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Baltimore Ravens Tickets

Aug 11Sun 01:00 pm

From $40.22

TBD at Baltimore Ravens Preseason Game 1

M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

Aug 25Sun 01:00 pm

From $40.22

TBD at Baltimore Ravens Preseason Game 2

M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

Aug 31Sat 11:58 pm

From $1,418.76

2024 Baltimore Ravens Tickets - Season Package (Includes Tickets for all Home Games)

M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

Sep 01Sun 01:00 pm

From $222.10

Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

Acrisure Stadium, Pittsburgh, PA

Sep 01Sun 01:00 pm

From $228.17

Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals

Paycor Stadium, Cincinnati, OH

Sep 01Sun 01:00 pm

From $150.20

Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens

M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

Sep 01Sun 01:00 pm

From $147.66

Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns

Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, OH

Sep 08Sun 01:00 pm

From $121.44

Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens

M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

Sep 15Sun 01:00 pm

From $187.28

Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens

M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

Sep 22Sun 12:00 pm

From $123.71

Baltimore Ravens at New York Giants

MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ

Sep 22Sun 01:00 pm

From $124.86

Denver Broncos at Baltimore Ravens

M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

Sep 22Sun 01:00 pm

From $131.63

Baltimore Ravens at Dallas Cowboys

AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX

Sep 22Sun 01:00 pm

From $346.98

Baltimore Ravens at Kansas City Chiefs

GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, MO

Sep 22Sun 01:00 pm

From $99.74

Baltimore Ravens at Los Angeles Chargers

SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA

Sep 29Sun 01:00 pm

From $128.71

Las Vegas Raiders at Baltimore Ravens

M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

Oct 06Sun 01:00 pm

From $187.28

Philadelphia Eagles at Baltimore Ravens

M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

Oct 13Sun 01:00 pm

From $154.89

Washington Commanders at Baltimore Ravens

M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

Oct 20Sun 01:00 pm

From $175.92

Buffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens

M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

Oct 20Sun 01:00 pm

From $210.07

Baltimore Ravens at Houston Texans

NRG Stadium at NRG Park - Complex, Houston, TX

Oct 27Sun 01:00 pm

From $209.97

Baltimore Ravens at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL

Baltimore Ravens

Conference: American Football Conference (AFC)

Division: AFC North

Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium (capacity 70,745)

Head Coach: John Harbaugh (2008-present)

Starting Quarterback: Lamar Jackson

Star Players: Justin Tucker (K), Roquan Smith (ILB), Marlon Humphrey (CB)

2022 Regular Season: 10-7 (6th in AFC)

2022 Playoffs: AFC Wild Card Playoffs (defeated 24-17 by Cincinnati Bengals

Legendary Former Players: Ray Lewis (LB), Jonathan Ogden (OT), Ed Reed (DB/FS)

Super Bowls (NFL Championships): 2 - 2012 (XLVII), 2000 (XXXV)

Baltimore Ravens

In 1996, the Ravens brought NFL football back to Baltimore for the first time in over a decade when they joined their fellow feathered friends the Orioles of MLB in representing the city. Bizarrely, after losing their original NFL team (the Colts) to Indianapolis in 1983 where they became the Indianapolis Colts, Baltimore was able to acquire the Cleveland Browns, though the league promised that Cleveland would also be given a new franchise with the same name and colors as before. Thus the new team in Baltimore needed a name and so settled on the Ravens, apparently as a tribute to former Baltimore resident Edgar Allan Poe (the eminent poet and author who penned the “The Raven”). The Ravens had a bit of a forgettable start in their first few years in Baltimore, but soared to the highest perch of all in 2000 when they not only made their first-ever playoff appearance but actually went the distance, defeating the New York Giants 34-7 to win Super Bowl XXXV. Unusually, a linebacker won Super Bowl MVP, with the Ravens’ Ray Lewis dominating the field by blocking four passes and tackling pretty much anything that moved all day. The team became a regular playoff contender in the years that followed and delighted their fans again in 2012 when they not only won Super Bowl XLVII 34-31 over the San Francisco 49ers but smashed the Colts (who had left Baltimore in the 1980s) en route, which was sweet revenge for some of the older football fans in the city. After a somewhat disappointing playoff loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in 2022, the Ravens are flying high again this season so far at the top of the AFC. Can they bring home a third Super Bowl? Only time will tell. 

How can I get cheap tickets to Baltimore Ravens games?

In a city glad to get football back in their city after 13 long seasons without it, the Baltimore Ravens would have likely enjoyed great local fan support even if they had not stormed to those two Super Bowl victories in 2000 and 2012. But they did, and the rest is history, with the Ravens maintaining one of the most loyal fan bases in the NFL, with thousands of fans flocking to pack M&T Bank Stadium for every home game. While this is great for game day atmosphere, it can make tickets tricky to find, particularly for key regular season deciders, postseason playoff games, or rivalry matchups (see below). To get your hands on the cheapest tickets to Baltimore Ravens football games, search the TicketX listings and game schedule on this page and use our trusty TicketX seating chart to compare prices and locations. You can purchase tickets with the lowest commission fees from TicketX with a single click! 

Baltimore Ravens Rivalries

When it comes to the question of who is the Baltimore Ravens’ biggest rival, no other team comes close to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Located just a 5-hour drive down the I-70 from one another, the Ravens and Steelers are both teams proud of their hard-hitting approach to the sport, leading to some incredible games between the two, with many matchups decided by just a few points. The pair have met four times in the playoffs, with the Steelers holding the edge at 3-1. The Ravens also have divisional rivalries with the New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans that have both been spiced up by altercations between players and coaches in past games.

Are Baltimore Ravens football games exciting?

Going to a Baltimore Ravens football game at M&T Bank Stadium is quite the experience. As the teams are preparing to hit the field, expect all kinds of razzle-dazzle, including lighting displays, lasers, smoke machines, and plentiful fireworks. As well as cheerleaders, the Ravens also have a marching band who play a fight song, quite unusual for an NFL team as this is more often seen in college football. As with any NFL game day, the party before (and during) the game is just as important as what happens on the field in Baltimore, with fans gathering in parking lots around the stadium to gather with friends and fellow football fans to enjoy tailgating with plenty of food and drinks.


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