New York Giants
When the NFL was only five years old, its survival depended upon fan attendance and national media attention. Thus, a franchise in the nation's largest city was an absolute must, and the Giants' history would be closely woven to the history of the league itself. “Big Blue” boasts 8 NFL championship victories in franchise history out of its record 19 appearances. Four of these wins were Super Bowls XXI, XXV, XLII and XLVI. Multiple New York Giants have been inducted into the Hall of Fame, including NFL MVPs Mel Hein, Frank Gifford, Y.A. Tittle, and Lawrence Taylor. Notably, the Giants have won their 2 most recent Super Bowls against the NFL-superpower New England Patriots, the first of which put a stop to what would have been for the Pats the first 19-0 season in NFL history.
The Giants' home, MetLife Stadium, is the only NFL stadium shared by two clubs (the NY Jets and the NY Giants). In terms of seating capacity, MetLife is the 2nd-largest NFL stadium, and its interior lighting is rigged to change colors depending on which team is playing that day. If you're a Giants fan, look for blue lights on game day! The front row 50 yard line seats are only 46 feet from the sideline – the closest to pro football action in the entire league! Looking for great New York Giants tickets of your own? Get them at Best Available Tickets, where the best seats are always available at the lowest prices.