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The Worst Stadium in (Almost) Every State To Watch Football

GOBankingRates Logo By Joel Anderson of GOBankingRates | Slide 1 of 51: Attending a football game in person can be a thrilling experience, from cheering along with tens of thousands of fellow football fanatics to enjoying some delightful (even if insanely overpriced) stadium food as you root for your favorite team. While America’s best stadium experiences can create lifelong memories, there also are plenty of locations where the adventure can be more than a little underwhelming. From bad facilities to even worse food to just a lack of decent seating, America’s worst football stadiums have a way of turning a weekend afternoon into a decidedly mediocre experience whether or not your team wins.
GOBankingRates compiled a list of the worst football stadiums in each state. Looking at every NCAA Division I and NFL stadium, the study used Google reviews to determine which stadiums got the least love by way of their average scores. And while the “worst” stadium in some states still might provide a pretty great time, others might make a lot of fans decide to stay home and catch the game on the tube.

Attending a football game in person can be a thrilling experience, from cheering along with tens of thousands of fellow football fanatics to enjoying some delightful (even if insanely overpriced) stadium food as you root for your favorite team. While America’s best stadium experiences can create lifelong memories, there also are plenty of locations where the adventure can be more than a little underwhelming. From bad facilities to even worse food to just a lack of decent seating, America’s worst football stadiums have a way of turning a weekend afternoon into a decidedly mediocre experience whether or not your team wins.

GOBankingRates compiled a list of the worst football stadiums in each state. Looking at every NCAA Division I and NFL stadium, the study used Google reviews to determine which stadiums got the least love by way of their average scores. And while the “worst” stadium in some states still might provide a pretty great time, others might make a lot of fans decide to stay home and catch the game on the tube.

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