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What city and state do the Arizona Cardinals play in?

What city and state do the Arizona Cardinals play in?

State Farm Stadium, formerly known as University of Phoenix Stadium, is a multi-purpose football stadium located in Glendale, Arizona, west of Phoenix.

What are the three cities the Arizona Cardinals have called home?

The Cardinals are the oldest extant professional football club in the United States, and along with the Chicago Bears, are one of two charter members of the National Football League still in existence. The franchise moved from Chicago to St. Louis in 1960 and to Phoenix, Arizona, in 1988.

Where is Arizona Cardinals stadium?

State Farm Stadium
Arizona Cardinals/Arenas/Stadiums

What were the Cardinals before Arizona?

Chicago CardinalsPhoenix CardinalsRacine CardinalsSt. Louis Cardinals
Arizona Cardinals/Former names

Why is Arizona the Cardinals?

The team acquired its nickname in 1901 when its founder, Chris O’Brien, received a shipment of faded jerseys from the University of Chicago Maroons football team that were cardinal red in colour.

Is the Arizona Cardinals field real grass?

The roll-out natural grass playing field is contained in a single 40 inch deep tray measuring 234 feet wide and 403 feet long. Rolling on 546 steel wheels which rest on 13 railroad-like tracks the field travels the 740 feet inside or out of the stadium in approximately 70 minutes at the push of a button.

Has Arizona ever won a Superbowl?

Their second title, and the first to be won in a championship game, came in 1947, nearly two decades before the first Super Bowl….

Arizona Cardinals
Chairman Michael Bidwill
President Michael Bidwill
Head coach Kliff Kingsbury
General manager Steve Keim

Do the Cardinals play on grass?

Who owns the Cardinals stadium?

Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority
State Farm Stadium/Owners

What does it mean when you see a red cardinal?

When you see a red cardinal near your home, it should also serve as a reminder to embrace the new beginnings ahead and have faith that they will comfort your soul. It is strongly believed that cardinals are birds sent from Heaven as spiritual messengers and carriers of the soul.

Do cardinals live in Arizona?

Many people may be surprised that Northern cardinals are found in Arizona. Their range covers the entire Eastern half of the U.S., most of Mexico and only a tiny slice of southeastern Arizona. Phoenix is located in south central Arizona, so cardinal sightings here are rare.

Where does the Arizona Cardinals play their home games?

State Farm Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Glendale, Arizona, west of Phoenix. It is the home of the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League (NFL) and the annual Fiesta Bowl. State Farm Stadium replaced Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe as the Valley of the Sun’s main stadium.

When did the Arizona Cardinals move to State Farm Stadium?

Sun Devil Stadium was also home to the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League (NFL) from 1988 through the 2005 season. Following the 2005 season, the Cardinals moved to State Farm Stadium.

Where did the Arizona Cardinals get their name?

The current name was announced in September 2018 and comes from insurance company State Farm, which has an 18-year commitment on their naming rights deal. Since moving to Arizona from St. Louis in 1988, the Cardinals had played at Sun Devil Stadium on the campus of Arizona State University in Tempe.

When did the Arizona Cardinals last win a game?

The Cardinals did not win more than seven games in any season between 1999 and 2006, and had one of the worst yearly attendance records in the NFL. Sun Devil Stadium gained a reputation for being one of the quietest stadiums in the NFL during the Cardinals’ tenure there (which stood in decided contrast to Sun Devil home games).