The Buffalo Bills have released more renderings of the team’s new stadium that is expected to be completed by fall 2026.
The latest renderings show an exterior side view of the stadium, a field-level view from the back of one end zone, a close-up of an exterior from which fans can enter the facility and a zoomed-out aerial shot of the exterior.
The new stadium will be built across the street from their current home, Highmark Stadium. At the location where construction for the new facility will take place are parking lots. Currently, the Bills’ training facility sits just due south of Highmark Stadium.
The Bills have been working with Legends Project Development and stadium architectural firm Populous to come up with the design:
The Bills new stadium is projected to have a 62,000 capacity and will be an open-air stadium with a canopy over the top. Since games in Buffalo are known to face wintry conditions, Populous said the canopy will cover approximately 65% of the seating.
The projected cost of the stadium will be $1.4 billion, with $850 million coming from taxpayers in the state. The project is expected to be completed before the start of the 2026 season.
Highmark Stadium originally opened in 1973 and was deemed too expensive to renovate. A state study in November pegged renovation costs at $862 million.