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Atlanta Falcons Tickets
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An expansion team in 1966, the Atlanta Falcons are from the Southern Division of the NFC. They made their first playoff appearance in 1978. In 1998, the Falcons acquired the nickname “Dirty Birds” and advanced to Super Bowl XXXIII where the team lost to the Denver Broncos 34-19. The Falcons play in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta; Owner Arthur Blank is in charge of business operations.
Attending an Atlanta Falcons Game
When attending an Atlanta Falcons game, visitors will immerse themselves in a world of fierce yet lighthearted competition as they cheer on their favorite team. Falcons home games are played at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, and while daytime weather in the city is typically pleasant, guests should dress warmly for chilly evenings. There is an incredible array of top-notch dining opportunities in Atlanta if visitors wish to grab a bite to eat before or after the game; however, fans will also have a vast selection of traditional stadium fare available to them at the Dome.
Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome
With 102,000 square feet of floor space and a capacity of 71,250, the Georgia Dome is the world's biggest domed stadium that supports cable. It opened in 1992, and it is the site of the Chick-fil-A Bowl, the SEC Football Championship and the Bank of America Atlanta Football Classic in addition to Falcons games. Other games that have been played in the dome include Super Bowl XXVIII and XXXIV, both a Men's and a Women's NCAA Final Four, and two events for the 1996 Olympic Games. Several renovations have been made to the Georgia Dome in the last decade, including changing the turf to Fieldturf, adding eight super-suites and replacing the bleachers with red and black seats.
Atlanta Falcons 2011 Team Outlook
After finishing with a 13-3 record in 2010, the Atlanta Falcons have set their sights on reaching the Super Bowl in 2011. With talented quarterback Matt Ryan, Pro Bowl receiver Roddy White, and explosive running back Michael Turner, the Falcons enter 2011 with one of the most exciting offenses in the NFL. While Ryan and White combined for 115 receptions and 10 touchdowns last season, the Falcons used this year’s draft to add another quality receiver. Atlanta General Manager Thomas Dimitroff moved decisively in trading several early round draft picks in 2011 and 2012 to acquire talented wide receiver Julio Jones out of Alabama. If the Falcons remain healthy and can add a player in free agency to help improve their pass rush, they could make a deep run in the 2011 playoffs.
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