The Houston Oilers are one of the oldest franchises in professional football, and in 1997, the made a move to Nashville, Tennessee to become the Tennessee Oilers. After two seasons as the Oilers, the team officially changed their name to the Titans and rode a title wave of momentum all the way to one yard shy of a Super Bowl Championship. Hall of Famers Steve McNair and Kevin Dyson took the team to its best finish in NFL play, but with savvy draft picks and excellent coaching, the team continues to be a perennial contender in the AFC South.
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Nissan Stadium became the home of the Titans once it was completed in 1999. Before then, the team split seasons with the Liberty Bowl Memorial and Vanderbilt stadiums in Nashville. Built on the banks of the Cumberland River, Nissan Stadium sports ample parking areas for tailgating and enjoying the scenic view before game time. The stadium seats more than 69,000 fans, and the passionate fan base can sell out for any home game. Aside from hosting Titans games, the stadium serves as a concert venue, soccer pitch, and year after year; it hosts the Music City Bowl named after the city’s nickname.
Cheap Tennessee Titans 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 326-328, 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.