It was amazing I’m talking mind blowing but the way out was packed and by the time we go out it was 10:30 at night in Baltimore and we had 2 hours to ride home still but over all it was awesome.
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Official Baltimore Ravens History
Since their founding in 1996, the Baltimore Ravens have won two Super Bowls (in 2000 and 2012). Head coach John Harbaugh — who joined the team in 2008 and who was named the 2019 NFL Coach of the Year — has led the Ravens to a playoff berth over numerous seasons (2008–2012, 2014, 2018–2020, and 2022).
Since 2008, Baltimore has been tied for the league's fourth-most playoff wins (11), has advanced to an impressive three AFC Championship contests, and has achieved a regular season all-time record of 243–190–1, the third-highest in the NFL. The Ravens have also produced several members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, including Ray Lewis, Jonathan Ogden, Ed Reed, Shannon Sharpe, and Ron Woodson.
Baltimore Ravens Team Info
Year Founded: 1996
Team Colors: Black, Purple
Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium
Opened in 1998, the 70,000-capacity M&T Bank Stadium features high-def RavensVision video screens, easily-navigated concourses, and RavensWalk, a premier tailgating destination. Located on the walkway between lots B and C, RavensWalk opens three hours before every home game and features a variety of bars and food trucks, as well as live music.
In 2013, M&T Bank Stadium earned an LEED Gold rating; some of the stadium’s sustainability commitments and milestones include a 43 percent reduction in water use, ranking 27 percent above the national average in energy efficiency, and a 50 percent reduction in energy consumption with a change to LED sports lights.
Learn more about M&T Bank Stadium here.
The Baltimore Ravens’ schedule release video was uploaded on May 11, 2023. You can watch the clip here.
The Baltimore Ravens’ 2023 regular season kicks off at home at M&T Bank Stadium against the Houston Texans. In the final week of the regular season, the Ravens will be at home to face their AFC North rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers. Here’s a list of key games to keep an eye on:
- 10/01 @ Cleveland Browns
- 10/08 @ Pittsburgh Steelers
- 10/15 vs. Tennessee Titans (London)
- 11/16 vs. Cincinnati Bengals
- 11/26 @ Los Angeles Chargers
- 12/17 @ Jacksonville Jaguars
- 12/25 @ San Francisco 49ers
- 01/07 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Verified Resale tickets for the Baltimore Ravens’ 2023 regular season can be purchased on Ticketmaster, the Official Resale Ticket Marketplace of the Baltimore Ravens.
Check out the M&T Bank Stadium seating chart here.
The Baltimore Ravens have appeared in two Super Bowl championships and won both times: Super Bowl XXXV (2000) and Super Bowl XLVII (2013).
Coldest day of the year. Seats were pretty good. Game was good. Had some drink jerks in the row behind us using profanity nonstop. Buying tickets for family of four is expensive took me a year to save up the money, basically ruined by a group of drink 20 somethings. My wife and daughter didn't want me to cause a scene so unfortunately, I didn't say anything. Bummer.
Excellent experience. I like everything at MT Bank Stadium. I enjoyed the game a lot.
Love going to ravens games. There’s nothing like night games but even afternoon games such as this one bring a good time. And concessions are reasonably priced unlike other teams!
I came 1/2 the game and was change very expensive after I shared my location to Ticketmaster the price went doble the price. Other than that the game of course was great.
It was a cold Fall day, perfect football weather! I got to my seat in time to see the marching Ravens and they were killing it with the formations they were doing. I was moved by the honoring of military vets, having soldiers run out on the field with players as they carried American flags and the Navy Cadet Choir was the best version of the National Anthem yet. The fireworks were great and having the Warthogs flyover was to topping on the cake. My seat was awesome, Ravens fans are always cool and we won! A good time all over!!!
I enjoyed everything about my visit to Baltimore. The fans were amazing! The walk to the stadium was not too bad. We got a chance to visit a few local vendors along the way and the wait to get in the stadium was not long at all. Once in the stadium, the lines were long for some food vendors, but that was expected. Finding our seats was relatively easy and staff was available to assist, if needed. My husband and I had an amazing view and we got to meet Poe and take a picture. I can't wait to visit again! It felt good to see our team in person at M&T Bank Stadium!
My one night stay in Baltimore coincided with a Ravens game so had to go. The stadium was easy to get to and plenty of parking meant i had a very short walk to the stadium. The atmosphere around the stadium was great before and after the game. Gates weren't too crowded and no long queues to get in which meant it only took 5mins to get in. Once inside you're inundated with different food and drink options on every level. The stadium is cash free so make sure you remember your bank card and one other thing i found was that if you have a contactless bank card you're able to skip most of the queues as some of the registers only accept contactless payments and i believe its not as common as it is in the UK, where I'm from, so i didn't have to wait to order food and drinks. My seats were easy to find and the view was fantastic. The atmosphere inside the stadium was fun with everyone fully up for the game. Great game and i would definitely come to another if I'm ever in Baltimore again 🏈.
Everything about the game was great! Parking, ease with security check in, and food as expected. My seat had a great view and the Ravens won!
I enjoyed meeting Jimmy Smith and other Ravens. I also, enjoyed running reps on the field. Good exercise for me.