All you need to know about NFL Teams

The National Football League (NFL) is a multi-billion dollar business that offers American football to millions of fans across the globe. The league holds regular-season games on Sunday mornings starting from October through January. It also showcases its events such as the Hall of Fame Game (which featured Donaghy vs Jackson in 1989), Super Bowl, All-Star Games, and Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on each of its networks. The game is broadcasted globally through syndicated television and radio affiliates as well as printed media including newspapers, magazines, and broadcast networks. The National Football League comprises 32 NFL teams split evenly between the two conferences: the National Football Conference and the American Football Conference. In this article, you will learn about all 32 NFL teams. We will give you detailed info about each team. So let’s begin!

Baltimore Ravens (NFL Teams)

The Baltimore Ravens are a professional American football team established in Baltimore. They compete in the National Football League as a member club of the American Football Conference North division. The team plays its home games at M&T Bank Stadium and is headquartered in Owings Mills, Maryland. With an average fan base of around 61,000, the team is one of the most popular in American professional sports. Headquartered in Maryland with a big market share in neighboring Washington D.C., that gives the Ravens an advantage over most other cities when it comes to TV ratings.

The team was founded in 1901 and consists of current and former NFL players Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Aaron Smith, Lardarius Webb, Paul Kruger, Haloti Ngata, and Dennis Pitta. The team has won five divisional championships, two Super Bowl titles, and earned three postseason berths during its history. Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley presented the team with an honorary state flag during its launch in 2008.

Cincinnati Bengals (NFL Teams)

The Cincinnati Bengals have made it to six AFC Championships during their fourteen-year existence and won a championship in 2000. The team is one of only two teams in American professional sports to have won the Super Bowl during both regular season and playoff play during the past decade, along with the New England Patriots. As one of the top collectibles brands in sports merchandise, The Bengals have won multiple trophies including- Most Valuable Player (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007), Most Valuable Player Award (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011), AFC Championship game (2006)

The Cincinnati Bengals are one of the most storied franchises in American sport and, since their foundation in 1960, have participated in six world championships. The franchise has also produced some of the most successful players in NFL history, including J.J. Watt, Adam “Inky” Brown, Rex Alger, and Mike Modano. Among current players on the team are long-time captain Jonathan Newsome, strong safety George Iloka, cornerback Adam Jones and running back Cedric Peerman.

Cleveland Browns (NFL Teams)

While the Cleveland Browns are not as well known as their more storied counterparts in other sports, their ten years in existence is still an impressive feat. On February 13, 2018, the team released a statement through their Twitter account acknowledging the efforts of their fans throughout the years in supporting them “despite obstacles and hardships”. Despite being in the midst of a rebuilding process following a Super Bowl loss to the Atlanta Falcons the previous year, the Browns still managed to earn more than $1 billion in revenues during their time in existence. Credit or debit cards are the primary means by which fans purchase Browns merchandise and season tickets.

The team plays in the league’s oldest stadium, FirstEnergy Stadium, and is known for its hard-hitting style of play and tradition. They have been active in the community since 1918 when they played their first game at the newly constructed Cleveland Stadium. From there, they quickly established a strong following as one of the top teams in the league for many years. With only fifteen teams in the league at its inception, there was never any uncertainty as to who would be the best team in its division.

Pittsburg Steelers (NFL Teams)

Steelers are a professional American football team established in Pittsburgh. Founded in 1933, the Steelers stand as the seventh-oldest franchise in the NFL and the oldest franchise in the AFC. Just like their name suggests the team plays in the Heinz Field stadium, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates (NFL) and the Western Pennsylvania Tourism Administration (WPTA). The team plays its home games at Heinz Field, home of the NFL’s longest-tenured tenant, the Pittsburgh Steelers. 

Pittsburgh has had eight winning seasons out of the last ten years, all but one of which were by at least 10 points. Since the beginning of the 2002 season, the Steelers have had an NFL-best nine-game winning streak (winning six straight games by an average margin of 22 points), the second-longest winning streak in the league this decade.

