In 2010, the Jets touched down in their new home. Check out the images below to find out what MetLife Stadium has to offer.
The Jets new home is located slightly northeast of the current stadium. That, however, is where the similarities end. From wider, cushioned seats to world-class restaurants, the new stadium features dramatic improvements at every turn.
The new stadium is just over the river from the world's most famous skyline. Now, thanks to improved roadways and a new rail line, getting there has never been easier.
The 50-yard line isn't just for players anymore. It now stretches all the way from the field, through the concourse, and out to the new 50-yard line plaza and the parking lot.
You might want to take your time walking into the game. That will let you take in the punt-pass-kick competitions, new food and beverage concessions, live radio and TV broadcasts, and massive tailgate party happening outside the gates.
If you want to "make a day" out of gameday, you're in luck: the new 300,000 square foot plaza area has hours of fun and activities for the whole family to explore.
Can't wait to get to the game? You won't have to. A new train will start in New York's Penn Station and end - less than 20 minutes later - right at the SAP/Train gate. The train line is under construction and expected to be running when the stadium opens.
Isn't it time the Jets played in a stadium that bleeds green on gameday? We thought so, too. It's been half a century in the making, but the Jets are finally the home team.
Gameday will never be the same! With 82,500 seats, four huge high definition video screens, and a state-of-the-art sound system, the Jets will look - and sound - better than ever.
With eight times more concession stands and three times the restrooms, you'll be back to your seat in time for the next play.
Coaches Club guest privileges start way before you reach your seat. Guests enter the stadium through a private entrance and have their own concourse.
With the Toyota Coaches Club on-field patio, the only seat closer to the action is on the Jets bench!
Toyota Coaches Club guests can retreat to their exclusive lounge for a snack, drink, upscale meal, or all three. All of the food and non-alcoholic beverages are included in the Toyota Coaches Club seat season ticket price.
View of Inside the MetLife 50 Club
Guests in the Chase & Lexus Clubs can look forward to upscale dining from their private club restaurant.
The Chase & Lexus Clubs were designed by premier restaurant and hotel architect David Rockwell, renowned for spaces like New York City's Nobu and the W Hotel.
Both private lounges of the Chase & Lexus Clubs feature comfortable seating, flat panel TVs, and climate control, so you can come in from the cold - or the heat - and never miss a moment of the game.
Suites at MetLife Stadium will provide a private space for groups of up to 24 guests to entertain, dine, and enjoy the game.