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The Browns average ticket price for regular season NFL games has remained relatively consistent over the last six seasons. The largest increase came during the 2012 season with an increase of 54% moving from $22 average ticket price to $48 average ticket price. Average ticket prices have significantly increased since 2012, with average ticket prices staying the same in 2013 and 2015 at $60. The average ticket price for Cleveland Browns regular season NFL tickets for 2016 is currently at $56, which 7% lower than the 2015 season.

Cleveland Browns Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 11/2/2016)

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2016 Browns Season Preview

The 2016 Cleveland Browns schedule is set and the Browns are working on improving the team from the inside out. The Cleveland Browns start the 2016 season under new management and with a new head coach, Hugh Jackson. The team has also made headlines by dropping their 2014 first round draft pick, Johnny Manziel. The Browns have named Robert Griffin III as starting quarterback after spending the preseason competing against Josh McCown. The Browns hope that newly drafted wide receiver Corey Coleman will help boost their offense as they work towards their first playoff appearance in over a decade. TicketCity is the place to go for Cleveland Browns Tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium, or supporting Cleveland on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Cleveland Browns tickets, including home and away games.

Cleveland Browns Football at FirstEnergy Stadium

Address: 100 Alfred Lerner Way, Cleveland, Ohio, 44114

The Browns play their home games in FirstEnergy Stadium, located in Cleveland, Ohio. FirstEnergy just recently acquired naming rights to the stadium formerly known as Cleveland Browns Stadium. When filled to capacity, FirstEnergy holds more than 73 thousand screaming fans. If you’re going to a Browns game, you can opt for conventional stadium seating or a place in the Dawg Pound, the bleacher seats in FirstEnergy Stadium. TicketCity is the best place to buy tickets for all Cleveland Browns football games. The Cleveland Browns home bench is on the FirstEnergy Stadium sideline with sections 129-138, so snagging Cleveland Browns tickets in those sections means you'll be sitting near Johnny Manziel. FirstEnergy Stadium parking information is covered in our Browns event guide.

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Cleveland Browns Rivals

With over 120 meetings that dates back to 1950, the “Turnpike Rivalry” has established itself as one of the best in the NFL. The two teams have combined for 9+ NFL Championships and 28+ division titles. Playing in the same division and meeting up twice a season along with the historical accomplishments by both franchises, it is no wonder why these two teams have become hated rivals over the last 60+ years.

How do you become a rival? This is how: The Browns are named after legendary head coach Paul Brown. The Bengals were created by Paul Brown. The Browns and Bengals play in the same division and in the same state. It is not often a rivalry is started from the berth of a franchise, but in this case, that is exactly what happened. This rivalry continues to get better since the first time these two teams met in 1970. The Browns vs. Bengals game is one of the biggest games of the Browns season. Make sure you don't miss out on this game by getting a great deal on Cleveland Browns tickets from TicketCity!

This rivalry is one of the most heated in the NFL and for good reason. The Ravens were once the Browns. After the Browns became a franchise again in 1999, these two teams have battled it out twice a year. With the hatred spreading to the fan base of both cities, the intensity level is felt on the football field. This rivalry has shown no signs of slowing down and continues to be one of the more bitter matchups in the league.

Browns in the Super Bowl, AFC Championship and in the NFL Playoffs

The Browns have one of the more storied franchises in the NFL. Established in 1946 and a member of the NFL since 1950, Cleveland has created a legacy that not many organizations can match. With over 10 conference championships in their history and multiple division titles to go with their 25+ playoff appearances, the Browns will only be adding to their impressive resume in the years to come.

Cleveland Browns Event Guide

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Where is the best place to park for a Browns game at FirstEnergy Stadium?

Exiting from Interstate 90 or Highway 2 put you in the Lakefront District by FirstEnergy Stadium where there is plenty of cash parking lots. Closer to the stadium are season ticket holder lots; contact TicketCity to secure to acquire a pass in one of these lots.

What time do gates open for a Browns home game?

