The Oakland Raiders joined the AFL in 1960 as a charter member. After ten years, they joined the NFL in the AFL-NFL merger putting them in the AFC West conference. Despite a move to Los Angeles from 1982-1994, the Raiders created a ferocious fan base in Oakland. Since the team’s birth and tumultuous times on and off the field, Hall of Famers like Marcus Allen, Tim Brown, and Fred Biletnikoff, the team has four conference championships and three Super Bowls. Like any other franchise, the Raiders have seen ups and downs, but there are no doubt teams always dread a trip to the Coliseum in the heart of Raider Nation.
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Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum is the last remaining sports venue that hosts both a professional baseball team (Oakland A’s) and a professional football team (Oakland Raiders). With a capacity over 64,000 seats, the fans are on top of the action and can make life extremely difficult for the opposing team to communicate. The Coliseum is an institution in the Oakland area despite the plans for both the A’s and the Raiders to move on, but the atmosphere and electricity on game day is one-of-a-kind.
Cheap Oakland Raiders tickets usually are best found in the upper deck. Unsurprisingly, the closer to the action, the more expensive the tickets become. We recommend checking sections 308-311, putting you in the upper deck of the end zone corner. They’re some of the cheapest sections without sacrificing a great view of the action.