Cincinnati is home to the Cincinnati Bengals, a professional American football club.
The Bengals are a team in the American Football Conference (AFC) North division of the National Football League (NFL).
The club plays its home games at Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati’s downtown. Paul Brown, a former head coach of the Cleveland Browns, started organizing the Bengals club in 1965, and the city council of Cincinnati authorized the construction of Riverfront Stadium in 1966.
The Bengals’ season of 2021 was a turning point when they won their first playoff game in 31 years, made it to Super Bowl LVI, their first Super Bowl trip in 33 years, and lost to the Los Angeles Rams there.
Cincinnati Bengals Quarterback
American football quarterback Joseph Lee Burrow, who plays for the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League, was born on December 10, 1996.
Cincinnati Bengals Coach
On February 4, 2019, Zac Taylor was named the 10th head coach in Bengals history. After leading the team to an AFC North Division title, an AFC championship, and a spot in Super Bowl LVI in the previous season of ’21, the 2022 season will be his fourth in the role.
Cincinnati Bengals Stadium
The Bengals’ home field is Paycor Stadium, formerly Paul Brown Stadium, and it was built along the riverfront in Cincinnati’s downtown in 2000.
Cincinnati Bengals Logos
The Cincinnati Bengals of the NFL have introduced a new primary logo to replace the tiger one they used until 1997.
NFL Properties created a special initial “B” for the team that incorporates their recognizable tiger stripes.
Cincinnati Bengals Tickets
Purchase tickets for a single game at Paul Brown Stadium to see the Cincinnati Bengals play. Bengals tickets start at $59, which is the lowest price.