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Since opening in 2017, Mercedes-Benz Stadium has been lauded as the busiest stadium in the United States hosting more than 50 events and three million guests annually.  Mercedes-Benz Stadium has been home to some of the largest sporting events in the world including the College Football Playoff National Championship Game (2018 and coming in 2025), MLS All-Star Game (2018), Super Bowl LIII (2019), SEC Championship (Annually), Celebration Bowl (Annually) and Peach Bowl (Annually) and will host the 2026 FIFA World Cup.

This Media Hub is here for you to get the information you need to tell the story of Mercedes-Benz Stadium. You will find photos, videos, interviews, press releases, b-roll and more that feature the stadium’s award-winning food and beverage experience, design, technology, award-winning sustainability initiatives, fan experience and impact on the community. Scroll and click on the topic to learn more. If you have questions, please contact media@mercedesbenzstadium.com.

Stadium Overview

Built in the heart of Atlanta, Mercedes-Benz Stadium hosts more than 3 million people, 40 -50 major events and 250 private events per year, including Falcons games, Atlanta United matches, college football games, concerts and more. Mercedes-Benz Stadium was named Sports Business Journal’s Sports Facility of the Year in 2018.

Stadium Overview

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Fan Experience

Mercedes-Benz Stadium was designed with the fan in mind. From enhancing the entry experience to premium seating and fan-first pricing, MBS is committed to giving fans a world-class experience when they attend a game, match or concert.

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The Blank Family of Businesses is committed to leveraging Mercedes-Benz Stadium as a force for good and serving as a catalyst for positive, transformational change in Atlanta’s Historic Westside Neighborhoods. Through the Arthur M Blank Family Foundation, more than $55 million has been committed towards Westside transformation. MBS was used as an early voting site during the 2020 election and a testing and vaccination site during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Since opening its doors in 2017, Mercedes-Benz Stadium (MBS) has been committed to sustainability and curbing its environmental footprint. In 2017, MBS became the first professional sports venue in North America to achieve LEED Platinum. Committed to being a trailblazer and leader within the green sports industry, MBS’ sustainability efforts have extended well past the construction phase of the building and continue to expand. MBS has developed and implemented a variety of green practices, such as water, energy, recycling and compost, alternative transportation, urban garden and agriculture programs.

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Food & Beverage

Mercedes-Benz Stadium’s food and beverage program is consistently ranked at the top of the NFL and MLS Voice of the Fan surveys. The implementation of fan-friendly pricing has been a game-changer within the sports and entertainment industry.

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Home to start-of-the-art technology and video displays, Mercedes-Benz Stadium redefines the in-stadium fan experience with its first-of-its-kind Halo Board and Mega Column.

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