M&T Bank Stadium History
M&T Bank Stadium has been one of the most popular venues in the NFL since first
opening in 1998 when it became home to the Baltimore Ravens. The team is one of the most successful in the league since moving
to Baltimore in 1996 and has won two Super Bowls. On game days during the NFL season M&T Bank Stadium fills with tens
of thousands of purple and black clad Ravens fans looking to help root the team on in their quest to finish at the top of
the AFC North standings. Tickets to see the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium sell out in an instant but you can always get tickets
to any event at M&T Bank Stadium right here on StubHub.
M&T Bank Stadium Events
This year the
Ravens will have home games against the Carolina Panthers, the Atlanta Falcons, the Tennessee Titans, the San Diego Chargers,
and the Jacksonville Jaguars in addition to their annual match ups against their AFC North rivals the Pittsburgh Steelers,
the Cincinnati Bengals, and the Cleveland Browns. There are also two exciting college football games set to be held at the
stadium, one featuring the Navy Midshipmen against the Ohio State Buckeyes, and another featuring the Army Black Knights against
the Navy Midshipmen. Musical acts like U2 and Jay-Z have performed at M&T Stadium which has also hosted the NCAA Lacrosse
Championship and other sporting events as well.
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 Stadium seats 71,000 fans during Baltimore Ravens home games and there is no stadium in the
NFL more electric on game days. One trip to M&T Ban Stadium will have you yearning to return for another visit whether
it involves an NFL game or a big time concert. The venue is located just across the street from the historic Camden Yards,
home of the Baltimore Orioles of Major League Baseball.
The Ravens came to Baltimore in 1996 but
M&T Bank Stadium was not ready to host NFL games so the team played their home games at Memorial Stadium, the old home
of the Baltimore Colts, during their first two seasons.