FirstEnergy Stadium gates open two hours prior to kickoff for all Browns ticket holders. You can always purchase Browns tickets from TicketCity prior to the game.

What are the best concession foods at a Browns game at FirstEnergy Stadium?

The Dawg Pound Deli and Browns Bistro offer great local (Cleveland) food options; try one of the corned beef sandwiches from the Dawg Pound. The Grille at the Gridiron offers a wide selection of beers, food and a full-service bar complete with an outdoor patio on the lakeside of the stadium.

How do I get cheap Cleveland Browns tickets?

The surest way to get cheap Cleveland Browns tickets is to visit TicketCity frequently to check out the most competitive prices in the market. If you don't mind preseason games, they can sometimes sell for less than face value. Opponents and how well the Browns are performing can also affect ticket price, so depending on how the season goes, cheap Cleveland Browns tickets may be easier to find.

Who are the most famous former Cleveland Browns players?

The Browns are a tradition rich franchise with a list NFL greats that rivals any other team in the league. Otto Graham, Coach Paul Brown, Jim Brown, Lou Groza, Paul Warfield, Len Dawson and Ozzie Newsome are just a few of the legendary players who suited up for the Browns.

Cleveland Browns Preview History

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2015 Cleveland Browns Season Preview

The Cleveland Browns enter the 2014 season on a high after drafting the flashy quarterback Johnny Manziel. The talk of the offseason was how long it would take Johnny Football to make his way into the starting lineup. But Brian Hoyer would end up starting the team’s first 13 games, and Manziel looked less than ready in the opportunities that he did have. Despite the controversy, the Browns finished with 7 wins, and look to push to the next level and make the playoffs in 2015. To get there, the Browns brought in veteran quarterback Josh McCown. McCown will have one of the Browns most talented receiver groups in years, with Brian Hartline and Dwayne Bowe both projected to start for Cleveland. The Browns should also see improved play on the defensive line, with newly drafted prospects Danny Shelton and Xavier Cooper having the talent to step in and play right away. The AFC North looks to once again be one of the toughest divisions in football in 2015 and for the Cleveland Browns to compete for a division title, they will have to get through one of the toughest schedules in the AFC.

2014 Cleveland Browns Season Preview

The Browns have been the talk of the town since drafting Johnny Manziel at the end of the first round, and he’s starting the season as the backup QB. Brian Hoyer is the man in Cleveland for now, and he’ll try to improve on Cleveland’s 4-12 record in 2013. The Browns also added Ben Tate to take over the running game, and added Andrew Hawkins, Miles Austin and Nate Burleson to the receiving corps. Josh Gordon is facing a year-long suspension from the NFL, so they’ll need that extra production should he not play. Cleveland also picked up Justin Gilbert in the first round, who will look to slot in at cornerback right away to help Joe Haden lock down opposing defenses. Cleveland made some improvements to the offensive line, and was able to resign Alex Mack to a long-term deal. The Browns will open the game in Pittsburgh before having two home games against the Saints and Ravens. The two away games at the end of the season could be crucial if the Browns find themselves in the mix for a playoff spot, with games at Carolina and Baltimore to close it out.

2013 Cleveland Browns Season Preview

The Browns’ most significant addition this offseason was in the coaching staff. Former Carolina Panther offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski was named the new head coach, while former San Diego Chargers headman Norv Turner assumed the position of offensive coordinator. The duo will oversee a young Cleveland offense that includes second-year players at quarterback (Brandon Weeden), running back (Trent Richardson), and wide receiver (Josh Gordon). The elder statesmen of the offense are third-year players Greg Little and Jordan Cameron who will start at wide receiver and tight end respectively. Though changes weren’t made offensively, the Browns did make key signings to bolster the defense. Linebacker Paul Kruger and defensive lineman Desmond Bryant were both signed to step into starting roles. In the NFL Draft, Cleveland further stocked the defense, using the sixth overall pick to select LSU linebacker Barkevious Mingo and a third round pick to grab San Diego State cornerback Leon McFadden. The changes made by the Browns should propel them to a more successful season in 2013.

