NFL Fans Are Gearing Up Part 1

On September 10, 2015, in Sporting News, by Buddy TB

NFL FansThe 2015 NFL regular season will be the 96th in history, it is just around the corner and with it 17 weeks of regular calendar full of impact, blood, sweat and a few tears are coming, the favorites are marked: New England, Indianapolis, Seattle and Green Bay start as the most serious candidate to play the Super Bowl 50 on February 7, 2016 in Levi’s Stadium in San Francisco.

But beyond what may happen in the field, there is much more that makes the NFL the best football league. His fans and the stadiums are elemental to the success of the sport and go beyond its borders; therefore here we list the stadiums and fan groups that are fervently expecting  the Kickoff on Thursday.

‘Cheeseheads’

Lambeau Field is one of the most historic stadiums in the NFL, as well as being home to the four-time winners of the Super Bowl, the Green Bay Packers; but beyond the saved memories this property holds since it opened in 1957, there is something that makes it unique: its fans.

The nicknamed “cheese heads” literally generations have seen their team, and tickets are inherited down from family and relatives, so there are fans who saw Bart Starr, Brett Favre or other coaches as Vince Lombardi and Mike Holmgren. Despite the weather conditions in the winter often described as “harsh” -Remember Ice Bowl against the Dallas Cowboys 31 December 1967, there’s never a missing seat in the Lambeau, since the support in the stands for the to the Packers is a ritual sacred to the people who live in this region of the state of Wisconsin.

‘The city that never sleeps’

While New York is not known for having the most passionate fans, this city boasts the most expensive stadium in the league (MetLife Stadium).

Which is the only one that serves as home to two franchises: NY Jets and NY Giants, while the former has only won one “big game”, his counterpart has raised the champion trophy four times, although both in recent days have not given joy to their fan bases. The Big Apple is a unique market, where every professional wants to unfold, and if not, ask Eli Manning.

 

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