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Last year, the New York Giants qualified for the playoffs for the first time since their Super Bowl winning season of 2011. In the wild card playoffs, they came up against the Green Bay Packers but lost the clash. Nonetheless there were quite a few positives for the Giants to take home. Lessons should be learned from last campaign and if they do that, then the Giants fans can look forward towards an even better season this time around. The football team from the Big Apple will soon take on the Arizona Cardinals who were in good form too last year. It should be a fascinating game between these two sides. Grab your New York Giants Glendale tickets and catch all the action live at the University of Phoenix Stadium.
The New York Giants have four league titles and four Super Bowls to their credit which makes them one of the most successful sides in professional football. They will now look to reclaim their place at the top of the ladder.
How it all began
The New York Giants were formed in the year 1925 and they flew out of the blocks. The Giants took on the All New Britain in their first ever away encounter and came out on top by recording a crushing 26-0 win. That set the tone for their inaugural campaign and the Giants went 8-4 in their very first year. They went 11-1-1 in their third year and won their first league title. The stage was now set for them to dominate the league and the Giants did just that.
A force to be reckoned with
The New York Giants have enjoyed a lot of success over the course of their history. Apart from winning four league championships, they have also won four Super Bowls, the first of which was clinched in 1986. The Giants have also got their hands on eleven conference titles and sixteen division crowns.
Only the Green Bay Packers are ahead of them on the list of teams that have won the most league and Super Bowl titles. They will now take on the Arizona Cardinals in a game that is just too close to call. Grab your New York Giants Glendale tickets and watch them in action live at the University of Phoenix Stadium.