The 2013 NFL season ended with the Seattle Seahawks dominating a Peyton Manning anchored Denver Broncos team. It was the first Super Bowl victory for the Seattle Seahawks. 2013 was also the year for the first ever Super Bowl played outdoors. And what better place to host it than New York City and at Metlife Stadium? Here is how many fans turned out to all 31 NFL stadiums in 2013.

 

Venue/Team

Total Season Attendance

Avg. Nightly Attendance

Percentage of Capacity

1. AT&T Stadium (Cowboys)

704345

88043

110.10%

2. Metlife Stadium (Giants)

641104

80148

97.10%

3. Lambeau Field (Packers)

623577

77947

106.90%

4. Fedex Field (Redskins)

617767

77220

84.20%

5. Metlife Stadium (Jets)

615656

76957

93.30%

6. Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Broncos)

614977

76872

101.00%

7. Arrowhead Stadium (Chiefs)

602877

75359

98.20%

8. Bank of America Stadium (Panthers)

587544

73443

99.50%

9. Mercedes-Benz Superdome (Saints)

583210

72901

99.90%

10. NRG Stadium (Texans)

573271

71658

100.90%

11. FirstEnergy Stadium (Browns)

569939

71242

97.30%

12. M&T Bank Stadium (Ravens)

569084

71135

100.20%

13. Georgia Dome (Falcons)

561795

70224

98.60%

14. Candlestick Park (49ers)

557856

69732

99.30%

15. Lincoln Financial Field (Eagles)

553152

69144

102.30%

16. LP Field (Titans)

553144

69143

100.00%

17. Gillette Stadium (Patriots)

550048

68756

100.00%

18. CenturyLink Field (Seahawks)

545557

68197

101.80%

19. Ralph Wilson Stadium (Bills)

463873

66267

90.70%

20. Lucas Oil Stadium (Colts)

527606

65950

104.70%

21. Sun Life Stadium (Dolphins)

514553

64319

85.50%

22. Qualcomm Stadium (Chargers)

513641

64205

90.10%

23. TGF Stadium (Vikings)

448135

64019

99.80%

24. Ford Field (Lions)

510369

63796

98.90%

25. Paul Brown Stadium (Bengals)

506377

63297

96.60%

26. Soldier Field (Bears)

498864

62358

101.40%

27. University of Phoenix Stadium (Cardinals)

488271

61033

96.30%

28. Everbank Field (Jaguars)

419581

59940

89.20%

29. Raymond James Stadium (Buccaneers)

470548

58818

89.60%

30. Heinz Field (Steelers)

458489

57311

88.20%

31. Edward Jones Dome (Rams)

455657

56957

87.20%

32. O.co Coliseum (Raiders)

403556

50444

80.00%

For the 5th straight season, the Dallas Cowboys led the NFL in overall attendance. For the 2nd straight season, the Oakland Raiders finished dead last in attendance. Both the Green Bay Packers and the Cleveland Browns saw the largest increases in attendance for the 2013 season. The Green Bay Packers went from 10th in NFL attendance in 2012 to 3rd in 2013. The Cleveland Browns went from 18th in 2012 to 11th in 2013. The team with the largest decrease in attendance was the Jacksonville Jaguars who drew 519,000 fans during their 2012 campaign but only 419,000 during their 2013 season. 11 of the 32 franchises sold out every single home game. 2013 also marked the final season that the Minnesota Vikings would play in the Metrodome. They will temporarily play on the University of Minnesota's campus until their new stadium is completed in the next few seasons.

 

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