Arizona Cardinals Tickets

Arizona Cardinals Tickets

Arizona Cardinals Tickets

The Arizona Cardinals winners of the 2008 NFC West Division will play at home for the NFC Championship game with victories over the Falcons and Panthers.   Kurt Warner and company have directed two great victories over NFC South opponents and now look to make their 1st Super Bowl appearance with a victory over the Eagles.  If you want to get Arizona Cardinals tickets or parking passes, you’ve come the right place.  Super Football tickets will take care of all your Cardinals tickets needs, and here’s hoping for a Super Bowl appearance this year!

2008 Record:   Regular Season (9-7)     Playoffs (2-0) # 4 NFC Seed

EventVenue Date/Time
PARKING: Arizona Cardinals vs. Seattle SeahawksUniversity Of Phoenix Stadium Parking Lots
Glendale, AZ
Sunday
12/21/2014
TBD
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Arizona Cardinals vs. Seattle SeahawksUniversity Of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, AZ
Sunday
12/21/2014
6:30 PM
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PARKING: San Francisco 49ers vs. Arizona CardinalsLevi's Stadium Parking Lots
Santa Clara, CA
Sunday
12/28/2014
TBD
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San Francisco 49ers vs. Arizona CardinalsLevi's Stadium
Santa Clara, CA
Sunday
12/28/2014
1:25 PM
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NFC Wild Card or Divisional Home Game: Arizona Cardinals vs. TBD (Date: TBD - If Necessary)University Of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, AZ
Saturday
1/3/2015
TBD
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NFC Championship Game: Arizona Cardinals vs. TBD (If Necessary)University Of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, AZ
Sunday
1/18/2015
1:00 PM
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Arizona Cardinals 2009 Schedule

Wk    Date    Matchup    TV    Time
1    Sun, Sept. 13    vs. San Francisco 49ers    FOX    4:15 p.m.
2    Sun, Sept. 20    at Jacksonville Jaguars    FOX    1 p.m.
3    Sun, Sept. 27    vs. Indianapolis Colts    NBC    8:20 p.m.
4    Bye
5    Sun, Oct. 11    vs. Houston Texans    CBS    4:15 p.m.
6    Sun, Oct. 18    at Seattle Seahawks    FOX    4:05 p.m.
7    Sun, Oct. 25    at New York Giants    NBC    8:20 p.m.
8    Sun, Nov. 1    vs. Carolina Panthers    FOX    4:15 p.m.
9    Sun, Nov. 8    at Chicago Bears    FOX    1 p.m.
10    Sun, Nov. 15    vs. Seattle Seahawks    FOX    4:15 p.m.
11    Sun, Nov. 22    at St. Louis Rams    FOX    4:05 p.m.
12    Sun, Nov. 29    at Tennessee Titans    FOX    1 p.m.
13    Sun, Dec. 6    vs. Minnesota Vikings    FOX    4:15 p.m.
14    Mon, Dec. 14    at San Francisco 49ers    ESPN    8:30 p.m.
15    Sun, Dec. 20    at Detroit Lions    FOX    1 p.m.
16    Sun, Dec. 27    vs. St. Louis Rams    FOX    4:05 p.m.
17    Sun, Jan. 3    vs. Green Bay Packers    FOX    4:15 p.m.

Arizona Cardinals Stats

  • For the season ending in 2008, the Cardinals were 8-8-0
  • The Arizona Cardinals’ home field is University of Phoenix Stadium
  • The Arizona Cardinals have won two NFL Championships, but have yet to appear in a Super Bowl

Arizona Cardinals Super Bowls

  • The Arizona Cardinals do not have any Super Bowl Championships yet

Arizona Cardinals Facts

  • The Arizona Cardinals are the oldest team to continuosly be a franchise in the NFL.  They are an NFL charter member.
  • The Arizona Cardinals started as an athletic club called the Morgan Athletic Club, they then became the Racine Normals.  Following that name, when team owner exclaimed, “Those aren’t maroon, they’re cardinal red,” at the teams faded uniforms, they became the Racine Cardinals.  However, to avoid being confused with Racine, Washington, they became an NFL charter member as the Chicago Cardinals.
  • After being overshadowed by the Bears and with low Cardinals tickets sales, the Cardinals moved to St. Louis.  Coincidentally, St. Louis already had a baseball team named the Cardinals.  Finally, in 1988, in order to get their own stadium, the Cardinals moved to Phoenix Arizona, becoming the Phoenix Cardinals.  It wasn’t until 1994 that the Cardinals offically became the Arizona Cardinals.

Arizona Cardinals Tickets