I attended an international friendly soccer match between Man United and Inter Milan at FedEx. I was shocked this stadium was built in the last 20 years.
Pros: the new jumbo led screens are nice but just about every stadium has them now.
Cons: Parking is horrible. $40 to park about a half mile walk from the stadium; the entrances are not at all efficient. Got there 1.5 hours before game time and not much of a crowd was there yet (because of horrendous traffic to get there) but security had a hard time letting people in because there were only a few lanes open to let people in. Once inside the concourses are very narrow and the lack of mens rooms causes all kinds of congestion in the concourse. At halftime I got my son a beverage and it took us literally 10 minutes to go about twenty feet to the entrance to our section because it was wall to wall people who couldn't move. (And they didn't sell the top ring that they normally sell for NFL). the seats felt like they were made by the Little Tikes company, cheap hollow plastic, no cup holders, not a lot of leg or elbow room. The stands are not steep enough to view the field. Granted, the stadium wasn't made for soccer but I can't imagine you can see the NFL field either in its entirety because the stands aren't very sloped, people were constantly having to stand up to see which was annoying for me and made it impossible for my 10 year old to see anything. Our seats were 14th row a little right of mid field, so I intentionally chose 14 rows up because in most stadiums that ensures a full view but it was far from it. The concessions were weak choices, all fast food style no local flavors or anything unusual or appealing (burgers dogs, pizza). Very little beer selection and prices were just as high as other stadiums that offer a lot more.
Getting out of there was a nightmare because of the narrow concourses and lack of open gates again. Can't imagine the traffic, we walked the 2+ miles to the hotel. For a modern stadium, FedEx is awful. I can see why ESPN ranked it 32nd (dead last) among NFL stadiums. It is the poorest modern stadium I have been in. Might be more fun for an NFL game but that would be because of the team and the atmosphere, ranking just this building, it's not worth the ticket prices by any stretch.
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