 Buffalo Bills (NFL Teams)

You may have heard about the Buffalo Bills and what they have been through over the years. The team has won three Super Bowls during its existence and has had multiple players that are considered some of the greatest to play the game today. These legendary Bills players include running back Thurman Thomas, tight end Chris Coomer, and wide receiver James Lofton. You may also know them for being named one of the popular sports teams to follow online after defeating the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII behind a then-record setting offense led by quarterback Jim Kelly.

The Buffalo Bills organization is structured around a Foundation, which oversees the day-to-day operations of the football club and which presents winning campaigns and sponsors advertisements to local and national outlets. The primary executive officers of the Foundation are Senior Vice President of Business Operations Tom LaFleur and President and Chief Operating Officer Kevin Ackerman. Other key officers include Senior VP of Marketing Jim Whalen, VP of Ticket Sales and Marketing Operations Eric Grubbach, VP of Development and Long-Term Care Robin Park, and Community Relations Director John Oliva.

Miami Dolphins (NFL Teams)

The team was founded in 1960 as an expansion team of the original Miami Dolphins, which played in the American Football Association from 1949 to 1960. The team was named after the city of Miami Beach, Florida which had also been the hometown of the original Dolphins from 1920 to 1930. The Dolphins originally played their home games at the old Miami Stadium, a small park-like stadium that was built in 1920 as a gift to the city by gift-carrier John Delano.

The Dolphins have won four AFC Championship Game championships (1998, 2000, 2002, and 2004) along with earning a spot in the Pro Bowl in each of the four years. They have also made the playoffs in each of their four seasons and have been to the AFC Championship game four times. Before joining the NFL as an AFC East team in 2002, the Dolphins played in the National Football League from 1967-1977.

The New England Patriots (NFL Teams)

The New England Patriots were founded on September 10, 1960, by second-year team member Robert K. Kraft and business partner Daniel O. Kraft. This pioneering group consisted of eight members that included Art Rooney, Pat Rice, Robert Wood Johnson, Jr., Peter Ueberroth, Robert Creamer, and Tony Gwynn. The team is owned by Kraft Ventures, a publicly traded investment company headquartered in Boston that specializes in the development, operation, and maintenance of the real estate and other assets for private interests. The Kraft family has invested more than $1 billion in the team since 2002, making it one of the top licensed sports organizations in North America.

Working for the team has been a dream of mine since I was a small child,” says Rob Gronkowski, a tight end for the New England Patriots. He was acquired by the club as an undrafted free agent from the University of Florida in 2007. Since then, he has become one of the most popular players in team history and was named to the NFL’s All-Pro second team in 2012 after setting single-season records for receptions (57) and receiving yards (838) as a 21-year-old.

The New York Jets (NFL Teams)

The New York Jets Football Club is an American football team that plays its home games in MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The club was founded in 1996 as a subsidiary of MetLife Insurance Company and was renamed the following year after being purchased by Grohmann Engineering Company as part of a multi-billion dollar merger. The original founding members of the Jets were owner Woody Johnson, GM Mike Tannenbaum, and coach Rex Ryan who were joined by star player Tony Dorsett the following year. As part of its continued commitment to stability and long-term financial sustainability, the team chose to keep the name of its previous incarnation.

The New York Jets are one of the most storied franchises in American professional sports, having enjoyed great success since entering the American Football League as an expansion team in 1963. The team has enjoyed four MLS title championships, two NFL Championship Games (in 1985 and 1992), scoring seven winning seasons and 19 consecutive seasons with at least one.500 record.

