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Home Games

Thu

Aug 01

12:55 pm

2024 Cincinnati Bengals Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)

Cincinnati, OH

Paycor Stadium

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Sat

Aug 10

7:00 pm

NFL Preseason Game - Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati, OH

Paycor Stadium

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Thu

Aug 22

8:00 pm

NFL Preseason Game - Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati, OH

Paycor Stadium

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Sun

Sep 08

1:00 pm

New England Patriots at Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati, OH

Paycor Stadium

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Mon

Sep 23

8:15 pm

Washington Commanders at Cincinnati Bengals (Monday Night Football)

Cincinnati, OH

Paycor Stadium

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Sun

Oct 06

1:00 pm

Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati, OH

Paycor Stadium

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Sun

Oct 27

4:25 pm

Philadelphia Eagles at Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati, OH

Paycor Stadium

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Sun

Nov 03

1:00 pm

Las Vegas Raiders at Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati, OH

Paycor Stadium

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Sun

Dec 01

1:00 pm

Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati, OH

Paycor Stadium

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Thu

Dec 19

8:15 pm

Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals (Thursday Night Football)

Cincinnati, OH

Paycor Stadium

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TBD

TBD

Denver Broncos at Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati, OH

Paycor Stadium

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The History of Cincinnati Bengals Football

Established in 1967, the Bengals may be one of the younger franchises in the National Football League, but they've made a significant impact in a relatively short span. After several years spent trying, Paul Brown had succeeded in bringing professional football to Cincinnati, and it was welcomed with open arms.

The early years were marked with anticipation as they signed iconic players including Paul Robinson, their inaugural draft pick, and Bob Johnson, the first Bengal to be selected as an All-Pro. They quickly built a loyal fanbase that was ready to support their home team.

Then, in 1982, the Bengals got a taste of the Super Bowl, an incredible accomplishment for the franchise. The "Jungle Krew," led by quarterback Ken Anderson and coach Forrest Gregg, battled the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XVI. Although they came up just short, their journey thrilled fans and set a high bar for future success.

The 1980s marked a golden era made even better by Anthony Munoz, a Hall of Famer who is widely regarded as one of the greatest offensive linemen to ever play the game. The team’s relentless determination kept everyone’s spirits up despite some challenges.

In 1989, they made a second League Championship appearance. In Super Bowl XXIII, led by MVP quarterback Boomer Esiason, they faced the 49ers once again. The final minutes remain the stuff of legend! With Cincinnati holding a 16-13 lead, Joe Montana orchestrated a masterful 92-yard drive to push the Niners to a 20-16 victory.

After licking their wounds, the club continued to impress onlookers with multiple playoff appearances thanks to Chad Johnson (formerly known as Chad Ochocinco), Carson Palmer, A.J. Green, and other huge talents. Today, Cincinnati is poised for a promising future, and you can be there to witness it! Get your Bengals tickets now, and be there for the next big moment.

The Bengals Football Schedule

Staying updated on the Bengals' docket is vital for passionate fans, and we're your dedicated source for the latest information. The hardest part about seeing live Cincinnati football is choosing the perfect game.

NFL rivalries always add a little something, and when it comes to hard-fought battles, we have to mention the KC Chiefs! Even though these opponents aren’t in the same division, their beef began when they were. The NFL merger pushed the Bengals out of the West, but the teams still seem to meet more frequently than most intradivision pairings.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are in the AFC North with Cincinnati, and they are another standout on the schedule. This grudge match started in the ‘70s and has been a source of serious clashes ever since. When the Bengals face off against the Men of Steel, expect fierce competition and ferocious intensity.

Intrastate matchups against the Cleveland Browns pit proud Ohioans against one another, and the duels are heavy on divisional drama as well. They aren’t just physical but are also extremely emotional, making them essential viewing for any Bengals fan.

Paycor Stadium Information & Parking

Paycor Stadium has been the pride of the Cincinnati Bengals since it opened its gates in 2000. Situated on the banks of the Ohio River in downtown Cincinnati, it provides picturesque views of the city. 

