The Cleveland Browns were established during the 1940s, created as a franchise for
the All-America Football Conference. The team was named for its first coach,
Paul Brown, who was an NFL icon. It was through Brown's
leadership that holders of Cleveland Browns tickers were given the chance to watch as
the team won the AAFC championship for the four years following its creation. The
team continued their winning ways, much to the delight of fans and holders of Cleveland Browns
tickets even after the team moved to the NFL in 1950. The history of the Browns
continues to encompass many championship wins, and it has been this history of
game winning performances that has won the support of such an ardent fan
base. Fans and those with Cleveland Browns tickets are some of the most passionate
supporters of any team that can be found within the sport.
Browns history is not limited to the city of Cleveland alone. The shares one of the the oldest rivalries in the AFC with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The rivalry, also known as the "Turnpike Rivalry", has been fueled by the
close location of the teams, as well as the high number of championships each team has
won. While the intensity of this rivalry has declined somewhat in recent years, sales of
Cleveland Browns tickets are still quite high when the team is playing the Steelers.
Other rivalries against the Bengals and the Baltimore Ravens continue to thrill fans
and energize the teams' support base, but lack the same history and intensity enjoyed
between the Browns and the Steelers. Cleveland Browns tickets remain a cost
effective way for fans to support the team against their rivals, Pittsburgh.
Opening September 12th, 1999 and offering seating for more than 73,000 fans, the
349 million dollar facility that the Browns call home is popular with fans and
residents of Cleveland alike. Hosting other events such as college and high school level
games as well as the occasional soccer match, Cleveland Browns tickets are still the
most common reason for residents to visit the stadium. Approximately
10,000 seats in the Eastern section of the stadium serve as a home to the "Dawg Pound" , a group of diehard Browns fans and one of the main attractions of Browns home games.
The Dawg Pound was originally the name of a section of the East bleachers in the former
home of the team, the Cleveland Municipal stadium. Hundreds of fans can be found in this section that use their
Cleveland Browns tickets in order to show support for the team. Clad in the
orange and brown colors of the Browns, these holders of Cleveland Browns tickets live up their role of the
Dawg Pound, and often wear various canine-related paraphernalia. The Dawg Pound first got its
name in 1984, and it has proven popular to this day, giving these fans the chance to
enjoy an even more effective and enjoyable way to show their support.
12-4-12: Starting the season 0-5 didn’t help the Browns at all but since then they have a winning record at 4-3 with an impressive win over the Steelers two weeks ago. The Browns won’t make the playoff but have a bright future ahead of them with RB Trent Richardson. Richardson is on pace for over 1000 yards rushing and already has seven touchdowns. Coming off a win against the Raiders, the Browns next opponent will be the Kansas City Chiefs at home.