Fast facts

League: NFL

Team: Browns

Head Coach: Hue Jackson

Team Mascot: Chomps

Year Opened: 1999

Capacity: 67431

City / State: Cleveland / Ohio

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Rivalries & Top Games to Attend

Browns vs Steelers

Rival Team: Pittsburgh Steelers

The Browns-Steelers Rivalry is the oldest rivalry in the AFC. With 126 meetings and counting, there has been a lot of bad blood between these two foes since their first meeting during the 1959 season. This rivalry is often referred to as the Turnpike Rivalry due to the major driving route between the cities (Pennsylvania and Ohio Turnpikes). The rivalry is primarily fueled by the proximity of the cities with the drive taking only 2 hours making it relatively easy for road fans of either team to attend the game. The All-Time Series stands at Pittsburgh 68 wins to Cleveland’s 58 Wins. If you have a chance to catch the Turnpike Rivalry we promise you, it will not be disappointed.

Browns vs Ravens

Rival Team: Baltimore Ravens

Browns fans have lots of animosity toward the Ravens franchise due to the original Cleveland Browns controversial relocation to Baltimore in 1996. At the start of the 1996 NFL season, the Browns owner Art Modell decided to move the team from their long-time home in Baltimore, Maryland. This move tore the hearts out of many diehard Browns fans leaving a bad taste in the city’s mouth. To this day Browns fans still hold a grudge against the Ravens organization. When attending this matchup, you’ll see plenty of tee shirts reading “Muck Fodell” referring to the hatred for previous Browns owner Art Modell.

Browns vs Bengals

Rival Team: Cincinnati Bengals

The rivalry between the Browns and Bengals is most commonly referred to as “The Battle of Ohio” and is fueled by geography and a shared history between the teams. Cleveland in the northeast part of the state and Cincinnati in the southwest are on opposite corners of the state which splits the states fans. Both franchises were also founded by coaching legend Paul Brown (The Browns in 1946 and the Bengals in 1968).

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Fast facts

League: NFL

Team: Browns

Head Coach: Hue Jackson

Team Mascot: Chomps

Year Opened: 1999

Capacity: 67431

City / State: Cleveland / Ohio