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In the United States, nothing quite compares to good old-fashioned American football. Having originated as a modified version of rugby, football has catapulted to the forefront of the American sports world in the form of the NFL (National Football League). Home to some of the largest stadiums in US professional sports and thousands of incredibly loyal, ravenous fans, there's no shortage of excitement at an NFL game.

One of the best examples of this can be found at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field. You might guess that the 70,000-person seating capacity is what makes this stadium such a tough place to play, but you'd be wrong. The fans at Lincoln Financial are some of the rowdiest fans in the world. Philly fans are known for having frequent snowball fights (and sometimes fist fights), throwing trash onto the field and excessively heckling opposing players. Perhaps the most notorious incident took place in the late sixties, when Eagles fans booed Santa Claus and pelted him with snowballs as he danced around the field at halftime. For intense fan loyalty and enthusiasm, look no further than Lincoln Financial.

Now let's head down south to Arlington and Dallas Cowboys Stadium. Built by Jerry Jones in 2009, the home of the Dallas Cowboys is the largest stadium in the NFL with a capacity of 110,000. Not only that, "JerryWorld" is home to what was the largest 1080p HDTV in the world when it was built. Measuring 160 feet wide and 72 feet tall, it's tempting to watch the game on the screen rather than on the field. Everything's bigger in Texas, right? State-of-the-art Dallas Cowboys stadium has already been home to several major events like the NBA All-Star weekend, the Big 12 Championship and even Super Bowl XLV. For an NFL football viewing experience like no other, nothing beats Dallas Cowboys Stadium.

These are only two of the NFL's famous stadiums. With 32 teams in the league, there's plenty of venues to choose from, each with its own defining characteristic and appeal. Grab some NFL tickets now and get in on the action!