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Denver Broncos Tickets

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2024 Denver Broncos Tickets - Season Package (Includes Tickets for all Home Games)

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Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs

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Denver Broncos at Seattle Seahawks

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Denver Broncos

Conference: American Football Conference (AFC)

Division: AFC West

Stadium: Empower Field at Mile High (capacity 76,125-85,000)

Head Coach: Sean Payton (2023-present)

Starting Quarterback: Russell Wilson

Star Players: Jerry Jeudy (WR), Justin Simmons (S), Patrick Surtain ll (CB)

2022 Regular Season: 5-12 (14th in AFC)

2022 Playoffs: Did not qualify

Legendary Former Players: John Elway (QB), Shannon Sharpe (TE), Terrell Davis (RB)

Super Bowls (NFL Championships): 3 - 1997 (XXXII), 1998 (XXXIII), 2015 (L)

Denver Broncos

The Denver Broncos joined the NFL in 1970 following the AFL-NFL merger, but after stuttering out of the gate initially for a few seasons, the team from the Mile High City rarely looked back after that. The Broncs had their first taste of postseason action in 1977 and nearly went the distance on their first try, falling only at the final gate 27-10 to the Dallas Cowboys at Super Bowl XII. The team became regular playoff contenders in the ensuing years, with their powerful defense earning the nickname “Orange Crush” for their stifling of opposing teams’ running games. Led by legendary quarterback and all-time NFL great John Elway, who spent his entire 16-year career in Denver, the Broncos returned to the Big Dance in three times in the late 1980s, but ultimate success still eluded them, losing 39-20 to the New York Giants in 1986 (Super Bowl XXI), 42-10 to the Washington Redskins (now the Washington Commanders) in 1987 (Super Bowl XXII), and 55-10 to the San Francisco 49ers in 1989 (Super Bowl XXIV). As the team rebuilt through the early 1990s, it seemed like Elway might be destined to go down as one of those unfortunate great athletes never to crown their illustrious career with a league title, but incredibly the stars finally aligned for the Broncos in 1997 when the team beat Brett Favre’s favored Green Bay Packers in a scintillating 31-24 game to win Super Bowl XXXII. Bolstered by a superb supporting cast including future Hall of Famers Shannon Sharpe at tight end and Terrell Davis at running back (who was named Super Bowl MVP), Elway finally led his team to the championship that he had sought after for so long. And, despite being 37 at the time, “The General” was not done yet. Laying aside his first Super Bowl ring, he immediately claimed a second, taking his team once more to the Big Show the very next year in 1998, where they downed the Atlanta Falcons 34-19 to claim Super Bowl XXXIII. Elway decided to call time on his career as a player, but he was not done with the Broncos, or the Super Bowl, just yet. The legend came back to the Broncos as General Manager in 2011 after a few years of struggle for the team, signing future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning, and oversaw the team’s return to the Big Dance. In 2013, the Broncos reached Super Bowl XLVIII, where they lost heavily to the Seattle Seahawks 43-8, and Super Bowl L in 2015, where they defeated the Carolina Panthers 24-10 to claim the franchise’s third championship. Uncharacteristically, the Broncos have struggled since that last big win, failing to make the playoffs ever since and registering a 5-12 record in 2022. The team’s loyal fans are hoping to see them improve in 2024 and spring a few surprises. 


How can I get cheap tickets to Denver Broncos games?

As one of the most storied teams in the NFL, the Denver Broncos have a massive loyal fan base that flocks to home games at Empower Field at Mile High in their thousands. While this creates a superb game day atmosphere at the stadium, it can make tickets difficult to find, particularly for key regular season deciders, postseason playoff games, or rivalry matchups (see below), which frequently sell out well in advance. To find the cheapest tickets to Denver Broncos football games, search the TicketX listings and game schedule on this page and use our handy TicketX seating chart to compare prices and locations. You can buy tickets with the lowest commission fees from TicketX with a single click! 

Denver Broncos football rivalries

The Denver Broncos have three main divisional rivalries with two tough opponents (the current Super Bowl holders the Kansas City Chiefs and the fearsome Las Vegas Raiders) and one team that they always should beat (the Los Angeles Chargers). Their rivalry with the Raiders has been particularly spicy over the years, with several key playoff matchups between the two teams. The Broncos also have long-standing historical rivalries against the Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Seattle Seahawks, and New England Patriots, with the latter dialed up to 11 in the 2000s by a personal rivalry between star quarterbacks Tom Brady and Peyton Manning

Are Denver Broncos football games exciting?

Denver Broncos football games are a whole lot of fun, with a convivial but intense atmosphere with fans who have seen it all (the good, the bad, and the ugly) from their team over the years. If the team is struggling, you can join right in with the inevitable grumbling, but make sure you are the first up out of your seat when the Broncos do score, as there will be high fives and handshakes (and maybe a few hugs) from friendly locals. Broncos also love to gather hours before kickoff for tailgating parties where plenty of drinks, snacks, and gossip about the team are consumed in the buildup to the game. Get your Denver Broncos tickets from TicketX today!


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