The NFL playoffs are here at long last and the battle to Super Bowl XLVIII in New York is underway. Nothing beats playoff football and you can be at the biggest games of the year. In the AFC the Denver Broncos look poised to make a run at a championship, and they are being chased by the Patriots, Chargers and Colts as they aim for the AFC Championship Game. In the NFC Seattle and their defense has terrorized the league all season, while the Carolina Panthers enter the playoffs as maybe the hottest team in the league. The Niners and Saints are always dangerous as they try to make a run at the NFC Championship Game, so if you can make a game do you part to support your team. Don't miss out on NFL playoff tickets because its the best time of the year!
|AFC East||NFC East|
New England Patriots
New York Jets
New York Giants
|AFC North||NFC North|
Green Bay Packers
|AFC West||NFC West|
Kansas City Chiefs
San Diego Chargers
San Francisco 49ers
St Louis Rams
|AFC South||NFC South|
New Orleans Saints
Tampa Bay Bucs
The 2013-2014 National Football League Playoffs begin January 4, 2014, and conclude with Super Bowl XLVIII on February 2, 2014. As exciting as the regular season is, tickets for the NFL playoffs are really the real deal. Seeing your favorite team play a game to decide the fate of the season can be a life-changing event, and demand for tickets always goes through the roof. The AFC and NFC playoff representatives are set and the playoffs are heating up. The playoffs start with the Wild Card games on Saturday, January 4 and Sunday, January 5 with two games on each day. The playoffs continue on to the Divisional weekend on January 11 and 12 followed by the AFC and NFC Conference Championships on January 18 and 19. The action you'll see during an NFL playoff game is really something to behold and you can see the excitement in person with tickets, available for purchase on Ticket Liquidator.
American Football Conference: In the AFC, the Denver Broncos of the West Division currently hold the number 1 seed. They'll enjoy home field advantage through the AFC Championship Game if they make it there, and Peyton Manning at home is going to be tough to beat. The Broncos, led by quarterback Peyton Manning, started out the season with a substantial win over the familiar Baltimore Ravens with a score of 49-27. As the AFC's number 1 seed, the Broncos will obtain a bye week during the first round of playoffs as well as home field advantage until the Super Bowl.
Following close behind the Broncos are the New England Patriots from the East Division holding a number 2 seed spot. Despite a number of setbacks and injuries to the New England football team, the Patriots continue to thrive behind the infamous Bill Belichick and Tom Brady duo. The Patriots achieved their largest comeback victory in team history against the Denver Broncos in week 15, with an overtime score of 34-31. Even with the loss of Rob Gronkowski, the Patriots hold home field advantage throughout the playoffs unless they face the Broncos in the AFC Championship Game and obtain a Bye week in the first round of playoffs.
The Cincinnati Bengals from the North Division hold the number 3 seed position. The Bengals blew away the New York Jets during the week 8 game with a score of 49-9 and won the AFC North Division for the first time since 2009. The number 4 seed spot goes to the Indianapolis Colts from the South Division. Quarterback Andrew Luck led the team to a 39-33 victory over his predecessor, Peyton Manning, in week 7 against the Denver Broncos and the Colts have been playing solid football since.
The two wildcard playoff sports in the AFC have been claimed by the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Diego Chargers. The Chiefs remained undefeated up through week 10 before loosing to the Broncos, but ended the season just behind the Broncos in record and are in a three-way tie for the third-best record in the league. The final team representing the AFC in the playoffs are the San Diego Chargers, led by a rejuvenated Philip Rivers. You never know what will happen in the playoffs, and NFL tickets for the post-season are definitely high in demand so don't wait to get yours.
National Football Conference: In the NFC, the Seattle Seahawks of the West Division currently hold the number 1 seed. The Seahawks achieved an impressive 41-20 victory over the Minnesota Vikings in week 11 and have hit a double-digit record for the first time in their history. The Seahawks came incredibly close to playing in the Super Bowl last year and as the best team in the NFC are poised to finish the job in 2014. Having home-field advantage will definitely give the Seahawks an advantage as they try to make it to MetLife Stadium.
After a tough start the Carolina Panthers are the surprise of the season with the NFC's two seed and accompanying first-round bye. Cam Newton has put together an impressive year and he is ready to take on the leagues best. the Panthers have had a number of impressive wins so far this season. During week 11, they managed to hold onto a win in the final seconds of the game against the New England Patriots, with a final score of 24-20 and then went on to beat divisional foe New Orleans to win the NFC South. In the Philadelphia Eagles you have another team that started the season on a rough stretch but managed to turn things around. Nick Foles jumped on the opportunity to run this team and they ended the season with the conference's third-best record.
Even though Aaron Rodgers missed several weeks of action the Green Bay Packers were able to scramble at the end of the season to claim the NFC North and the conference's four seed. Rodgers has proven he has what it takes to win the January, so expect the Packers to be a force in the playoffs.
The NFC's Wild Card sports are held by the San Francisco 49ers and the New Orleans Saints, both of whom can go on a run to the Super Bowl. Both of the wild card team had records better than the East and North divisional winners, and were among the best teams in the league all season. The Niners were close to winning it all last season, and with much the same team can be expected to fight every step of the way. And in the Saints the combination of Drew Brees and Sean Payton has proven again this season that they can match points with anyone. The Saints had not won a game at Soldier Field since 2000, but overcame the Chicago Bears in week 5 with a 26-18 victory. There are some very popular teams competing for a chance to win Super Bowl XLVIII and you can expect NFL tickets for the post season to go fast.
