The Falcons joined the National football League in 1965, have
gone on to a record of 298-402-6. Holders of
Falcons tickets have the had opportunity to watch the team win divisional championships in
1980, 1998, 2004 and most recently in 2010. The team made its only Super Bowl
appearance in Super Bowl XXXIII, but was unable to secure a victory. The
start of the Falcons 2008 season marked the beginning of a streak that of four consecutive winning seasons, the first time such an event has happened in the
team's history. The team also leads the National Football League in wins
over the past four seasons, a streak that has given fans with Atlanta Falcons tickets the
chance to witness 43 victories in all.
This winning streak starter after the 2007 season that saw the team's head coach resign
without notice and the arrest of former franchise quarterback, Michael Vick. Holders of Atlanta Falcons tickets endured a season in which the Falcons finished 4-12, a far cry from the performances they
would have in the seasons to come. Currently, the Falcons are enjoying the
NFL's second highest home win percentage and fans with Atlanta Falcons tickets
have been thrilled to see the team make the playoffs for the past three
Atlanta Falcons tickets have granted admission to the Georgia
Dome, since its opening in 1992. With a cost of $214
million, the 71,000 seat stadium has long suffered from weather related issues
that affect its roof. The integrity of the Georgia dome's roof first became an issue
only three years after it opened when a severe storm dumped enough rain to tear
through the fabric and causing a section of roof to fall into the stadium. The storm
was so intense that the roof panels could be seen moving during the game. Fortunately, no one
was injured, as the roof collapsed after fans had already exited the stadium. The
Georgia Dome and its roof have since been repaired in a way that keeps such problems
from becoming an issue for those who hold Atlanta Falcons tickets.
Together with, Freddie Falcon, the team's mascot of more than 35 years, fans and
residents in possession of Atlanta Falcons tickets gather for home games and enjoy
the chance to lend their support to their team. The 2002 season brought with it new
management, and restored excitement and enthusiasm among fans and residents
interested in the chance to take in a home game. Increased opportunities for parking,
tailgating, and lower prices for Atlanta Falcons tickets marked the start of a new trend;
with every game of the 2002 season being sold out. The popularity the team enjoys
with its fan base is one of the cornerstones of the Falcons culture, a team that delights
in the support of both its fans and the region that it calls home.
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12-4-12: The Atlanta Falcons have not only clinched their division but they also possess the best record in Football. At 11-1 and with the 3-9 Panthers on deck for them, some may wonder if this team may pack it in and rest some players in preparation for the playoffs. While that is a risky move it may prove wise in order to keep certain players healthy. With their only loss coming on the road, the Falcons will look to host each round of the NFC playoffs in their home, the Georgia Dome.
1-9-13: The Falcons won 13 games this year earning the wild card bye week and home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. They will face a young and hungry Seattle Seahawks team for the first time this year. The Falcons have been unbelievable at home this season using the dome to their advantage. Matt Ryan and their high powered air attack will meet a legitimate test against Seattle’s tall and talented corners. The offensive line will also be tested against Seattle’s fast defensive linemen. Matt Ryan threw for over 4,000 yards this year and will need to look for more of the same type of success if Atlanta wants to back up its 13-3 record and make a title push.
1-20-13: After defeating the Seahawks in the Divisional round, the Falcons dream season came to an end in the NFC Championship game, losing 28-24 to the 49ers.