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Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Mercedes Benz Stadium time lapse capture 2017-08-13
Full name Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Former name(s) New Atlanta Stadium (planning/construction)
Owners Georgia World Congress
Center Authority
Location Atlanta, Georgia
Broke ground May 19, 2014
Opened August 26, 2017
Tenants Atlanta United FC (MLS) (2017–present)
Capacity 42,500 (two-tier)
Field dimensions 115 yd × 75 yd (105 m × 69 m)
Surface FieldTurf Revolution 360
Highest attendance 72,035 Atlanta United FC-D.C. United
(11 March 2018)

The Mercedes-Benz Stadium is a multi-purpose retractable roof stadium located in Atlanta, Georgia. The home of the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League (NFL) and the Atlanta United FC of Major League Soccer (MLS), it replaced the adjacent NFL indoor arena Georgia Dome (now demolished), the Falcons' home stadium from 1992 through 2016. Mercedes-Benz stadium holds the record of the world's largest halo board and is one of few football stadiums with retractable roofs.

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Stadiums of Major League Soccer
Eastern Conference (2020)

Audi Field · BMO Field · Exploria Stadium · Gillette Stadium · Lockhart Stadium · Mapfre Stadium · Mercedes-Benz Stadium · Nippert Stadium · Red Bull Arena · Saputo Stadium · Soldier Field · Talen Energy Stadium · Yankee Stadium

Western Conference (2020)

Allianz Field · Avaya Stadium · Banc of California Stadium · BBVA Stadium · BC Place · CenturyLink Field · Children's Mercy Park · Dick's Sporting Goods Park · Dignity Health Sports Park · Nissan Stadium · Providence Park · Rio Tinto Stadium · Toyota Stadium

Secondary

Levi's Stadium · Olympic Stadium · Stanford Stadium

Future

Austin FC stadium (2021) · Bank of America Stadium (2021) · West End Stadium (2021) · New Columbus Crew Stadium (2021) · Miami Freedom Park (2022) · Nashville Fairgrounds Stadium (2022) · St. Louis (2022) · Railyards Stadium (2022)

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