The Baltimore Ravens will host the #6 Tennessee Titans on Saturday, January 11, 2020 at 8:15pm EDT and look to make a push towards the SuperBowl behind the arm of Lemar Jackson and the legs of Mark Ingram. Browse our huge selection of Ravens tickets online or you can call us toll-free at (888) 892-6572 to speak with one of our ticket specialists.
Downtown Baltimore is one of the most vibrant sports cities in the nation, but it wasn’t always that way. What was formerly a depressed downtown area saw a drastic transformation in the early 90s. The completion of Camden Yards in 1992 began the city’s transformation and the addition of the now M&T Bank Stadium brought football to the heart of Baltimore.
Baltimore fans LOVE their Ravens. And it’s no surprise why. Baltimore enjoyed football for 30 years but when the Colts left town, fans found themselves without a football franchise for 13 years. After numerous attempts to bring a team to Baltimore, league expansion in 1995 finally paved the way for a new Baltimore team. Art Modell, owner of the Cleveland Browns, ultimately moved the team to Baltimore and the Ravens were born (the Browns would rise from the ashes three years later).
M&T Bank Stadium is located just south of Oriole Park at Camden Yards and is walking distance to the National Aquarium. There are plenty of hotel options during both the NFL season and the off-season but demand is generally high during winter months.
The Ravens have an impressive performance history given their relatively short time in the league. They have appeared in the playoffs nine times over eighteen years. They have four division championships, two conference championships and won the Super Bowl in 2000 (XXXV) and 2012 (XLVII).
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