No Fumbles Here—PETA Names 2023’s Top Vegan-Friendly NFL Stadiums

NFL stadiums are upping their game when it comes to vegan eats, and we have the scoop on some of the most exciting menu items for the 2023 season. These top stadiums have been adding animal-friendly fare for compassionate football fans to enjoy while watching their favorite teams. Expanding options that are free of meat, eggs, and dairy is a real game-changer for countless animals, including loving pigs, intelligent chickens, and playful cows who are used by the meat, egg, and dairy industries.

So let’s kick off football season with 2023’s top five vegan-friendly NFL stadiums.*

Lumen Field (Seattle Seahawks)

Some of the options you can find at the Seahawks’ home field include the following:

  • Vegan hot dog
  • Vegan jackfruit curry
  • Vegan mac and cheese
  • Vegan nachos
  • Veggie burger

closeup photo of vegan nachos with jackfruit meat and peppers

You can also find other options that could be vegan—just confirm it at the concession stand and remove any nonvegan ingredients if possible. Try veganized versions of the following items:

  • Black bean tacos (order without cheese)
  • Tofu bánh mì (ask about mayonnaise)
  • Tofu noodle bowl (order without the marinated soy egg)

Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta Falcons)

Soar into vegan heaven at the home of the Falcons, where you can try these options and others:

  • Beyond vegan burger or sausage
  • Buffalo cauliflower wrap
  • Moe’s veggie burrito, veggie burrito bowl, or veggie nachos (order without cheese)
  • Vegan hot dog with baked beans and vegan cheese sauce
  • Vegan mac and cheese

Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis Colts)

Need something to power you while supporting your fave team? Try these tasty vegan items:

  • LightLife Indiana Burger
  • Rice bowl with black beans
  • Vegan chicken tenders or fajitas (available in clubs and suites)
  • Veggie hummus wrap

hand holding a vegan lightlife veggie burger, resting on a red football helmet with a stadium in the background

Ford Field (Detroit Lions)

Intercept your hunger with the following animal-friendly options:

  • Vegan hibachi bowl
  • Vegan jackfruit sandwich
  • Veggie burger
  • Veggie wrap

takeout container filled with sauteed vegetables on a bed of rice

Allegiant Stadium (Las Vegas Raiders)

This up-and-coming venue is a top prospect, with options that include the following:

  • Beyond Bratwurst
  • Garden Burger
  • Quinoa Salad Wrap
  • Vegan 420 pizza slice
  • Vegan Funfetti Cake
  • Vegan grilled cheese

If you aren’t visiting one of these venues this season, don’t worry. Most stadiums around the country offer at least one vegan entrée, and many offer several. The San Francisco 49ers’ Levi’s Stadium offers a vegan hot dog and two kinds of vegan burgers. Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium, home of the Rams and the Chargers, serves Beyond Meat sausages and vegan chicken nuggets, and the Minnesota Vikings’ U.S. Bank Stadium has a vegan sloppy joe.

And if you’re chowing down outside the stadium before or after the game, check out our guide on how to order vegan at chain restaurants.

*Note: Menu items and ingredients are subject to change. Always confirm that items are vegan when you’re at the concession stand.

Did your favorite team’s stadium miss the cut?

No need to feel down and out—there’s always next season. If you want to see a menu expanded, ask your hometown stadium for more vegan options. And if you’re watching the games from afar, check out our guides to football fare, vegan hot dogs, and vegan chicken wings.

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