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Great.

Oakland Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland Raiders) - Oakland

Great game because the Raiders won AND beat the Broncos! I took BART which was seamless and much cheaper than parking at the stadium.

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Oakland Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland Raiders) - Oakland

Absolutely amazing experience! The seats were great

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Shout Out Oakland Raiders

Oakland Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland Raiders) - Oakland

I'm a Packer Fan, but Big Shout OUT to the Oakland Raiders, it was one he'll of an experience.

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Wasn't worth going

Oakland Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland Raiders) - Oakland

Game was not exciting reffs cheated. Prices for merchandise is way over priced. Seats cost to much.

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Raidernation in full effect.

Oakland Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland Raiders) - Oakland

Scored a huge deal with seats returned by the players. Sat next to the g/f of a defensive lineman. Had a blast. The biggity biggity O was rocking....Get out and see this potential super bowl team this year!!!

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Oakland Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland Raiders) - Oakland

Grate view, close to services and restrooms, easy to go get food

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The Raiders shined in a prime-time showdown

Oakland Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland Raiders) - Oakland

The experience felt at the Oakland Collesium stadium starts when you first arrive in the parking lot. You have something unlike any other event you have ever witnessed. The RAIDERNATION fan base taking tailgating to a whole new level. Once inside, historically a bad team now matches the Bay Area's enthusiasm and the Raiders give you a competitive product that matches it's historic past by Just Winning Baby! The fans can be intimidating but don't let that discourage you. Security is present and overall you'll have a safe experience. I personally don't drink, don't partake in tailgating and have been attending games for over 15 years and have never had any issues. As long as you're not looking for trouble, trouble will not find you. Expect to have a drunk or two siting but the police will be around to usher them out and keep everyone safe. I love bringing my family and friends. They all have a great safe time and express how great the experiance is. I remember going to Los Angeles and the vibe was scary and very much threatning by gang members and other issues. I'm glad the RAIDERNATION in OAKLAND has cleaned the image up and has made it into one of the best organizations in the NFL. The team should stay in OAKLAND and continue the tradition of such a great NFL organization. Good to finally see the team match the Oakland/Bay Area Fans!

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RRRAAAIIIDDDEEERRRSSS!!!

Oakland Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland Raiders) - Oakland

Win or lose tailgating is great and 2016 looks good!

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What a real sports/NFL experience is.

o.co coliseum - Oakland

An NFL/Sports event unlike any other. The Raiders games at O.Co is something all NFL fans should do at least once. For most fans, it's addicting and unmatchable by any other sporting event. Each game feels like the Super Bowl and the fans play the part by performing routine tailgates. Even if you don't tailgate, once you are in the stadium the crowd will be roaring while cheering on a win like it's the last game to ever be seen. If you are lucky enough to witness a win, the fans joyful lifting spirit will impress you with chanting and celebrations as if the Lombardi is being hoisted that same day. I've been going for many years and have yet to feel disappointed, yes I wish we never lost a game, but losing makes the wins feel even more enjoyable and memorable. This upcoming season we expect playoffs and hope to make the experience an even greater one.

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Great last home game of 2015 season!!

O.Co Coliseum (Oakland Raiders) - Oakland

Great seats, easy process, Raiders came back....what more can you ask for!

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Oakland Raiders 2019 Season

The Oakland Raiders will enter the 2019 season hoping to rebound after a 4-12 record last season. Jon Gruden and the rest of his coaching staff will look to lead a talented squad to their second postseason berth in four years. Pro Bowlers Derek Carr returns with the addition of former Pittsburgh Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown. The team has an established group of veterans for the upcoming year and will look to get back to winning ways.

Oakland Raiders History

The Oakland Raiders franchise began play in the American Football League in 1960. The Raiders hired Al Davis as head coach and general manager in 1963. Davis engineered the greatest one-year turn around in pro football history, leading the team to a 10-4 record after the Raiders posted a 1-13 mark the year before. Davis earned AFL Coach of the Year honors. The Raiders became one of the league's top teams, winning the 1967 AFL Championship. In 1966, Davis stepped down to become AFL commissioner and was a driving force behind the AFL/NFL merger. He returned to the Raiders as managing general partner.

After the merger in 1970, the Raiders became part of the American Football Conference Western Division. From 1967–1977 the Raiders appeared in three consecutive AFL title games and six AFC championship games. The 1976 Raiders won the franchise's first Super Bowl title with a 32-14 win over Minnesota in Super Bowl XI. The 1980 Raiders became the first Wild Card playoff team to win a Super Bowl, 27-10 over Philadelphia in Super Bowl XV. After moving to Los Angeles in 1982, the 1983 Raiders defeated Washington 38-9 in Super Bowl XVIII. 

After returning to Oakland in 1995, the Raiders won three straight AFC West titles from 2000 – 2002 and earned a berth in Super Bowl XXXVII after the 2002 season. The team returned to the playoffs in 2016 after a 14-year drought.

The Raiders have produced 26 members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, including owner Al Davis. Raiders players, coaches and staff have earned countless annual and weekly awards over the years, and squads and individual players have set numerous league and team records throughout the past six decades.