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It?s not hard to miss the Paul Brown Stadium, a gigantic landmark in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Paul Brown Stadium is a multi-purpose sports and recreation stadium located at the heart of the city. This 65,535-seater stadium is the home of the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League (NFL). Opened on August 19, 2000, the stadium was named after Hall of Famer coach Paul Brown, which makes the stadium the only one to be named after a person and not a corporation. Paul Brown was the legendary coach who founded the Bengals, as well as its Ohio cousin, the Cleveland Browns.

Nicknamed ?The Jungle?, the stadium sports a jungle motif of orange and black. Aside from hosting the Bengals? games, it also hosts other sporting events such as NCAA Football. It also hosts non-sports events such as concerts, shows, the yearly Macy?s Music Festival, and Queen City Classic Chess Tournament.
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