Cincinnati Bengals Tickets for Sale

The Cincinnati Bengals are a professional American football franchise that is based in Cincinnati, Ohio.  Members of the North Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) of the NFL their home stadium is Paul Brown Stadium in downtown Cincinnati.  The team is owned by Mike Brown and head coach is Marvin Lewis.  The team has won 2 Conference championships, 8 division championships and made 13 playoff appearances. Primary colors for the team are orange and black and their chief rivals are the Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, and Pittsburgh Steelers.  Founded in 1966 as a member of the AFL by former head coach Paul Brown who was head coach at the time.  Bengals fans have coined the chant “Who Dey” and has been in use for more than 30 years as well as being the name of the team mascot which is a Bengal tiger.  The Bengals are hoping for a better season than they have had over the last couple years in 2013 season for the third straight year, they were defeated in the playoff round and while the 2014 season started well enough they still finished at 10-5-1 as the 5th seed and lost to the Indianapolis Colts in the first round of the playoffs.  This year’s team quarterbacks are Andy Dalton, Josh Johnson, AJ McCarron and Keith Wenning.  The Cincinnati Bengals are hoping for a stellar season that culminates with a Super Bowl 50 win!

Paul Brown Stadium

This stadium opened August 19, 2000 at a cost of $455 million in 2000.  The surface of this stadium is one of the first to utilize the new UBU-Speed Series-S5-M Synthetic Turf.  Based in Cincinnati, Ohio and home to the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League and the Cincinnati Bearcats, the NCAA Athletic teams.  Naming of the stadium was relatively easy as they chose Bengal’s founder Paul Brown to bestow the honor upon.  The facility is nicknamed “The Jungle” an allusion to the Bengal tiger’s natural habitat.  Mostly used for sporting events the facility is also used annually for the Queen City Classic Chess Tournament, The Macy’s Music Festival is held there yearly also.  2012 was the first year the stadium hosted a major concert event.  Seating capacity at The Jungle is 65,535 with seating options for 114 private suites and 7600 club seats available for purchase.  Amenities include in-seat food and beverage service and access to the club lounges for fine dining options.  The stadium’s logo was designed by John Winger, then student of Graphic design at the University of Cincinnati.  Paul Brown Stadium is the only football stadium to make the list of “America’s favorite 150 buildings and structures”.  Paul Brown Stadium ranked 101 on the list of skyscrapers, museums, churches, hotels, national memorials and more.  No other football team stadium ranked, and among sports venues, only Wrigley Field and Yankee Stadium.