New York Giants

The New York Giants. Professional American football team based in East Rutherford, New Jersey, representing the New York metropolitan area.


The city of New York was introduced to professional foot - ball on the same day that the city was introduced to the New York Giants. It was a clear sunny October afternoon in 1925 when the Giants took the field to play against the Frankford Yellow Jackets. The Giants lost their home debut by the score of 14-0 to lower their record to 0-3 after opening with two losses on the road. But more importantly, the New York Giants and profes sional football had arrived.

Tim Mara, a bookmaker (legal at the time) and successful businessman and promoter, purchased the team for a reported $500. In an era when professional football was in the shadows of baseball, boxing and college football, and professional football teams hailed from the towns of Dayton, Rochester and Columbus, league officials believed that a team in a large market such as New York was exactly what was needed to keep pro football alive.

The Giants struggled financially through the first decade but managed to win their first title in only their third season, going 11-1-1 in 1927. With the fall of the Stock Market and the Depression that followed, the 1930s were not off to a great start. Tim Mara suffered substantial losses during the crash that threatened the existence of the Giants. With that fear in mind, Tim Mara handed control of the franchise over to his two sons, Jack Mara, who was twenty-two, and Wellington, who was fourteen. Wellington Mara became the youngest owner of a football team and began his storied career as a major player in the Giants organization.

In 1934 the Giants beat the Chicago Bears, 30-13, in nine-degree temperatures at the Polo Grounds in a game that has become famous as the “Sneakers Game.” With the Giants trailing 10-3 at the half, head coach Steve Owen provided his squad with basketball shoes to increase traction on the icy turf. The team responded with four touchdowns in the second half to turn the game into a Giants rout. If there ever were a time for the National Football League and the New York Giants to fold, it would have come during the years of World War II.

The NFL decided to continue during the war despite losing players to military service. Many of the players that stayed behind were older play - ers that were past their prime. Low attendance forced some teams to fold and other teams like the Philadelphia Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steelers to merge into one team.

Fortunately, the New York Giants were able to survive the war years and managed to reach three NFL championship games during the 1940s. The 1950s were filled with Giants players that would become household names and help bring football to a playing field equal to other spectator sports. With the growing interest in professional football, the Giants continued to make strides to attract the most talented players from the college level. By the time the decade was over, Kyle Rote, Eddie Price, Rosie Brown, Frank Gifford, Sam Huff and Tom Landry would send the Giants and professional football into a new era. The 1960s marked a decade of change for the Giants.

Since they were founded in 1925, the Giants had been a talented team filled with success. The 1960s marked a turning point for our country as well as the Giants. After reaching the title games of 1961, 1962, and 1963 the Giants were hit with injuries and a series of retirements to key players that sent the team through a period of mediocrity. The Giants in the 1970s could best be described as a team in transition. The team called four different stadiums home, played in three different states, and did not play in one postseason game.

Teams like the Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears, and Giants, so strong in the NFL's formative years, gave way to new powers like Dallas, Pittsburgh and Minnesota. The Giants ended almost two decades of losing with one of their most prosperous decades in the 1980s. After finishing in last place or next-to-last eight times in the 1970s, the Giants appeared in three wild card games and won two NFC East division titles.

Through the draft and key trades, the Giants slowly built a winning program. By 1986 the championship pieces fit together 2013 new york giants information guide 257 history of the new york giants and the team was back on top with their first Super Bowl appearance and their first world championship since 1956.


Season Ticket Information

Important Dates
February 1 – Spring PSL transfer period opens
April 15 – Spring PSL transfer period closes
May 1 – Full season ticket payment due for all account holders NOT enrolled in Season Ticket
May 1 – Second installment charged to those account holders enrolled in the Season Ticket Payment Plan
May 8 – 1st Round of NFL Draft and Season Ticket Holder Draft Party at MetLife Stadium
June 11 – Single game tickets onsale at
June 12 – “Manage My Tickets” available through “My Giants Account”
June 15 - Last day to change address to ensure tickets are mailed to correct address
July 1 – Last installment charged to those account holders enrolled in the Season Ticket Payment Plan
July 3 – Season tickets mailed to season ticket holders in good standing
October 1 – Fall PSL transfer period opens
October 31 – Fall PSL transfer period closes

Manage My Tickets
My Giants Account allows you to manage your tickets online. You can choose to sell, email or print game tickets up to three (3) hours prior to the scheduled kickoff and parking up to six (6) hours prior to kickoff. The barcodes on your original tickets become invalid and the recipient of your tickets will be issued new tickets to print from their printer and bring it to the game. It's that simple!

NFL Ticket Exchange
If you are unable to make it to a game or have a last-minute obligation, you can sell your tickets through the NFL Ticket Exchange.

  • Log into My Giants Account using your account number and PIN
  • Click on “manage my tickets” (this will take you to a calendar)
  • Select the game or parking event you wish to sell.
    • A pop-up window will open
    • From the drop down menu, select “Sell Tickets on the NFL Ticket Exchange”
    • Select the seat(s) you wish to sell
    • Click done
  • In the orange box at the top right of the calendar, you will see the number of tickets you wish to sell.
  • Click Continue

First time users of NFL Ticket Exchange will be required to register and create a new password

Once registered, you will not need to log back in if you enter through My Giants Account

If you experience issues with your posting please contact Ticketmaster at 1.888.635.5944.

