In Game

A Browns game at FirstEnergy Stadium is one of the best NFL game experiences you’ll ever have. Regardless of the Browns win-loss record, the stadium is completely sold out for every home game. The fan base of the Cleveland Browns is one of the loudest and most passionate in the league.

The most passionate of Browns fans can be found in the Dawg Pound. These extremely zealous fans sit behind the east end zone in FirstEnergy Stadium and remain loud and rowdy throughout the game no matter what the score. You’ll see these super fans wearing their Dog masks, carrying dog bones and occasionally even eating dog food. These Fans make the atmosphere inside FirstEnergy Stadium arguably the best in the NFL and make attending a Browns game an unforgettable experience.

Whether sitting in the Dawg Pound or elsewhere in the stadium when attending a Browns game make sure you’re ready to be loud. Browns fans get especially strong during the playing of their theme song Hang on Sloopy. Learn the lyrics to the song and come prepared to belt out this tune, which is famous all over Ohio. You’ll also want to be ready to spell out O-H-I-O frequently, as Browns fans are very proud of their Ohio roots.

Lastly, it’s worth noting that the concessions at FirstEnergy Stadium are also top notch. The $150 Million Phase 2 renovation to FirstEnergy Stadium added new concessions that opened in 2015. You’ll find something for everyone inside of FirstEnergy Stadium including Jonathon Sawyer’s Sausage & Peppers and C-Town Eats, which provides fantastic Italian options. The best part of the renovations is the new Cleveland Cocktail Co. Bar that has been added on the 100 level of the stadium where you can find locally brewed craft beers for some of the lowest prices in any NFL Stadium. Come to Cleveland and cheer loudly for the Browns alongside some of the best fans in the NFL who never give up supporting their team no matter the score.

Things to check out

Cleveland Browns Ring of Honor

The Browns pay homage to franchise legends with the engraving of their names on the second level of FirstEnergy stadiums walls. The shrines of all time Browns greats include Jim Brown, Otto Graham, Paul Brown and much more make up the Ring of Honor.

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The Dawg Pound

The section of the stadium located behind the east end zone in FirstEnergy Stadium is known for the extremely passionate Browns fans that inhabit theses seats. If you’re lucky enough to snag seats in the Dawg Pound, you will surely get the best Browns game experience. Things in the Dawg Pound can get pretty rowdy, so make sure you’re ready for anything.

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The Browns live mascot is a bullmastiff adopted by the team in 2014. Swagger leads the team out of the tunnel before every home game, and although it is a new tradition, it has become a pretty big spectacle for Browns fans.

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Fight Songs

  1. Hi-O-Hi-O for Cleveland

    Hi-O-Hi-O for Cleveland,
    For the greatest team in the land
    We raise our voices, in one great chorus,
    Just to make them understand
    We’re proud they come from Cleveland,
    Where we play the best football
    Hi-O-Hi-O for Cleveland
    To the greatest pro team of all !

    We’re All-American people
    From an All-American town
    We cheer the Indians, we cheer the Barons
    And we cheer the Cleveland Browns.
    We’re all for one with Cleveland
    We sing to her renown.
    For we’re All-American people
    From an All-American town!

  2. Hang On Sloopy, Cleveland Browns

    Hang on Sloopy, Sloopy hang on
    Hang on Sloopy, Sloopy hang on

    Sloopy lives in a very bad part of town
    And everybody there tries to put my Sloopy down
    Sloopy I don’t care what your daddy do
    ‘Cause you know Sloopy girl I’m in love with you
    And so I’m singing

    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

    Sloopy let your hair down girl, let it run down on me
    Sloopy let your hair down girl, let it run down on me

    Come on Sloopy, come on, come on
    Come on Sloopy, come on, come on
    Well, come on Sloopy, come on, come on
    Well, come on Sloopy, come on, come on

    Well it feels so good, come on, come on
    You know it feels so good, come on, come on

    Well shake it, shake it, shake it Sloopy, come on, come on
    Well shake it, shake it, shake it yeah

    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

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