Oakland Raiders Suites

Oakland Raiders Suites

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

If the autumn wind is a Raider, then the fans in the Black Hole of the Coliseum are a full-on hurricane. Since the Oakland Raiders have moved back to the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in 1995, Raider Nation has made this venue on of the most famous places in the NFL.

We all know that Raiders fans bleed black and silver, making this shrine to football serve as one of the most intimidating venues in the league. However, for those privileged enough to experience the action and intensity of Raiders football from the comfort of the luxury suites, this is one of the most inviting stadiums in all of football.

This famous venue, opening in 1966 and home to both the Oakland Athletics as well as the Oakland Raiders, is one of the oldest stadiums in the league. Recent years have seen a host of problems throughout the venue due to age, making the exclusive luxury suite level even more attractive to prospective spectators. If you are looking to host a professional or private group for an Oakland Raiders game, LuxuryVIPSuites.com is your ticket for the best suite locations and pricing. Our long-standing relationships with Raiders suite owners has afforded us the opportunity to market these incredible luxury boxes. Contact our office today at 610-828-7407 to learn more about how you can acquire a luxury suite for an Oakland Raiders home game.

If you happen to own a suite at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum and you are not yet partnered with LuxuryVIPSuites.com, you are missing out on a very lucrative opportunity. There are plenty of groups looking to host events in your suite. Why not make back some of your annual expense by renting out your luxury box for the games you cannot attend? Email us direct at sales@luxuryvipsuites.com to learn more about how LuxuryVIPSuites.com can revolutionize your luxury suite ownership experience.

Entertain clients at an Oakland Raiders home game!

The Oakland Raiders are a storied NFL franchise with a rich history deeply rooted in winning. A tradition stemming from the late Al Davis’s “Commitment to Excellence” slogan, the Raiders gained notoriety and a national following through their dominant physical play throughout the 1970s and 1980s.  Their winning culture, which culminated in three Super Bowl victories to go along with an AFL Championship from their tenure prior to the merger, brought the Oakland Raiders into the spotlight as a team known for their punishing style of football.

After the merger, Head Coach John Madden focused his team on controlling the NFL through dominant defense. The Raiders, ripe with Hall of Fame talent, would make the playoffs seven out of the next eight seasons, including their first Super Bowl win in 1976.

Madden walked away after 10 consecutive winning seasons and a Super Bowl Trophy to go on to a brilliant career as a television commentator. The departure did not stop the Silver and Black, who went on to win Super Bowls in 1980 and 1983 (their only title during the Los Angeles Raiders years). Team owner Al Davis trademarked the term “Just Win, Baby!” and he clearly lived by that credo.

That championship culture, however, began to dissolve in the late 80s and by the early 90s the team had fallen into mediocrity. A mix of retirements, players traded away, and failed draft picks brought this powerhouse back to the middle of the pack. A move back to Oakland prior to the 1995 season and a flurry of new faces breathed new life into the franchise. They would climb out from the bottom of the standings and reach championship level play again with an AFC Championship appearance in 2001 (largely remembered as the Tuck Rule Game). Unfortunately, this period did not last and by 2003 the Raiders were back in disrepair and would remain there for more than a decade.

There was no doubt that Quarterback Derek Carr would have a fire in his belly to start the 2018 campaign. In fact, the entire team had a renewed resolve to bring this group all the way to a Super Bowl. The coach to take them there, starting his second stint in Oakland, was none other than Jon Gruden. Commanding a huge salary, Gruden’s aim was to live up to his contact by bringing the hardware back to Raider Nation. However, the first season back with Oakland did not go according to plan. A 4th place finish in the AFC West and an embarrassing record of 4-12 meant that Gruden and company would need to work out the kinks if they hoped to compete at a high level in 2019.

After a miserable start, Carr’s play under center rebounded and his statistics stabilized as the year went on, putting him at career numbers for passing yards and completion percentage. Looking forward, there is definitely some hope that the offense could come together this season.

Monster running back Marshawn Lynch’s days in Oakland are over, and the Raiders are prepared to move on. Drafting Josh Jacobs out of Alabama with the 24th overall pick in 2019, he is expected to shoulder the load this season. A huge trade in the offseason with Pittsburgh brought Antonio Brown to the bay area. However, Brown brought all kinds of drama with him that resulted in numerous issues for the team. Just prior to week one, the Raiders decided that they had had enough and released the wide receiver.

The defense has been missing a big veteran presence that galvanizes the group. Hopefully Brandon Marshall, the middle linebacker who came over from Denver can be that leader. They have also brought on board controversial linebacker Vontaze Burfict for 2019. He brings a ferocious tenacity to every down he plays. So, too, does Clelin Ferrell, the Raiders number four overall pick from 2019. A promising defensive end, Ferrell is looking to take down the opposing QB on every play. Oakland also added Trayvon Mullen from Clemson as well. Taken in the second round, Mullen will patrol the outfield at cornerback.

There is no doubt about the direction that the team is hoping to go in 2019, and now there are no doubts about the geographic location of the franchise moving forward. It was announced in 2017 that current team owner Mark Davis won the necessary votes to move the team to Las Vegas. While the Raiders will play in Oakland through 2019, the team is officially moving to Sin City to become the Las Vegas Raiders by 2020.

While there has been no shortage of NFL Hall of Fame players to have dressed in the iconic silver and black, a few names stand out among the rest for their unending efforts on the field and famous play which has made them hometown heroes. Among this group are George Blanda, Jim Plunkett, Dave Casper, Fred Biletnikoff, Cliff Branch, Ted Hendricks, Jim Otto, Ken Stabler, Howie Long, Willie Brown, Tim Brown, Art Shell, Gene Upshaw, Bo Jackson, and Marcus Allen. Click here to learn more about the illustrious history of the Oakland Raiders as well as about the current squad.

If you own an Oakland Raiders suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or are unable to attend.

This is a great opportunity to offset much of your suite expense which you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Oakland Raiders game should go unused.

Benefit from extra revenue with LuxuryVIPSuites while helping out a corporate group that needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in your Oakland Raiders suite.

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