Located in Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Browns Stadium is home to the city's NFL franchise. The stadium sits at North Coast Harbor. Neighboring venues include the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Great Lakes Science Center. The $349 million stadium was opened in 1999 and sits on the former site of Cleveland Municipal Stadium, which was the old home of the Browns. The 73,200-seat venue is owned by the City of Cleveland and was built as part of a deal with the NFL to reactivate the franchise after moving to Baltimore. It was designed by the firm Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum and is comprised mostly of concrete and glass. While the naming rights to the stadium were never sold, the City of Cleveland did decide to offer rights to each of the four gates around the venue which are named after Steris Corporation, CoreComm Inc., Cleveland Clinic Sports Health and National City Bank. The stadium itself does not have a parking facility, but nearby lots are available at the Port Authority and Great Lakes Science Center. The famous 'Dawg Pound' from the old Cleveland Municipal Stadium has been recreated in the east section of Cleveland Browns Stadium and is comprised of 10,644 bleacher seats. While primarily serving as a pro football facility, the stadium also holds a number of other sporting events that include high school and collegiate football, as well as international soccer matches. The United States has played a pair of matches, both victories over Venezuela in 2006 and Germany in 2010.
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