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Cincinnati, OH

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The people of Cincinnati love their football. Paul Brown Stadium was built at taxpayers expense to house the Cincinnati Bengals of the NFL. Paul Brown Stadium was built to replace the aging Riverfront Stadium and give the Bengals a home of their own dedicated entirely to football. Opened in 2000 Paul Brown Stadium carries all the amenities NFL football fans have come to expect. The Bengals training complex and practice fields are nearby and fans are treated to private suites, video replays on either end of the field, and various options for food, including seat service and good open before the game.

While constructing a new stadium, Bengals fans haven’t forgotten their past. Fans began calling the old stadium the jungle after the Bengals ‘88 Super Bowl appearance and that nickname has carried over to Paul Brown Stadium. Those same fans are enjoying the present day Bengals team which features Pro Bowl quarterback Carson Palmer and a group of premiere wide receivers. The tradition of great football with Bengals NFL regular season games, NFL Playoff games, and Hall of fame players is sure to keep fans coming back to Paul Brown Stadium for a long time to come.