Atlanta Falcons Tickets

Atlanta Falcons Tickets
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NFL Preseason: New York Jets vs. Atlanta Falcons MetLife Stadium
East Rutherford, NJ
Friday
8/10/2018
7:30 PM
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NFL Preseason: Atlanta Falcons vs. Kansas City Chiefs Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, GA
Friday
8/17/2018
7:00 PM
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NFL Preseason: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Atlanta Falcons TIAA Bank Field
Jacksonville, FL
Saturday
8/25/2018
7:00 PM
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Nfl Preseason: Atlanta Falcons vs. Miami Dolphins Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, GA
Thursday
8/30/2018
7:00 PM
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Philadelphia Eagles vs. Atlanta Falcons Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia, PA
Thursday
9/6/2018
8:20 PM
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2018 Atlanta Falcons Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, GA
Saturday
9/8/2018
TBD
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Atlanta Falcons vs. Carolina Panthers Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, GA
Sunday
9/16/2018
1:00 PM
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Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, GA
Sunday
9/23/2018
1:00 PM
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Atlanta Falcons vs. Cincinnati Bengals Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, GA
Sunday
9/30/2018
1:00 PM
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Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Atlanta Falcons Heinz Field
Pittsburgh, PA
Sunday
10/7/2018
1:00 PM
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Atlanta Falcons vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, GA
Sunday
10/14/2018
1:00 PM
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Atlanta Falcons vs. New York Giants Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, GA
Monday
10/22/2018
8:15 PM
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Washington Redskins vs. Atlanta Falcons FedexField
Landover, MD
Sunday
11/4/2018
1:00 PM
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Cleveland Browns vs. Atlanta Falcons FirstEnergy Stadium – Cleveland
Cleveland, OH
Sunday
11/11/2018
1:00 PM
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Atlanta Falcons vs. Dallas Cowboys Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, GA
Sunday
11/18/2018
1:00 PM
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New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans, LA
Thursday
11/22/2018
7:20 PM
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Atlanta Falcons vs. Baltimore Ravens Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, GA
Sunday
12/2/2018
1:00 PM
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Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta Falcons Lambeau Field
Green Bay, WI
Sunday
12/9/2018
12:00 PM
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Atlanta Falcons vs. Arizona Cardinals Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, GA
Sunday
12/16/2018
1:00 PM
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Carolina Panthers vs. Atlanta Falcons Bank Of America Stadium
Charlotte, NC
Sunday
12/23/2018
1:00 PM
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Atlanta Falcons Raymond James Stadium
Tampa, FL
Sunday
12/30/2018
1:00 PM
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The date of June 30, 1965 will always be remembered as a most significant day in Atlanta’s sports history. That day, the National Football League awarded its 15th franchise to the city, marking an end to a long struggle by the Georgia capital city to obtain a professional football team. The franchise was awarded to 41-year-old Rankin M. Smith, a successful life insurance executive, for $8.5 million. One of Smith’s first orders of business was to announce a contest to provide a nickname for the new team. The name “Falcons” was suggested by many, but a school teacher from Griffin, Ga. was declared the winner. “The Falcon is proud and dignified,” she wrote, “with great courage and fight. It never drops its prey. It is deadly and has a great sporting tradition.”

In 1971, the Falcons recorded their first winning season (7-6-1) under fiery Coach Norm Van Brocklin. In 1973, they finished with a 9-5 mark, a new team high. The 1977 team under new coach Leeman Bennett established an NFL team mark that still stands by allowing just 129 total points in a 14-game season. Bennett then led the Falcons to the playoffs three times in a five-year span between 1978 and 1982. In 1980, the Falcons won the NFC Western Division title with a club-record 12 wins and six Pro Bowl stars, including quarterback Steve Bartkowski and running back William Andrews. In addition to Bartkowski, Nobis and Andrews, such stars as defensive end Claude Humphrey, center Jeff Van Note, running back Gerald Riggs and Billy “White Shoes” Johnson made things interesting for loyal Falcons fans. Atlanta was one of the first teams to have a year-round practice facility, opening a complex in 1978 in suburban Suwanee. The Falcons closed out their 26-year era at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium in 1991 with an 11-win season, second most in team history. The next year, the team moved into the luxurious Georgia Dome, recognized as one of the finest indoor stadiums. Atlanta Falcons tickets have been in high demand since coming into the NFL.