The Arizona Cardinals are the oldest continuously run professional American team in
existence. Founded in 1898, the team has made its home in a
number of different cities during an existence that has seen it play continuously
throughout three separate centuries. Founded originally in Chicago, Cardinals tickets were first offered to fans in the Windy City. The team then
moved to St. Louis Missouri in 1960, where Cardinals tickets remained available to Missouri fans up until 1987.
The Cardinals moved to Tempe Arizona to begin the 1988 season. They would
make their home at Arizona State University's Sun Devil Stadium for the next 18
years. Today, Cardinals tickets remained just as popular with Arizona residents as they
have been in the past.
Cardinals tickets allowed fans the chance to witness the team win
two NFL championships, both wins occurred prior to the team's move from Chicago,
with the last one coming in 1947, two full decades before the Super Bowl was introduced.
The team has since suffered through many ups and downs throughout its history.
While there have been plenty of losing seasons, fans in possession of Cardinals tickets
have had a chance to watch the team make the playoffs a total of six times. In 2009,
the team reached the Super Bowl but failed to emerge victorious.
Today, Cardinals tickets for a home game grant fans access to the newly
constructed University of Phoenix Stadium. Only six years old, the $455
million dollar facility has many luxuries and amenities for
supporters of the team. With a 63,000 seat capacity and a total expansion
of over 78,000 the stadium sees many other uses. The stadium was host to Super Bowl XLII, and is
slated to host Super Bowl XLIX in 2015. It has also been home to Wrestlemania XXVI
and the 2011 BCS National Championship Game, an honor that the stadium enjoys
every four years. The BCS Championship game
set the record for the largest total attendance the stadium's history.
Cardinals tickets have long been popular with fans over the generations
regardless of the team's location. Today, the team's mascot, Big Red, can still be seen leading
fans of the oldest operating team in the NFL in their efforts to cheer the Cardinals on.
Thanks to their extensive history, the Cardinals remain popular with fans to this day, and sales
of Cardinals tickets show no signs of slowing down. Supporters welcome the chance to
take part in NFL history when they show up to cheer the NFL's oldest team.
12-4-12: The Arizona cardinals got off to a great start at 4-0. Not many people saw them losing the next eight, but that is exactly what happened. In one of the ugliest games of the year, the cardinals could only muster two field goals behind Quarterback Ryan Lindley. Up next for Arizona is a trip to hostile Seattle which many have chalked up already as an automatic loss.