FirstEnergy Stadium opened in September 1999 on the grounds of the former Municipal Stadium, where the original Browns played until they were relocated after the 1995 season to Baltimore to become the Ravens.
In 2010, the Browns honored their history by placing 16 Pro Football Hall of Famers -- including Paul Brown, Jim Brown, Otto Graham and Marion Motley -- in the Ring of Honor.
Called a crown jewel of the North Coast Harbor, FirstEnergy Stadium is located next to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum and the Great Lakes Science Center. The columns, beams and notches in its seating bowl make for a distinctive architectural design. In addition to the 8,754 club seats and 147 luxury suites, there are also 10,644 bleacher seats in the Dawg Pound.
-- Information from the Cleveland Browns media guide was used in this overview
100 Alfred Lerner Way Cleveland, OH 44114
From the south: Take I-71 North or I-77 North to the East Ninth Street exit. Take East Ninth Street North to the lake. The stadium will be on the left as you head north.
From the east: Take I-90 West to Route 2 West and the East 9th Street or West Third Street exit. The stadium will be on your right as you head west.
From the west: Take Route 2 East to the Lakeside Avenue exit and turn left onto West Third Street. The stadium will be straight ahead. (Directions are from the Browns team website.)
The Stadium does not offer private parking facilities. It is best to utilize the nearby Port of Cleveland Parking Lot. Pre-paid parking may be arranged through AMPCO System Parking at (216) 621-6600.
An RTA Station accesses the stadium on the southwest corner near the Cleveland Clinic Sports Health Gate. Information can be obtained by calling the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority at (216) 566-5100, or by visiting their website.