|Ground||State Farm Stadium|
The Arizona Cardinals is a legendary NFL franchise which was established even before the NFL formally started. Founded in 1989 (as the Morgan Athletic Club), the Arizona Cardinals joined the NFL as a charter member in 1920. The franchise was known as the Chicago Cardinals when it joined the NFL. The franchise later shifted to St. Louis, came to be known as the St. Louis Cardinals. When the franchise moved to Phoenix in 1988, the team was renamed again to Phoenix Cardinals and finally the Arizona Cardinals in 1994. The Arizona Cardinals are currently the oldest continuously run football franchise in America. The Arizona Cardinals have not had much success getting into the NFL Playoffs, since they have only made it to the Playoffs 11 times in their history. However, the Cardinals have not ever lost a playoff game in their home stadium. The historically rich franchise has witnessed many legendary players playing for them like, Larry Fitzgerald Jr, Kurt Warner, and Larry Wilson.
Arizona Cardinals Next Game
The Arizona Cardinals will be hoping to improve upon their previous NFL season as it fell short of the mark. They will head into the 2023-24 NFL season with three preseason games. They will face the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs and the Minnesota Vikings for their three preseason games in August, 2023.
They begin the regular season on the road against the Washington Commanders on September 10, 2023. After a bye week in Gameweek 14, the Cardinals host the San Francisco 49ers on December 17, 2023 and then travel to Chicago to play the Bears on December 24, 2023. The regular season concludes with an away game against the Philadelphia Eagles on the last day of December 2023. The Cardinals' last regular-season game is against the Seattle Seahawks at home on January 7, 2023.
To follow news about the next Arizona Cardinals game, follow the detailed schedule here.
Arizona Cardinals Roster 2023-24
A full-scale rebuild is actively being pursued by the Cardinals, resulting in a currently less talent-rich roster. Throughout the offseason, several key players, including DeAndre Hopkins, Byron Murphy Jr., J.J. Watt, and Zach Allen, have been lost – all of whom could have been important players on the roster. As of now quarterback Kyler Murray is the most reliable offensive threat for the Cardinals. Safet, Budda Baker is another reliable star on the team roster.
The Cardinals will be turnging to their rookies for a fresh outlook in the upcoming season. Round 1 pick of the 2023 NFL Draft Paris Johnson Jr. can be a potential starting OT for the team. Pass rusher BJ Ojulari is another rookie with the potential to make a considerable impact for the team in the upcoming saeason.
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Arizona Cardinals Record- Last 10 Years
|2022||4th NFC West||4-13-0||Did not qualify|
|2021||2nd NFC West||12-5-0||Lost Wild Card Playoffs|
|2020||3rd NFC West||14-2-0||Did not qualify|
|2019||4th NFC West||12-4-0||Did not qualify|
|2018||4th NFC West||12-4-0||Did not qualify|
|2017||3rd NFC West||10-6-0||Did not qualify|
|2016||2nd NFC West||12-4-0||Did not qualify|
|2015||1st NFC West||11-5-0||Lost Conference Championship|
|2014||2nd NFC West||9-7-0||Lost Wild Card Playoffs|
|2013||3rd NFC West||11-5-0||Did not qualify|
|2012||4th NFC West||2-14-0||Did not qualify|
Arizona Cardinals Championships
The Arizona Cardinals are one of the oldest franchises in the NFL but they have rarely made it to the Championships in their NFL history. The Cardinals last won a Championship in 1947 (the NFL Championship) which was before the AFL-NFL merger. With a total of two Championships to their name, the other Championship win was in 1925. The Cardinals have only made it to the Super Bowl once (in 2008) when they also won their only Conference Championship. The Cardinals have won 7 Divisional Championships to date. The Cardinals are currently facing the longest championship drought of any major American sports team with it being 75 years since their last Championship win.
The current playoff record of the Cardinals is 7-10 (7 wins and 10 losses). They have appeared in the NFL Playoffs a total of 11 times. The Cardinals have a low number of playoff appearances when compared to the duration that they have been playing in the NFL.
The Arizona Cardinals home stadium is officially called the State Farm Stadium. It is located in Glendale, Arizona. The Cardinals home stadium is supposed to host the NFL Super Bowl in 2023.
Arizona Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill has a net worth of around $1.4 billion. The franchise itself is worth $3.27 billion. The Cardinals were originally bought by his grandfather in 1933. Michael’s father Bill Bidwill owned the team till Michael took over after his death in 2007.
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The Arizona Cardinals were originally called the Chicago Cardinals (as it originated in Chicago). The team's early owners were ardent birdwatchers and especially fond of the northern cardinal, state bird of neighboring Illinois. Thus the name Cardinals. The team changed names many times before relocating to Arizona.
You can stream any Arizona Cardinals game on the Arizona Cardinals app or the NFL Game Pass app. Cardinals games are also streamed on FOX Sports, or ESPN or CBS.