Oakland Raiders Tickets for Sale

  The Oakland Raiders professional football franchise was established as a member of the Western division in the NFL since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger.  They play home games in O.co Coliseum (Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum) located at 7000 Coliseum Way and offers a seating capacity of up to 64,200.  The Raiders fight song is The Autumn Wind and their mascot is Raider Rusher, owner of the franchise is Mark Davis, GM of operations is Marc Badian and new head coach for the team this year is Jack Del Rio.  Since 1963, the Raiders have won fifteen division titles, three AFL and twelve NFL, three Super Bowls, four AFC titles and an AFL Championship.  The Raiders look like they are ready for the season with only a few minor bumps like, receiver Andre Holmes broke his hand and will be out for a few weeks and coaches are worried about his playing performance now for the season.  The Raiders are one of three teams (Raiders, Chargers, and Rams) in talks to possibly move to LA with only room for two teams.  Six year veteran safety Taylor Mays was signed by the Oakland Raiders after the Lions released him.  Mays has in his four season managed to tally 98 tackles and one forced fumble and is reuniting with former college coach Ken Norton Jr. in Oakland.   Expect to see more of #52 OLB Khalil Mack during his second year with the Raiders, his sensational rookie season and extensive training at defensive end during training camp proved Mack is very good at going after the quarterback so it will be interesting to see how Coach Jack Del Rio utilizes him during this season. 

O.co Coliseum

Formerly the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum then the facility was called Network Associates Coliseum, then Overstock.com Coliseum they are located in Oakland, California.  This facility houses the Oakland A’s of MLB, Oakland Raiders AFL/NFL. It is the only multi-purpose stadium left to serve as a full time home to both a Major League Baseball team and a National Football League team.  The facility has a seating capacity of 35,067 for Baseball and has standing room to up that number to 37,090 and that is expandable to 55,057.  Seating for football is 56,057 expandable to 64,200. The coliseum contains 6300 club seats of which 2700 are available for Athletics games and 143 luxury suites and the cost to construct the facility was $25 million from start to completion. Currently the second smallest NFL stadium by seating capacity and the second smallest MLB by seating capacity.  O.co Coliseum is part of the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum complex, which consists of the stadium and neighboring Oracle Arena. 

Owner of the Coliseum is Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority, the city of Oakland and Alameda County. The aerial view of this Coliseum is stunning in its vastness fans love the open-air seating with beautiful views of the city.