Nissan Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located on the east bank of the Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee. It is primarily used for football and is the home field of the Tennessee Titans of the National Football League (NFL) and the Tigers of Tennessee State University. The stadium opened on August 27th, 1999, and has a seating capacity of 69,143.

Construction of Nissan Stadium began on May 3rd, 1997, and it opened on August 27th, 1999. The construction cost was US$290 million. The architects were HOK Sport, McKissack & McKissack, and Moody Nolan and the project was managed by The Larkin Group.

The stadium has been known by several names including Adelphia Coliseum (1999–2002), The Coliseum (2002–2006), and LP Field (2006–2015) before being renamed Nissan Stadium on June 24th, 2015. Car manufacturer Nissan, which has its North American headquarters just south of Nashville in Franklin, bought the naming rights for the stadium in a 20-year contract.

Tennessee Titans Nissan Stadium

How to Get to Nashville

The nearest airport to Nissan Stadium is Nashville International Airport (BNA), which is about 8 miles away. There are several airlines that offer flights from London Heathrow Airport (LHR) to Nashville International Airport (BNA), but all require connecting flights.

If you are already in the US and looking to travel to/from Nashville, then you have the choice of most US domestic airlines including Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, American Eagle, Frontier Airlines, Jet Blue, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, United Airways and WestJet.

Public Transport

There are several options for public transportation around Nissan Stadium. You can get to Nissan Stadium by bus or train. The following MTA (Metropolitan Transit Authority) bus lines stop near the stadium: Bus 4 and Bus 23. The nearest train station is Riverfront Station, which is about a mile away from the stadium. You could also make use of free apps such as Moovit to get real-time timetables, maps and directions to the stadium using public transportation.

Rideshare services such as Uber or Lyft are also available in the vicinity, and there is a designated drop-off/pick-up zone at Nissan Stadium.

Staying in Nashville

Nissan Stadium is located on the east bank of the Cumberland River, across the river from downtown Nashville. Downtown Nashville is the centre of Music City and has a lot to offer. It is known for its world-class live music, historic buildings that have been reimagined into music attractions, boutique hotels, art galleries, chef-driven restaurants, and newly constructed hotels, eateries, music venues, and attractions.

Beyond the Airbnb and Sonder options there are many hotels near Nissan Stadium to suit all budgets, which can be booked directly or via one of the hotel reservation booking sites.

Tennessee Titans Tickets

The Tennessee Titans sell their tickets via SeatGeek.

Ticketmaster is the official ticket outlet for the NFL.

For most teams, Ticketmaster sells tickets on behalf of the team and resells tickets on behalf of ticket sellers. You can tell the difference on the site as the Blue dots are tickets from the team themselves, and the pink dots are from verified sellers.

Here are links to the main ticket resale sites. Click on the link, which will open up a new window, and you can compare the prices on the different ticket resell sites, bearing in mind that the prices shown may have further selling platform fees added, so take time to read my tips to Buying Tickets in North America.

I recommend downloading the team’s Mobile App to your phone as it contains much Gameday information for the stadium.

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