They moved to Detroit for the 1934 season and have remained a staple of professional sports in Michigan since then. Their mascot is a Lion named Roary, and their colors are silver and blue (Honolulu blue, to be exact.) The Lions are one of four teams in the NFL (and only NFC team) that have never made a Super Bowl appearance in their franchise history.
The Lions have won 4 total conference championships, however, they have been in a championship drought since 1957, which is the second longest league team stint of no championship behind the Arizona Cardinals. Their most recent season that they went to the playoffs was in 2016. Notably, the Lions always play their annual Thanksgiving day game, making their way into the homes of many across the United States.
How many Detroit Lions are available at Ford Field?
Ford Field has 99 Detroit Lions suites throughout the stadium.
Why should I book my Lions suite with SuiteHop?
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What is included in a Lions suite?
Lions suites are the best way to attend a Football or Concert game in Detroit! With three levels of suites to enjoy all suites have a dedicated suite attendance, the best vantage points in the stadium, private restrooms and climate controls.
Detroit Lions Suites include comfortable leather seating, wi-fi access, private stadium entrances and exclusive access to bars and restaurants.
When do Lions suites open for access?
Normally suites open 2 hours prior to the event start time.
How do I get to to Ford Field?
Ford Field is situated perfectly downtown, and is minutes from the Detroit Metro Airport, as well as all the surrounding Detroit suburbs. The best way to get to Ford Field is to plan ahead and consider all the transportation options available to you.
Ford Field is accessible via public transportation (the bus, or the Q-Line), cars, or walking. QLINE is a 6.6-mile circulating streetcar loop serving 12 locations on Woodward Ave. from Downtown Detroit through Midtown, New Center and the North End.