Where located: Cleveland
"Somewhere in Baltimore, LeBron James is rooting for the Ravens." At least that's probably the most common nightmare for any Cleveland sports fan. The city's golden son left the Cavs without a trophy and may as well have insisted that Cleveland does not, in fact, rock, on his way to Miami. The Browns left without a Super Bowl, deciding they wanted to do that as the Baltimore Ravens instead.
Cleveland got a shiny new Browns team in 1999 with a shiny new stadium, appropriately named Cleveland Browns Stadium, and is the second-cheapest stadium for fans, according to Team Marketing Report. With a Fan Cost Index of $330.90, the stadium was built on the same site as the original Browns' field, which had seen 17 postseason games over nearly 50 years. The new stadium has architectural gaps with views of downtown Cleveland.
The stadium has the lowest average ticket price at $54.20, down nearly 1 percent from last season. It is also the only stadium among the five cheapest to see a drop in its Fan Cost Index year over year.
In addition to the comparably low fan cost, the Browns also offer discounts on four-game packages and $5 off tickets to the stadium's family zone, which includes kids' menus and is alcohol-free. Then again, maybe hire a sitter; Browns Stadium has the cheapest average beer in the league at $5.00.