The Houston Texans (NFL Teams)

The Houston Texans are one of the most recognized and successful professional sports teams in the world. Founded in 1993, the Texans have won three division titles and made five consecutive appearances in the Super Bowl, winning once (XXXI). Forbes Magazine has ranked the Houston Texans as the 22nd highest-earning sports team since Forbes started publishing in 1992, making them one of the highest-paid teams in North America. Since 2000, Forbes reports that the team has generated more than $3 Billion in revenue

The Houston Texans are one of the most storied National Football League teams and consist of some of the finest athletes in American history. The team won five consecutive Super Bowls from 2009 to 2014 and has qualified for the playoffs in eight consecutive seasons. The Texans have made major accomplishments in the community it operates in both on and off the field; including having the honor of welcoming Troy Aikman to the team in 1995 and being named 2012 defending NFC Champion Houston Texans. This team has given back countless times throughout its history and continues to do so today through various social initiatives and initiatives administered by its sponsors.

The Indianapolis Colts (NFL Teams)

The team was founded in 1981 by Robert Irsay and spoke his name for the team name. Irsay sold the team to Jimmy Haslam in May 2018 giving him full control of the team for five years following his father’s death in July 2018.

The Indianapolis Colts have won five Super Bowls and 10 AFC Championships during the past decade winning the Super Bowl in 2008 and following that up with two more championships (the 2013 and 2016 seasons) in the off-season. The Colts won their first championship since 1996 when they beat the Denver Broncos 22-17 in Super Bowl 50 on February 7, 2016. Future Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez is the best-known member of the Colts today though he has played with other teams during his 16-year career.

The Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL Teams)

The Jags organization was established in 1995 by Fertitta & Saban, minority owners of the NFL’s Houston Oilers. Founded as an expansion team, the Jags played their first season at EverBank Field in Birmingham, Alabama. In year two, the team moved to the new Merrit count Stadium which hosted their first nine home games at an average of 54,000 fans per game through nine home games at Merrit Stadium, the highest attendance total for an NFL home game until October 2011 when the New York Giants surpassed the 54,000 marks during their game against the Carolina Panthers at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are one of the most recognized sports teams in America and have graced many magazine covers during their storied history. The Jags have won six division titles, seven national championships, and posted an 18-5 record (.700) during each of the last four seasons. The organization has earned two postseason trips in the last five years totaling two wild-card berths. The team has also qualified for the postseason on eight occasions, including making it two consecutive trips to the postseason in 2012.

The Tennessee Titans (NFL Teams)

The Titans organization is comprised of some of the most passionate fans in all of the sports in Tennessee. The team plays its home games at Neyland Stadium, a 65,000 seat stadium that was built in 1982 and has been named Best Stadium in America by The Sporting News in 2008, as well as being named one of the 100 Best Sports Stadiums in America by Forbes in 2011 and 2012. The Titans have also competed in the annual AFC divisional playoffs each year since joining the league in 1996, earning a trip to the Super Bowl each time along the way.

The team was founded in 1960 as the Nashville Titans, an expansion franchise from the original National Football League (NFL) team that had played in the previous season’s National Football Championship game. Tennessee Titans Stadium is home to the team and home to six sports venues where the team has played since 1978: Nashville Stadium; Oakmont Stadium; Hulen Sports Complex; First Tennessee Park (formerly Robert Neyland Stadium); and Transworld Stadium.

The Denver Broncos (NFL Teams)

The Denver Broncos are based in Denver, Colorado, and was started in 1995 as an expansion team to the then-named Denver racing team, which had played in the league since 1959. A group of local businessmen led by University of Colorado grad Avron Anderson bought the club and renamed it the Denver Broncos. Founded as an expansion team, the club quickly became one of the most popular in the league with their high-energy, no-nonsense style of play and dominant defense led by Hall of Fame middle linebacker Jack Cowan. The team won six division titles during its undefeated 1995 season which earned them a spot in the inaugural 1999 season’s Super Bowl in Glendale, Arizona.

The Denver Broncos are one of the most successful Leagues of America teams in history with a long and rich tradition of unparalleled success. The club went to three consecutive Super Bowls from 2006-2011, defeating the New England Patriots in each of those contests. During this time period, the Broncos posted a record of 55-21 (.800) and had five players earn All-Pro status including inside linebacker Von Miller, safety J.J. Watt and tight end Julius Thomas.

