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Location and Venue
Paul Brown Stadium
1 Paul Brown Stadium Cincinnati
Paul Brown Stadium is the home of the Bengals on Cincinnati’s downtown riverfront. PBS, as it’s known for short, opened in 2000. The first game was an Aug. 19 preseason contest vs. Chicago, a 24-20 Bengals win. The first regular-season game was a 24-7 loss to Cleveland on Sept. 10.
Named for the NFL legend who was Bengals founder, chief executive and first head coach, the stadium has won numerous honors and has helped keep Cincinnati in the national sports spotlight.
The stadium features a sleek design and blends seamlessly with the city, open to views of downtown to the north and the Ohio River to the south.
National recognition for PBS has come in various modes. In 2007, PBS was the only football stadium to make a Harris Interactive list of “America’s favorite 150 buildings and structures.” PBS ranked 101st on a list whose range included all manner of major structures — skyscrapers, museums, churches, hotels, bridges, national memorials and more. No other football stadium was voted among the top 150, and among all sports venues, only two historic baseball parks — Wrigley Field and the old Yankee Stadium — ranked higher than PBS... read more at www.bengals.com/stadium/