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About Baltimore Ravens
The Baltimore Ravens take the field in the modern M&T Bank Stadium in their eponymous Baltimore. Don't miss your chance to see the team work their way to another playoff season. Ravens tickets tend to go quickly, so check the Raven's schedule before you decide which game to attend.
History of the Ravens
Baltimore has had a strange history of swapping teams — their first pro football team moved to Charm City (Baltimore's preferred nickname) in 1946. But by 1984, they'd packed up and moved to Indianapolis. Baltimore went without a team of their own for more than a decade, a dry spell that ended in 1996 when the Cleveland Browns up and moved to Baltimore, becoming the Ravens. Luckily, they've stayed put, and tickets to Ravens games have remained a hot seller ever since.
Ever since the first Baltimore Ravens schedule was announced in 1996, the team has hit some memorable milestones. In their first year in Baltimore, the team sold out every game, despite a 4-12 record for the year. That included all Baltimore Ravens preseason tickets, which continue to sell almost as well as regular season games. Just five years after the team started playing in Baltimore, the entire city got Ravens fever in the wake of a Super Bowl win in 2001.
The Baltimore Ravens stadium
Ravens game tickets get you a seat at M&T Bank Stadium. The Ravens' home was constructed as part of the agreement to get them to move franchise locations. It was originally known as the Ravens Stadium at Camden Yards, but the naming rights later went to PSINet as part of a partnership agreement.
M&T Bank Stadium is known as one of the most fan-accessible locations in the National Football League. Amenities, accessibility, concessions and capacity all make this a great stadium. It can seat more than 70,000 screaming fans for each game, and the team often takes the field in front of a sold-out crowd. Ravens football tickets go quickly, so get yours on today.
Did you know these facts about the Baltimore Ravens?
- When Steven J. Bisciotti bought the franchise, he became the second-youngest owner in the league.
- The team name was chosen after an exhaustive amount of research that included an attempt to retake the name "Colts."
- The first player ever drafted by the Ravens was Jonathan Ogden, who would go on to play in 11 Pro Bowls before retiring in 2008.
The biggest Baltimore Ravens rivalries
The Ravens have a few rivalries in the league that fans always look forward to seeing.
Baltimore Ravens vs Cleveland Browns
It will come as no surprise that the Cleveland Browns are considered a long-time Ravens rival, and Ravens tickets for these games are hard to come by.
Baltimore Ravens vs Pittsburgh Steelers
Ravens vs Steelers games drive the price of Baltimore Raven tickets through the roof as both Steelers and Ravens fans flock to the stadium.
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Baltimore Ravens Team Schedule