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5 Dream Destinations for NFL Fans

Sports fans who live and breathe football games will love the chance to explore different parts of the US where NFL teams operate.

Each of the following destinations offers the chance to enjoy some top football action together, while doing some NFL in game live betting and also enjoying sightseeing venues nearby.


People make more than 12 and a half million overnight trips to the Greater Pittsburgh region every year. The Golden Triangle is arguably the best place to get started in understanding this great city, which has a wealth of cultural attractions as well as excellent restaurants, bars, and clubs.

In terms of the football you can enjoy here, the Pittsburgh Steelers play out of Heinz Field and have one of the most passionate groups of supporters in the NFL. The stadium’s layout and position at the spot where three rivers all meet make it an interesting place to watch football, while their Great Hall is a terrific spot to check out some memorabilia.

Las Vegas

This is a city that needs little introduction for most people, yet it has been more widely known as a gambling and entertainment destination rather than for sports. The Oakland Raiders moved here in 2020, as they became the Las Vegas Raiders and gave us yet another reason to visit Sin City.

NFL fans will want to grab a ticket to see the Las Vegas Raiders at the Allegiant Stadium in Nevada. The fans here are rated among the best in sport, and they tend to make a lot of noise as well as dressing up in eye-catching outfits. They’re also renowned for having sets of fans in their original location of Oakland as well as in Las Vegas.

New Orleans

Concerts, parades, and unique food are among the big reasons why New Orleans remains one of the most thrilling travel destinations in America. Most first-time visitors head straight to the French Quarter, while traveling on a streetcar and sailing on the Mississippi River are other treats not to be missed.

The New Orleans Saints play their home games at Caesars Superdome and they won the Super Bowl, in their only appearance, which came in 2009. Expect to find a party atmosphere when the Saints are playing, with the easy walking distance from the famous Bourbon Street ensuring that everyone is in good spirits.


There are many reasons for visiting the incredible city of Seattle. With a huge number of annual festivals and numerous outdoor activities to enjoy, it’s easy to get caught up in the adventure of visiting this part of the country. There are lots of art galleries and the famous live music scene here too.

One thing you can be sure of when visiting Lumen Field for a game is plenty of noise. The Seahawks fans have twice broken the world record for the noise made by sports fans. You’ll also enjoy a spectacular view from this unique stadium.

Los Angeles

Whether you want to visit the beaches, head to Beverley Hills, or enjoy the nightlife, Los Angeles has something for everyone. Over 50 million people visit this area every year, and the tourism infrastructure is second to none. If you’re looking for somewhere to have an unforgettable and highly varied time, LA has it all.

When the time comes to watch some football, you can see the LA Chargers or the LA Rams play their home games at SoFi Stadium, meaning that you’ve twice as much chance of catching an NFL game here. The Super Bowl LVI game will also be played here in February, 2022.