M&T Bank Stadium
M&T Bank Stadium is one of the most fan-friendly football stadiums in the United States. Opened in 1998, this home of the NFL's Baltimore Ravens offers terrific fan amenities, which include state-of-the-art video screens, and straight-forward transportation options for getting to the stadium. The Baltimore Light Rail features a stadium stop, so you won't have to worry about transportation if you don't want to drive or don't have a rental car. Ample food and beverage options await once visitors arrive, and thanks to the extra-wide concourses, moving around the place isn't difficult.
The Baltimore Ravens were established in 1996, filling the professional football void that the Colts had left behind when they were controversially relocated to Indianapolis in 1984. The establishment of the Ravens was also controversial, as the team was formerly the Cleveland Browns. Then Browns owner Art Modell certainly didn't make many Cleveland natives happy when he announced that their beloved Browns would be moved. Thankfully for Browns fans, the team's name and colors would stay in Cleveland, and by 1999, the new Browns team was up and running. As for the Ravens, they quickly developed into one of the league's best teams, and won their first Super Bowl at the end of the 2000 season.
The Baltimore Ravens didn't fall off the map after that Super Bowl. Over the next decade, they remained one of the strongest teams in the league, and there are few signs that lead football analysts to believe that they will have trouble competing in the near future. Should you get your hands on some M&T Bank Stadium tickets, you might want to wear purple to fit in, as nearly everyone else will be. The atmosphere is electric, as you would expect at an NFL game, and when play stops on the field, you can enjoy wonderful views of the Downtown Baltimore skyline.
The M&T Bank Stadium can accommodate up to 71,008 people, and all of the seats offer great views of both the field and the skyline. For those who are looking to upgrade when it comes to the viewing experience, 119 suites are available, as are more than 8,000 club seats. These more exclusive seats offer some added perks, such as increased privacy and convenient food service. Should you be sitting in one of the regular seats, concessions are widely available on the various stadium levels. Baltimore food favorites, such as crab cakes, are offered by the concessionaires, as are your more typical stadium food choices, such as hot dogs and pizza.
When looking to get some M&T Bank Stadium tickets, you don't have to limit yourself to football games. Other events are held at the stadium from time to time, and they usually come in the form of big ticket concerts. College-level matchups have also been featured. When catching a Baltimore Ravens game is the aim, you will be happy to know that a few thousand tickets are made available for each home match. The rest of the tickets are claimed by season ticket holders. The tickets that are available to the general public go fast, so getting yours as soon as possible is recommended. Check out the booking tool on this site to see what kinds of ticket deals you can find in advance.
The M&T Bank Stadium can be found in the Camden Yards part of town next to Oriole Park. In addition to taking the light rail to get there, you can also hop in a cab, take a bus, or drive. Parking in the stadium lots is reserved for permit holders, in which case non-permit holders who are driving over will need to rely on other downtown parking options. It is worth noting that special arrangements allow for non-permit holders to purchase advanced parking in the downtown garages, so you might start there.
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