The stadium features many modern amenities to enhance the comfort and convenience for fans. It has a capacity of 65,535. It had an average attendance of 60,703, ranking 28th among the 32 NFL teams. It spans over twenty acres and is over 150 feet high. It features 114 executive suites, 56 concession stands, over 1,200 doors, and over a thousand restrooms. Two video display screens are located above each end zone. Fans have informally nicknamed the stadium "The Jungle".
Paul Brown Stadium originally had natural grass, but it was replaced by the more durable field turf in 2004. For Bengals home games, bus routes transport fans from various locations in Cincinnati and northern Kentucky. Although it is mainly used for NFL games, Paul Brown Stadium is also sometimes used for college football. The University of Cincinnati has played several games there. The Ohio State Buckeyes have visited as well. Other regional teams such as the Miami (Ohio) Redhawks and the Kentucky Wildcats have also played games there.
Despite playing in a widely acclaimed home stadium, the Bengals have had limited success over the past 15 years. So far, only three playoff games have been played at Paul Brown Stadium, and the Bengals lost each of them.
Paul Brown Stadium continues to be regarded as among the best designed and most convenient sports stadiums in the United States. It will likely remain the home of the Cincinnati Bengals for many years to come.