This Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017 photo shows the Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta. The stadium opened Aug. 26, 2017, with a Falcons’ pre-season game against the Arizona Cardinals. (AP Photo/Mike Stewart)
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Atlanta's new $1.6 billion stadium -- home to the NFL's Falcons and the city's hugely popular pro soccer team -- has successfully risen, despite a series of construction delays over its complex retractable roof.Now, the dome next door that Mercedes-Benz Stadium was built to replace will soon be brought down with explosives.Now, Mercedes-Benz Stadium will host this season's College Football Playoff championship game, the Super Bowl in 2019 and the Final Four in 2020 .The stadium finally opened Aug. 26 with a Falcons' pre-season game against the Arizona Cardinals.
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