The Kansas City Chiefs (NFL Teams)

The Chiefs organization is a well-oiled machine that revolves around one goal: To Bring Home the Lombardi Trophy! In recent years, the Chiefs have gone on to win four out of the last five Super Bowls (winning one of the last two championships) en route to capturing their fourth consecutive AFC Championship. Led by team record-holding backs and an arsenal of talented playmakers, the Chiefs have been dominant on the biggest stage since their inception in 1996. Their reputation as a dominant force in American football has never wavered and will continue to thrive as one of the top professional sports organizations in America.

The Chief’s helmet symbolizes respect, courage, commitment, and excellence. The team was founded in 1970 and has represented the city of Kansas City in the National Football League since a 1934 season. The club has won five division titles, four American Football Conference championships, and been to eight consecutive conference championship games.

The Las Vegas Raiders (NFL Teams)

Las Vegas is widely regarded as one of the most glamorous places to live in the United States. There are luxury hotels, casinos, restaurants; homes for sale; and entertainment venues within walking distance of each other. The town offers many reasons for those who desire to call Las Vegas their home. The history of the Las Vegas Raiders dates back to 1934 when they were founded as an independent league club by casino magnate, Bill Woodward. Today, the team is owned by former NFL football executive Roland Smith and headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada with an altitude of 28,000 feet above sea level.

The Raiders were founded in 1966 as an expansion club for the then-named American Football League (AFL) along with the Chicago Bears and Oakland’s predecessor, the San Francisco 49ers.  The franchise entered the league as an expansion team in 1970 and competed in the inaugural season of the new year alongside the Bears and Rams. The Raiders played their home games at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum from 1971 through 1976 before moving to their current home at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum from 1987 through 1993.

The Los Angeles Chargers (NFL Teams)

The team currently has one of the most legendary logos in sports. The lightning bolt and the letters Charger are positively recognizable and have graced the chests of many an athlete, entertainer, and public figure over the last half-century. The team was founded in 1967 and plays its home games at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. It also has one of the most loyal fan bases in the entire National Football League.

They are one of the most successful professional sports teams in Southern California. They have won four division titles during their 15-year existence and displayed unparalleled profitability in doing so. They are the only professional sports team in Los Angeles County and one of four major professional sports teams in America’s fourth most populous city. The team was founded in 1967 as an expansion team of the then-named Los Angeles Original Rams, which played from 1931 to 1946. This included the years when the Los Angeles Angels of the Pacific Coast League and the then-San Francisco 49ers both called Santa Clara their home.

The Chicago Bears (NFL Teams)

Bears players were initially chosen as players because of their great work ethic and desire to succeed. It wasn’t long before they started winning games and championships. The core of the team consists of Hall of Fame players from the past who remains a constant reminder of the tradition that surrounds this football team. After each game, these players are recognized by the crowd and given a standing ovation before being escorted off the field by security. 

The Bears played their first season in MetLife Stadium in MetLife Park, New Jersey on September 17, 1960. Founded on September 9, 1950, the original Bears team featured future Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown and defensive end Richard Dent as its only players. Prior to relocating to New Jersey, the team had played its home games at Eau Claire Stadium from 1920 until June 1959 when it moved into its current home at Wrigley Field.

Bears fans are passionate about their team and their city. The team is successful because of its fans. The passion and devotion Bears fans bring to their team is what sets them apart from other sports teams and other fans. The team is owned and operated by News Corporation, which also produces the television programs “Monday Night Football” and ” Thursday Night Football.”

The Detroit Lions (NFL Teams)

The Detroit Lions are an American professional football team established in Detroit. They compete in the National Football League as a member of the National Football Conference North division. The team played its first eight seasons in Detroit before moving into its current domed stadium beneath the dome of old Comerica Park in 2002. The Lions finished the 2003 season with an 8-8 record and reached the playoffs for the first time in six years but were defeated by the San Francisco 49ers in the wild card round. 

