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|The Miami Dolphins are members of the AFC East Division. Originally started in 1966 as an expansion team, they joined the NFL after its 1970 merger with the AFL. While many teams experienced an interruption in their playing successes after the 1970 merger, the Fins experienced no such problems. Instead, the Dolphins sustained success throughout the 1970s, leading them to be the first team to advance to the Super Bowl in three consecutive seasons. The team’s plethora of firsts has created a high demand for Miami Dolphins tickets.
In 1971, the team won the AFC championship under quarterback Bob Griese. Miami went on to advance to the Super Bowl, but faced an upsetting loss to the Dallas Cowboys. By 1972 the Dolphins achieved the NFL’s only perfect season, winning every regular season game, two playoff games and Super Bowl VII. In 1973 the Dolphins saw continued success, winning Super Bowl VIII against the Minnesota Vikings. The following year the Dolphins again made the playoffs, but lost to the Oakland Raiders in what is known as the “Sea of Hands” game, one of the most famous games in NFL history.
Dan Marino joined the team in 1983 and would be the Dolphins quarterback for the next 17 seasons. Miami made it to Super Bowl XIX in 1984, but lost to the San Francisco 49ers. In 1999, Dan Marino retired, ushering in a new era for the Dolphins.
As professional sports dictate, the Miami Dolphins meet their rivals on the level in their division from the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets to the New England Patriots. The Miami Dolphins have earned several division and conference championship victories, made several playoff showings and continue to reach towards their next Super Bowl title. Remarkable former Dolphins team members include Dan Marino, Bob Griese, Larry Little, Paul Warfield and Larry Csonka.
Located in Miami Gardens, Florida, the team’s home field is Sun Life Stadium. This arena has been host to five Super Bowls and four BCS National Championship games. With a seating capacity of 75,000, Sun Life Stadium is an enormous venue for Miami fans to enjoy professional football. Enjoy cheering on this treasured Miami football team at this incredible stadium by purchasing your Dolphins tickets now!