The Cincinnati Bengals were founded in 1966 as a member of the AFL. Founded by former Cleveland Browns head coach Paul Brown, the Bengals have appeared in two Super Bowls in the 1980s (XVI and XXIII). The Bengals have been credited with creating numerous playing styles that NFL teams still utilize to this day, such as the no-huddle offense, zone blitz, and the famous West Coast offense. Three former Bengals players are apart of the NFL Hall of Fame, wide receivers Terrell Owens and Charlie Joyner, as well as lineman Anthony Munoz.
Paul Brown Stadium has been the home of the Cincinnati Bengals since 2000. The Bengals have previously played their games at Nippert Stadium (1968-1969) and Riverfront Stadium (1970-1999). Paul Brown Stadium costs $455 million when it was built in 2000, and can seat 65,515 fans, including 7,600 club seats and 114 private suites. Paul Brown Stadium is known as one of the best architectural designs in all of sports. Paul Brown Stadium was the first NFL facility to win an AIA design award. It is also one of three sports stadiums to be named to “America’s favorite 150 buildings and structures” list (#101).
Cheap Seats at Paul Brown Stadium can be found at Seat Retriever for the best prices. With a low capacity, sometimes it can be hard to find tickets for Bengals games, but not a Seat Retriever! For the best value, check out sections 333-338 and 342-347.