The Top 10 Visiting Fans Stadiums in the NFL

The Top 10 Visiting Fans Stadiums in the NFL ...

Over the July 4, 2022 weekend, Americans were out for two summers in a row of epidemic-related travel restrictions.

Between Friday and the holiday on Monday, about 8.8 million people passed through TSA checkpoints, compared to 7.9 million in 2021. Just 2.6 million people travelled in the same period in2020.

Considering that airlines have collectively canceled more than 2,200 flights in the United States since Thursday, this year's numbers did not reach the more than 10 million air travelers who travelled pre-pandemic in 2019.

Despite gasoline prices that have hovered at $5 per gallon, AAA forecasts that 47.9 million Americans traveled 50 miles or more from home over the holiday weekend.

According to GasBuddy data, the national average began the week at $4.87 per gallon, before rising to $5.05 per gallon for regular unleaded gas.

When Americans travel with their home teams during the summer season, they transfer their love of traveling to the NFL season.

NFL Fans who travel

When a football team travels abroad, the supporters of a few NFL teams are known.

According to a 2018 Ticketmaster survey, about 30% of NFL followers would travel 100+ miles to see their team in action.

In visiting team stadiums waving their terrible yellow towels, the Pittsburgh Steelers fan base is probably the most visible. Green Bay Packers fans are also known to travel well.

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The Dallas Cowboys are always one of the most popular teams in the country, and their supporters are everywhere, like a termite invasion.

According to a 2019 Ticketmaster survey, an NFL fan travels an average of 296 miles to see a game.

Los Angeles Rams fans traveled the most for games, with an average of 483 miles, while New England Patriots fans were second, traveling an average of 444 miles.

Fans of team spirit are one thing, but when it comes to attending an away event, they must pay attention to the city they will be visiting as well as the area around the stadium.

Top NFL Cities to Visit

Every website from ApartmentGuide.com to Bleacher Report has a list of the top NFL cities to visit.

While there are dozens of different lists, there are certain towns and experiences that show up in the majority of top-5s.

Due to the food and culture of the city that hosts the team and the stadium itself, the New Orleans Saints and the Superdome are often one of the top-rated destinations.

Due to the history and atmosphere at Lambeau Field, the Green Bay Packers' home, is another bucket list NFL city attraction.

The new Allegiant Stadium on The Strip in Las Vegas has been rated the top NFL destination by the Las Vegas Review Journal. But biases aside, having the NFL right on the Las Vegas Strip is something that cannot be duplicated anywhere else in the world.

New Orleans, the Tennessee Titans stadium in Nashville, Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, and Soldier Field in Chicago round out the top five for the Review Journal.

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