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The Superdome has hosted more Super Bowls than any other stadium, proving that football in New Orleans is much more about the all-around experience than the stadium itself. The 1975-vintage stadium sits just off downtown New Orleans, a short trip from the French Quarter, so despite the building's general atmosphere of being stuck somewhere in the 1980s, nobody really seems to mind. Saints fans are just a generally happy lot, accustomed to the visitors' fans taking up a good percentage of the seats. So long as you're there to have a good time, they’re completely welcoming.

Superdome, New Orleans

Superdome

Mercedes-Benz Superdome

The Superdome has hosted more Super Bowls than any other stadium, proving that football in New Orleans is much more about the all-around experience than the stadium itself. The 1975-vintage stadium sits just off downtown New Orleans, a short trip from the French Quarter, so despite the building's general atmosphere of being stuck somewhere in the 1980s, nobody really seems to mind. Saints fans are just a generally happy lot, accustomed to the visitors' fans taking up a good percentage of the seats. So long as you're there to have a good time, they’re completely welcoming.