2011 Cleveland Browns Season Preview

While they may have finished a disappointing 5-11 in 2010, the Cleveland Browns showed flashes of potential that have many optimistic for their success this season. With a powerful running game and a talented quarterback in Colt McCoy who knows how to win, the Browns may make some waves in the AFC North in 2011. McCoy knew nothing but winning as quarterback of Texas, and although his rookie season in Cleveland was full of ups and downs, he demonstrated he could be the future leader of the team. He was certainly aided by running back Peyton Hillis, who powered his way to more than 1,100 rushing yards last year. McCoy will also have the help of wide receiver Joshua Cribbs, who has emerged as a deep threat as well as a return specialist. The defense, which struggled at times in 2010, added a new coordinator this offseason–former Buffalo Bills head coach Dick Jauron. Though he will have his hands full, he has several talented players who will be able to lead the way. Linebacker Scott Fujita has been an elite player in the NFL for several years, and the secondary recently bolstered its veteran leadership as well thanks to the acquisition of former Eagle Sheldon Brown.

2010 Cleveland Browns Season Preview

It has been a long time since fans of the Cleveland Browns have had anything to celebrate. Aside from a playoff appearance in 2002, the Browns have been woefully under-productive for the last decade and have recently been hard-pressed to find a consistent quarterback. This year, coach Eric Mangini finds himself in the hot seat once again. The offense changed things up during the offseason, trading away quarterbacks Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn and installing former Panther signal caller Jake Delhomme under center. Delhomme may be a nice addition if he can cut down on his penchant for throwing interceptions, and he'll have a number of dynamic receivers including speedy return man Josh Cribbs and Brian Robiskie. The Browns defense struggled last year as they ranked toward the bottom of the league in both run and pass defense. The squad has an inexperienced linebacking corps that will need leadership from veteran Scott Fujita to be successful. The defensive line may be an issue as well, as the returning starters only combined for five sacks in 2009. Although fans would like to see a change in Cleveland, chances are it will not come this year, as their division is too good and there are too many uncertainties on offense and defense.

2009 Cleveland Browns Season Preview

Will this finally be the years the Cleveland Browns reward their fans with a trip deep into the playoffs? Browns fans must be hopeful after watching long-suffering Arizona Cardinal fans follow their team to the Super Bowl. The hope of those Cleveland fans will rest squarely on the shoulder of their 2009 quarterback Brady Quinn...or will it be Derek Anderson? Quinn is the most likely opening day starter, but with the injury history of both players there is no telling who will be the QB that ends the season. The Browns will try to ride a strong running game, led by Jamal Lewis, and a surprisingly salty defense a long ways in 2009. Maybe even all the way to the big game in Miami, Florida.

2008 Cleveland Browns Season Preview

The Cleveland Browns have surprised many in the NFL recently with a 2007 run at the AFC Wild Card slot. They've had surprising play as well from quarterback Derek Anderson who somehow has managed to turn the Browns offense into a formidable machine. Jamal Lewis looks like he has a future with the team at running back. The Browns could very well be a surprise team to beat in the AFC next season. You can bet that a game this coming season at Browns Stadium will be an exciting experience for any football fan.

Cleveland Browns News

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Cleveland Browns - 11/25/2016

The Cleveland Browns remain winless as their record falls to 0-11. However things are looking up for the team, as quarterback Robert Griffin III has resumed practicing after missing the season with a shoulder injury and will return before the season is over.

Cleveland Browns - 11/18/2016

The Cleveland Browns suffered their 10th loss of the season against the Ravens and set a franchise record for the worst season start. The Browns are preparing for RGIII to return and help give their offense a boost.

Cleveland Browns - 11/7/2016

The Cleveland Browns lost yet again against the Dallas Cowboys. The team is now 0-9 and one game away from the worst season start ever in team history.

 
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