Blast the Gun ‘N Roses, and gear up to enter the home of your Bengals.
Tired of sharing Riverfront Stadium with the Reds, by the mid-1990s your Bengals requested a new ground to pounce around. Enter Paul Brown Stadium, named after the man responsible for bringing the professional gridiron action to Cincinnati. Taking a little more than two years to build, the new stadium debuted in 2000, and ever since, 65,000 of the fiercest fans in the league have been packing in and roaring loud enough to be heard in Kentucky. Suit up for another season of Sundays in “The Jungle.”