The 2021 NFL season will likely feature sold-out crowds at stadiums for the first time in two years.
Fans back at the games means plenty of them will be posting photos on Instagram and social media.
But which team’s stadium is the most social media-friendly?
A study conducted by The Action Network, which analyzed data on Instagram, determined a full ranking of which stadiums are the most “gram-worthy” across the NFL.
The Action Network used the search term “See Instagram photos and videos taken at [insert stadium name]” to help collect the information and ranked each stadium based on the number of Instagram posts.
Taking the No. 1 spot is the Dallas Cowboys’ 80,000-plus capacity AT&T Stadium, which was built in 2009, which garnered more than 1 million Instagram posts — the only stadium in the study to do so.
The 49ers’ Levi’s Stadium was second with 774,000 Instagram posts and the Eagles’ Lincoln Financial Field was third with 626,0000.
The Las Vegas Raiders’ Allegiant Stadium was ranked last, but that should come as no surprise as the stadium opened last year without any fans attending games.
Same goes for the Los Angeles Chargers and Rams, who share the new SoFi Stadium, and should see its ranking go up with fans as well as hosting the Super Bowl this season.
Here is the full rankings of the most Instagrammable NFL stadiums: