O.co Coliseum is one of the best venues in the National Football League, and as the home of the Oakland
Raiders it sees some of the best games of the season each and every year. The Raiders always have a tough schedule at home,
and three teams they see visit each season are the Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers and Denver Broncos. The Broncos
will give the Raiders a tough game this season, as Denver is coming off a 2013 season in which they reached the Super Bowl.
The Raiders would love to send the Broncos home with a big loss this season in front of their home fans. Oakland faces another
tough test when the San Francisco 49ers take the field at O.co Coliseum. The Niners have been to three consecutive NFC Championship
games, and are sure to play hard in Oakland this season. Make sure to check out the full schedule for this venue and purchase
your parking passes right here at StubHub.com.
O.co Coliseum History
The Oakland Raiders have called O.co
Coliseum home since it first opened back in the 1960s, and the team has had some memorable seasons in this building over the
years. 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 fan base. The Raiders returned to the Super Bowl in 2002 after winning some big games at home
in the postseason.
Oakland Raiders Fans
The biggest Oakland Raiders fans show up for every home game,
and they also know to get parking passes before they leave for the stadium. With parking passes, you never have to worry about
missing a second of the action on the field.
Calls to Action
Get out to a Raiders home game this season
at O.co Coliseum, and make sure to get your parking passes. It doesn't get any better than see a National Football League
game in person, so see that for yourself this season.