National Football Conference

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Last Updated: March 14, 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.

National Football Conference Divisions

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

North

Team Location Stadium Capacity Opened
Chicago Bears Chicago, Illinois Soldier Field 61,500 1924
Detriot Lions Detriot, Michigan Ford Field 65,000 2002
Green Bay Packers Green Bay, Wisconsin Lambeau Field 81,441 1957
Minnesota Vikings Minneapolis, Minnesota U.S Bank Stadium 66,860 2016

 

East

Team Location Stadium Capacity Opened
Dallas Cowboys Arlington, Texas AT&T Stadium 80,000 2009
New York Giants East Rutherford, New Jersey MetLife Stadium 82,500 2010
Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Lincoln Financial Field 69,176 2003
Washington Football Team Landover, Maryland FedExField 82,000 1997

 

South

Team Location Stadium Capacity Opened
Atlanta Falcons Atlanta, Georgia Mercedes-Benz Stadium 71,000 2017
Carolina Panthers Charlotte, North Carolina Bank of America Stadium 75,523 1996
New Orleans Saints New Orleans, Louisiana Mercedes-Benz Superdome 73,208 1975
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa, Florida Raymond James Stadium 65,618 1998

 

West

Team Location Stadium Capacity Opened
Arizona Cardinals Glendale, Arizona State Farm Stadium 63,400 2006
Los Angeles Rams Inglewood California SoFi Stadium 70,240 2020
San Francisco 49ers Santa Clara, California Levi’s Stadium 68,500 2014
Seattle Seahawks Seattle, Washington Lumen Field 69,000 1997

 

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By Football Tripper USA
Last Updated: March 14, 2021