Jacksonville Jaguars tickets - fixtures, schedule & more details
NFL schedule release 2020
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Jacksonville Jaguars Tickets
Team: Jacksonville Jaguars
Division: AFC South
Home Games: TIAA Bank Field
Head Coach: Doug Marrone
Division Championships: 3 (2 AFC Central, 1 AFC South)
All-Time Greats: Fred Taylor, Tony Boselli, Mark Brunell, Jimmy Smith
The Jacksonville Jaguars team officially started in 1993 when the NFL awarded the city an expansion franchise. However, the Jaguars didn't begin to play until the start of the 1995 pro football season. Both the Carolina Panthers and the Jacksonville Jaguars entered the NFL that year and were the first expansion teams to do so in nearly two decades. Although the Jaguars' inaugural season saw only 4 wins against 12 losses, the team still managed to break the previous record for the most wins by an expansion team when it passed the mark of three set by the Cincinnati Bengals. Things started picking up for the team the following year when it managed to take home wins for six of the final seven games. This led to a legendary playoff run and an appearance in the AFC Championship. Snatch your Jacksonville Jaguars tickets now at StubHub.
Where can I get tickets to a Jacksonville Jaguars game?
The Jacksonville Jaguars are ready to take on several franchises throughout the remainder of the 2019 football season. If you want to see all the action, get Jacksonville Jaguars tickets at StubHub. The site can also give you the scoop on upcoming games.
Who are the Jacksonville Jaguars’ biggest rivals?
The team's rivalries are split fairly evenly among the other three members of its division. The Texans, Colts and Titans all have competitive teams that play hard against the Jacksonville Jaguars each season. Because the Jaguars were part of AFC Central for a couple of years, they have also formed a rivalry with formal divisional foes, the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Who is the head coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars?
Doug Marrone serves as the current head coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars. He started out as an offensive line and assistant head coach when he came to the team in 2015. After his predecessor was fired, Marrone coached the final two games for the Jacksonville Jaguars' 2016 season as the interim head. Under Marrone's official leadership for the 2017 season, the Jaguars took home an AFC South division championship title. For the first time in a decade, the team was able to make it to the playoffs.
What was the Jacksonville Jaguars’ record last season?
The Jaguars finished the AFC South division in last place with a record of 5 wins to 11 losses for the 2018 season. Unfortunately in 2019 they didn't improve significantly and finished last again with a 6-10 win/loss record.
How big is the home stadium for the Jacksonville Jaguars?
TIAA Bank Field is the current home of the Jaguars. The venue opened in 1995 on the site of the Gator Bowl Stadium and incorporated some of the architecture of the latter's design. Once the stadium reopened in 1995, it hosted the debut of the Jacksonville Jaguars for the NFL season that year. TIAA Bank Field includes a super suite and 88 luxury suites. It can hold 67,838 sports fans normally and has expansion capabilities to accommodate 82,000 patrons.
Have the Jacksonville Jaguars ever reached the Super Bowl?
While the Jaguars have played in two AFC Championship games, they have yet to get over the hump and reach the Super Bowl. In 1996, Jacksonville lost the AFC title to the New England Patriots 20-6. The Jaguars faced the Patriots again in the conference championship in 2017, this time losing 24-20.
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