Featuring some of the toughest athletes on the planet, each Sunday the National Football League (NFL) presents fans with unrivaled access to excitement. The passion of NFL fans is legendary, and in many cities Sunday revolves around the local team. That is part of why NFL tickets sell out on the primary market almost immediately. Luckily for fans, the ticket exchange that powers the secondary ticket market gives fans access to tickets for each and every NFL game. NFL tickets are far and away the most in-demand sports ticket, in part because of the scarcity of games on the team schedules. With just 16 games, half of which are on the road, fans get just eight chances to watch their team play football in person. That also drives up the prices for NFL tickets on the secondary market, although in some cases you can find great deals, and cheap NFL tickets are out there if you take the time to look. But if you want to watch an NFL game live, then you are in the right place. Browse our large selection or premium NFL tickets at competitive prices and get out there to see your favorite football team live!
The NFL schedule is broken up into 17 weeks of jam-packed NFL action, starting with Denver vs Baltimore on Thursday, September 10. Football's regular season ends on Sunday December 29. Note that in 2013 there won't be a Monday Night Football game in Week 17. If you want to see the schedule for an individual team, you can click on the team link above to see the games remaining on their schedule. After the regular season schedule is over, that means the real season starts, with the NFL playoffs starting on Saturday, January 4, culminating with Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday, February 2, 2014 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The NFL season is over before you know it, so check the schedule, find you game, and get the tickets you want right now.
As the biggest sporting event of the year, the Super Bowl stands alone as an institution capable of capturing a global audience for a few hours on a Sunday in February. As the sports destination of the year, tickets to the Super Bowl are the most sought after of the year. In 2014, Super Bowl XLVIII is happening at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Super Bowl is normally hosted in a warm-weather stadium, but because MetLife Stadium is new the NFL decided to host the game there. Super Bowl week is preceded by a week of parties, media sessions and events, stories of which live on forever. The Super Bowl is the culmination of the off-season, regular season and the playoffs, and its a party quite unlike anything you'll see, so if you can make it to MetLife Stadium, get your tickets as soon as you can.
Once the NFL's regular season is over it's time for the real season, the NFL playoffs, when every down counts and career are made and lost. Nothing matches the intensity of an NFL playoff game, and NFL tickets in January will win you a lot of friends. Players wait all season for a chance to play in a playoff game, some their whole careers. So you know once a trip to the Super Bowl is on the line, they are going to give it all they have. While the Super Bowl is the ultimate goal, teams have to get through a few rounds before they make it there. Not quite as big as the Super Bowl, but huge games nonetheless, the AFC Championship and NFC Championship games are as close as you'll get to the Super Bowl. In some cases, the conference championship games feature the two best teams in the league, as the AFC and NFC aren't always exactly evenly matched. No matter the round, no matter the down, the NFL playoffs are like nothing else. Don't pass up a second of the action and get your tickets for the NFL playoffs as soon as you can. And if you are waiting for your team to clinch before you buy tickets, don't! If you buy tickets for games that never happen, you will get a full refund minus shipping charges, learn more in our FAQ page.
And if you're team misses out on the Super Bowl, you can still see your favorite players once the regular season is over. The 2014 Pro Bowl is once again in Hawaii, and sales of Pro Bowl tickets are starting to pick up. The Pro Bowl takes place on Sunday, January 26, 2014 at Aloha Stadium in Aiea, Hawaii. While it is an exhibition game, there is still plenty of action during the game. For one thing the defenses are much more relaxed, so you'll see a lot more touchdowns happening at the Pro Bowl. So if you want to see a good football game then you will definitely want to take a look at Pro Bowl tickets for the big game this year. Each year the best football players in the game get together to see who what best conference is. This is always a special time of the year, and the Pro Bowl always provides some memorable events. The week-long celebration is great for both fans and players, and NFL Pro Bowl tickets are always hot sellers.
With the NFL playing games in London the popularity of "American football" is growing and growing, and as soon as matchups are announced tickets for NFL games in London become very popular. In 2014, there will be a total of three games in London, all taking place at Wembley Stadium. The Dallas Cowboys will take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in the UK. The second NFL London game is the Detroit Lions against the Atlanta Falcons, and the third game is the Miami Dolphins vs the Oakland Raiders. The NFL’s International Series allows American football to expand, as it is becoming more popular in other countries. If you are in London, or will be traveling there, don't miss a chance to be a part of the spectacle because it will be a memory that lasts a lifetime.
The National Football League’s International Series hosts American football games all around the world. It began in 2005 and plans to run through 2016. In 2007 the series began playing in the United Kingdom, and NFL London tickets became very popular. The games are played at London’s Wembley Stadium. The creators of the series are hoping to build a football fan base in London. Their ultimate goal is to help London create its own football team. We will see if a UK-centered team ever happens, there are already plenty of fans hopping for a return of NFL to Los Angeles. Perhaps the league will expand and bring a team to London and LA. Boy would traveling between those sites be tough!