American Football Conference

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Last Updated: January 31, 2021

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The National Football League (NFL) is comprised of two conferences following the merger of the rival American Football League (AFL) in 1970.

American Football Conference Divisions

Almost identical to the National Football Conference (NFC), there are 16 teams divided into four divisions based on geographical groupings.

North

Team Location Stadium Capacity Opened
Baltimore Ravens Baltimore, Maryland M&T Bank Stadium 71,008 1998
Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati, Ohio Paul Brown Stadium 65,515 2000
Cleveland Browns Cleveland, Ohio FirstEnergy Stadium 67,895 1999
Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh, Pennyslvania Heinz Field 68,400 2001

 

East

Team Location Stadium Capacity Opened
Buffalo Bills Orchard Park, New York Bills Stadium 71,608 1972
Miami Dolphins Miami Gardens, Florida Hard Rock Stadium 64,767 197
New England Patriots Foxborough, Massachusetts Gillette Stadium 65,878 2002
New York Jets East Rutherford, New Jersey Metlife Stadium 82,500 2010

 

South

Team Location Stadium Capacity Opened
Houston Texans Houston, Texas NRG Stadium 71,995 2002
Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis, Indiana Lucas Oil Stadium 67,000 2008
Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville, Florida TIAA Bank Field 67,814 1995
Tennessee Titans Nashville, Tennessee Nissan Stadium 69,143 1999

 

West

Team Location Stadium Capacity Opened
Denver Broncos Denver, Colorado Empower Field at Mile High 76,125 2001
Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City, Missouri Arrowhead Stadium 76,416 1972
Las Vegas Raiders Paradise, Nevada Allegiant Stadium 65,000 2020
Los Angeles Chargers Inglewood, California SoFi Stadium 70,240 2020

 

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By Football Tripper USA
Last Updated: January 31, 2021