Beginning play in 1966, the Dolphins are the only NFL team to have a
perfect season. In 1972, the Dolphins won all 14 of their regular season games, both of their playoff
games, and defeated the Redskins in Super Bowl VII. The 1972 season, together
with their loss to the Dallas Cowboys at Super Bowl VI thea year before, and their victory over the Vikings in Super Bowl VIII, gave fans lucky enough to have Miami Dolphins tickets
the chance to see three consecutive Super Bowl appearances. Miami
Dolphins tickets have been a popular item among fans of the team as well as any
Florida residents who are interested in partaking in a home game and
supporting the Dolphins in person.
Due to poor performance in the past decade, general manager Jeff Ireland and new head coach Joe Philbin hope to turn things around this season. By
offering fans with Miami Dolphins tickets the chance to take part in their team's long-sought after revival. While it remains too soon to see the extent and effectiveness of the
franchise's current efforts, fans and holders of Miami Dolphins tickets have the chance to
see for the future of the Dolphins for themselves. Fans can purchase Miami Dolphins tickets at little cost attend a home game to
support the Fins.
The Dolphins currently play Sun Life Stadium, their home since 1986. Purchasing Miami Dolphins tickets gives fans the chance to visit Sun Life
Stadium where, along with the University of Miami Hurricanes, the team plays its
home games in front of over 10,000 club seats and 216 suites. The stadium has been
host to five Super Bowls since its construction, and anyone in possession of Miami
Dolphins tickets is able to enjoy the great weather that Florida has to offer due to the stadium's open-air construction. Since
its initial opening, the stadium has gone through quite a number of name changes, acquiring the name Sun Life Stadium in 2010 via naming rights contract with Sun Life Insurance.
Since 2009, Miami Dolphins tickets have allowed fans the chance to enjoy a new fight
song, the first since the team's perfect season in 1972. The song, written by T-Pain and
Jimmy Buffet has proven quite popular with fans and supporters of 'the Fins' don the aqua and coral in order to support the team. In 1997, a naming contest was help to help find and
select the perfect name for the team's new mascot. T.D. (The Dolphin) was introduced
to eager fans for the first time. Enjoying a game as well as a chance to support the
team has been enough to keep fans of the Dolphins returning season after season, a
trend that shows no sign of stopping in the future.
12-4-12: The Dolphins share a three-way tie for second place in their division at 5-7. Coming off a disappointing loss to the rival Patriots, the Dolphins now have to travel across the country to play the 8-3 49ers. Miami has lost four of five and has to play New England once again to round out their season. They are considered long-shots for the playoffs.