Arizona Cardinals Playoff Tickets
Team: Arizona Cardinals Playoff
Division: NFC West
Home Games: State Farm Stadium
Head Coach: Kliff Kingsbury
NFC Conference Championships: 1
All-Time Greats: Ernie Nevers, Charley Trippi, John "Paddy" Driscoll, Ollie Matson, Pat Tillman
Arizona Cardinals Playoff TicketsThe Arizona Cardinals franchise dates all the way back to 1898. The organization has had several name and city changes over the years. In fact, they are the oldest continuously run professional football team in the United States. Yet, they are one of the few franchises to have never won a Super Bowl. Before the Super Bowl Era after the NFL-AFL merger, this organization had won NFL championships in 1925 and 1947. They were known as the Chicago Cardinals in those days. Today, the team's home games are played at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, which is just west of Phoenix. The multi-purpose stadium has a capacity of 63,400 that can be expanded to 72,200. Several former players from this organization make up the Cardinals Ring of Honor, including Ernie Nevers, Charley Trippi and John "Paddy" Driscoll as well as Ollie Matson and Pat Tillman. Are you interested in watching the next generation of Cardinals legends compete for a Super Bowl? StubHub is your source for Arizona Cardinals' playoff tickets.
Where are the Arizona Cardinals' playoff games played?All of the Cardinals' home playoff games will be played at State Farm Stadium. The multipurpose stadium was formerly known as the University of Phoenix Stadium. It has a capacity of 63,400 and can expand up to 72,200. The venue also hosts the NCAA Fiesta Bowl.
Who is the Arizona Cardinals' head coach?Kliff Kingsbury became the head coach of the Arizona Cardinals on January 8, 2019. Kingsbury is a former football player who spent time with the New England Patriots and New York Jets. He started his coaching career in 2008.
Have the Arizona Cardinals seen much success in the playoffs?The Arizona Cardinals' 3-13 record in 2019 was not strong enough to make the postseason. Since the start of the Super Bowl era in 1968, the organization has had a total of eight playoff appearances. The last one was in 2015 when Arizona reached the NFC Championship. However, they lost the game 49-15 to the Carolina Panthers. The organization has managed to win three division championships in 2008, 2009 and 2015 as a member of the NFC West. When the team was a member of the NFC East, it also won two division titles in 1974 and 1975. The Cardinal's only Super Bowl appearance came in 2008. However, they lost the NFL championship 27-23 to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Who are some notable players from Arizona Cardinals playoff games?Perhaps the most notable player from the Cardinals' unlikely playoff run in 2008 was Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner. His favorite target, wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald was another major part of that NFC Championship team. Fitzgerald also played in Arizona's 2015 playoff run.
What is a Arizona Cardinals playoff game like?There is tailgating prior to Arizona Cardinals playoff games at the stadium. Fans can head over the area known as the Game Zone. The car gates open four hours prior to kickoff. All the pre-game festivities leading up to the game create a loud atmosphere for the game.
What are the top games this year for the Arizona Cardinals?The Cardinals' biggest rivals are their fellow NFC West opponents. These include the San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks and Los Angeles Rams. Since the Cardinals play each of these teams twice during the regular season, the games have major playoff implications. After all, the NFC West division winner gets an automatic berth and at least one home game in the playoffs.
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