Cleveland Browns Tickets for Sale
The Cleveland Browns are a professional American football franchise based in Cleveland, Ohio. They are members of the AFC North Division of the National Football League. The team plays all their home games at the FirstEnergy Stadium, the official colors for the team are orange, brown and white and the Browns are unique in that they have no logo on their helmets. Founded in 1945 and currently owned by Jimmy Haslam, President of operations is Alec Scheiner, GM is Ray Farmer and head coach is Mike Pettine. The team has won 8 League Championships, 11 Conference championships, 12 Division championships, and 28 playoff appearances. Since resuming operations in 1999, the team has had a 84-172 record through the 2014 season. A 2006 study conducted by Bizjournal determined that the Browns have the most loyal fan base in the NFL, while the study does not claim to have any scientific base they used attendance records and noted that the Cleveland Browns Stadium fans filled 98% of the seats during the last seven seasons and the most visible hardcore fans can be found in the section called the “Dawg Pound” a name adopted in 1984 after members of the team used it to described the teams defense. The most prominent members of Browns fans is the Browns Backers Worldwide (BBW) and clubs can be found worldwide with the largest club being in Phoenix, AZ. This year’s Quarterbacks consist of players, Thad Lewis, Johnny Manziel, Josh McCown and Connor Shaw.
FirstEnergy Stadium is the current name of the home stadium of the National Football League’s Cleveland Browns. Cost to build this beautiful open air stadium in 1997 was $283 million. Architect was HOK Sport now Populous along with Robert P. Madison International Inc., and Ralph Tyler Companies. The multi-purpose stadium is located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio and serves also as venue for other events such as college and high school football games, soccer games and concerts. Seating capacity for the stadium is 73,200. A section of 10,644 bleacher seats whose occupants are revered as some of the most passionate fans in football. Similar to the original Dawg Pound in Cleveland Municipal Stadium and the only difference is this new design contains two levels of bleachers instead of one. Prior to 2012 this stadium was one of only a handful of other stadiums have done and that is not sale the naming rights to the stadium itself. But instead chose to sale naming rights for the four entrance gates, when current owner Tennessee businessman Jimmy Haslam bought the team he announced his plans to sale naming rights. FirstEnergy Corporation, the Akron-based utility that serves most of northeastern Ohio bought naming rights for the stadium. This stadium hosts many local events for and hosted the 2006 FIFA World Cup between the United States and Venezuela in the run-up.