NFL Stadium Guides

Built in 1957 for $960,000 and named City Stadium, Lambeau Field is undergoing its ninth expansion and currently has a capacity of 73,142. AP Photo/David Stluka

Have you tailgated with the hardy souls in freezing temperatures at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis.? Or Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.? Or at new Soldier Field in Chicago?

Maybe you prefer your football indoors at Ford Field in Detroit or the Superdome in New Orleans?

Or maybe you can't decide, so you want both. Reliant Stadium in Houston, Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis and University of
Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., may be your destinations of choice as they have retractable roofs.

Regardless of where you want to put yourself -- in the Black Hole in Oakland, Calif., or a mile high in Denver -- for an NFL game, this should be your starting point. Our NFL Stadium Guides are designed to enhance your game-day experience.

Do you need to see from where you'll be watching the action? See the seating chart.

You don't have tickets? For goodness' sake, buy them now.

From the weather forecast to seating capacity, from directions to parking, from venue history to best options for public transportation, consider the NFL Stadium Guides your game-day tour guide.

And may the best team -- and best-prepared fans -- win.

And when it's all said and done, log your NFL experience on Sports Passport.