First Energy Stadium
Debuting at the start of the 1999 NFL season, FirstEnergy Stadium is the home of the Cleveland Browns. Since then, this great venue has filled each Sunday with fans in the Dawg Pound, rabidly seeking a playoff berth. Located on the site of the old Cleveland Stadium, the new building was commissioned for the second coming of Browns football in Cleveland.
Erected from concrete and glass, with natural stone accents, FirstEnergy Stadium features a surface of Kentucky bluegrass which is kept from freezing through the use of an underground heating system. The real grass adds to the feel of old time football.
While this venue has hosted everything from NFL games to NCAA football to Men’s and Women’s Soccer to FIFA World Cup Soccer and major concert tours, the only thing left on the list is a Browns playoff game. The fans in Cleveland hope that they can check this off their list in the near future.
Football fans in Cleveland, Ohio know about old-time football. However, they also enjoy the modern version of the game and know that the best way to experience all of the action is from the comfort of a luxury suite at FirstEnergy Stadium. These stylish boxes offer top amenities that will impress your guests and have them wanting to come back again and again.
Private luxury suites at FirstEnergy Stadium include VIP parking passes which put you right near the venue. The luxurious confines of the suite feature a climate-controlled area with plenty of seating. Incredible views of the field will capture your attention from the opening kickoff to the last whistle. The enjoyment of the game is only intensified once the decadent catering spread comes into the mix.
Suite owners at FirstEnergy Stadium know that they have an asset that is highly sought-after in Cleveland. LuxuryVIPSuites.com has worked hard to partner with these suite owners to help offer these one of a kind suites to our clients for Browns games throughout the year. We offer the chance to help earn back some of your annual suite ownership expense by renting the suites for unused events. Contact us direct at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our suite marketing program.
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A truly historic franchise with an interesting past, the Cleveland Browns were established in 1946. Playing through the 1995 season, the team left Cleveland for Baltimore and became the Ravens. The city of Cleveland, upset by the loss of the team and desperate for football, announced the expansion Browns in 1998 and began playing again in 1999.
The old Browns are remembered for their dominance on the football field, reaching the championship game every season between 1946 and 1955, winning seven titles along the way with quarterback Otto Graham leading the charge. They also had the honor of rooting for Jim Brown, perhaps the greatest running back of all-time. The early years for the Browns were marked with unprecedented success.
However, since 1964, their last championship winning season, Cleveland has been one of the most snake bitten franchises in all of sports. It has been more than half a century since the Browns were champions. While many great players have rushed onto the field in Browns uniforms, no team has put together the kind of season that would bring them a Lombardi Trophy.
More than 25 quarterbacks have started for the Cleveland Browns since 1999. A slew of free agent and draft pick busts have constantly disrupted the efforts to rebuild this once premier franchise back into a winner. However, with the drafting of Baker Mayfield in 2018, the dark times in Cleveland may be coming to an end.
Using the first pick in the 2018 NFL draft to select quarterback Baker Mayfield out of Oklahoma, fans in the Dawg Pound have their fingers crossed that Mayfield is the leader they need to overcome their woes. The early results look very promising as Mayfield put together a great rookie year. He endured a rough sophomore season so Browns fans will really know what they have on their hands next season as they see how Mayfield bounces back. Cleveland signed Case Keenum as their backup in the offseason as insurance.
The 6-10 record of 2019 was frustrating for everyone. Management fired Freddie Kitchens after just one year at the helm of this team. On paper, this team should have really gone places. Running back Nick Chubb rushed for nearly 1,500 yards while the receiving tandem of Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham, Jr. both went over 1,000 yards receiving. Still, these stats just did not translate to wins. Perhaps under the watch of Kevin Stefanski, the new head coach, there will be a better effort and reach the postseason in 2020. Stefanski comes over from Minnesota where he was the Vikings offensive coordinator. His first big move was to take Jedrick Wills Jr. with the Browns first round draft pick in 2020. The tenth overall pick, this offensive tackle will do his best to keep the QB upright and clean.
Defensively, the Browns had upgraded through the draft by picking up Myles Garrett with the 2018 1st overall pick. He has found himself indefinitely suspended due to a violent incident with Pittsburgh. Defensive end Olivier Vernon was added through a trade with the New York Giants in the offseason to strengthen the resolve up front. Damarious Randall sets up shop in the backfield. Add to the mix the number four overall pick from 2018, Denzel Ward, a dynamic cornerback, and suddenly the Cleveland defense is looking even stronger. They further supplemented this spot with the 46th overall pick in 2019, Greedy Williams from LSU.
There is a long way to go before this group is considered a playoff team, but with hard work and determination, Coach Stefanski may have his squad ready to make a push. Looking at the past great players for the Browns inspires the current squad. There have been many of them in Cleveland over the years including Bernie Kosar, Clay Matthews, Jr., Joe Thomas, Ozzie Newsome, Otto Graham, and Jim Brown. Click here to learn more about the Cleveland Browns history.
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