Along with opportunities to advance your career in hospitality, jobs at NFL stadiums often come with team-related perks. Even if your team isn’t holding the Lombardi Trophy in February, it could still be the year you become part of the action on game-days this football season. 

Benefits of Working at a Stadium:

  • Get Paid to be Part of the Excitement
    You get to be part of the game-day experience – and sports history if you happened to be working when one of those magical moments happens.

  • Enjoy Special Perks 
    As an employee of a stadium, you are likely to get VIP perks including, meals and generous discounts.

  • Take Advantage of a Non-Traditional Schedule 
    Often career opportunities include seasonal and part-time positions which translate to shorter time commitments. With working hours typically on nights, weekends, and holidays, these jobs are perfect for students, teachers, and retirees, as well as for those looking to earn a second income.

  • Opportunities to Advance 
    With big foodservice operations come big opportunities to develop your leadership skills and get on the fast track advancing your career in hospitality. 

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Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City, MO)
Arrowhead Stadium primarily serves as the home venue for the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs, located in Kansas City, Missouri. It is part of the Truman Sports Complex with adjacent Kauffman Stadium, home of the MLB's Kansas City Royals and is also the most significant sports facility by capacity in the state of Missouri.

AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX)
AT&T Stadium is the home stadium for the NFL's Dallas Cowboys, Cotton Bowl Classic and the Big 12 Championship Game. The stadium, formerly known as Cowboys Stadium, has a retractable roof and is located in Arlington, TX.

Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, NC) 
Bank of America Stadium is the official stadium for the Carolina Packers of the NFL. It was formerly named Ericsson Stadium when it first opened in 1996, but was renamed to Bank of America Stadium after being purchased in 2004.

CenturyLink Field (Seattle, WA)
CenturyLink Field is the home field for the Seattle Seahawks of the NFL and MLS's Seattle Sounders FC. The multi-purpose stadium is a modern facility with views of the Downtown Seattle skyline. It has also held the Guinness World Record (twice) for loudest crowd roar at an outdoor stadium.

FedExField (Prince George's County, MD)
FedExField is the home of the Washington Redskins as well as the biggest DC concerts. It was named Jack Kent Cooke Stadium initially when it first opened in 1997 and is an American Football Stadium located near the Capital Beltway in Prince George's County, Maryland.

FirstEnergy Stadium (Cleveland, OH)
FirstEnergy Stadium is the home field of the Cleveland Browns, located on the shore of Lake Erie. Though the naming rights belong to FirstEnergy Corporation through 2029, the stadium itself is serviced by Cleveland Public Power.

Ford Field (Detroit, MI)
Ford Field is the home stadium for the Detroit Lions and is considered one of the NFL's most unique stadiums featuring 65,000 seats, lots of natural light not normally seen with a dome, and the entire southern wall of the stadium is the refurbished Hudson Warehouse. 

Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, MA)
Gillette Stadium is the home stadium and administrative offices for both the  NFL's New England Patriots and the MLS's New England Revolution. The stadium is located in Foxborough, MA and owned by The Kraft Group.

Hard Rock Stadium (Miami, FL)
Hard Rock Stadium is a multi-purpose football stadium and home of the NFL's Miami Dolphins. It is located in Miami Gardens and also hosts to the Miami Hurricanes football team during their regular season.

Heinz Field (Pittsburgh, PA)
Heinz Field is used primarily as the home for the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers and the NCAA's Pittsburgh Panthers. It opened in August 200 hosts numerous music and sports events yearly.

LA Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles, CA)
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is the home of the USC Trojans and the temporary home for the Los Angeles Rams, located in the Exposition Park, CA. As of 2020, the LA Rams will move into a new stadium with the LA Chargers, and the LA Memorial Coliseum will go back solely to USC.

Lambeau Field (Green Bay, WI)
Lambeau Field is the home stadium for the Super Bowl XLV champions, the Green Bay Packer, known as one of the last "small-town teams" in the NFL.

Levi's Stadium (San Francisco, CA)
Levi's Stadium is the home of the San Francisco 49ers and 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship. It is also one of the premier sports and entertainment venues in the world.

Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA)
Lincoln Financial Field is the home stadium for the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles, and the Temple Owls football team of Temple University. It is located in South Philadelphia and commonly referred to as "The Linc" by many locals.

Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN)
Lucas Oil Stadium is the home field of the NFL's Indianapolis Colts and opened in 2008. The state-of-the-art multi-purpose stadium replaced the RCA Dome and has a retractable roof that features spectacular views of the Indianapolis skyline.

M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD)
M&T Bank Stadium is the home stadium for Super Bowl XLVII champions Baltimore Ravens. The stadium, located in Baltimore, often referred to as "Ravens Stadium" is currently one of the most praised stadiums in the NFL for fan amenities, ease of access, concessions and other facilities.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta, GA)
Mercedes-Benz Stadium is the home to the NFL's Atlanta Falcons and MLS's United FC. It is also Atlanta's very own world-class sports and entertainment facility.

Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA)
Mercedes-Benz Superdome is the home venue of the NFL's New Orleans Saints, and college football's Sugar Bowl and New Orleans Bowl. The Superdome is a domed sports and exhibition venue located in the Central Business District which first opened in 1975.

MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ)
Metlife Stadium is the home stadium for the NFL's New York Giants and the New York Jets. Located in East Rutherford, NJ, eight miles outside of New York City.

Mile High Stadium (Denver, CO)
Mile High Stadium, currently named as Broncos Stadium at Mile High, is the home field for the Denver Broncos of the NFL. It opened with its new name in 2001 to replace Mile High Stadium, but is more commonly known as Mile High after its taxpaying citizens petitioned to keep its moniker.

New Era Field (Erie County, NY)
New Era Field is the home stadium for the Buffalo Bills of the NFL. It was formerly known as Ralph Wilson Stadium (and Rich Stadium before that) prior to being bought by before the New Era Cap Company.

Nissan Stadium (Nashville, TN)
Nissan Stadium is the home stadium for the NFL's Tennessee Titans. The stadium is also the site of the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl and used for large concerts, such as the CMA Music Festival nightly concerts

NRG Stadium (Houston, TX)
NRG Stadium is the home of the NFL's Houston Texans, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the Texas Bowl, and many of the US men's national soccer matches. The stadium, formerly named Reliant Stadium until 2014, is located in Houston, and served as the host facility for Super Bowls XXXVIII and LI, as well as WrestleMania XXV.

Paul Brown Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)
Paul Brown Stadium is the home venue of the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals and opened on August 2000. The outdoor football stadium is located in Cincinnati, OH and named after the Bengals' founder, Paul Brown.

Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, FL)
Raymond James Stadium, located in Tampa Bay, FL, is the home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the NFL, as well as the NCAA's South Florida Bulls football team. The stadium hosted Super Bowls XXXV and XLIII, as well as the 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship.

RingCentral Coliseum (Oakland, CA)
Home to the NFL's Oakland Raiders and Major League Baseball's Athletics; RingCentral Coliseum opened in 1966 and is the only remaining stadium in the United States that is shared by professional football and baseball teams

Soldier Field (Chicago, IL)
Soldier Field is the home field for the Chicago Bears of the NFL. It is also the third-smallest stadium in the NFL and was initially named Municipal Grant Park Stadium but changed to Soldier Field in 1925 to honor the veterans of World War I.

State Farm Stadium (Glendale, AZ)
State Farm Stadium, located in Glendale, is the home for the NFL's Arizona Cardinals and the annual Fiesta Bowl. Formerly known as Cardinals Stadium in 2006, then to University of Phoenix Stadium from 2016 through 2018 and now its current name, the stadium has hosted the Super Bowls XLII in 2008, XLIX in 2015, and will host Super Bowl LVII in 2023.

TIAA Bank Field (Jacksonville, FL)
Home to the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars, TIAA Bank Field is also regularly used for the Gator Bowl, concerts, and other events. In 2005, $47 million was spent upgrading the stadium for the Super Bowl which now has many amenities including 10,000 club seats, the Fan Entertainment Zone, Bud Light Party Zone, and Touchdown Clubs. 

U.S. Bank Stadium (Minneapolis, MN)
U.S. Bank Stadium is the home stadium for the NFL's Minnesota Vikings and hosts early season college baseball games for the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers. The stadium also hosted the Super Bowl LII in a match between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots for the 2017 season.