astrodome in Houston, the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, Soldier Field in Chicago and Candlestick Park in San Francisco.
The 10 least-popular stadiums in America are the Superdome in New Orleans, the Candlesticker Park in Philadelphia and CenturyLink Field in Seattle.
The 10 most expensive stadiums are in Detroit and Miami.
The rankings were compiled by using an analysis of the top 50 U.S. cities and their per capita stadium-seat revenue.
The rankings were based on a 10-year average of stadium-capacity revenue per resident and revenue per capita.
For example, the top-ranked NFL stadium is Detroit, which has a $2,068 average per resident.
The second-ranked stadium is Cincinnati, which is $2.063 per resident, according to the AP rankings.
The NFL is expected to expand its stadium footprint with more new facilities in the future.