Denver Broncos Tickets
About Denver Broncos
The Denver Broncos are one of the most successful teams in the NFL. Playing their first game in 1960, the Broncos are members of the American Football Conference West division. Bronco tickets are prized throughout the Rocky Mountain region, as the beloved team is practically the beating heart of the entire region.
History of the Denver Broncos
The Broncos did not have their first winning season until 1973. After recovering from their initial losing streak, the Broncos have gone on to win eight AFC championships and three Super Bowls.
Broncos tickets often sell out due to fan excitement for the team, and Denver Broncos schedules throughout the years have featured numerous superstar players suited up in orange, navy blue and white. Denver fans have witnessed the athleticism of four Pro Football Hall of Fame players at various times over the last 56 years. Quarterback John Elway, running back Floyd Little, offensive lineman Gary Zimmerman, and tight-end Shannon Sharpe all became Hall of Famers due to phenomenal seasons in Denver.
The Denver Broncos Stadium
You can get Denver Broncos tickets for sale for home games played at the Sports Authority Field at Mile High, built in 2001. The field is located in the Sun Valley section of Denver, meaning it’s directly accessible by light rail, and is easily accessible by highway and thoroughfare as well. So if you live in the area, there’s pretty much no excuse not to pick up Broncos tickets this season.
After the $535 million Sports Authority Field at Mile High was built, the Mile High Stadium where the Broncos played their first 40 seasons was demolished. You can even take a tour of the Sports Authority Field at Mile High to see the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame Museum and team entrance tunnel, among other gems. And snagging cheap Broncos tickets means you’ll have plenty of cash leftover to hit up the team store before or after the game for all the foam fingers and team jerseys you could ever want.
Did you know these facts about the Denver Broncos?
- Current Denver mayor, Michael Hancock, was the Broncos team mascot during the 1986 season.
- The Broncos are often referenced on the TV show "South Park" because creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone were huge Broncos fans as kids.
- "Orange Crush" was the former nickname of the team's popular 3-4 defense due to the team's bright orange jerseys.
The biggest Denver Broncos rivalries
Denver Broncos preseason tickets are currently for sale. And if you pick up Bronco tickets for the regular season today, before they sell out, you can witness several great NFL rivalries in person.
Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs
With 112 games under their belts thus far, this rivalry dates back to 1960 when both teams competed in the same division of the American Football League, the AFL Western Conference. Perhaps the greatest moment of this rivalry came in 1992 when John Elway experienced eight game-winning drives, the most he ever did in one game.
Denver Broncos vs. Oakland Raiders
Broncos tickets are for sale for this rivalry game that will take place early next year. The two teams have played each other 113 times, and this rivalry dates back to 1977. The Broncos beat the Raiders during the 1977 playoffs, winning their first AFC championship. At this time, the Raiders were the defending Super Bowl champions, and the Broncos were experiencing their first playoff run ever.
The NFL Broncos schedule is heating up, so purchase your Broncos preseason tickets while you still have the chance!
Denver Broncos Team Schedule