The Giants Stadium is home to the New York (NY) Giants, along with another great American professional football team of New York the New York Jets. The Stadium is located inside the massive Meadowlands Sports Complex in suburban East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Giants Stadium is the fifth home of the NY Giants, since its creation as a football team of the National Football League (NFL) in 1925. Of the five teams that joined the NFL that year, the Giants are the only one that has survived. The Team The New York Giants, which plays in the Eastern Division of the National Football Conference in the National Football league (NFL), was founded by Tim Mara - a businessman, a bookie, and a promoter all rolled into one. Professional football, then, was played in Dayton, Rochester, Columbus, and such places. Professional football had never really yet taken off, and only professional baseball, boxing, and college football was popular. The Giants are known as Big Blue Wrecking Crew, Big Blue, G-Men, The Jints, The New York Football Giants, and Jersey Giants. After the death of Tim Mara in 1959, the ownership of the team was passed onto his younger son, Wellington, who since the age of 14 (in the 1930s) had been controlling the franchise along with his elder brother, Jack. After remaining in the hands of the Mara family for 66 years, 50 percent stake in the club was sold to Preston Robert Tisch - a lifelong Giants fan, a native of New York, and one of the Americas most successful businessmen. The New York Giants have four pre-merger NFL Championships, which they won in 1927, 1934, 1938, and in 1956, under their belt. They won the two Super Bowls in 1986 and in 1990. The Homes Though today, the NY Giants are based at their own Stadium since 1976, they had four other homes since they came together as a professional football team. They started with the Polo Grounds as their base, and shared this home with another professional sports team the New York Baseball Giants. They moved home to the Yankee Stadium before the start of the 1956 season, and played there until the beginning of the 1973 season. After playing the first two games of this season at the Yankee Stadium, which was closing for renovations and repairs, they moved base to the Yale Bowl in New Haven, Connecticut, and stayed there until the end of the 1974 season. They then moved base to the Shea Stadium, and called it their home until they moved into their own home the Giants Stadium. The NY Giants Tickets You can arrange to purchase your NY Giants tickets from the Stadium itself or from the venues where the Giants are appearing. This is not going to be easy as the NY Giants tickets are always sold out, as soon as the schedules are announced. Your other legitimate source for your NY Giants tickets is the many licensed New York ticket brokers, who go out of the way to arrange your tickets for you.