What Football Stadiums are Most Dangerous in the U.S.?
If you are a fan of an opposing team, best to stay away from Lincoln Financial Field, home of the Philadelphia Eagles.
The stadium ranked first as the stadium fans don’t feel “comfortable visiting as an opposing fan,” according to a survey by Sportsbook Review. Ranking second in that category is Cleveland Browns Stadium (Cleveland Stadium), followed by Soldier Field (Chicago Bears), AT&T Stadium (Dallas Cowboys), and Allegiant Stadium (Las Vegas Raiders).
The Denver Broncos’ stadium –Empower Field at Mile High– was named the most dangerous with 70 crimes per 1,000 residents in the zip code where the stadium is located. Ranking in second place is Lumen Field (Seattle Seahawks), Ford Field (Detroit Lions), U.S. Bank Stadium (Minnesota Vikings-sorry, Cane!), and Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City Chiefs-although it looked safe for Taylor Swift!).
As for stadiums with fans witnessing crimes, Eagles are #1 again, followed by AT&T Stadium with the Dallas Cowboys’ stadium second, followed by Gillette Stadium (New England Patriots), MetLife Stadium where the New York Giants and New York Jets play and the Browns.
As for becoming a victim of crime, the Cowboys’ stadium ranks first, followed by MetLife Stadium, Lincoln Financial Field, Fedex Field (Washington Commanders) Lumen Field (Seattle Seahawks).