Originally founded as the Houston Oilers by Bud Adams in 1960, the Tennessee Titans are a professional American football team currently based in Nashville, Tennessee. As the Oilers, the team won two American Football League (AFL) championship titles in 1960 and 1961 with Hall of Famer George Blanda at quarterback. Since the AFL’s merger with the National Football League (NFL) in 1970, the franchise competes in the Southern Division of the American Football Conference. Under their current moniker of the Tennessee Titans, the team has never won a Super Bowl title, although they came close in 2000 when they were beaten by the St. Louis Rams (now the Los Angeles Rams) in Super Bowl XXXIV.
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What does it cost to watch a live Tennessee Titans game?
Since its founding, the Tennessee Titans franchise has relocated twice, to Memphis in 1997 and to Nashville a year later. The team currently plays its home games at the Nissan Stadium in Nashville, where the average home attendance for the Tennessee Titans was approximately 68 thousand in 2022. For fans attending home games, the average ticket price for the Tennessee Titans was among the league’s least expensive in 2021, costing less than 95 U.S. dollars. Meanwhile, according to the 2022 Fan Cost Index, the price for a family of four to watch a home Titans game was also among the league’s most affordable, estimated to cost approximately 533 U.S. dollars. Beer prices at the Nissan Stadium, however, were among the NFL’s most expensive, exceeding 10 dollars in 2022.
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