MetLife Stadium, located in East Rutherford, NJ, is the home of the New York Jets and New York Football Giants. It is one of the largest stadiums in the NFL with a capacity of 82,500. MetLife Stadium hosts the world's biggest events on the world's biggest stage and will serve as a host stadium for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. MetLife Stadium has hosted over 550 major events and 3,000 special events. Event highlights include the first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl XLVIII, WrestleMania 29 and 35, the Copa America Centenario Final, the 2021 Army-Navy Game, and many concerts, college football games, and international soccer matches.
MetLife Stadium has been named “Highest Grossing Stadium of the Year” 9 times by Billboard and “2017 Venue of the Year” by StadiumBusiness.
In 2021, MetLife Stadium became the first NFL Stadium to join the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change's Sports for Climate Action Framework, which aims to achieve global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions goals.
MetLife Stadium was the first NFL stadium to receive SAFETY Act certification by the US Department of Homeland Security in 2013 and has ranked No. 1 for Safety by Security magazine’s “Security 500” in the Spectator Sports Facility division for 9 straight years.
MetLife Stadium Fast Facts
Cost: $1.6 billion
Venue Size: 2.1 million square feet
Capacity: 82,500 capability for football and soccer; 50,000 for most concerts
Suites: 200+ on four separate levels; 16-24 seats per suite
Suite Designer: David Rockwell Group
Club Seating Capacity: Over 10,000 seats
Clubs: EY Coaches Club, Corona Beach Club, West Mezzanine Club, Commissioners Club and the MetLife 50 Club
Architects: 360 Architects, Ewing Cole, David Rockwell and Bruce Mau Designs
Food Service & Merchandise Partner: Delaware North