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Without question the NFL has some of the best stadiums in the world, not just due to their large capacities but because of the atmosphere and incredible sights that they offer.

Both the San Francisco 49ers and Minnesota Vikings left their stadiums at the end of the 2013 NFL season to move to bigger, better stadiums leaving a lot of history behind them.

The Super Bowl is always held at one of these incredible sites and often the venues are hired out for other major sporting and entertainment events.

Ford Field, the MetLife Stadium and the Sun Life Stadium have played host to pro wrestling's biggest event in WrestleMania, while the Pittsburgh Steelers home, Heinz Field was the setting of the infamous explosion scene in the 2012 epic The Dark Knight Rises.

While Arizona has been chosen as the destination for Super Bowl XLIX next year with the Cardinal's impressive University of Arizona Stadium as the host venue many other fantastic stadiums were in the running to host the biggest event in American Football such as the Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead stadium.

So here's a run through of the ten best stadiums in the NFL at the moment, not just chosen for their large capacity, but for the incredible sights on offer.

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Miami Dolphins
New York Giants
New York Jets
Washington Redskins
Dallas Cowboys
Denver Broncos
Houston Texans
New Orleans Saints
Seattle Seahawks
Kansas City Chiefs

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