The NFL and MLB teams that share a stadium are the Oakland Raiders and Athletics who share Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in Oakland, California, the Minnesota Vikings and Twins who share the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, and the Miami Dolphins and Florida Marlins who share Landshark Stadium in Miami Gardens. The Minnesota Twins will have their own ballpark in 2010 and the Florida Marlins will have their own ballpark in 2012 at the site of the old Orange Bowl.
There are 1000's including NFL Stadiums, smaller league stadiums, high school fields, etc. But there are 31 NFL Stadiums.
No, they are both open air stadiums.
The answer is: 2,191,317 total people could fit in to all of the NFL Stadiums that are currently in the United States.
Click on the 'Capacities of MLB Stadiums' link on this page to learn the capacity of all 30 stadiums where MLB is played.
Well... The New York Giants share a stadium with the New York Jets. The Oakland Raiders share a stadium with the Oakland Athletics (MLB).
there are 20 stadiums with natural grass left
the biggest NFL stadiums are the dallas cowboys and the Houston Texans.