After the first three seasons in the new stadium, the team announced in October 2006 that it had purchased the abandoned Downtown Stadium from the city for $340 million dollars in an effort to revitalize the community around the stadium. The purchase was an extension of a mutual agreement signed by the teams in December 2003 that called for the relocation of the Raiders to Oakland. The move was controversial from the start due to concerns about the effect it would have on the city’s economy and particularly its entertainment industry.

The Green Bay Packers (NFL Teams)

The Green Bay Packers were founded in 1937 by Art Blank. The team played its first season in 1936 as the American Football League’s (AFL) Lambeau Field was being built. The current stadium was opened in 1962 and has a seating capacity of 49,058. Prior to joining the NFL, the team played in the American Football League from 1936 to 1940 and the All-America Football Conference from 1946 to 1949.

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The Minnesota Vikings (NFL Teams)

The Minnesota Vikings are one of three professional American football teams established in Minneapolis. They compete in the National Football League as a member of the National Football Conference North division. Founded in 1960, the Vikings had long been a dominant force in the North Star State and had two Super Bowl Championships (in 1971 and ’73) before being joined by the Boston Patriots in 1970. The Vikings are one of three professional American football teams based in Minneapolis. 

The other two are the Minnesota Knights (third from the top) and the Minnesota Kinos (seventh from the top). Each has had strong and successful seasons in the past.  The Vikings have won the Divisional title four times (1960, 1962, 1964, 1966). The other two teams in the NL Central division (the other two being the St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Bears) are also former champions…

Dallas Cowboys (NFL Teams)

The team was founded in 1952 and had a brief existence before relocating to Dallas in the late 1960s. Since then the team has grown to become one of the most successful franchises in American professional sports. Led by owner George Halas, the Cowboys have won five Super Bowl titles (including three in a row from 1994 to 1998) and recorded a winning record in each of their last eleven seasons. One of the most recognizable sporting organizations in the world, the Dallas Cowboys have made numerous media headlines throughout their storied history.

The Dallas Cowboys are a professional American football team established in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. The team competes in the National Football League as a member of the league’s National Football Conference East division. The Cowboys have won five division titles, three Super Bowl championships, and captured three consecutive NFC East titles. The team has also had five players selected to the Pro Bowl, eighteen players named to the All-Pro team, 49 players named to the Associated Press All-Decade Team, and seven players named to the AP’s All-Time Team. Hall of Fame running back Roger Craig, Jr. was elected to the Hall of Fame in 2014.

The New York Giants (NFL Teams)

The New York Giants are one of the most successful sports teams in American history, winning four Super Bowl championships during their lifetime. The team is also well known for its billionaire owner, John Mara, who is worth an estimated $3 billion dollars (2017). Forbes magazine estimates Mara’s wealth at $2 billion (2016). The New York Giants have been actively involved in philanthropy throughout their history, having donated over $1 billion to various different charities and institutions since 1989.

Each year the New York Giants play an estimated 53 home games during the regular season and approximately 156 road games. Through their NFL campaign, their home stadium is Edward Jones Dome at AT&T Stadium. Before playing any home games they request that all visiting fans leave their seats immediately prior to the beginning of each half. The visiting team has one hour following the halftime cut-off to enter the stadium.

Philadelphia Eagles (NFL Teams)

The Philadelphia Eagles are one of the most storied pro football franchises in American history having participated in 12 World Championships, two Super Bowls, and one College Football Playoff National Championship over a 30 year period. Led by Hall of Fame coach Joe Hackett, the team has won four consecutive NFC Central titles from 1992 to 1998 along with three straight NFL Championships from 1997 through 2001. In 2016 the Eagles made a legendary return to the championship stage taking home their 11th Lombardi Trophy, falling short in front of the Green Bay Packers during their historic Super Bowl 51 win over the Carolina Panthers.

