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Baltimore Ravens Football

Plan a trip to see the Ravens play with the latest game schedule and ticket information!

After a 13-year professional football void, the Baltimore Ravens brought team pride to the city in 1996. Now, fans cheer on the NFL team at the M&T Bank Stadium for home games and championships. Here’s a guide to football in Baltimore, from the schedule to nearby accommodations, and all of the history in between. 

Baltimore Ravens Game Schedule & Tickets

Home Games at M&T Bank Stadium

See the Ravens play at the state-of-the-art M&T Bank Stadium located at the south point of Camden Yards. Easily accessible from I-95, it offers an amazing view of the Baltimore skyline, features premier video screens in both end zones and is within walking distance of Baltimore's famous Inner Harbor. 

Baltimore Ravens Schedule – 2016 (Full Schedule)

  • September 11, 2016 @ 1:00 PM EDT Ravens v. Bills
  • September 18, 2016 @ 1:00 PM EDT Ravens v. Browns (at Browns)
  • September 25, 2016 @ 1:00 PM EDT Ravens v. Jaguars (at Jaguars)
  • October 2, 2016 @ 1:00 PM EDT Ravens v. Raiders
  • October 9, 2016 @ 1:00 PM EDT Ravens v. Redskins
  • October 16, 2016 @ 1:00 PM EDT Ravens v. Giants (at Giants)
  • October 23, 2016 @ 1:00 PM EDT Ravens v. Jets (at Jets)
  • November 6, 2016 @ 1:00 PM EDT Ravens v. Steelers
  • November 10, 2016 @ 8:25 PM EDT Ravens v. Browns
  • November 20, 2016 @ 1:00 PM EDT Ravens v. Cowboys (at Cowboys)
  • November 27, 2016 @ 1:00 PM EDT Ravens v. Bengals
  • December 4, 2016 @ 1:00 PM EDT Ravens v. Dolphins
  • December 12, 2016 @ 8:30 PM EDT Ravens v. Patriots (at Patriots)
  • December 18, 2016 @ 1:00 PM EDT Ravens v. Eagles
  • December 25, 2016 @ 4:30 PM EDT Ravens v. Steelers (at Steelers)
  • January 1, 2017 @ 1:00 PM EDT Ravens v. Bengals

Plan a Trip to See a Baltimore Ravens Game

Find out how to purchase Ravens tickets and get more information about planning a trip to see a Ravens game. The stadium’s surrounding area is packed with delicious places to eat and fun nightlife spots too!   

The Road to the Ravens Began with the Baltimore Colts

Football fanatics will know that Baltimore's first pro-football team was the Baltimore Colts. The blue and white clad Colts played at Memorial Stadium from 1953 to 1983, coached by famous figures including two-time winner of the Coach of the Year Award, Don Shula (1963-1969) and 1975 Coach of the Year, Ted Marchibroda (1975-1979). Johnny Unitas, one of the most famous quarterbacks in the history of football, played for the Colts from 1956 to 1972.

The Baltimore Colts made two Super Bowl appearances. In 1968, the Colts lost Super Bowl III to the New York Jets, but in 1970, won Super Bowl V against the Dallas Cowboys.

On December 18, 1983, the Colts played their last game in Baltimore. The team had become so connected to the city that fans were upset when the Irsay family would not relinquish rights to the Colts’ name to Baltimore. In 1984, the Baltimore Colts moved to become the Indianapolis Colts.

The Birth of the Baltimore Ravens

In 1996, when Art Modell moved the Cleveland Browns to Baltimore, the city embraced NFL football once again and the Baltimore Ravens were born. Although the Ravens are a young football team, Baltimore has had a long love affair with the game. From local high school football to the University of Maryland Terrapins, Baltimore fans have historically supported and embraced the game.  

Sporting purple, black, gold and white, the Ravens’ name was chosen in honor of famous poet Edgar Allen Poe, as it was believed he wrote his famous poem, “The Raven,” while living in Baltimore in the 1830s.  

The their inaugural year, Ravens touted talented players such as Earnest Byner and Vinny Testaverde as well as Coach Ted Marchibroda from the Baltimore Colts days. After struggling through two seasons, the Baltimore Ravens hired a new head coach, Brian Billick from the Minnesota Vikings offensive coaching staff.

In 2001, the Baltimore Ravens defeated the New York Giants, 34-7, to win Super Bowl XXXV, and Ravens’ linebacker Ray Lewis was named the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player. Coaching duties were taken over by current coach John Harbaugh following the 2007-2008 season.

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