Paul Brown Stadium
The Cincinnati Bengals play all of their home games at Paul Brown Stadium, a fantastic venue
for fans to enjoy. The Bengals compete with some of the best teams in the National Football League on an annual basis, and
fans love to pack the stands at this venue to see the action unfold right before their eyes. The Bengals play in the AFC North,
a division that features the Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. Each of those teams visits Paul Brown
Stadium on an annual basis, but there are teams from outside the division that hit the field at this venue each year. This
year the Bengals will host the Carolina Panthers on October 12th for what is sure to be a tough contest. The Panthers won
the NFC South last season and have one of the top defensive units in the National Football League, so the Bengals are going
to have to be clicking on offense to secure the victory. Cincinnati will face perhaps its toughest test in their final home
game of the season when the Denver Broncos come to Paul Brown Stadium. The Broncos are the reigning AFC Champions and they
have one of the best players in the league in quarterback Peyton Manning. Make sure to check out the full schedule.
Paul Brown Stadium History
Paul Brown Stadium is the home of the National Football League's Cincinnati Bengals,
and has had that distinction since it first opened back in 2000. This venue has seen some incredible games over the years
as the Bengals have taken on some of the top teams in pro football. For the first few years of its existence, Paul Brown Stadium
featured a field of grass but changed for artificial turf in 2004. Paul Brown Stadium has seen many memorable games over the
years, and fans have experience some incredible sporting events at this venue. Some of the biggest games to be held at this
venue over the years are Cincinnati Bengals playoff games. Another historic game was played on September 21, 2002 when the
Cincinnati Bearcats and Ohio State Buckeyes matched up in the first college football contest at Paul Brown Stadium. The Buckeyes
would go on to win the National Championship that season.
Cincinnati Bengals Fans
Bengals fans pack the
stands at Paul Brown Stadium every time the teams takes to the field, and who can blame them. The action is always riveting
when Cincinnati is on the field, especially when they're taking on a top-tier opponent. The biggest Bengals fans know to get
parking passes before they head to the stadium.
Calls to Action
There's nothing like seeing an NFL game
in person atPaul Brown Stadium, though that's not something that you're going to truly understand sitting on your couch hoping
to get a glimpse of the game on that disappointing little flatscreen. Head out the parking lot and join in the camaraderie
that precedes a big Bengals game and you'll be headed back to the stadium much sooner than later, as there is nothing quite
like seeing football played at the highest possible level.