The team was founded in 1933 and moved to its present home at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1946. Prior to its relocation, the team played its home games at Temple University’s timber-and-automotive stadium. Prior to that, the team played its home games at the US Steel Pavilion in Reading, Pennsylvania from 1920 until 1926. Through a series of events and financing, the city of Philadelphia purchased the team in 1937 and transferred ownership to the league in 1946.

The Washington Football (NFL Teams)

The Washington Football team is the flagship property for Microsoft, which has owned the team since 2013. It is one of the most recognizable brands in America and was the first professional sports team known as the NFL team. In addition to being the flagship property for Microsoft, the team is involved in numerous philanthropic activities. These range from infrastructure improvements within the development of urban areas and communities through youth engagement programs to match funds for disadvantaged students attending university to veterans organizations. 

Each year the Washington football team earns revenue through media contracts, licensing fees, and selling branded merchandise. The team also earns additional revenue through charitable giving and through sponsorships from businesses throughout the community. As a public nonprofit, the Washington football team complies with all applicable tax laws and regulations for qualification for tax-exempt status as a private organization under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

The Atlanta Falcons (NFL Teams)

The Atlanta Falcons were founded in January of 1946 as an expansion team to the original NFL Championship-winning team of the 1920s, which also played in the same year as the original Falcons. The name was chosen due to the Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium that provided the home stadium for the original Atlanta-Fulton County Civic Stadium which had been constructed in 1920.

The Falcons are often cited as an example of successful small business growth. Led by CEO Arthur Blank, the team has made major improvements in player personnel, operation, and fan engagement over the last two decades. The team has won three NFC championships (1996, 2008, 2016) during this period and has participated in five Super Bowls (1998, 2002, 2005, 2009, 2016).

The Carolina Panthers (NFL Teams)

The Carolina Panthers are a professional American football team established in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Panthers compete in the National Football League, as a member of the league’s National Football Conference South division. Retired from playing professional football in 2009, a former star running back DeAngelo Williams announced his retirement from the league after 12 seasons on March 8, 2010. The team went on to make the playoffs each of his last three seasons with the Carolina Panthers after advancing to the NFC Championship game in each season prior to 2011.

What makes the Carolina Panthers different? Their fans. They care deeply about their team, and their passions run deep. They’re die-hard Carolina Panthers fans just like you! Whether you have attended every game since 1966 or only recently began following the team, you are an important part of this community. You have helped bring the Carolina Panthers success for over 50 years by making your financial contributions through purchases of team merchandise, tickets, and food items at football game-related events.

The New Orleans Saints (NFL Teams)

The New Orleans Saints are one of the most well-known sports teams in the world and one of the most recognizable brands associated with the city of New Orleans. Founded in 1890 as an Independent Football Club, the Saints have won four consecutive NFL championships (1908–13, 1912–13) and eight straight division titles (1928–32, 1936–39, 1942–44, 1951–55, 1957–59). The team has been involved in numerous community initiatives and charitable works throughout its history and has produced several Hall of Fame coaches and players including Eric Dickerson, Jim Brown, Junior Seau, George Allen, Will Rogers, and Jim Fassel.

The Saint born and raised in New Orleans, La., is renowned internationally for its passion, devotion, and unwavering support of its players, coaches, and staff. Known as a historic & dynamic franchise, the Saints have won nine division titles and five conference titles during its storied history setting multiple attendance records in each city it has played in since 1946.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL Teams)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) is an American pro football team based in Tampa, Florida that plays its home games at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. The Buccaneers compete in the National Football League as a member club of the league’s National Football Conference (NFC) South division. Established in 2002, the Buccaneers were owned by Vincent Kelley and became one of the youngest and most successful franchises in the history of the National Football League when they entered into a long-term contract with Bright House Networks in 2006. Prior to that, the Buccaneers participated in the American Football League (AFL) from 1946 to 1960, winning three championships (1947, 1949, 1950) and appearing in seven consecutive seasons (1954-57).

