Paul Brown Stadium
Home of the Cincinnati Bengals who play in the National Football League, Paul Brown Stadium is an impressive arena. This modern Cincinnati attraction was constructed as a replacement for the decaying Riverfront Stadium, once home to the Bengals and also the Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball.
Unlike most American stadiums, Paul Brown Stadium did not sell off its naming rights, instead choosing to honor the memory of Paul Brown who was the Bengal's founder, general manager and coach. Paul Brown Stadium is a modern stadium that utilizes the latest technology, including an innovative playing surface. Instead of grass, FieldTurf is deployed. This synthetic grass replacement doesn't wear and enhances the visibility of pitch markings.
Other notable features of Paul Broan Stadium include video scoreboards at both ends of the stadium and a unique seat design that ensures a clear view of the action. From the upper tiers of this grand stadium, there are spectacular views of Cincinnati's downtown skyline and riverfront to be enjoyed
If you're planning a trip to Paul Brown Stadium, hotels such as the Millennium Hotel Cincinnati are ideally placed for visiting the home of the Bengals.