MetLife Stadium replaced Giants Stadium in 2010 as the shared stadium between the Giants and Jets. It remains the only stadium in the NFL shared by two teams. Construction began on the stadium in September of 2007 and it officially opened in April, 2010, well in time for the 2010 NFL season. The stadium hosted its first Super Bowl in 2014, which was Super Bowl XLVIII between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks. It was the first Super Bowl played outside in a cold-weather venue, and it ended up being the first Super Bowl win for the Seattle Seahawks.
MetLife Stadium does not have any type of roof, unlike many other new stadiums constructed in recent years. It seats 82,566 people, making it the second-largest stadium in the NFL in terms of seating capacity. The stadium contains four locker rooms, allowing the Jets and Giants to maintain separate locker rooms, and then two for visiting teams. The two home teams use the lockers on opposite ends of the stadium and the respective visiting teams use the locker rooms adjacent to the home locker rooms.
- The Giants beat the Carolina Panthers 31-18 on September 12, 2010, marking the first NFL regular season game played in MetLife.
- The Jets lose to the Baltimore Ravens 10-9 on September 13, 2010 to mark their first regular season game in MetLife. - MetLife loses power twice on November 14, 2010 during a game between the Giants and Cowboys. - On September 11, 2011, a ceremony is held before the Jets and Cowboys game to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks. - The Giants "visit" the Jets on December 24, 2011, marking the first regular season game between the two home teams in MetLife. - On January 8, 2012, MetLife hosts its first NFL playoff game between the Giants and Falcons with the Giants winning 24-2. - The infamous "butt fumble" play takes place in MetLife on November 22, 2012 as the Jets lose to the Patriots 49-19.