Mercedes-Benz Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium which is located in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States.
In 2017, Mercedes-Benz Stadium was opened as a replacement for the Georgia Dome since the stadium serves the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League (NFL), as well as the Atlanta United FC of Major League Soccer (MLS).
Through the Georgia World Congress Center Authority, the state government of Georgia owns the Mercedes-Benz Stadium; And it is operated by AMB Group organization of the Atlanta United and Falcons.
In June 2016, Mercedes Benz Stadium construction finished, and the total cost for its repairment estimated around 1.6$ billion.
- The stadium Height is 305ft with 30 stories.
- Mercedes Benz Stadium Square Footage is 2 million sqft.
- Total Structural Steel is around 23,000 Tons.
- There are over 18,000 sheets of steel-shop drawings for the stadium job.
- The Halo Board is the 1st display of its kind ever found, which reaches 58 feet tall along with 1,100 linear feet around.
- Mercedes Benz Stadium is featured with the largest non-transparent LED video display in the world.
- There are more than 38.1 million LEDs available (including 38,193,665 LEDs.)
- The Mega Column Display is around 101 feet tall.
- Total LEDs in the Mega Column display reach 4,019,115.
- The stadium is equipped with more than 2,200 HD TV.
- Mercedes Benz Stadium is the 1st professional sports venue to be LEED platinum-certified.
In May 2010, it was reported that the Atlanta Falcons interested in replacing the Georgia Dome with a newly formed, open-air stadium. The stadium also persevered as a possible bid for a venue of the FIFA World Cup.