Top 15 Most Instagrammable NFL Stadiums: Broncos Rank High

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Tucked inside the concrete confines of Denver, there’s an NFL stadium that offers fans fantastic views of the Front Range to the west and the cityscape of a bustling metropolis to the east.  

That stadium is the Denver Broncos’ Empower Field at Mile High Stadium, which has stood on the grounds of the old Mile High Stadium since 2001, when the 76,125-seat facility opened its doors to the public.  

That location in the heart of Colorado’s capital netted the Broncos’ home some lofty recognition of late, with hordes of Denver football fans taking to social media to express their admiration for the 23-year-old stadium.  

BetColorado.com, home to all things related to Colorado betting apps, wanted to know the most “instagrammable” NFL stadiums to visit ahead of the 2024-25 season. We created a scoring system, factoring in the number of tagged visits on Instagram (the stadium location,) the number of hashtags for the team (for example, #DallasCowboys,) followers of official team Instagram page, a ranking of the stadiums and food available at the stadium to include in the content they share.

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Top 15 Most Instagrammable NFL Stadiums

Rank

Team

Total Points

1

Dallas Cowboys

152

2

Philadelphia Eagles

133

3

Seattle Seahawks

124

4

Kansas City Chiefs

123

5

Green Bay Packers

116

6

San Francisco 49ers

107

7

New England Patriots

106

8

Houston Texans

105

9

Pittsburgh Steelers

102

10

Las Vegas Raiders

98

11

Denver Broncos

96

12

Miami Dolphins

94

13

Baltimore Ravens

89

14

New Orleans Saints

88

15

New York Giants

87

Where Denver’s Stadium Ranks NFL Wide

Across the 32-team NFL, Denver’s Empower Field at Mile High netted the 11th most points when it came to how Instagram worthy the facility is, finishing with a total of 96 to finish behind the Las Vegas Raiders’ Allegiant Stadium, which had 98 points in total.  

Leaguewide, the stadiums with the most points were the Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium, with 152, while the Philadelphia Eagles’ Lincoln Financial Field was second with 133 points and the Seattle Seahawks' Lumen Field was third with 124 points in total.  

Throw in No. 4 Arrowhead Stadium (home of the Kansas City Chiefs) with 123 points and the Green Bay Packers’ legendary home field (Lambeau Field) with 116 points and you have the full top five in the NFL, with the San Francisco 49ers’ Levi Stadium (107 points) and the New England Patriots’ Gillette Stadium (106 points) being the next closest stadiums in the league when it came to Instagram worthiness.  

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Author

Christopher Boan has been covering sports and sports betting for more than seven years, including stops at ArizonaSports.com, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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