Tennessee Titans: American football in the heart of Nashville
The Tennessee Titans are based in Nashville, the city known as the "Music City USA" because of its rich heritage in country music. Founded in 1960 as the Houston Oilers, in reflection of their oil rich state, they moved to Tennessee in 1997. After only a year as the Tennessee Oilers they adopted their current name, the Tennessee Titans. They’ve won two league championships and have also featured in the current championship final. Get your Tennessee Titans tickets right here at StubHub.
Solid American Football from Nashville
Straight after their foundation in 1960, the team won the AFL Championship title two years in a row and later moved to the newly merged league, becoming America’s well-known football league. A long drought followed their move and it wasn’t until 1978, when they made their first ever playoff appearance. It took them even longer to win their first division title, the American Football Conference Championship in 1991. Six years later the team moved to Nashville, Tennessee where they started to show some success. They won four division titles up until 2008 and progressed to the championship final in 1999 where they played St. Louis Rams and lost 26:13, missing out on their first championship trophy. The Rams moved back to Los Angeles in 2016, changing their name to Los Angeles Rams. Over the decades, the Tennessee Titans established themselves as a midfield team, becoming increasingly capable of winning games against some of the top teams. In total, they have appeared in 22 playoffs which is proof of their relentless pursuit of the ultimate championship title. To watch them play live in action, you can buy or sell Tennessee Titans tickets here at StubHub.
From music to fast-paced American Football
Most people, especially from outside the US, associate Nashville with country music and the voice of Johnny Cash. The city has always been known for its great music, hosting the museum of country music and fame with a vast collection of music paraphernalia. However, there is so much more to the city than just music. The Tennessee Titans have been a big attraction since their initial move in 1997. Today, their home stadium is the Nissan Stadium on the bank of the Cumberland River. It has a seating capacity of nearly 70,000 fans and hosts games of the Tennessee State Tigers as well as the yearly Music City Bowl and the CMA Music Festival. Get your Tennessee Titans tickets here at StubHub.