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4.1

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Lions game

Ford Field - Detroit

The stadium, (Ford Field) was very nice. The lines were a little long, the bathroom one especially, but the seats were comfortable, the screen was perfect and every thing was perfect

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Good times by all

Ford Field - Detroit

This was mine and my sons first regular season game had a very good time

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Ticketmaster is awesome.

Ford Field - Detroit

Great, affordable, and of course legit. No other ticket site has me comfortable than Ticketmaster.

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Lions on Sunday

Ford Field - Detroit

Everything went as expected except for the people mover not working until 12noon on game day which makes absolutely no since at all.

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Lions & Seahawks

Ford Field - Detroit

Very good time. Loud fans and everyone was nice. Ford field took our lighters, but did not on friday for a concert. Others did not get their lighters took away.

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Go Lions!

Ford Field - Detroit

This venue is amazing! Restrooms and vendors everywhere!

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Ford Field - Detroit

We had 30 people at the game and it was amazing and the choices for places to eat was beyond expectations

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Venue was very nice!

Ford Field - Detroit

Great stadium, I was rooting for the Patriots but they lost against the Lions, but we had a blast!

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Ford Field - Detroit

Seats were upper deck but we could see everything perfect. Go lions!

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The Game

Ford Field - Detroit

What an awesome game to go to. So HAPPY the Lions won Sunday night. I will be back in October for the Luke Bryan concert. So excited. LOVE Ford Field.

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Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Motor City residents come out in droves to rep their team! In the 2017-2018 season, the Lions set the Ford Field record for total attendance at 513,100 fans over eight regular-season home games. And fans who come out toFord Field, one of the NFL's most unique stadiums, are in for a special treat. The home of the Detroit Lions is comprised of approximately 1.85 million square feet with four levels of suites, a level of club seating, and a ground level designated for concessions and retail. Ford Field claims the best sight lines of any football stadium in the United States, made available by a design that omits the traditional club and suite levels, thereby lowering the upper level. There is a total of 65,000 seats.

In 2017, the Detroit Lions announced a $100 million investment into stadium renovations. Updates to The New Ford Field included a complete overhaul of Ford Field's audio/visual guest experience with new videoboards to ensure easy viewing for fans in all corners of the stadium, an upgraded sound system, as well as renovated stadium suites and premium club areas.

Detroit Lions 2018-19 Season

Excitement and expectations are high for the 2018 Detroit Lions and the head coaching debut of Matt Patricia. After finishing 9-7 in 2017, the team is looking to be in the hunt for the third time in five seasons.

Team History

The Detroit Lions haven't always been the Lions. In 1934, George A. Richards, a radio executive, purchased the Spartans, a team from Portsmouth, Ohio. After the $8,000 purchase (a huge sum at that time) he moved the team to Detroit. In only their second year as the Detroit Lions, the team won the NFL championship while playing at the University of Detroit Stadium in 1935.

The team continued to grow and improve until the 1950s, when it enjoyed some of the most successful seasons in its history with championships in 1952, 1953, 1957. From its title win in 1957 until the NFC Central Division Championship win in 1983, the team was rebuilding. Divisional titles came again in 1991 and 1993. Detroit Lions fans are diehard and show up to make Ford Field one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL.