Denver Broncos Schedule – Super Bowl regulars
A founding member of the National Football League’s AFC West, the Denver Broncos have won the Super Bowl on no fewer than three occasions. Check out the range of the Denver Broncos tickets currently on offer at StubHub.
One of the NFL’s most successful franchises
Formed in 1960 by Minor League Baseball owner Bob Howsam, the Denver Broncos first began competing as a founding member of the NFL’s American Football Conference West division before moving to the NFL in the wake of the 1970 merger alongside the Kansas City Chiefs, the San Diego Chargers and the Oakland Raiders. Seven years later, they picked up their first ever division title and made their debut Super Bowl appearance against the Dallas Cowboys. They won a further three AFC titles in the 1980s and then in the 1990s, defeated both the Green Bay Packers and the Atlanta Falcons to win two consecutive Super Bowls. In 2015, they added a third to their haul with victory over the Carolina Panthers and also lifted their 15th AFC West title, making them one of the most successful franchises in modern NFL history. If you haven’t yet seen the team nicknamed Orange Crush in action, then take a look at the various Denver Broncos tickets now available at StubHub.
The 76,000-capacity Empower Field at Mile High
After calling the DU Stadium their home for just a single season and then the Mile High Stadium for four decades, the Denver Broncos relocated to the Empower Field at Mile High at the turn of century where they have remained ever since. Visitors to the multi-purpose 76,000-capacity venue can expect an electric atmosphere on matchdays, particularly when historical rivals such as the Cleveland Browns, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New England Patriots pay a visit. Pro Football Hall of Famers to have pulled on the famous orange jersey over the years include Gary Zimmerman, Willie Brown, Andre Reed, Brian Dawkins, Champ Bailey and Ty Law, while John Ralston, Dan Reeves and Mike Shanahan are just a few of the team’s notable coaches. The Denver Broncos also boast not just one but two popular mascots, an orange-haired costumed horse named Miles and a real life horse named Thunder II. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to see the historic NFL franchise take to the field. You can both buy and sell Denver Broncos tickets at StubHub.