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National Football League

The National Football League (NFL), founded in September of 1920, is the top professional American football league, both nationally and internationally. The league, commissioned by Roger Goodell, consists of 32 teams, organized by two conferences—NFC and AFC—and four divisions within each respective conference. Fans all over buy tickets to games or tune in on television every Sunday, Monday, and now Thursday, to watch their favorite teams play during the 17-week regular season. Each team competes for one of 10 spots in the postseason. Every year, the two teams that survive the playoffs earn the honor to play in the Super Bowl for the Lombardi trophy awarded to the victors.

American Football Conference East

Buffalo Bills
Highmark Stadium
Miami Dolphins
Hard Rock Stadium
New England Patriots
Gillette Stadium
New York Jets
MetLife Stadium

American Football Conference North

Baltimore Ravens
M&T Bank Stadium
Cincinnati Bengals
Paul Brown Stadium
Cleveland Browns
FirstEnergy Stadium
Pittsburgh Steelers
Heinz Field

American Football Conference South

Atlanta Falcons
Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Houston Texans
NRG Stadium
Jacksonville Jaguars
TIAA Bank Field
Tennessee Titans
Nissan Stadium
Atlanta Falcons
Georgia Dome
(venue defunct)

American Football Conference West

Denver Broncos
Empower Field at Mile High Stadium
Kansas City Chiefs
Arrowhead Stadium
Las Vegas Raiders
Allegiant Stadium
Los Angeles Chargers
SoFi Stadium
Los Angeles Chargers
Dignity Health Sports Park
(team moved)
Denver Broncos
Mile High Stadium
(venue defunct)
Oakland Raiders
Oakland Coliseum
(team defunct)
San Diego Chargers
San Diego Stadium
(venue defunct)

National Football Conference East

Dallas Cowboys
AT&T Stadium
New York Giants
MetLife Stadium
Philadelphia Eagles
Lincoln Financial Field
Washington Football Team
FedEx Field
Dallas Cowboys
Texas Stadium
(venue defunct)
New York Giants
Old Giants Stadium
(venue defunct)

National Football Conference North

Chicago Bears
Soldier Field
Detroit Lions
Ford Field
Green Bay Packers
Lambeau Field
Minnesota Vikings
U.S. Bank Stadium
Minnesota Vikings
TCF Bank Stadium
(team moved)
Minnesota Vikings
Mall of America Field
(venue defunct)
Minnesota Vikings
The Metrodome
(venue defunct)

National Football Conference South

Carolina Panthers
Bank of America Stadium
Indianapolis Colts
Lucas Oil Stadium
New Orleans Saints
Caesars Superdome
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Raymond James Stadium

National Football Conference West

Arizona Cardinals
State Farm Stadium
Los Angeles Rams
SoFi Stadium
San Francisco 49ers
Levi's Stadium
Seattle Seahawks
Lumen Field
Los Angeles Rams
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
(team moved)
San Francisco 49ers
Candlestick Park
(venue defunct)
St. Louis Rams
The Dome at America's Center
(team defunct)