The venue has been serving as the home ground of Baltimore Ravens (NFL) since 1998 and hence often referred as "Ravens Stadium".
The M&T Bank Stadium is a multi-use stage, located in Russell Street, Baltimore, Maryland in the United States. The construction of the stadium began on 23rd July 1996 and took two years to complete with an expenditure of US$220 million. It finally opened its gates to the spectators on 6th September 1998. Populous (or HOK Sport) was the chief architecture firm that designed the stadium in a unique manner under the supervision of Getz Ventures (project managers). The stadium is managed by Baltimore Ravens (a professional American football team) and owned by Maryland Stadium Authority. In 2002, it was also used by the Baltimore Bayhawks (professional men's field lacrosse team) as their home ground. Initially, the ground has natural grass, but in 2003, Sportexe Momentum Turf was installed here. At present, it has Tifway 419 Bermuda Grass.
The American heavy metal band "Metallica" performed at the stadium on 4th July 2000.
The stadium is the venue that has hosted Army–Navy Games (an American college rivalry game) in 2000, 2007, 2014 and 2016.
The stadium played host to a contest between Notre Dame and Navy, held on 28th October 2006.
The first World Football Challenge between Chelsea and A.C. Milan was played here on 24th July 2009.
Irish rock band U2 has performed here on 22nd June 2011 as a part of their "U2 360° Tour" infront around 75,000 fans.
The stadium played host to the CONCACAF Gold Cup in 2013 and 2015.
On 24th October 2015, the stadium witnessed a Big Ten match-up between Maryland and Penn State which was won by the latter team with a score of 31–30.