Buffalo Bills reveal stunning pictures of its new $1.4BILLION stadium scheduled to open in Orchard Park in the fall 2026 – with work ‘set to start on the project next month’
The Bills have revealed impressive new renderings of their upcoming stadium, which is scheduled to open for the AFC powerhouse in 2026.
The team have played at Highmark Stadium – previously known as Ralph Wilson Stadium – since 1973, and work on Buffalo’s new home will begin in April according to Spectrum News 1.
The new stadium will be a stone’s throw from their current Orchard Park home, on the other side of Abbott Road, and renderings depict a state-of-the-art facility with a sleek outside design.
The project is set to cost $1.4billion according to Front Office Sports, with New York State committing $600million to the project.
The rest of the funding will come from the team, who are providing $550million while Erie County chips in $250million.
Buffalo is one of the NFL’s best teams, and went 13-3 last season before falling in the wild card round of the playoffs.
The new stadium renderings show an innovative new home for one of the league’s best teams
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