The New York Giants are a professional football team that competes in the National Football League (NFL). The team joined the NFL in 1925, five years after the league was formed. They are the second oldest NFL franchise, behind the Green Bay Packers. The Giants won four NFL championships in the pre-Super Bowl era and are also four-time winners of the Super Bowl.
The Giants are currently owned by John Mara, a third generation owner and grandson of the team’s founder, Tim Mara. In 2020, the franchise value of the New York Giants stood at around 3.9 billion U.S dollars and the team generated revenues of about 519 million U.S. dollars in 2018. The New York Giants currently play their home games in New Jersey, at MetLife Stadium, and the ticket price for a Giants home game in 2020 amounted to 115.31 U.S. dollars. The average regular season home attendance prior to the COVID-19 pandemic was 74,664 per game.
The New York Giants' official Facebook and Twitter fan pages currently have a combined total of around 5.7 million followers.
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