Nissan Stadium is the home of the Tennessee Titans located in Nashville, TN. When the Tennessee Titans first moved to Nashville from Houston, the field they played on was called Adelphia Colosseum. However, about five years ago Nissan Stadium became the new name of the Titans stadium as they received a new corporate sponsor. There are many intriguing aspects about Nissan Stadium that a casual sports fan may not know.
Nissan Stadium is not one of the larger stadiums in the league, but it does hold about 70,000 people when it is full. While the Titans were in their glory years, Nissan Stadium was known as one of the toughest places to play in the league. However, as the Titans have progressively became worse on the field the home field advantage has started to wear off from Nissan Stadium.
City Nissan Stadium is located in Nashville, TN. Nashville is one of the fastest growing cities in terms of both people and economically in the United States. Nashville is considered a hot spot for young people in all industries. Although Nashville is known for its country music, there are many industries and corporate HQ that call Nashville home. There are many experts that predict that Nashville will continue to see great growth over the coming years, and if it does so will become one of the most influential cities in the Southeast during that time. Tennessee Titans The Tennessee Titans moved to Nashville in 1999 and in their first season in Nashville went to the Super Bowl. They came up one yard short in a losing effort in what has been dubbed the closest Super Bowl of all time. For several years after that, the Titans were contenders every year in the playoffs.