Oakland Raiders Games are Some of the Biggest

By on August 7, 2016
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The Oakland Raiders have enjoyed years of success, and have some of the most devoted fans in all of the NFL. For a team that’s been around for years, like the Raiders, it’s inevitable that there will be rough patches in the team’s history, but it’s exactly these droughts that breed the devotion of their fans. As such, the Raiders have a strong fan base, and they just keep adding more and more to their ranks because of their unique style of play. Tickets to Oakland Raiders games are always loved, by both your friends and family members.

Over the years, the Raiders have had various levels of success, but on the national stage, the team saw its greatest levels during the late 70s and early 80s. They have won four championships; one in 1967 when they were still a part of the AFL, and then three Super Bowl Championship: 1976, 1980, and 1983. They are now in the AFC, and they have won the conference championship a total of four times, the most recent being in 2002. Since then, the team has definitely seen their share of struggles, but now appear to be past that and well into the rebuilding phase. They have a number of very strong players on their team currently, following the team’s tradition of having some of the best players in the NFL. They have had several players go onto the Pro Football Hall of Fame, such as George Blanda, Art Shell, Marcus Lott, and Howie Long.

The Raiders currently play their home games at the Oakland Alameda Coliseum. Thanks to the fact that the Raiders were once based out of Los Angeles, this team has developed fierce rivalries with a handful of other South Californian teams, like the Los Angeles Chargers and the Los Angeles Rams. Tickets to Oakland Raiders games when these teams are in town are always some of the most highly sought after tickets in all of the NFL. If you’ve never been to a Raiders game, these are likely the ones that you will find to be the most exciting.

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