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Cincinnati Bengals Team History

The Cincinnati Bengals were founded by legendary head coach and Pro Football Hall of Famer Paul Brown, and played their first season in 1968. The Bengals got their name from Brown's coaching past, as tiger mascots had been a common thread throughout his career. The Bengals have won 11 AFC North Championship titles and three AFC Championship titles. They won their first division title as part of the AFC Central in 1970, becoming the first expansion team to win a championship in its first three years.

The Bengals first advanced to the Super Bowl during the 1981 and 1988 seasons, and then again in 2022 for Super Bowl LVI. Since 2005, the team has advanced to the playoffs nine times, including two AFC North Division titles.

Cincinnati Bengals Team Info

Conference: AFC

Division: North

Year Founded: 1967

Team Colors: Orange, Black

Mascot: Who Dey

Team Rival: Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns, Kansas City Chiefs

Cincinnati Bengals at Paycor Stadium

Paycor Stadium — formerly known as Paul Brown Stadium — opened on August 19, 2000. With a capacity of 65,515, more than 70 percent of its seats are positioned along the sidelines. The stadium also features open corners, which gives outsiders a view into the stadium and fans a view of the downtown skyline and bridges crossing the Ohio River. Paycor Stadium was the first NFL venue ever to receive a design award from the American Institute of Architects.

Learn more about Paycor Stadium here.


The Cincinnati Bengals’ schedule release video was uploaded on May 11, 2023. You can watch the clip here.

The Cincinnati Bengals’ 2023 regular season kicks off in September at Cleveland Browns Stadium against AFC North rivals Cleveland Browns. In the final week of the regular season, the Bengals will face the Browns at home in Paycor Stadium. Here’s a list of key games to keep an eye on:

  • 09/10 @ Cleveland Browns 
  • 09/25 vs. Los Angeles Rams 
  • 11/05 vs. Buffalo Bills 
  • 11/16 @ Baltimore Ravens 
  • 11/26 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
  • 12/04 @ Jacksonville Jaguars 
  • 12/23 @ Pittsburgh Steelers
  • 12/31 @ Kansas City Chiefs 
  • 01/07 vs. Cleveland Browns

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

The Cincinnati Bengals were named by their founder and first head coach, Paul Brown, who brought a team to Cincinnati in 1968 and named them “Bengals” after the franchise that played there from 1937 to 1942. 

Check out the Paycor Stadium seating chart here.

The Cincinnati Bengals’ biggest rivals are the Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs.

The Cincinnati Bengals have been to three Super Bowl championship games. Their first appearance was a 26-21 loss at Super XVI against the San Francisco 49ers. The Bengals would return to the Super Bowl in 1989, and then again in 2022, losing to the 49ers and Los Angeles Rams, respectively.  


Rating: 4.2 out of 5 based on 837 reviews
  • Rating: 2 out of 5


    by Tom on 8/19/23

    Team practice on field not next to fans so you could not really see the practice.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Well organized. Lot of fun.

    by Jim on 8/16/23

    Cold drinks water, coke Gatorade Hot Dogs. No waiting plenty of seating and room.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Exciting watching practice exchanges.

    by Marilyn on 8/16/23

    My son and I sat & watched the practices. The best was after the practice how the players came over to autograph fans' items. I got several signatures on hats. But I have a once in a lifetime moment when the wonderful Sam Hubbard told me to turn around & signed the back of my Hubbard jersey. 🥰☺

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Bengals STM Training Camp

    by Joe on 8/16/23

    There were long lines to get in and the mobile ticketing wasn't working very well for some people which created further delays. They should have had more players signing autographs, The STMs are their most loyal fans and the people who stuck with them through the poor years. The Bengals and players should have went out of their way to thank these fans. In previous years about half the players hung out and signed autographs, this year it was maybe 20 and very few of the big name players.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Practice 8/13

    by Jeff Smith on 8/16/23

    Some shade for the bleachers would be nice. The “VIP’s” shouldn’t be the only ones spared the sun.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    It is what it is

    by Jim lunsford on 8/13/23

    It was a preseason game learnedsome things about the Bengals always room for improvement

  • Rating: 1 out of 5


    by Rachel on 8/12/23

    I have been to a few open practices that were way better than this. Advertising it as a “closed practice” for “just season ticket holders” was really wrong to do. It was the complete opposite. Half of the fans were packers fans and the line to get in wrapped all the way around the Kettering facility. I wish I just went to an open practice when I only had to wait behind a few people and could actually see. I don’t mind having packers fans there at all, and I love this team, but this event was so poorly executed. It was so overcrowded and not worth it at all. Waste of a day

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Good but not great.

    by Corbs on 8/12/23

    The game atmosphere is fine but the food and drink prices are outrageous. The beer selection in the club area is very poor. It would be nice to have some local ales and lagers on tap.

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Bengals Practice

    by Melissa on 8/12/23

    We waited one hour to get in as there was only one point of entry. Many ppl left.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Always love being in the jungle!!

    by Whodeydiva on 8/5/23

    It was great to be back in the jungle… the biggest room for improvement that I see is to make it an evening event.. it’s always in July and it’s always 🥵 HOT In July.. it would make it much more tolerable and fun!! I’ve been going to Bengals games since I was a kid and at 63 I’m realizing I can’t tolerate things the way I used to.. especially HEAT !! This old lady almost fell out!! It was unbearable!! An evening event would make it so much easier for us older diehard fans and the local bars and businesses would benefit for the after party!! I know it’s training camp but for us diehard fans it’s the kickoff of the season!! Give us a break!! Please!!