If you have ever been to a game at M&T Bank Stadium, the home of the two time Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens, then you know how enjoyable it is. Several NFL related websites and NFL focused websites release an annual stadium rankings list, and M&T Bank Stadium ranks among the league's best.
Several areas were judged across the whole spectrum in these rankings and M&T has been ranked as high as second and as low as eighth, but the overall average seemed to put Baltimore in the fourth place range.
The Ravens were consistently in the top ten in most of the categories, and were at or just off the top in accessibility as you can drive and park at the games as well as ride the rail in, so if you want to get to a game at M&T, it is much easier to do so, then say our neighbors in Washington, where it is an absolute headache to get to the stadium.
What was their second highest area of success? You guessed it Ravens Nation, tailgating! When you go to a Ravens game at M&T Bank Stadium, you better get there early because it is one heck of a time. Fans are all around friendly from tailgate to tailgate and let's not forget the Ravens Walk. Always giving live music and plenty of stands to purchase some adult beverages and have a great time.
The stadium is perfectly built, in a more straight up sense, rather than a gradual increase, that allows fans, no matter where they are sitting, to literally be right on top of the action. Another major benefit of the way M&T Bank Stadium is built more straight up is the noise factor, that has given the Ravens one of the best home field advantages in all of sports. When you hear the fans and 'Seven Nation Army' in the stadium, you better not try to hold a conversation with the person next to you, because you will not be able to hear them.
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