The New York Giants joined the NFL in 1925. The Giants were among five clubs that joined that year, but are the only one still in the league. The Giants took home their first NFL championship in 1927, finishing 11-1-1 in their third season.

The Giants reached three NFL championship games during the 1940s, and met the next decade with a roster of talented players that would become household names. Stars such as Rosie Brown, Frank Gifford, Sam Huff, Tom Landry, Eddie Price and Kyle Rote helped lead the team to a new era of unparalleled success.

In the mid-1980s, the Giants hit their stride. The team appeared in three wild card games and won two NFC East division titles. In 1986, the Giants won their first Super Bowl – their first NFL title since 1956.

New York kicked off the next decade with their second Super Bowl victory, a 20-19 win over the Buffalo Bills. Big Blue competed through the remainder of the decade and was considered among the NFL’s upper echelon as they approached the new millennium.

In 2000, the Giants enjoyed another successful season by winning the NFC East title. Big Blue defeated Philadelphia during the divisional playoffs and advanced to the Super Bowl for the third time in franchise history, ultimately falling to the Baltimore Ravens 34-7.

Quarterback Eli Manning was traded to the Giants during the 2004 NFL Draft and quickly led New York to the division title in 2005. In 2007, he led the franchise to its third Super Bowl victory and was named the game’s most valuable player.

When the Giants defeated the Patriots in 2011 for their fourth Super Bowl championship, they became the first NFL team to win a Super Bowl in each of the four preceding decades.

The Giants are forever pursuing excellence season after season and striving to take home another Vince Lombardi Trophy. Tackle your chance to see the action LIVE at MetLife Stadium when you purchase your New York Giants tickets now!