Paul Brown Stadium Tickets
Paul Brown Stadium Seating Chart and Event Tickets
Paul Brown Stadium
One Paul Brown Stadium
Cincinnati, OH 45202
There’s something about National Football League stadiums and large bodies of water that just go together. The Pittsburgh Steelers, Seattle Seahawks, San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens among others have used waterfront locations to dramatic effect. So have the Cincinnati Bengals. Their dazzling home field, which opened to the public in 2000, sits just one block from the Ohio River. The stadium takes advantage of its terrific downtown location by using an asymmetrical design to give spectators views of the riverfront and the skyline. There’s also a park that connects the stadium to the shore. The picturesque setting, unique in an urban environment, is one of the joys of owning Paul Brown Stadium tickets.
Watching Brown’s former NFL team is getting to be rather enjoyable, too. The legendary coach, who made history with the Cleveland Browns before going on to found and coach the Bengals, would surely approve of the job Marvin Lewis has done in returning the team to competitiveness. Though they play in the difficult AFC North, they appear poised to make another run at playoffs as Andy Dalton continues to develop. The Bengals have developed a very explosive offensive attack with wide-out AJ Green becoming one of the most feared weapons in the National Football League.
Paul Brown Stadium, which is perhaps known best for the distinctive canopies atop its towering grandstands, is one of the linchpins of Cincinnati’s attempt to revitalize its once-struggling riverfront. There’s also the Great American Ball Park, the Reds new home, and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. City officials also hope to encourage the construction of restaurants, stores and condominiums as part of a project known as “the Banks.”
The Bengals are doing their part to make the area more attractive. You can follow the team’s progress by visiting GoTickets for your Cincinnati Bengals tickets and other NFL tickets. As you’ll quickly discover, the river isn’t the only thing to see in downtown Cincinnati.