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2020 Arizona Cardinals Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ

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Arizona Cardinals Tickets 2019 Season Outlook

Arizona Cardinals has signed several new players ahead of the 2019 season. There have also been a few draft picks to breathe new life into the team. Number one overall draft pick Kyler Murray is set to be the franchise leader for years to come. His exciting style of play should match up well with first year coach Kliff Kingsbury. Some of the notable signings include Robert Alford as a cornerback, Jordan Hicks as a linebacker and Darius Philon as a defensive tackle. The team has added speed this year and it remains to be seen how the players will perform in the coming season. Fans who wish to experience the action can view single game, season and group tickets for all home games from TicketNetwork! 

History of the Cardinals

When the NFL was formed in 1920, the Arizona Cardinals (then known as the Chicago Cardinals) became a charter member of the start-up football league. They, along with the Dectur Staleys (now the Chicago Bears), are the only charter members that are still in existence. In the history of the Arizona Cardinals franchise, they have won two NFL Championships, both of which occurred when they were known as the Chicago Cardinals. The first came in 1925 when they beat the Pottsville Maroons, and the second came in 1947 when they beat the Philadelphia Eagles. It took awhile for the Cardinals to find their way to Arizona, but after stops in Chicago and St. Louis, the franchise finally landed in Arizona when they took root in Phoenix in 1988. It took until 1994 for the team to officially name themselves the Arizona Cardinals.