Oakland Raiders Parking Passes
Since they entered the league in 1960, the Oakland Raiders have been known as a
hard hitting, ferocious and trend setting team. Their fanbase shows up to each home game decked out in silver and black from
head to toe, with scary masks and elaborate face paint. They prove every Sunday why they are considered one of the most passionate
fans in the league. Home games at O.co Coliseum are a truly a sight to behold, with fans packing the stadium's parking lots
before the game, comparing Raider costumes and putting on some of the best tailgating in the NFL. When you get tickets to
a Raider home game in Oakland, be sure to get your parking passes at StubHub and be a part of the best pre and post game action
at any venue across the league.
Oakland Raiders History
Joining the league in 1960, the Oakland Raiders
floundered in their early years until everything turned around when they hired 33 year old Al Davis to be their head coach
in 1962. The youngest coach in NFL history at the time, Davis changed the team in many ways, from offensive philosophy to
their overall confidence, all helping him win NFL Coach of the Year in 1963. The partnership was short lived, with Davis leaving
the team for an NFL administrative position before returning in 1966 as a part owner. With John Rauch as head coach and Davis
as owner, the Raiders began making a string of stealth roster moves that finally led the team to the promise land in 1967,
making it all the way to the Super Bowl. The team continued to succeed under legendary head coach and broadcaster John Madden,
winning the franchise's first Super Bowl Championship in 1976. They would win again in 1980 before Davis relocated the team
to Los Angeles in 1982. The Raiders became Super Bowl Champs for a third time in 1984, behind MVP Marcus Allen. Their fortunes
in Los Angeles dimmed from them on, with Davis still trying to find the stadium of his dreams that drove him from Oakland.
The team would return to the Bay Area in 1995, welcomed home with open arms by their rabid fanbase. Though the Raiders made
it back to the Super Bowl in 2002, the Raiders are still looking to recreate the magic of the late 1970's and early 1980's.
Oakland Raiders Experience
Attending a Raiders game is an experience that you will find nowhere else in the league.
Their passion is as famous as their fashion statements, and there is nothing quite like being a part of the famed Black Hole,
where you better be wearing your silver and black.
The NFL Experience
When you get to your favorite team's
home stadium on gameday, thousands of fans are dressed in their favorite player's jersey. The Raiders sell as much NFL merchandise
as any team in the league, and the silver and black is seen across the globe. From tailgating to kick off, to fun half time
shows, to recaps in the parking lot after a victory, gameday in the NFL is a full day experience like nothing else you will
find in sports.
Oakland Raiders Trivia
What was the very first name of the Oakland Raider franchise when
it was created?
They were known as the Oakland Señors, after the name was voted on in a contest. The name only
last 9 days before it was changed to the Raiders.