About the Tennessee Titans
Tennessee Titans Tickets
The Tennessee Titans have been a football team in one form or another since 1960. The team was founded in 1960 as the Houston Oilers of the AFL and moved to Tennessee after the 1996 season. After a pit stop in Memphis, the team settled in the state capital of Nashville and adopted the name Titans in 1999.
Days in the Oil Field
The Oilers played their first AFL season in 1960 and immediately won league championships in their first two years of existence, beating the Chargers in the AFL Championship Game in both 1960 and 1961. In 1962, they fell short of a three-peat, losing to the Dallas Texans in the championship game in double-overtime.
To date, those remain the only two championships in franchise history. However, well-renowned coach Bum Phillips had many good years in the 1970s, taking the Oilers to back-to-back AFC Championship Games behind Hall of Fame running back Earl Campbell. The Oilers were also one of the better teams in the AFC in the late '80s and early '90s while Warren Moon was the team’s quarterback, but they never played in a Super Bowl during their time in Houston.
The Music City Miracle
Head coach Jeff Fisher took over late in the team’s tenure in Houston and saw them through their move to Tennessee. Following the 1999 season, the team’s first in their new stadium, the Titans reached the Super Bowl for the first time in franchise history. That Super Bowl journey was helped along by the Music City Miracle, the most famous play in Titans history involving a lateral pass on a kickoff return for a touchdown that gave Tennessee a playoff win over Buffalo.
Unfortunately, the Titans lost that Super Bowl to the Rams and haven’t been back since. The Titans enjoyed many good years under Fisher but could never get over the hump. They’ve also struggled to replace him, reaching the playoffs only once since letting go of Fisher following the 2010 season.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do the Titans play?
The Titans currently play their home games at Nissan Stadium, which is located on the banks of the Cumberland River across from downtown Nashville. The stadium has been their home since 1999 when they became the Titans. Nissan Stadium has gone by several other names during its history, opening in 1999 as Adelphia Coliseum.
When do Titans tickets go on sale?
Titans tickets go on sale before the NFL begins its regular season. In fact, cheap Tennessee Titans tickets to games played at Nissan Stadium are available months in advance, as are Titans tickets for away games. In other words, there’s no rush to check the Tennessee Titans’ schedule. Just grab tickets whenever you’ve got the itch.
Is it better to buy Titans tickets in advance?
With Titans tickets being available so far ahead of time, it’s easy to buy tickets whenever you want to – but there’s little need to plan ahead. You can often get cheap last-minute tickets to Tennessee Titans games by waiting to make your purchase until the very last minute. As game day gets closer and sellers drop their prices, fans reap the benefits.
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