M&T Bank Stadium
|"The Bank", "The Nest", “The Asylum”|
|Former names||Ravens Stadium at Camden Yards (1998–1999)|
PSINet Stadium (1999–2002)
Ravens Stadium (2002–2003)
M&T Bank Stadium (2003–present)
|Location||1101 Russell Street|
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
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|Broke ground||July 23, 1996|
|Opened||September 6, 1998|
|Owner||Maryland Stadium Authority|
Sportexe Momentum Turf (2003–2009)
Sportexe Momentum 51 (2010-Present)
|Construction cost||$220 million|
($NaN in 2016 dollars)
|Architect||HOK Sport (now Populous)|
|Structural engineer||Bliss and Nyitray, Inc.|
|General Contractor||The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company|
|Tenants||Baltimore Ravens (NFL) (1998–present)|
Baltimore Bayhawks (MLL) (2002)
Crab Bowl Classic (2005, 2010)
Face-Off Classic (2007– )
Day of Rivals (2009– )
M&T Bank Stadium is the home football stadium of the Baltimore Ravens. It is in downtown Baltimore, Maryland. The Ravens moved into M&T Bank Stadium in 1998 after spending a two years in Memorial Stadium. M&T Bank Stadium has also hosted the NCAA Lacrosse Final Four in 2003, 2004 and 2007.
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