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The Detroit Lions compete in the NFC North Division of the National Football League. The Lions were founded in 1930, and since day one they have competed in the NFL. This makes the franchise one of the oldest in the league. And with all of these years of playing have come plenty of wins, and many great players.
The Lions play their home games at Ford Field, one of the most modern venues in the league. The team has taken nicely to this field since starting play there in 2002. And of course, Lions fans also love what it has to offer.
Many great players have competed for the Lions. Some of the most well known include Barry Sanders, Dutch Clark, Doak Walker, Bobby Layne, and Chuck Hughes among many others.
Ford Field opened in 2002, and is located in Detroit, Michigan. It is one of the centerpieces of the city, and this is sure to hold true for many more years to come. With an overall cost of approximately $430 million, it is easy to see why many fans and media members feel that Ford Field is among the best in the United States. And of course, the fact that it has a dome over it also helps. After all, it can get quite cold in Detroit during the winter months.
The Detroit Lions play their home games at Ford Field. They moved in before the 2002 season, and have been competing at Ford Field ever since. It is obvious that the Lions love what the venue has to offer. Not only do they have the comfort of playing indoors, but the fans also make sure that the noise is deafening for opponents.
Ford Field has a seating capacity of 65,000 for football games. This number can increase to approximately 78,000 for basketball. As you can see, this venue is quite versatile to say the least.
Since being built, Ford Field has already had the honor of hosting some of the greatest events in sports. This includes Super Bowl XL in which the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Seattle Seahawks, WrestleMania 23, the NCAA Division I College Football Motor City Bowl, and the 2009 College Basketball Final Four. It is also slated to host the 2010 Frozen Four.