- Address: 1 Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati
- Country: United States
- Capacity: 65,000
- Opened: 19 August 2000
- Main use: American football
- Tenants: Cincinnati Bengals (American football)
Extra stadium info – Paycor Stadium
The venue, which is also known as The Jungle, opened as the Paul Brown Stadium. It was named after Paul Brown, a co-founder and the first manager of the Cincinnati Bengals, until 2022. World famous artists performed at the Paycor Stadium. On 21 September 2002, the American football team of the Cincinnati Bearcats played their first home game at the venue. They faced the Ohio State Buckeyes in that match, which was the first-ever intercollegiate American football match at the Paycor Stadium. 66,000 fans showed up for the game.
The Cincinnati Bengals
The Cincinnati Bengals moved to the Paycor Stadium in 2000. They perform in the National Football League, which became the most popular American football league in the world. On 10 September 2000, the Bengals played their first NFL match at the Paycor Stadium. 64,000 fans showed up for the game, which was won by the Cleveland Browns from Ohio.
More home games
On 1 October 2000, the Cincinnati Bengals faced the Miami Dolphins from Florida in their second NFL game at the Paycor Stadium. The visitors won the match in front of a crowd of 61,000. The Bengals also lost their third NFL game at the Paycor Stadium. The Tennesse Titans won the game in front of 63,000 spectators. On 22 October 2000, the Bengals won their first NFL match at the Paycor Stadium after beating the Denver Broncos from Colorado in front of 61,000 people.
The Bengals played their first Super Bowl in 1982. The San Francisco 49ers from California won the game 26-21. The Super Bowl took place in Michigan in front of a crowd of 81,000. The Cincinnati Bengals drew an average home attendance of 52,000 in that NFL season. The Cincinnati Bengals played their second Super Bowl in 1989. That year, the San Francisco 49ers won the Super Bowl again. The Super Bowl took place in Florida in front of 75,000 spectators. The Bengals played their third Super Bowl in 2022. The Los Angeles Rams won the Super Bowl that year. The Super Bowl between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams took place in California in front of 70,000 people.