Book a luxury suite for the next New York Giants game at MetLife Stadium
New York Giants luxury suites are a hot commodity in the NFL today. Renting a Giants luxury box is sure to impress your most important clients. Purchased for a cost of $500 back in 1925, the late Tim Mara built a franchise with one of the richest histories in league. A family affair since the beginning, Mara’s sons ran the team for many years. In 1991, Robert Tisch purchased a 50% stake in the team. Today, the Mara and Tisch families run the organization, holding true to the same basic principles the team has always believed – team first.
2007 was a banner year for the New York Giants, as quarterback Eli Manning and defensive end Michael Strahan led the team past the undefeated and heavily favored New England Patriots in one of the most thrilling Super Bowls ever. The Lombardi Trophy was captured again four years later in a rematch with the Patriots. The Mara family is still always in attendance in their Giants suite.
Having won eight NFL championships in their illustrious history, including Super Bowls XXI, XXV, XLII, and XLVI, the nation’s largest city boasts a huge fan base and national market.
Recent seasons have been a bit of a struggle for the Giants, with the 2015 campaign’s record of 6-10 bringing ushering in a new regime. After 12 years on the sidelines, the New York Giants agreed to “mutually part ways” with head coach Tom Coughlin. His replacement was a rookie head coach, former offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo. McAdoo’s familiarity with the team led to an easier transition as his system is much the same
Fans in Giants suites are in for a treat this season, with Eli Manning donning the blue jersey alongside breakout star O’Dell Beckham Jr. and second year receiver Sterling Shepard. Veteran star wide receiver Brandon Marshall signed with the Giants in the off-season to a two year deal worth $12 million, giving them a triple threat in the passing game. Coming over from the Jets, Marshall looks to fill the void left by the release of Victor Cruz. The release of Rashad Jennings will make for an interesting off season as New York tries to fill the open spots.
Eli looks to pad his career stats with another stellar season under center. He currently holds most of the important franchise records pertaining to quarterbacks and is 8th all-time in NFL passing yards. The revamped defense came up huge last season, helping this team fight it out in the NFC East. Olivier Vernon, who joined the team last year, added a big push on the defensive line. Veteran Jason Pierre-Paul who was injured in a fireworks accident last year, came back with a vengeance and looked more impressive than ever. The franchise tag has been placed on JPP, who looks to earn another big contract with his play this year.
Going 11-5 through the regular season, McAdoo’s squad made the playoffs as an NFC Wild Card team before losing to the Green Bay Packers. For more information and history about the New York Giants click here.