M&T Bank Stadium History
M&T Bank Stadium first opened its doors in Baltimore, Maryland in 1998 and has
been the home of the NFL's Baltimore Ravens ever since. When the Ravens hit the gridiron and the stadium is filled with vocal
fans wearing purple and black there is no other stadium in the NFL that is more electric. The Ravens are off to another great
start this season and will once again be serious contenders for the AFC North crown but they will need the help of all of
their biggest fans if they are going to make it back to the playoffs and try to bring another Super Bowl Championship to Charm
City. Tickets to see the Ravens at M&T Stadium never stay available long so be sure to get yours from StubHub as soon
M&T Bank Stadium Events
NFL football is king at M&T Bank Stadium and each year the
Baltimore Ravens have home games against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Cleveland Browns, and the Cincinnati Bengals, as well
as five other top NFL teams. Tens of thousands of Ravens fans show up at M&T Bank Stadium to cheer on the Ravens as they
attempt to win the AFC North and a third Super Bowl championship. In addition to NFL football M&T Bank Stadium has also
hosted the NCAA Lacrosse Division I championships and other local high school and college games including the Army/Navy college
football game. Concerts make up the rest of the schedule at the stadium and when big time acts like Jay-Z and U2 come to town
they put on massive concerts at M&T Bank Stadium.
Baltimore, Maryland is also
known as Charm City, and one visit to the city will show you exactly why. Sports fans can catch an Orioles game at Camden
Yards, one of the most popular venues in the Major Leagues or a Ravens game at M&T Bank Stadium during NFL season. A trip
to the Inner Harbor and Fells Point are a must for anyone looking to get the most out of a trip to the city. Be sure to stop
by Fort McHenry where Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner during the defense of Baltimore in the War of 1812.
Of course, no trip to Baltimore would be complete without eating some world famous Maryland blue crabs, whether steamed and
seasoned with Old Bay or in the form of a crab cake. Baltimore is also home of the original Washington Monument which was
built in the city before the more famous Washington Monument located in Washington, D.C.
M&T Bank Stadium
M&T Bank Stadium is capable of holding more than 70,000 fans and when it is filled to capacity for
a Ravens home game there is no place in the world you would rather be. Any event you choose to attend at M&T Bank Stadium
is sure to be an unforgettable one.
During their first two seasons in the NFL the Baltimore Ravens
played at Memorial Stadium, the old home of the Baltimore Colts and the Baltimore Orioles, while M&T Stadium was being