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Anyone who lives in the USA or visits regularly will know first-hand just how dedicated much of the population is to their sports, and the one that regularly comes out on top as the most popular is American football.

From famed clubs such at the Miami Dolphins to stars like Tom Brady as well as the fact that football coaches across the vast country are some of the most highly paid public employees, it’s clear to see that this sport holds high value as well as having worldwide appeal.

Nowhere does it better though than America itself and so if you are planning to pay a visit to the nation and combine your love of the sport with a trip to remember, consider these following five east coast destinations as the places where you will not only enjoy some incredible travel experiences, but witness some thrilling action on the field, too.

Charlotte, North Carolina

Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
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History buffs, science fans, NASCAR enthusiasts and football fans alike will find common ground in the North Carolina city of Charlotte. This major metropolis and commercial hub boasts a modern city centre which is home to the Levine Museum of the New South and the NASCAR Hall of Fame, which holds interactive exhibits and movies of this auto racing sport, while the U.S National Whitewater Centre also resides in the city.

Charlotte is home to the Carolina Panthers, who promise plenty of action on the field. The Panthers play in the National Football Conference (NFC) of the National Football League NFL and have won two conference championships, the first in 2003 and the second in 2015. Those looking to try their luck on their visit should check out the latest NFL odds of any upcoming games before placing their bets.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA skyline over Center City at sunset.

Pennsylvania’s largest city, Philadelphia, is considered to be the place where it all began for the United States as it is the location where the Founding Fathers met and formed a new country. Visitors can head to independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed, and take in a number of other important historical sites across the city. World-class museums, beautiful parks and the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where Sylvester Stallone ascended in the film ‘Rocky’, attract visitors in their large numbers each year.

American Football fans should head to Lincoln Financial Field in the South Philadelphia Sports Complex to see the Philadelphia Eagles in action. The team compete in the National Football League and have achieved four impressive NFL championships as well as one Superbowl win.

New York City, New York

Midtown and lower Manhattan in New York City from high perspective

The most populated city in the United States, New York City has so much to offer travellers, wherever their interests lie. From world-class museums and art galleries to shopping opportunities galore, Broadway musicals to delight in and tall buildings to scale; history, sports and great food is never far away and the city invites visitors to enjoy all they possibly can.

Baseball is big here and so is basketball, but NFL fans will be thrilled to combine a trip to this incredible city with some exciting action at the MetLife Stadium just five miles away in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The New York Jets take residence here for their home games as well the New York Giants, so you can expect double the chance of getting tickets to a great game.

Miami, Florida

Aerial view of South Pointe Park and South Beach in Miami Beach, Florida with Port Miami and City of Miami skyline in background.

Few beachside cities managed to achieve the perfect balance between coastal paradise and buzzing metropolis filled with art culture great food exciting nightlife and top notch shopping. With its art deco architecture and high end hotels In addition to water sports galore, the sun filled city of Miami is a must visit for anyone seeking the best of both worlds.

Famed worldwide, the Miami Dolphins have won two NFL championships, in 1973 and 1974, five conference titles and enjoyed an entire season undefeated (1972), remaining as popular as ever with home and international fans alike.

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts, USA skyline over Boston Common.

Well known for its top educational institutions, Boston expertly blends small town charm with all the ease of city life. Plenty of history can be uncovered in this New England financial and cultural centre, and sports its simply running through its veins.

The NFL’s New England Patriots have a home in the Gillette Stadium and the team has won no less than six NFL championships – in 2022, 2004, 2005, 2015, 2017 and 2019 – so expect to witness some great play here.

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