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League:National Football League (NFL)
Home Games:Ford Field in Detroit, Mich.
Rivals:Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings
All-Time Greats:Lem Barney, Yale Lary, Jack Christiansen, Dick "Night Train" Lane, John Henry Johnson, Dutch Clark, Frank Gatski, Bill Dudley, Curley Culp, Lou Creekmur
Detroit Lions home games are played at Ford Field located in downtown Detroit, Mich. The Lions won four NFL championships in its franchise history, but the team has not had a championship season since 1957. The Detroit Lions are also the only team in NFL history to not earn a Super Bowl appearance since the Super Bowl was created. Despite failing to make it to the NFL's top game, the Lions have produced several Hall of Fame inductees. In addition to these nationally recognized great players, the franchise owners created the "Pride of the Lions," which is the team’s internal list of its most notable players. Over the course of its existence, the Detroit Lions has had several rivalries. Rivals include the Green Bay Packers, the Minnesota Vikings and the Chicago Bears. Rivalries that fizzled out over the years include match-ups with the Cleveland Browns and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Lions’ and the Browns’ rivalry ended when the Browns moved to a different conference. Without regular match-ups, interest in the rivalry waivered. Grab your Lions tickets at StubHub.
What conference do the Detroit Lions play in?
The Detroit Lions has played in several NFL conferences since being established. Since 2002, the Detroit Lions has participated in the NFL's NFC North conference. A move to the new conference was also marked by the Lions getting a brand-new home stadium name.
How big is the Detroit Lions' Ford Field?
The Detroit Lions began to play at Ford Field in 2002. The downtown stadium was last renovated in 2017 to include improvements and better seating capacities for football and concert audiences. The stadium is primarily used by the Detroit Lions as its home football field. Ford Field has a seating capacity of 65,000 and is expandable to 70,000, if needed.
How is the tailgating scene at Detroit Lions' home games?
Detroit Lions football days are celebrated all over the city. One of the best tailgating experiences on game day occurs at Ford Field. The stadium sponsors a Bud Light tailgate party located between Brush Street and Montcalm. The event is free to enter and includes fans going to the game and those just enjoying the festivities and ambiance associated with game day. The party includes live music and merchandise vendors throughout the day. Other tailgating parties are held at the Eastern Market, which is about a 10-minute walk from Ford Field. Like the Bud Light tailgate event, Detroit Lions fans and ticket holders can enjoy a variety of festivities including a cold brew at the market before the game.
What's a Detroit Lions game like?
Detroit Lions games are loud, fun and interactive for fans. There's plenty of entertainment on and off the field all around the stadium. When the third quarter nears its end, it's time for the fans to kick it up a notch and help the team bring home a win. After every Lions' touchdown, one lucky fan gets to hit the horn while in-house entertainment gets the crowd pumped up.
Do the Detroit Lions have cheerleaders?
Yes, the Detroit Lions has a cheerleading squad that pumps up the crowd and that is active in community events. Prior to 2016, the Lions had a pep squad and dance team that entertained during halftime and around the stadium pre-game. When the franchise opted to add cheerleaders to game day, it recruited the dance team's head coach to coach the team's new cheerleading squad.
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