Cincinnati Bengals Fast Facts
- Conference & Division
- AFC North
- Year Founded
- Super Bowl Titles
- Marvin Lewis
- Home Stadium
- Paul Brown Stadium
- Stadium Capacity
- Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns
Cincinnati Bengals Schedule
The Cincinnati Bengals are back! Is this finally the year Andy Dalton and the Bengals take the next step forward and return to the Super Bowl? Be there to cheer the Bengals on as they try to do just that! Check out the 2018 NFL schedule, find your seats, and get your Bengals tickets today!
Founded in 1968 as a member of the American Football League, the Cincinnati Bengals are one of few teams in the NFL to have never relocated -- and kept the same mascot name throughout the team's entire history. Though the Bengals haven't had much success throughout the franchise's history, it appears that the franchise has turned a corner, as the Bengals have qualified for the playoffs in three consecutive years -- a franchise first.
All-time Bengals passing leader Ken Anderson led Cincinnati to its first-ever Super Bowl in 1981, but the Bengals fell to the San Francisco 49ers. Seven years later, Boomer Esiason led the Bengals back to the Super Bowl, once again facing the 49ers -- but once again, the Bengals fell to the Niners.
Now in 2018, the Bengals are ready to return to the Super Bowl -- and this time, win it. With an offense anchored by quarterback Andy Dalton, and the uber-talented A.J. Green, Cincinnati has the potential to boast one of the NFL's elite offenses. If Dalton can take another step forward, the Bengals could find themselves playing for the Lombardi Trophy in February.
Don't miss out on any of the action! Make sure you get your Bengals tickets today, and head out to Paul Brown Stadium this season!