The facility was initially named in honor of Paul Brown, the founder of the Bengals and a Hall of Fame coach known for his innovations in football. In similar form, the venue has a distinctive design, which includes bright orange and black seating in an open-air environment.

Guests have access to wide concourses, family-friendly zones, and a variety of food, beverage, and activity options. An interactive area known as the Jungle Zone is popular with fans of all ages, especially before the start of each game.

Different types of seating are available to suit fans with preferences for anything from a panoramic view of the field to upscale amenities. Our seating charts can give you a detailed look, and we’ve provided general information below for your convenience.

100 Level

The lowest level is always best for those who want to be close to the field, and there are 32 rows in each of the sideline sections.

The Bengals enter through a tunnel near section 160 and line up on their sidelines between sections 109 and 111. Visitors arrive through a tunnel between sections 119 and 120, then gather in front of sections 139–141. If you choose to sit behind either sideline, just be aware that your view could end up obstructed by player and staff, activity, or equipment at various points during play.

End zone seating in sections 122–129 and 151–158 is affordable and offers decent views, although you might end up a bit further back if you sit on the east side, as the layout is a bit skewed.

200 Level

Club-level seating runs down the sidelines and features climate-controlled lounges furnished with roomy seats. 

There are some seats with club access in sections 203, 217, 233, and 247, so to determine whether or not that applies to you, look for a “Y” (for yes) or “N” (for no) on your ticket. 

Fans with corner seats are not eligible for club amenities, which is a fair tradeoff for the awesome angled views from these locations!

300 Level

There are plenty of seats on the uppermost level, and each section is split in two around rows 12 and 13. Ticket holders will either need to walk down or up to their seats based on whether they are in the lower or upper half.

Fans in the back rows could have a difficult time making out player numbers without binoculars, but they’ll also be sitting in some of the only areas under cover in bad weather. Depending on the timing of your event, you might be willing to make that trade!

Accessibility Options

Paycor Stadium offers accessible seating to ensure everyone can enjoy Bengals games comfortably. However, if you require handicapped parking, there are only 30 places designated in Lot 1, and they fill up fast!

Guests can be dropped off at the curb on Central Ave. between West Pete Rose Way and Mehring Way, with access to Gate A, or at the corner of Race St. and Freedom Way outside E + O Kitchen near Gate D.

Elevators near the northwest entrance enable access to all seating levels, and there are additional elevators near each entrance with access to the main seating areas.

General Parking & Alternative Transportation

Parking on the premises is available, although it can be limited during events. GoTickets gives buyers the chance to book passes when they purchase Bengals tickets, and we highly recommend you take advantage of this convenient option.

If you prefer not to drive, the Cincinnati Bell Connector, a modern streetcar system, is an eco-friendly, efficient, and traffic-free mode of transportation. If you’d rather take the scenic route, Cincinnati Water Taxi operates from locations along the Ohio River.

The Metro bus system provides access to the venue from various neighborhoods across Cincinnati as a cost-effective option, and bike racks are available for those who need them once they arrive.

Bengals Tailgating & Game Day Traditions

Bengals fans know how to turn game day into a memorable celebration, and they create an electrifying atmosphere around Paycor Stadium! Traditions are at the core of the day’s activities, and Cincy knows how to put on a show.

The tailgating scene is a vibrant one. Groups of partygoers gather early, setting up their grills and cooking up a feast of classics. You’ll find an array of typical cookout fare, but you can't visit without trying some Cincinnati chili and local craft beer.

People clad in team colors can be found engaged in trash talk while they try to beat each other at cornhole. Meanwhile, nearby revelers reminisce about past playoffs and give their take on the current players. The vibe is friendly and inviting, making it easy for visitors to join in the festivities.

As kickoff draws near, eager ticket holders line up at the gates as the famous "Who Dey" chant begins to echo through the arena. The bravest singers belt out the fight song, the referee blows the starting whistle, and the crowd becomes united in an unforgettable experience.

Don't miss the chance to be part of the excitement! Buy those Cincinnati Bengals tickets you’ve been wanting, and get to a game to support your team.