Cleveland Browns Stadium

Behind Cleveland Browns Stadium

Cleveland Browns Stadium, home of the Cleveland Browns, is a multipurpose facility located on the shore of Lake Erie. Construction of the stadium began on May 15, 1997, and it opened on September 12, 1999, when the Browns took on their division rivals: the Pittsburgh Steelers.

History of the Stadium

In 2013, Browns Managing and Principal Partner Jimmy Haslam and FirstEnergy President and CEO Tony Alexander announced a long-term naming rights partnership, and Cleveland Browns Stadium underwent a series of renovations over the next two years. The $120 million renovation project took part in two phases. Phase one included new video boards, a new sound system, increased lower bowl seating, and additional escalators to help ease the in-stadium access to guests. Phase two revamped the concessions areas, added new graphics honoring Browns history and current players, increased connectivity with stadium-wide WiFi and upgraded the clubs and suite spaces. The renovations completely modernized the facility and brought it into the 21st century.

Cleveland Browns Stadium proudly hosts the Cleveland Browns, as well as many other events including: concerts, international soccer games, high school and college football games, and much more! Get started on hosting an event at Cleveland Browns Stadium.