The Atlanta Falcons Show Georgia What Football is About
The Atlanta Falcons are one of the most popular professional football teams in the Southern half of the United States, joining the NFL as an expansion team in 1965. They have a huge following of devoted fans, and thanks to this, tickets to Atlanta Falcons games are always big money movers. If you haven’t seen this team play before, then you’re missing out on a great team. Whether they are playing well, or struggling, this is one team that always generates excitement. Act fast so that you can get the seats you want before they sell out.
The Falcons played their first season in 1966, and they have played in one Super Bowl since then, Super Bowl XXXIII. Although they’ve never won a Championship game, they have made the playoffs many times, and they have had several players go into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Some of the legends to play here include Deion Sanders, Claude Humphrey, and Chris Doleman. Several of the players on the team right now have Hall of Fame potential, especially if they keep up the intense level of play that they have shown they are capable of. The Falcons have a fierce rivalry with the New Orleans Saints, although it isn’t as big as some of the other rivalries in the NFL might be. But they have played each other almost 100 times, and the Falcons have only a narrow margin of victory ahead of them. This is one of the biggest games of the year, if you are looking for some of the more popular tickets to their games.
Right now, all of the Falcons’ home games are played at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia. Starting with the 2017 season however, they will be playing at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, also in Atlanta. Regardless of where they play though, home, away, new stadium, or old, the Falcons are one of the more popular teams right now in the NFL. Tickets to Atlanta Falcons games are hot items, and often sell out. If you’re planning on being in Atlanta, or if you will be in a city where the Falcons are playing, games are always fun for friends, coworkers, and family.