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- Lower Level A, B, C & D
- Club Level: Prime, Sideline and Corner
- Mezzanine Level: Dawg Pound
- Upper Level
2018-19 Cleveland Browns Game Schedule:
In 1944, the Cleveland Browns franchise was born thanks to its first owner Arthur B. McBride. This franchise was acquired from the All-America Football Conference and they began playing in 1946. As the owner, McBride hired Paul Brown (who was also the founder of another Ohio-based pro American football team, Cincinnati Bengals). In the first decade of the AAFC, the Browns were the dominant team. This conference folded in 1949 and the Browns joined the National Football League. Of the four seasons of the Browns in the AAFC, they won all the titles. After joining the NFL, the Browns continued their dominance. In their maiden game, they defeated the reigning champion at that time, the Philadelphia Eagles. From this year until 1955, the Browns asserted their dominance by getting the Eastern division titles in the NFL. They were the champions in 1950, 1954 to 1955. The last title of the Browns during their NFL days was in 1964 when they shut out the Baltimore Colts.
The Browns have been playing in the North division of the AFC since 2002 and they have been playing in the AFC since 1970, after two decades in the NFL (that became NFC during the NFL-AFL merger). As of now, the Browns have 28 playoff appearances, including the AAFC. However, they have yet to win their first Super Bowl title.
The Browns played their home games at the Cleveland Municipal Stadium from 1946 until 1995. The new stadium of the Browns was opened to the public in 1999 and was first known as Cleveland Browns Stadium. This stadium was designed by HOK Sports Facilities Groups. This new stadium has more than 73,000 seating capacity and now goes by the name of the FirstEnergy Stadium. It runs from east to west just like its predecessor and the famous Dawg Pound is still located in the eastern area of the stadium. Modern designs and amenities were included to give fans all kinds of conveniences. It cost about $290 million to construct this stadium. The playing field in this stadium is made up of Kentucky bluegrass. The lighting fixtures were specially designed to place emphasis on the beams and columns supporting the upper deck and are topped by halo designed lights that glow from the canopies at the sideline.