Home to the Detroit Lions, Ford Field is one of the newer indoor stadiums in the United States. Built in 2002, it cost approximately 430 million dollars to complete, and is located adjacent to Detroit's professional baseball team’s stadium, Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers. The indoor stadium has already become a landmark of the city; named after Henry Ford’s car company (the same company which helped furnish the arena), the stadium has been noted as one of the city’s key ingredients in economic recovery. The Lions, who play their home games in the indoor arena, have also recently become a far more successful football team than in the past. In the 2011-12 NFL season, the team, led by star wideout Calvin Johnson and quarterback Matthew Stafford, went to the playoffs for the first time in years. The arena is consistently ranked as one of the top arenas in professional sports, and even hosted Super Bowl XL in February 2006. In the game, the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Seattle Seahawks to win the NFL Championship. The building has also hosted several major concerts, as Detroit is home to some of the Rock ‘n Roll industry’s greatest bands.