6-3-1, 1st in AFC North
Built in 2000, Paul Brown Stadium -- named after the Hall of Fame coach and founder of both the Browns and Bengals franchises -- has been hailed for its futuristic design and fan amenities. Seventy percent of its seating layout is built along the sidelines for optimal sight lines to the field. The stadium also features 7,600 club suites and 114 private suites with retractable glass windowns. Giant murals of past Bengals greats are plastered along plaza-level concourses of so-nicknamed PBS.
In 2007, a Harris Interactive survey ranked Paul Brown Stadium as the 101st on a list of 150 of America's favorite buildings and structures. The Bengals installed new synthetic playing surface for the 2012 season manufactured by UBU Sports. To build PBS, more than 95,000 cubic feet of concrete was poured and more than 9,100 tons of structural steel was used.
-- Information from the Cincinnati Bengals website stadium guide was used in this overview
All patrons ages 2 years and older need a ticket. A child younger than two will not be required to have a ticket. One infant may be admitted per ticket holder. The Bengals ask fans with children to be considerate of those around them.
Cameras are permitted. Recording devices are permitted (copyright laws apply). Prohibited items: bottles, cans, alcohol. There is a full range of food and beverage items and souvenir items sold within the stadium.
One Paul Brown Stadium
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Paul Brown Stadium is at the foot of downtown Cincinnati, and is the the largest riverfront landmark. It is bordered by Pete Rose Way on the north, Mehring Way on the south, Elm Street on the east and Central Avenue on the west. More information is available on the Bengals website.
There are numerous public parking lots at and around the stadium. Consult the Bengals team website for additional information.
The Southbank Shuttle is available via the Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK).