FirstEnergy Stadium History
There is nothing quite like an NFL game, though that's not something that you're going
to really figure out sitting at home wondering what the big game is like. Come out and see what the atmosphere is like and
you'll end up with a game filled with some of the very best athletes in the entire world, giving you an experience that you'll
be talking about long after it's all over. Being in the crowd alongside tens of thousands of your fellow fans will take the
game to a completely different level, and you'll see loud and clear that the TV experience pales in comparison to the one
you'll have from the stands.
But it isn't just a great place for Browns football, as it also holds a variety of other
local sporting events throughout the year. It's known for holding the Bowling Green Falcons-Wisconsin Badgers game and for
hosting the annual Patriot Bowl, giving football fans plenty of opportunities even if they miss the Browns matchups. Once
you're there in the stands, you'll be glad that you're not anywhere else.
The NFL Experience
millennia, people have been gathering for intense spectator sports, and that's not something likely to change any time in
the near future. Obviously things have changed quite a bit since the days of Roman chariot racing, but there are still some
big-time sports that routinely turn out fans by the tens of thousands. Unless you've been living under a rock, you'll know
that one of the premier sporting events of the day is the college football, though that's something that you'll have to see
first-hand to truly appreciate. Ditch the couch and get out to the stands for a game loaded with unbelievable players that
could be headed to the next level.
When the Browns hit the field to take on an intense competitor,
there is only one place to be, and it definitely isn't sitting on your couch watching on your disappointing flatscreen. Get
out and see a game filled to the brim with playmakers that know a thing or two about putting on a show as the Browns look
to make some major noise in the AFC North, though that's never easy against teams like the Ravens, the Steelers and the Bengals.
But the Browns also have another very talented team bursting with the stars of both today and tomorrow, making them a team
to watch out for as they look to make their move up the conference standings once again this season.
Come out and see
all of the highlight-reel runs, spectacular throws and clutch kicks that have become standard operating procedure for the
Browns over the years. The Browns always have an explosive team loaded with the stars of both today and tomorrow, though you
can't truly appreciate them until you get out to FirstEnergy Stadium and see the big game alongside tens of thousands of your
As the home of a beautiful waterfront and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,
Cleveland has plenty of things going on from year to year, with a vibrant entertainment scene that is hard to duplicate if
you're in the northeast. Known for its crisp winters and unbelievable summers, Cleveland has risen in prominence over the
years and is now an absolute must-see if you're ever in the Ohio area, as you definitely won't be lacking in options for things
But even though Cleveland has lots going on, the sports scene is often considered the thing that makes this city
tick. There are huge fan followings for the Indians and the Cavs, but the Browns of the NFL often bring the city together
in a way that is impossible to duplicate. Browns games are major events that are always talked about around town leading up
to the opening kick-off, which is why they're an absolute must if you're looking for sports in Cleveland.
Did you know that Browns great Jim Brown led the league in rushing eight times in nine years back in the late-50s
and early 60s?
Long before he ever hit the big screen in hits like Mars Attacks, Jim Brown was one of the greatest to
ever play running back, which he absolutely dominated throughout his nine-year career. Even though his career wasn't that
long comparatively, he still set plenty of NFL records that stand to this day, making him an absolute icon of the Cleveland
sports scene in the process.
If you don't know about the Browns' fans, you'll be in for a
real education when you get out to FirstEnergy Stadium to see it all for yourself in another bench-gripping season of football.
There may be plenty of other options for prominent sporting events, but being there in the stands alongside tens of thousands
of passionate Browns fans will take the NFL experience to a whole different level that you couldn't even dream of finding
anywhere but the stadium.