Paul Brown Stadium
Home venue of the Cincinnati Bengals
The stadium in June 2017
|Address||1 Paul Brown Stadium|
|Public transit||Cincinnati Bell Connector at The Banks|
|Owner||Hamilton County, Ohio|
|Surface||Kentucky Bluegrass (2000–2003)|
Act Global synthetic turf (2012–2017)
Shaw Sports Momentum Pro (2018–present)
|Broke ground||April 25, 1998|
|Opened||August 19, 2000|
20 years ago
|Construction cost||$455 million|
($676 million in 2019 dollars)
Glaser Associates Inc.
Moody/Nolan Ltd. Inc.
Stallworth Architecture Inc.
|Project manager||Getz Ventures|
|Structural engineer||Ove Arup/Graham,|
|Services engineer||Flack & Kurtz, Inc.|
|General contractor||TBMD Joint Venture (Turner/Barton Malow/D.A.G.)|
|Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) (2000–present)|
Cincinnati Bearcats (NCAA) (2014)
Paul Brown Stadium is an outdoor football stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the home venue of the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League and opened on August 19, 2000. Named after the Bengals' founder Paul Brown, the stadium is located on approximately 22 acres (8.9 ha) of land and has a listed seating capacity of 65,515. Paul Brown Stadium is nicknamed "The Jungle," an allusion to not only the namesake Bengal tiger's natural habitat but also the Guns N' Roses song "Welcome to the Jungle" which is the unofficial anthem for the team.
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