The Buffalo Bills are the second NFL team this week to release renderings of a new stadium.
Following Tuesday's announcement where the Tennessee Titans' showed images of a new, $2 billion stadium in Nashville, the Buffalo Bills revealed information of their own today pertaining to a new stadium set to open in the fall of 2026.
"Fostering a culture. Building the future. Here’s the first look at renderings of the New Bills Stadium," the Buffalo Bills announced this morning.
The stadium, designed by the firm "Populous," is drawing comparisons to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which was designed by the same firm.
While appearing modernized and somewhat futuristic, many around the NFL have expressed concerns about the new stadium lacking a dome or retractable roof.
With brutal winter conditions in Buffalo, the only protection for fans from cold and windy conditions will be the stacked seating design and overhang, combined with a radiant heating system inside the stadium.
Outside of the stadium, a statue of three massive buffaloes will greet fans as they make their way to an updated tailgating area.
While the Bills will need to wait until 2026 to use their new stadium, Buffalo will host the Green Bay Packers in Week 8 this Sunday.