What is Buffalo Bills mascot?

The Buffalo Bills are a professional American football club that plays its home games in the metropolitan region surrounding Buffalo.

The Buffalo Bills are a team that participates in the National Football League and are a part of the American Football Conference East division of that league.

The squad calls Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, New York, their home field for all of their games.



They were established in 1960 as a founding member of the American Football League (AFL), and after the AFL and NFL merged in 1970, they became a part of the NFL. The name Bills comes from an All-America Football Conference (AAFC) franchise in Buffalo, which was named after western frontiersman Buffalo Bill.

William "Billy" the Buffalo
William “Billy” the Buffalo

What is the Buffalo Bills mascot?

The official mascot of the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League is William “Billy” the Buffalo, who made his debut in the year 2000 in Orchard Park, New York.

He is a blue American buffalo that stands at a height of 2.4 meters and became the full-time mascot of the team in the year 2000. He is identified by the “number BB” on his jersey.

The mascot Billy Buffalo underwent a redesign in 2018, and public reaction to the “makeover” of the character has been varied. The former wearer of the costume, Jason Ballock, who wore it from 2006 to 2011, lauded the redesign for being more streamlined and “child friendly.”