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FirstEnergy Stadium Cleveland Browns

100 Alfred Lerner Way , Cleveland , OH, 44114


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    Cleveland Browns Stadium is an outdoor stadium home to the Cleveland Browns of the NFL. The 73,200-seat stadium sits on the former site of Cleveland Municipal Stadium.Cleveland Municipal Stadium was torn down in 1996 and construction for the new stadium started in 1997. The stadium opened in 1999 and the first Browns game played at the stadium was in September 1999 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The stadium hosts other events, such as college and high school football games, soccer games, and concerts in addition to professional football games. It has seating for 73,200.

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    Cleveland Browns Stadium sits on the former site of the Cleveland Municipal Stadium located at North Coast Harbor in Cleveland, Ohio and is the home of the Cleveland Browns. In 1995, owner Art Modell announced he was moving the Cleveland Browns to Baltimore (eventually becoming the Baltimore Ravens). In late 1995 to early 1996, Major Michael White reached an agreement with the NFL that if a new stadium was built to their requirements, Cleveland would be awarded an expansion team for the 1999-2000 season and the league would contribute $43 million towards the stadium. The City Planning Commission selected lakefront site occupied by Cleveland Municipal Stadium as the site where the new arena would be built in April 1996. Construction began in 1997 and opened on September 12, 1999. New owner Al Lerner decided to do without selling the naming rights to the new stadium to a corporation and officially named it the Cleveland Browns Stadium. Naming rights were sold to the four main entrances to the stadium instead (Cleveland Clinic Sports Health Gate located in the southwest corner, National City Gate located in the southeast corner, Steris Gate located in the northeast corner, and FirstEnergy Gate, located in the northwest corner of the stadium). Cleveland Browns Stadium is the birthplace of the Dawg Pound, a section of bleacher seats occupied by only the most passionate football fans. The Dawg Pound is in the same location as in the old stadium, but it has expanded to two levels of bleachers instead of one. The 73,000 seat stadium boasts the largest and most advanced video screens of any NFL stadium.


    • FirstEnergy Stadium
      100 Alfred Lerner Way   Cleveland , OH 44114
      Call at (440) 891-5001

    Venue Details

    • 1999
    • $283 million
    • City of Cleveland
    • Outdoor
    • Populous
    • Cleveland Browns
    • Yes
    • each endzone
    • Yes
    • Kentucky BlueGrass
    • 73200
    • 145


  • ATMs


  • Parking:

    • surrounding stadium - general park

      • $25.00
      • Yes
    • - City of Clev

      • $115.00
      • Yes
    • - R.V. parking

      • Yes
  • Upcoming Events

    • No event is scheduled here.

  • Merchandise:

      • throughout stadium
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    • Browns unveil progress of FirstEnergy Stadium renovations

      2015-07-24 15:32:09

      Kevin Jones - Cleveland Browns -

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    • Browns unveil statue plans to honor Jim Brown

      2016-02-17 20:12:00

      Coley Harvey - ESPN




      2016-03-17 20:33:28

      Pat McManamon - ESPN


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  • Policies

    General Info

    • N
    • All bags are subjected to search.
    • N
    • no smoking

    Carry-In Restrictions

    • permitted, for personal use only
    • prohibitted
    • prohibitted
    • prohibitted
    • prohibitted
    • prohibiited
    • permitted, cannot exceed 8.5" by 11" by 14"

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