Print My Tickets
If you've lost your tickets or need to have them in hand and don't have your originals with you, you can print your tickets from your personal printer up to three (3) hours prior to kick off and parking passes up to six (6) hours prior to kickoff. There is no charge for this service.

  • Log into My Giants Account using your account number and PIN
  • Click on “manage my tickets” (this will take you to a calendar)
  • Select the game or parking event you wish to print
    • A pop-up window will open
    • From the drop down menu, select “Print Tickets”
    • Select the seat(s) you wish to sell
    • Click done
  • In the orange box at the top right of the calendar, you will see the number of tickets you wish to print
  • Click Continue
  • A new window will open and allow you to print your tickets

Ticket Forwarding
If want to share your Giants tickets with a friend but don't want to hassle with shipping the tickets to them, you can forward your tickets via email.

  • Log into My Giants Account using your account number and PIN
  • Click on “manage my tickets” (this will take you to a calendar)
  • Select the game or parking event you wish to forward
    • A pop-up window will open
    • From the drop down menu, select “Forward tickets to friend”
    • Select the seat(s) you wish to sell
    • Click done
  • In the orange box at the top right of the calendar, you will see the number of tickets you wish to email
  • Click Continue
  • A new window will open allowing you to review your request – click “continue to”
  • You will now be able to enter the email information of the person you are sending the tickets to

Please note, it is not advised to email tickets to yourself. If you need your tickets, please select “PRINT” as opposed to “FORWARD”.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is NFL Ticket Exchange and how does it work?
NFL Ticket Exchange powered by Ticketmaster is the only Official Ticket Exchange of the New York Giants and the NFL. It's the official way to resell Giants tickets and it features two advantages over other resale sites 1) You receive payment by direct deposit and 2) You are not responsible for ticket delivery. All tickets are verified by barcode.

How does it work?
If you're a season ticket holder, you can take advantage of this service through My Giants Account. Log in to My Giants account and follow the instructions listed above. If this is your first time reselling tickets, you'll be redirected to NFL Ticket Exchange at where you will register and create a resale account and password. After that, whenever you sign in to My Giants Account, you'll be signed into and linked to your NFL Ticket Exchange account automatically.

How are my tickets delivered to the buyer?
Ticket delivery to the buyer is automatic. Ticketmaster generates tickets with new barcodes and sends them to buyers electronically. The barcodes on your original tickets will be deactivated—please discard the tickets when they sell.

How will I receive payment for my sold tickets?
The money goes directly into the checking or savings account you registered when you created your NFL Ticket Exchange account. Note: Your “posting price” (the price buyers pay) is the price you choose minus a 10% seller fee.

Once my tickets have been posted for sale, can I change my mind?
Once your tickets have been sold, you have transferred all rights to your seats and no longer have access to your seats for the game date sold. Your original tickets will no longer be valid for entry and should be destroyed immediately to avoid confusion. In the event the game is rescheduled or cancelled, you will not be eligible for a refund or exchanges.

Until your tickets have been purchased, you may cancel or change the details of your posted tickets or the “posting price”.

  • Log into your account via
  • To change your posting, select "update" next to the tickets you'd like to edit.
  • To cancel you tickets from being sold or to cancel a portion of your seats from being sold, select "cancel" next to your posting. Then select the tickets that you would like to post for sale.

I or my guests didn't receive my tickets via email or I lost the email.
Please call the Giants Ticket Office at 201-935-8222 to have the tickets resent.

New Your Jets:

The New York Jets are a professional American football team located in the New York metropolitan area . The team is a member of the Eastern Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the National Football League (NFL). The team is headquartered in Florham Park, New Jersey . In a unique arrangement for the league, the Jets share MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey with the New York Giants . The franchise is legally and corporately registered as New York Jets, LLC.

The team was founded in 1959 as the Titans of New York , an original member of the American Football League ; later, the franchise joined the NFL in the AFL–NFL merger . The team began to play in 1960 at the Polo Grounds . Under new ownership, the current name was adopted in 1963 and the franchise moved to Shea Stadium in 1964 and then to the eadowlands Sports Complex in 1984. The Jets advanced to the playoffs for the first time in 1968 and went on to compete in Super Bowl III where they defeated the Baltimore Colts , becoming the first AFL team to defeat an NFL club in an AFL-NFL World Championship Game . Since 1968, the Jets have appeared in the playoffs 13 times, and in the AFC Championship Game four times, most recently losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2010 . However, the Jets have never returned to the Super Bowl, making them one of three NFL teams to win their lone Super Bowl appearance, along with the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers .

The team's training facility, Atlantic Health Jets Training Center,which opened in 2008, is located in Florham Park. The team currently holds their annual training camp sessions on the campus of the State University of New York at Cortland in Cortland, New York while holding occasional sessions at the Florham Park complex.







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