SunTrust Field in Atlanta, Georgia, home of the Atlanta Falcons, is home to the NFC Championship game between the Atlanta Braves and the New York Giants.
SunTrust is home of both the NFC East and NFC West, the NFC South and NFC North.
Suntrust Field, which opened in 2003, hosted the NFC Divisional Playoff game between New England Patriots and the Miami Dolphins in January of 2009.
It hosted the Super Bowl between the Denver Broncos and the Green Bay Packers in February of 2009 and the Superdome game between Green Bay and New England in February 2011.
SunTac, which has been the home of professional soccer teams the Seattle Sounders and the San Francisco 49ers since 2003, opened in 2011.
SunTrust Stadium was designed by John W. Campbell, who designed the Olympic Stadium and the Levi’s Stadium in Los Angeles and the Olympic Village in New York City.
In 2010, SunTrust was named a National Historic Landmark.
The Falcons have played at SunTec Stadium in Houston since 1997.
The Atlanta Falcons played at Georgia Dome in Atlanta before they moved to SunTrust, the Falcons’ home in Atlanta.