National Football League venue construction/renovation costs by arena from 1992 to 2009 (in million U.S. dollars)*

NFL - venue renovation / construction costs 2009 This graph depicts the construction and renovation costs of National Football League venues that were either newly built or renovated from 1992 to 2009. Construction costs for the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, built in 1996, were about 247 million U.S. dollars.
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Venue construction costs in million U.S. dollars
Texas Stadium, 20091,150
Lucas Oil Stadium, 2008750
Soldier Field, 2003660
Lincoln Financial Field, 2003512
University of Phoenix Stadium, 2006455
Paul Brown Stadium, 2000453
Ford Field, 2002430
Arrowhead Stadium, 2009375
INVESCO Field at Mile High, 2001364.2
Qwest Field, 2002360
Reliant Stadium, 2002352
Gilette Stadium, 2002325
Cleveland Browns Stadium, 1999315
Lambeau Field, 2003295
LP Field, 1999292
Heinz Field, 2001281
Edward Jones Dome, 1995280
FedExField, 1997250.5
LandShark Stadium, 2007250
Bank of America Stadium, 1996247
M&T Bank Stadium, 1998229
Georgia Dome, 1992214
Louisiana Superdome, 2007210
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, 1996200
Raymond James Stadium, 1998168
Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, 1995130
Qualcomm Stadium, 199778
Ralph Wilson Stadium, 199963
Venue construction costs in million U.S. dollars
Texas Stadium, 20091,150
Lucas Oil Stadium, 2008750
Soldier Field, 2003660
Lincoln Financial Field, 2003512
University of Phoenix Stadium, 2006455
Paul Brown Stadium, 2000453
Ford Field, 2002430
Arrowhead Stadium, 2009375
INVESCO Field at Mile High, 2001364.2
Qwest Field, 2002360
Reliant Stadium, 2002352
Gilette Stadium, 2002325
Cleveland Browns Stadium, 1999315
Lambeau Field, 2003295
LP Field, 1999292
Heinz Field, 2001281
Edward Jones Dome, 1995280
FedExField, 1997250.5
LandShark Stadium, 2007250
Bank of America Stadium, 1996247
M&T Bank Stadium, 1998229
Georgia Dome, 1992214
Louisiana Superdome, 2007210
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, 1996200
Raymond James Stadium, 1998168
Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, 1995130
Qualcomm Stadium, 199778
Ralph Wilson Stadium, 199963
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This graph depicts the construction and renovation costs of National Football League venues that were either newly built or renovated from 1992 to 2009. Construction costs for the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, built in 1996, were about 247 million U.S. dollars.
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Release date
2009
Region
United States
Survey time period
1992 to 2009
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* All figures are estimates. The year given is the opening year of the facility. All venues were either newly constructed or renovated.
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