The New York Jets Football Tickets

New York Jets Tickets
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New Meadowlands Stadium
102 Route 120
East Rutherford, NJ 07073

About the New York Jets

Originally known as the Titans of New York, the New York Jets football team was founded in 1960 as part of the American Football League. After a string of early defeats, the NY Jets earned the respect of the National Football League with their 1968 victory over the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III. The game received much publicity on account of a remark made by legendary NY Jets quarterback Joe Namath, who predictedin fact guaranteedthat the Jets would be victorious. This was no small statement for the Jets, who had heretofore struggled to prove themselves to the NFL; only a few years earlier, when the team was still in its infancy, owner Harry Wismer could not afford to replace injured players, forcing several players to play both offense and defense. The next few decades saw a decline in the Jets, along with several changes in ownership. In 1997, following the resignation of head coach Rich Kotite, the Jets saw a return to respectability.

Having enjoyed brief stays at the Polo Grounds, Shea Stadium, and Giants Stadium, the New York Jets now reside in the massive New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ.

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New York Jets Football Tickets

Tickets to New York Jets games should be purchased in advance, as only a limited number of single-game tickets (less than 2,000 per game) are available. NY Jets tickets are sold before the start of the season and can be purchased safely and in advance online. Please see below for ticket options.

New Meadowlands Stadium

The crowd roars at the New Meadowlands Stadium, home of the New York Jets!

The crowd roars at the New Meadowlands Stadium, home of the New York Jets!

Located in East Rutherford, NJ, the $1.6 billion New Meadowlands Stadium is the most expensive sports stadium ever built. To accommodate the two home teams that share the stadium (the New York Jets and the New York Giants), this state-of-the-art facility features interchangeable field decorations and interior lighting that changes colors depending on which team is playing. It is the only NFL stadium shared by two home teams. With a seating capacity of 82,566, including 10,005 club seats and 218 luxury suites, the New Meadowlands Stadium is the second-largest NFL stadium in the United States, in terms of total seating. Front row, 50-yard-line seats are a mere 46 feet from the sideline.

  • Bottles, cans, hard-sided coolers, thermoses, ice chests, weapons, banners, flags of any size, footballs, frisbees, beach balls, laser pointers, strollers, umbrellas, animals, and alcohol are not allowed in New Meadowlands Stadium. Jackets, blankets, small bags and purses, food contained in a clear plastic bag, and factory-sealed, plastic water bottles are permitted. All bags and vehicles will be subject to inspection.
  • New Meadowlands Stadium does not allow guests to leave and then re-enter the facility.

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New York Jets Past Team Roster - Can You Guess the Year?

Time TebowQuarterback Greg McElroyQuarterback
Mark SanchezQuarterback Joe McKnightRunning Back
Shonn GreeneRunning Back Bilal PowellRunning Back
Jeremy KerleyWide Receiver Chaz SchilensWide Receiver
Santonio Holmes PRWide Receiver Stephen HillWide Receiver
Clyde GatesWide Receiver Jeff CumberlandTight End
Dedrick EppsTight End Dustin KellerTight End
Konrad ReulandTight End Vladimir DucasseOffensive Lineman
Muhammad WilkersonDefensive Lineman Nick BelloreLinebacker
Demario DavisLinebacker David HarrisLinebacker
Calvin PaceLinebacker Bart ScottLinebacker
Josh MaugaLinebacker Aaron MaybinLinebacker
Garrett McIntyreLinebacker Josh BushDefensive Back
Donnie FletcherDefensive Back Quinton CoplesDefensive End
Mike DeVitoDefensive End Marcus DixonDefensive Tackle
Kenrick, EllisDefensive Tackle Damon HarrisonDefensive Tackle
Sione Po'uhaDefensive Tackle Nick MangoldCenter
Anotonio CromartieCornerback Ellis LanksterCornerback
Derrelle RevisCornerback Kyle WilsonCornerback
Nick FolkKicker

Alcohol at New Meadowlands Stadium

Alcohol may not be purchased without a valid, government-issued picture ID. Guests may not purchase more than two alcoholic beverages at a time. Be aware that all concession stands and portable units will stop serving alcohol at the beginning of the third quarter. Alcohol of any kind may not be brought into or removed from the New Meadowlands Stadium. The New Meadowlands Stadium offers an alcohol-free section.

How to Find Your Seats at the New Meadowlands Stadium

The gate nearest your seat will be printed on your ticket. Guest service representatives are also available to help you locate the nearest restrooms, ATMs, and concession stands. Ticket will call is located near the West Gate of the New Meadowlands Stadium.

Parking at the New Meadowlands Stadium

The parking lots at Meadowlands Stadium open five hours prior to gametime. While there are 28,000 parking spaces available on site, we advise you to arrive early, as spaces fill up fast. Note that you will need a Pre-Paid Parking Permit to park at Meadowlands Stadium. Parking at Meadowlands Stadium is determined by seating location. Single game parking costs $45 (tickets available online). Satellite parking is available for $25/game at Murray Hill Parkway, off Paterson Plank Road and Union Avenue in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  This lot, which offers an additional 1,600 parking spaces, opens four hours before kickoff and closes one hour after the end of game. Tailgating is not permitted at Murray Hill Parkway. As of 2011, satellite parking is no longer available in Lyndhurst.

Tailgating at Meadowlands Stadium

Half-time at a Jets game is also full of exciting performances.

Half-time at a Jets game is also full of exciting performances.

Tailgating at Meadowlands Stadium NY is permitted only if guests tailgate in the same space occupied by their vehicle. Ticket holders may not reserve adjacent parking spaces for others. Note that tailgating is not allowed in the parking garage beside the Continental Airlines Arena. Large parties should arrive early to claim the grass berms and paved areas on the islands between parking lots. Guests are allowed to bring and use grills; however, open fires are not permitted. Hot coal bins are available on the islands/plazas between parking lots for the disposal of charcoal. Ball playing is not permitted.