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Cincinnati Bengals stadium records

Surface Games W L T Pct.
Natural grass 218 70 148 - .3211
Artificial turf (1st generation) 364 180 183 1 .4959
Artificial turf (2nd generation) 59 27 31 1 .4661
Roof Games W L T Pct.
Outdoor 582 253 328 1 .4356
Indoor 59 24 34 1 .4153
Includes all games through the end of the 2008 NFL season.
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Natural grass also includes hybrid surfaces like DD Grassmaster, which are enhanced with synthetic fibers but are still mostly made of natural grass.

Artificial turf (1st generation) includes AstroTurf and other "carpet on concrete" surfaces like TartanTurf, SuperTurf, and Texas Turf.

Artificial turf (2nd generation) includes FieldTurf, AstroTurf GameDay Grass, Momentum Turf, and other surfaces that use fibers and rubber to simulate grass.

Games played in stadiums with retractable roofs are recorded as Indoor if the roof was closed and Outdoor if the roof was open.


During their two seasons as an AFL team, the Cincinnati Bengals played their home games at Nippert Stadium on the campus of the University of Cincinnati.  Nippert Stadium remains the home field of the UC Bearcats, as it has been since 1902.

In 1970, the construction of Riverfront Stadium was completed on the bank of the Ohio River.  The Cincinnati Reds of the National League shared the multipurpose facility with the Bengals for three decades.  The stadium was renamed Cinergy Field in 1996.  The playing surface was unforgiving AstroTurf for the Bengals' entire stay at Riverfront; natural grass was installed only after the Bengals played their final game there in 1999.

In 2000, the Cincinnati Bengals moved into a stadium of their own.  In an uncharacteristic move for NFL owners, Mike Brown chose not to sell naming rights for the new stadium, instead naming it Paul Brown Stadium after his father, the Bengals' founder and first head coach.  The surface at Paul Brown Stadium was originally Kentucky bluegrass, but it proved difficult to keep the field in good condition, so FieldTurf was installed in 2004.


Bengals home stadiums
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Years Stadium Games W L T Pct.
1968-1969 Nippert Stadium
  Cincinnati, OH
14 6 8 - .4286
1970-1999 Riverfront Stadium
  Cincinnati, OH
234 133 101 - .5684
2000-present Paul Brown Stadium
  Cincinnati, OH
73 35 37 1 .4863
Includes all games through the end of the 2008 NFL season.


Bengals at current NFL stadiums
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Stadium Games W L T Pct.
Arrowhead Stadium
  Kansas City, MO
12 6 6 - .5000
Bank of America Stadium
  Charlotte, NC
2 0 2 - .0000
Candlestick Park
  San Francisco, CA
6 1 5 - .1667
Cleveland Browns Stadium
  Cleveland, OH
10 6 4 - .6000
Cowboys Stadium
  Arlington, TX
0 0 0 - -
Edward Jones Dome
  St. Louis, MO
2 0 2 - .0000
FedEx Field
  Landover, MD
1 1 0 - 1.000
Ford Field
  Detroit, MI
1 1 0 - 1.000
Georgia Dome
  Atlanta, GA
1 0 1 - .0000
Giants Stadium
  East Rutherford, NJ
10 0 10 - .0000
Gillette Stadium
  Foxboro, MA
1 0 1 - .0000
Heinz Field
  Pittsburgh, PA
8 3 5 - .3750
HHH Metrodome
  Minneapolis, MN
3 0 3 - .0000
Invesco Field
  Denver, CO
1 0 1 - .0000
Jacksonville Municipal Stadium
  Jacksonville, FL
8 1 7 - .1250
Lambeau Field
  Green Bay, WI
4 0 4 - .0000
Land Shark Stadium
  Miami Gardens, FL
3 1 2 - .3333
Lincoln Financial Field
  Philadelphia, PA
1 1 0 - 1.000
Louisiana Superdome
  New Orleans, LA
5 3 2 - .6000
LP Field
  Nashville, TN
5 2 3 - .4000
Lucas Oil Stadium
  Indianapolis, IN
1 0 1 - .0000
M&T Bank Stadium
  Baltimore, MD
11 3 8 - .2727
Oakland Coliseum
  Oakland, CA
9 0 9 - .0000
Qualcomm Stadium
  San Diego, CA
14 5 9 - .3571
Qwest Field
  Seattle, WA
1 0 1 - .0000
Ralph Wilson Stadium
  Orchard Park, NY
10 2 8 - .2000
Raymond James Stadium
  Tampa, FL
1 0 1 - .0000
Reliant Stadium
  Houston, TX
2 1 1 - .5000
Soldier Field
  Chicago, IL
5 4 1 - .8000
University of Phoenix Stadium
  Glendale, AZ
0 0 0 - -
Includes all games through the end of the 2008 NFL season.


Bengals at former / other stadiums
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Stadium Games W L T Pct.
Anaheim Stadium
  Anaheim, CA
1 1 0 - 1.000
Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium
  Atlanta, GA
4 3 1 - .7500
Busch Stadium II
  St. Louis, MO
1 0 1 - .0000
Cleveland Stadium
  Cleveland, OH
25 8 17 - .3200
Fenway Park
  Boston, MA
1 0 1 - .0000
Foxboro Stadium
  Foxboro, MA
7 2 5 - .2857
Houston Astrodome
  Houston, TX
28 10 17 1 .3750
Kansas City Municipal Stadium
  Kansas City, MO
2 0 2 - .0000
Kingdome
  Seattle, WA
6 3 3 - .5000
Liberty Bowl
  Memphis, TN
1 0 1 - .0000
Los Angeles Coliseum
  Los Angeles, CA
7 2 5 - .2857
Memorial Stadium
  Baltimore, MD
8 4 4 - .5000
Metropolitan Stadium
  Bloomington, MN
1 0 1 - .0000
Mile High Stadium
  Denver, CO
12 2 10 - .1667
Milwaukee County Stadium
  Milwaukee, WI
2 2 0 - 1.000
Orange Bowl
  Miami, FL
6 1 5 - .1667
Pontiac Silverdome
  Pontiac, MI
4 3 1 - .7500
RCA Dome
  Indianapolis, IN
7 3 4 - .4286
RFK Stadium
  Washington, DC
3 0 3 - .0000
Shea Stadium
  Flushing, NY
5 2 3 - .4000
Sun Devil Stadium
  Tempe, AZ
2 0 2 - .0000
Tampa Stadium
  Tampa, FL
2 1 1 - .5000
Texas Stadium
  Irving, TX
6 1 5 - .1667
Three Rivers Stadium
  Pittsburgh, PA
31 10 21 - .3226
Tiger Stadium
  Detroit, MI
1 0 1 - .0000
Vanderbilt Stadium
  Nashville, TN
1 0 1 - .0000
Veterans Stadium
  Philadelphia, PA
6 3 3 - .5000
War Memorial Stadium
  Buffalo, NY
2 1 1 - .5000
Includes all games through the end of the 2008 NFL season.


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