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Get in the game with a group tour of these standout stadiums

When the weather starts to cool and the leaves change colors, it means fall is on the way. The changing season brings many exciting events with it, and perhaps none are more heavily anticipated than football. Get into the spirit with your favorite travel group while visiting some of the most iconic stadiums in the history of the sport. Your group will get a look at the cities the teams call home and the incredible buildings that house fans and athletes alike. This coming season marks the 100th anniversary of the NFL, so now is the perfect time to plan a visit for your group.


West Point — West Point, New York
Consistently ranked as one of the best football stadiums in the country, West Point’s Michie Stadium should be at the top of your list to see, especially in the fall. On the banks of the Hudson River, the gothic architecture of the stadium stands out against the landscape. Your group will love touring the historic place that is West Point, especially the stadium where football has been played for almost a century. Take your trip late in the season for the ever-popular Army v. Navy game and be a part of history.

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University of Michigan — Ann Arbor, Michigan
The ‘Big House’ should be on everyone’s stadium tour bucket list. With consistent record-breaking crowds since it was opened in 1927, it’s a must-see for any football fan. Due to the swampy land, the stadium is an architectural marvel. Your group will learn much about the history of the University and the significance of its construction on a guided tour. There is plenty to see in Ann Arbor as well that will satisfy every type of explorer.

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AT&T Stadium — Arlington, Texas
America’s team has a home for kings at their $1.2 billion stadium that opened in 2009. Though it’s been 10 years, it still stands apart as a venue worth visiting. Take your group for a VIP tour and see how every inch of the stadium is a front-row seat. Seeing the world’s largest domed structure is sure to impress everyone in your group. In the heart of Arlington Texas’ Entertainment District, there is plenty to fill your trip. See a Rangers game, ride a roller coaster at Six Flags over Texas, or cool off at Hurricane Harbor. Arlington is a great place for your group to stay.

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Lucas Oil Stadium — Indianapolis, Indiana
Football is America’s favorite sport, and that is very clear in the heart of the Midwest. The House that Manning built in Indianapolis is a perfect location for your group to get an up-close look at the state of the art design and retractable roof, among other features. Indianapolis has been actively pushing to promote walkability in the city. Through the Main Street Revitalization Program and numerous streetscaping efforts, it’s easier and more enjoyable to navigate downtown Indianapolis. Get your group together to explore this all-American city on foot for a trip you won’t soon forget.

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Heinz Field — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
The history of the sport wouldn’t be the same without the Pittsburgh Steelers. Six-time Super Bowl champions and one of the oldest teams in the sport makes their stadium a desirable destination. Located on Three Rivers, you there is plenty for your group to experience in Pittsburgh. The highlight of your trip will be your backstage tour of Heinz Field. You’ll receive the ultimate fan experience in the home of the Terrible Towel as you walk where legends have played.

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Lambeau Field — Green Bay, Wisconsin
Every city with a professional team is proud of them and the stadium in which they play. Green Bay has taken that to a new level, as the citizens are actually owners of the team. That’s one way to make sure everyone supports them! Bring your group to see what makes Wisconsin so proud off this team at Lambeau Field. Early fall is a great time of year to see the leaves change colors, or come later in the season to experience a snow game.

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Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park
You and your group may not be able to visit this fall, but you can certainly look forward to the newest stadium in the NFL. As part of their move to L.A., the Rams negotiated for a brand new stadium that is due to open in 2020. It’s sure to be a showstopper and worth a visit.

You don’t have to be a fan of these teams to appreciate the architectural and scenic beauty of the stadiums in which they play. If you have another iconic stadium in mind, Trailways will help your group get there. This fall, cross a few of them off your bucket list with a group trip. Trailways will help you get where you want to be.

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