The seats and the event were amazing. Everything went perfectly. Houston clobbered Cleveland and the game could not have been any better.
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Houston Texans Team History
Established in 1999 as Houston’s second NFL franchise (after the Oilers moved and became the Titans), the Houston Texans did not participate in their first official NFL season until 2002. In their first home opener, the Texans beat the Dallas Cowboys 19-10, becoming the first NFL expansion team to win their opening game since the Vikings beat the Bears in 1961.
The Texans secured their first big win as the AFC South champions in 2011 and clinched their first berth into the playoffs. They have since secured the title five more times, in 2012, 2015, 2016, 2018, and 2019.
Houston Texans Team Info
Year Founded: 1999
Team Colors: Deep Steel Blue, Battle Red, Liberty White
Houston Texans at NRG Stadium
Reliant Stadium opened in Houston in 2002 as Reliant Stadium, and was renamed to NRG Stadium in 2014. With a capacity of 72,220 for football games, the technologically-advanced stadium features a retractable roof (the first in the NFL), 96,000 square-foot playing field, and four concourse levels. NRG Stadium also served as the site for the NCAA Men’s Final Four in 2023.
Learn more about NRG Stadium here.
The Houston Texans’ 2023 regular season kicks off in September at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland, against the Ravens. The Texans play their final game of the regular season at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indiana against their AFC South rivals the Indianapolis Colts. Here’s a list of key games to keep an eye on:
- 09/10 @ Baltimore Ravens
- 9/17 vs. Indianapolis Colts
- 10/1 vs Pittsburgh Steelers
- 10/29 @ Carolina Panthers
- 11/26 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
- 12/17 @ Tennessee Titans
- 12/24 vs. Cleveland Browns
Tickets for the 2023 regular season can be purchased on Ticketmaster, the Official Ticket Marketplace of the Houston Texans.
Check out the NRG Stadium seating chart here.
The Houston Texans’ name and logo was unveiled before thousands of fans in September 2000. According to the late Texans owner Bob McNair, the name and logo of the Houston Texans was chosen to “embody the pride, strength, independence and achievement that make the people of Houston and our area special." McNair received approval to use the Texans name from Kansas City Chiefs owner Lamar Hunt as the Texans name had been previously used by the Dallas Texans, the precursor to today’s Chiefs.
From the transfer, to pulling up to show tickets, the whole process was easy.
Long lines more men’s bathrooms. They should add porta-potties outside on the ramps when they know there is a sellout. Otherwise great fun!
Great! Marvelous! I am a faithful fan! Love that Stroud!!!
Great stadium! I was sitting in section 611 for the playoff game (Browns vs Texans) and had a great view of the entire field. The scoreboard are huge.
everything about my first time at nrg exceeded expectations! employees were kind, helpful, and phenomenal. many food options. great drink selections. music selection and time it was playing was perfect. loved how the club section is set up. it also helped that the texans won a big game. best stadium i have visited so far.
I’ve been to many games, and this was the best played by the Texans! We won on all aspects of the game
Great experience! Great stadium! Houston has great enthusiasm for its team. Love CJ Stroud and his love for Jesus!!!
The Texans playoff game was an incredible game. It was well worth the money to go. The food and drink costs are pretty high but overall the atmosphere was amazing and had a great time.
Every thing and almost everyone was great. The fans for both teams were awesome. Great atmosphere. The only issue I had personally was the usher at the top of my section was kinds rude as I was leaving and instead of saying thank you for coming to the game like I have become accustomed to at road parks from the employees. She was like goodbye in a rude and rubbing in the beating the team I root for just took. Not what I expected from an employee to say the least. I know they are fans of the team too, but as an employee of the team be professional. Everyone was on Christmas Eve when I went down for the game. Kind of expected the same when they won too.