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Touchdown! Vegetarian-Friendly NFL Stadiums

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If “fantasy football” for you means a stadium where healthy foods are more abundant than foam fingers, check out this year’s ranking of the top five most vegetarian-friendly stadiums in the NFL.

Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia Eagles)
Defending last year’s title, Lincoln Financial claims top honors again with a “dream team” of tasty, healthy vegetarian options for Eagles fans. Their taste buds get some Philadelphia freedom from boring burgers and dogs, with faux-steak and “chicken-steak” sandwiches, a brand-new seitan brisket, veggie dogs, black-bean and garden burgers, and vegetable wraps. In premium dining areas, fans can also choose a grilled vegetable hoagie, fresh roasted vegetables, hummus with pita chips, fruit, or a vegetable platter.

O.co Coliseum (Oakland Raiders)
With the Raiders showing signs this season of turning things around, it’s the perfect time for fans to turn around their health by enjoying low-fat, protein-packed, delicious vegetarian meals. The team already has one “super bowl” this year: the delicious veggie burrito bowl. The stadium also offers the classic veggie burrito, veggie dog, and veggie burger in concessions and a chipotle black-bean burger, grilled portobello sandwich, grilled vegetables, hummus, crudités, and fruit in premium areas.

Lambeau Field (Green Bay Packers)
Packers fans might be inspired to do the Aaron Rodgers championship belt touchdown dance after sinking their teeth into a mouthwatering, meat-free bratwurst or veggie burger. They can also stay lean and green with such choices as the grilled vegetable pasta salad, peanutty dan dan noodles, spicy orange chili glass noodles, vegetables with hummus, quinoa, warm black-eyed pea salad, baked potato, and the classic PB&J.

Gillette Stadium (New England Patriots)
Gillette Stadium has more delicious vegetarian options than the Pats have weapons on offense. This is the stadium’s first time on our list, but we’re betting that with foods like these, it won’t be the last. Choices include a veggie burger and veggie dog, hummus with vegetables, and fruit cups, and in premium areas, a vegetable gyro and a fresh fruit plate.

Georgia Dome (Atlanta Falcons)
Between sampling the delicious vegetarian options and watching Tony Gonzalez climb the all-time receptions list, Georgia Dome is the place to be for animal-friendly football fans. Birds of a feather are flocking to the concessions stands for veggie burgers, veggie dogs, PB&J, vegetables with hummus, salads, and fruit cups. In premium areas, fans can order grilled vegetable pasta salad, peanutty dan dan noodles, spicy orange chili glass noodles, quinoa, warm black-eyed pea salad, or an Eden Organic berry mix.

Scoring honorable mentions are the San Diego Chargers’ Qualcomm Stadium, the Seattle Seahawks’ CenturyLink Field, the San Francisco 49ers’ Candlestick Park, and the Detroit Lions’ Ford Field.

Football fans don’t have to leave their health to a last-minute Hail Mary.

They can start and finish strong with foods that don’t cause unnecessary roughness to their bodies or to animals and that taste so good that fans won’t care if they get fined for excessive celebration.

This post originally appears on PETA.org.

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  • Scott says:

    Have you seen Soy Happy’s vegetarian guide to NFL stadiums? It’s an amazing resource! This organization does great, great work.

  • Ash says:

    OMG! This is great! My boyfriend is going to love this!

  • Brandie says:

    I am a football fan and there never seemed to be anything healthy and meat-free to enjoy, now there are tons of options. Guess that means I will be seeing more games now!

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