Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best

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Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best: 23. Bank of America Stadium

The Carolina Panthers haven’t had a ton of accomplishments as a franchise. With a record currently under .500 in just over 400 games, the Panthers aren’t exactly considered a pillar of success. They did make two Super Bowl runs, most recently in 2015, but they ultimately came up short.

Regardless of their results, Panther fans have continued to come out and get loud for their teams. With a seating capacity of over 75,000, they’ve routinely averaged over 70,000 fans, including this season.

Originally, Bank of America Stadium opened in 1995 and much like you would expect it’s a bit outdated. While fans are hoping to one day walk into a completely different stadium, owner David Tepper has continued to dish out money to renovate things to the best of his abilities. On each end of the end zone boast a humongous scoreboard. There are 151 suites with plenty of state-of-the-art features.

For a stadium that’s been around since the mid-1990s, the Panthers have done a pretty solid job keeping it fairly up to date.