The club was founded in 1969 by chairman Arthur Blank and senior assistant Gene Upshaw. Since then the team has undergone several changes in ownership, coaching staff, and players. The franchise has won two Super Bowls and made seven playoff appearances. The team has also been known to field some of the most expensive merchandise in all sports when it comes to supporter gear and these are some of the best selling items among fans of TBBALives.

The Arizona Cardinals (NFL Teams)

One of the most recognizable sports teams in the world, the Arizona Cardinals have won four World Series championships during their existence—the most recent in 2016 defeating the Green Bay Packers in an unforgettable game known as “The Catch”. Although the Arizona Cardinals haven’t won an outright championship since 1996, they have been to two Super Bowls (winning one) during their existence and have had players receive many of the prestigious awards given to professional athletes.

The Arizona Cardinals are one of the most storied franchises in North American sports, having made their home in the domed Stadium of the AR Stadium since 1960. Led by Flagrante Saban, the Cardinals have won four Super Bowl titles and achieved two additional league titles during their storied history. Arizona has also produced several inductees into the Pro Football Hall of Fame including Kellen Winslow, Kurt Warner, and Neil Diamond. The state of Arizona has had more Super Bowl champions than any state other than California, with a record of 22-11 (.682). Arizona has also had just two losses in the last 14 years and is in contention for its third consecutive NFC West title.

Derby County Football Club (NFL Teams)

Derby County has a rich history dating back to 1859. It is now owned by Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) which has helped the club through some difficult times and helped it achieve some great successes throughout its history. In 1901, it was fined 25 pounds for entering into an agreement with Irish businessman Tom Kelley in Brazil that allowed both parties to keep their shares in the club even though they were not citizens of the same country. 

This was considered an illegal payment under the Football Association Act of 1913 which stated that no individual or company might receive payments from two different national associations while being considered as a club, whether such payments were made directly or indirectly through a third party, as well as being a breach of FIFA regulations concerning corruption. During the Second World War, Derby was managed by Stanley Matthews who was awarded Battle of Britain VJ Day in lieu of a more traditional decoration for his services.

The San Francisco 49ers (NFL Teams)

Founded in 1902 as the Pacific Railway Association, the 49ers are one of the oldest and most storied professional sports teams in the United States. The team is composed of active and former players, coaches, employees, and businessmen who have made contributions to the Bay Area community through business ventures, philanthropy, and service. As a member of the NFC championship team in 2010, the 49ers earned a spot in Super Bowl XLVII where they faced the New Orleans Saints. The team beat the Saints 24-20 in overtime to capture their second championship in three seasons and earn their third Lombardi Trophy, following the 2008 and 2011 seasons.

The San Francisco 49ers (yes, that’s their actual name) are one of the most successful franchises in recent history, winning two Super Bowl championships during the past three seasons and making two additional trips to the postseason during that span. The team is also noteworthy for having one of the most devoted fanbases in all professional sports, with an estimated 121,000 season ticket holders as of September 2018. San Francisco has been the backdrop to numerous notable events throughout the years, ranging from the 1988 Summer Olympics to the 1994 World Series.

The Seattle Seahawks (NFL Teams)

Professional football is one of the most popular sports in the world. It’s played by millions of people on an annual basis and draws huge crowds. Although there have been many famous athletes throughout history, none have achieved the level of fame and success as former Seattle Seahawk, Michael Bennett. Known for his unparalleled abilities as a running back, middle linebacker, and safety in the game, Bennett is one of the most popular athletes in American sports history and was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame last year.

Established in 1971, the team is best known for combining an innovative, aggressive brand of football with Super Bowl titles in 1979, 1983, and 1993. Despite just a one year separation from their debut season in the league, the Seahawks are already one of the most successful franchises in recent history having won four Conference Championship game championships, four NFL Championships, a World Series championship in 1982, and two straight Super Bowls (1995, 1997) and earning two additional trips to the postseason during their tenure.

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