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Detroit Lions 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 1935 NFL championship, beating the New York Giants 26-7 at the University of Detroit Stadium.

During the 1950s, the Lions enjoyed some of the most successful seasons in their history, winning three league championships against the Cleveland Browns in 1952, 1953 and 1957. Divisional titles came again in 1991 and 1993. 

Detroit Lions Team Info

Conference: NFC

Division: North

Year Founded: 1930

Head Coach: Dan Campbell

Team Colors: Honolulu Blue, Silver

Mascot: Roary the Lion

Rivals: Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings

Detroit Lions at Ford Field

The 65,000-capacity Ford Field consists of 1.85 million square feet and has four levels of suites, a level of club seating, and a ground level designated for concessions and retail. It also has some of 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.

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 video boards 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.


The Detroit Lions’ schedule release video was posted on May 11, 2023, and features hilarious A.I.-generated commentary from Lions general manager Brad Holmes, head coach Dan Campbell and quarterback Jared Goff. You can watch the clip here.

The Detroit Lions’ 2023 regular season — their 90th in Detroit — kicks off in September at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, when the Lions face off against defending Super Bowl champions the Kansas City Chiefs. The Lions play their final game of the regular season at home against their NFC North rivals the Minnesota Vikings. Here’s a list of key games to keep an eye on:

  • 09/07 @ Kansas City Chiefs
  • 9/17 vs. Seattle Seahawks
  • 11/12 @ Los Angeles Chargers
  • 11/19 vs. Chicago Bears
  • 11/23 vs Green Bay Packers
  • 12/17 vs. Denver Broncos
  • 12/24 @ Minnesota Vikings

Tickets for the 2023 regular season can be purchased on Ticketmaster, the Official Ticket Marketplace of the Detroit Lions.

Check out the Ford Field seating chart here.

The Detroit Lions’ biggest rivals are the Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, and Minnesota Vikings.


Rating: 4.2 out of 5 based on 959 reviews
  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Great watch party!

    by Andrew on 2/5/24Ford Field - Detroit

    Bummed about the loss but it was so awesome watching it at ford field. The screens on the field were a great idea

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Great time!

    by Neil on 2/5/24Ford Field - Detroit

    Could have had better crowd disperse traffic. Overall, great time though.

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    A tough loss, a tougher time with line waiting in the cold.

    by NFC Championship Watch Party - Detroit Lions at San Francisco 49ers on 2/3/24Ford Field - Detroit

    A tough loss, but even tougher time with the frustration of being in the cold elements for a very long time. The long line waiting was unacceptable to get into Ford Field for this event! I've been to regular played football games, big concerts at Ford Field and it did not take as long to get in. It seems that management was totally unprepared on how to handle entry for this event. Once we were in Ford Field and in our seats for the NFC Championship Watch Party for the Detroit Lions at San Francisco 49ers it was fun and exciting environment even though being disappointed with the Lions loss that evening.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Had a great time at the playoffs

    by Tookie on 2/2/24Ford Field - Detroit

    Ford Field really rock the two playoff games the watch party you got to take the points coach

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Super Fun!

    by Kat on 2/1/24Ford Field - Detroit

    Really great energy from the crowd. I wish they would have more watch parties at Ford Field in the future.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    True Grit

    by Connie77 on 2/1/24Ford Field - Detroit

    It was one of the most wonderful moments in my life. The fans were true blue all the way 💙 through. I will absolutely love to do it again. Go Lions 🦁

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Great Ride

    by RDT on 2/1/24Ford Field - Detroit

    I would like to thank the Lions for terrific ride. I just started watching football in November. Lions will be ready next year! Way to go Lions!

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Still a FAN

    by Kei on 1/31/24Ford Field - Detroit

    The lions had a really great season despite our mishap of going to the Super Bowl i am 29 years old my grandmother worked at ford field since it’s been established and i e been watching football all my life basically those lions that has played this season are nothing like I’ve ever seen before they are thirsty for blood and we are ready for war on that field those guys work hard out there for everything they gotten this far and I am still proud to stay i am from Detroit and they ARE MY FAVORITE FOOTBALL TEAM GOOD JOB GUYS GREAT SEASON LLLEETTSSSS GGGGOOOOO LLOOIIINNNSSSS!!!!!!!!

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Electric Atmosphere (Until We Lost)

    by George on 1/31/24Ford Field - Detroit

    Place was absolutely energetic! Everyone was excited and having fun! Only downside was the collapse in the second half bringing everyone down. Still an amazing experience and definitely hope to get season tickets for next season!

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Great experience!

    by Bran on 1/31/24Ford Field - Detroit

    Despite the outcome, I really enjoyed the Lions watch party! The power hour and pre game entertainment were great and really set the scene! My only area for improvement would have been playing music during the commercials. Our crowd was super excited to be there but feel like music would have assisted in keeping energy up and kept people from leaving their seats so frequently if it felt like more of party in the stadium. Otherwise, amazing experience and event. Excited for next season!+