Tennessee Titans Tickets for Sale

     One of the 32 NFL Franchises and based in Nashville, TN the Tennessee Titans are members of the South division of the AFC.  The team was previously known as the Houston Oilers when they began play in 1960 in Houston Tx, they wer relocated to Tennessee in 1997 and changed their name to the Tennessee Titans.  The team now plays all of their home games at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, the stadium is located at 1 Titans Way and boasts a seating capacity of 69,143 the venue is home not only to the Titans but also the Tennessee State Tigers football (NCAA) and the Music City Bowl (NCAA) is played there every year and has since 1999.  The Titans are owned by KSA Industries, Susie Smith and Amy Adams Hunt Co-Chair, Steve Underwood is the CEO & President while the Titans GM is Ruston Webster.  Head coach is former Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt who was known during his NFL career for his successful offensive background.  The Titans are giving QB Marcus Mariota, former Oregon Ducks QB and last year’s Heisman Trophy winner the chance of a lifetime coaches shocked some this year by putting their rookie QB in as starting Quarter Back.  Mariota fans are saying this is the chance of a lifetime for the Titans as this player brings nothing but excellence to the field with him.  Coach Whisenhunt says that Mariota plays strong and is constantly trying to improve his game and thinks Marcus is going to be a great choice to lead the Titans in the 2015 season.  

LP Field

LP Field is home to the Tennessee Titans of the National Football League or NFL, the Tennessee State Tigers football (NCAA) and also the Music City Bowl (NCAA).  Located at 1 Titans Way in Nashville, Tn and owned by the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County.  The facility has a seating capacity of 69, 143 seats.  The funds for the proposed stadium were raised with what is known as personal seat licenses.  Which is a paid license that entitles the holder to the right to buy season tickets for a certain seat in a stadium.  The holder can even sale the seat license later if they choose not to use it.  However, if the seat license holder does not sale or renew their PSL they forfeit the license back to the team. 

Naming of the stadium has been quite the story in the making.  First naming rights were bought by Adelphia Business Solutions and the stadium was named Aldelphia Coliseum in a 15 year, $30 million naming rights deal until Aldelphia missed a scheduled payment and then later filed bankruptcy in 2002, the agreement was abandoned and the stadium name was up for grabs again.  The new naming rights owner Nashville-based Louisiana-Pacific which is marketed as “LP Building Products” is paying $30 million over ten years for naming rights. LP’s influence in getting the stadium to use their products has been overwhelming, they even created a building zone under the scoreboards that have been decorated to look like suburban homes using LP products.