As an international traveller, the whole experience was amazing. Starting with the ease of transport to the game, to well marked out signs once we arrived. Throughout our game, staff were particularly friendly and helpful always willing to assist. The pre-game tailgate activation was great fun and overall vibe was great. One piece of advice to international travellers, make sure you pack your passport if you would like to have a drink at the venue.
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Official Ticket Marketplace of the New York Jets
New York Jets History
Beginning play at the Polo Ground in 1960 as The Titans of New York, the franchise changed their name to the Jets in 1963 before adopting Shea Stadium as their home in 1964. In 1968, the Jets became the first AFL representative to defeat the NFL in the Super Bowl as the team beat the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III, an improbable victory that was made possible in part by their quarterback, "Broadway" Joe Namath.
The Jets made a return to the playoffs in the ’80s, and in 1982 made an appearance in the AFC Championship game. Between 2001 and 2010, the Jets made the playoffs six times.
New York Jets Team Info
Year Founded: 1959
Team Colors: Gotham Green, Spotlight White, Stealth Black
New York Jets at MetLife Stadium
The Jets play their home games at MetLife Stadium, an open-air, multi-purpose stadium located at the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey. MetLife is also home to the New York Giants, which makes it one of only two stadiums to be shared by two NFL teams.
MetLife Stadium opened in 2010 and upon its construction, which cost $1.6 billion, was the most expensive stadiums to be built in the U.S. MetLife Stadium has a capacity of 82,500 and has hosted such events as Super Bowl XLVII, Copa America Centenario Final, and the 2021 Army-Navy Game. MetLife will also be one of the sites for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
The New York Jets’ schedule release video was uploaded on May 11, 2023, and features YouTuber Trevor Rainbolt guessing the locations of the Jets’ opponents with the GeoGuessr geography app. You can watch the clip here.
The New York Jets’ 2023 regular season kicks off in September at home as the Jets face off against AFC East rivals the Buffalo Bills. The Jets play their final game of the regular season at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, against divisional rivals the New England Patriots. Here’s a list of key games to keep an eye on:
- 09/11 vs. Buffalo Bills
- 10/01 vs. Kansas City Chiefs
- 10/29 vs. New York Giants
- 11/06 vs. Los Angeles Chargers
- 11/24 vs. Miami Dolphins
- 01/07 @ New England Patriots
Tickets for the 2023 regular season can be purchased on Ticketmaster, the Official Ticket Marketplace of the New York Jets.
Check out the MetLife Stadium seat map here.
The New York Jets have reached the Super Bowl championship once, beating the Colts 16-7 in Super Bowl III in 1969 — the first championship game for which the NFL officially coined the "Super Bowl" name.
The New York Jets were originally named the Titans of New York, but the franchise was sold in 1963 and renamed the Jets. They were renamed the Jets since the team would play near LaGuardia Airport, and because Jets rhymed with the New York Mets, with whom they’d share Shea Stadium.
Top experience. Food/American People/ Game were just amazing
No beer after halftime Stadium in middle of no where Will continue to go to nfl games but not in nyc
Win or lose the experience is like no other Can't explain the energy out there in the stadium. Even walking to your seats you literally feel like your in the game yourself
Left early, but not early enough. The parking lot we were in was about a half mile away from the stadium. The Jets blew a momentum shift at the end of the first half. But the food was good and the service reasonably quick.
Metlife Stadium good times and professional people who work at the event. Thanks for the great hospitality!
Met Life Stadium is very, very Unfriendly to stadium visitors!! 1st place there are No Seats in any of the food establishments, horrible!! 2nd place the Tequila Bar has no Food!! Patrons have to bring food into the bar with No Seats to Dine!! Archaic!!!, to say the Least!!
First time to MetLife stadium first time seein the New York Jets in person and we make history by beating the Eagles for the first time in history. Can’t wait to go back.
I’m an Eagles fan and my boyfriend is a Jets fan and I got the the tickets because he was never at the new stadium before. I was happy to see him smile when they won. We had a really good time.
I am a tourist and I decided to stay in a hotel near the stadium, but to be able to return there is no bridge to cross, there are no paths for pedestrians, cars always have priority, that hindered our return, where it took us more than 2 hours to Being able to order an Uber that exceeds the costs, exaggerated.