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Aug 09

Fri . 07:00 PM

Preseason: Atlanta Falcons at Miami Dolphins

Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL

Aug 17

Sat . 07:00 PM

Preseason: Washington Commanders at Miami Dolphins

Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL

Aug 23

Fri . 07:30 PM

Preseason: Miami Dolphins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL

Sep 08

Sun . 01:00 PM

Jacksonville Jaguars at Miami Dolphins

Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL

Sep 12

Thu . 08:15 PM

Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins

Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL

Sep 22

Sun . 04:05 PM

Miami Dolphins at Seattle Seahawks

Lumen Field, Seattle, WA

Sep 30

Mon . 07:30 PM

Tennessee Titans at Miami Dolphins

Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL

Oct 06

Sun . 01:00 PM

Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots

Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA

Oct 20

Sun . 01:00 PM

Miami Dolphins at Indianapolis Colts

Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN

Oct 27

Sun . 01:00 PM

Arizona Cardinals at Miami Dolphins

Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
Come rain, shine, or hurricane, if there's one thing that never wavers in Miami, it's the passion for their beloved Dolphins. Rooted in sunny South Florida, the Miami Dolphins franchise embodies the spirit, vibrancy, and charisma of the region. So, buckle up, football fans; let's dive into the remarkable world of Miami Dolphins football.

The Dolphins splashed onto the NFL scene in 1966, quickly making waves by becoming the first (and, so far, the only) team to complete a perfect season. That's right, the 1972 Dolphins achieved the extraordinary feat of going 17-0, culminating in a Super Bowl win.

But enough about the past. You're here to learn about the present-day Dolphins experience, right? And there's no better place to start than Hard Rock Stadium – the home of the Dolphins. With a newly renovated stadium, every seat is designed to offer a great view. But for the very best vantage point, you might want to consider sections 147 and 149, right behind the Dolphins' bench. However, if you're more about the atmosphere and soaking up that Miami sun, the East End Zone seats are where the real parties at.

Talking about ticket prices, Dolphins games are surprisingly wallet-friendly. While prices fluctuate based on the importance of the game and the opponent, on average, you can find tickets ranging from around $50 for upper-level corner seats to over $350 for lower-level sideline seats. Keep in mind, though, that games against big rivals may fetch higher prices.

This brings us to the topic of rivalries. Now, rivalries are the spices in the stew of any sports team, and the Dolphins have their fair share of zesty opponents. The New England Patriots, New York Jets, and Buffalo Bills – all fellow AFC East teams – share an intense and exciting rivalry with the Dolphins.

The Patriots-Dolphins games, in particular, have produced some of the most thrilling moments in NFL history. Who can forget the 'Miracle in Miami,' when the Dolphins scored a miraculous game-winning touchdown in the final seconds against the Patriots in 2018?

Now, we can't talk about the Dolphins without mentioning their unique culture. Miami is known for its vibrant Latin and Caribbean influences, and this extends to the Dolphins' game day experience. You'll hear Latin beats blaring in the parking lot tailgates, see Dolphins fans salsa dancing in the stands, and taste delicious Cuban sandwiches at the concession stands. It's a football fiesta like no other.

But the real cherry on top of the Dolphins experience is the city of Miami itself. Where else can you catch a world-class football game one day, relax on a stunning beach the next, and then explore a rich cultural scene the day after? Whether it's the art deco style of South Beach, the rich Cuban heritage in Little Havana, or the luxury of Coral Gables, there's something for everyone in Miami.

A Dolphins game is more than just a sports event. It's a celebration of football, culture, and community, all under the gorgeous Miami sun. So, get yourself a ticket, don your Aqua and orange, and come join the fun. As they say in Miami, 'Fins Up!'

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What are the best seats at Hard Rock Stadium?
Sections 147 and 149, right behind the Dolphins' bench, offer a fantastic view. But for a real party atmosphere and a bit of Miami sun, consider the East End Zone.
What amenities does Hard Rock Stadium offer?
Hard Rock Stadium features a wealth of amenities, including more than 20 specialty food and beverage offerings, luxury suites, and an open-air canopy to protect fans from the elements.
What are the most affordable seats at Hard Rock Stadium?
The most budget-friendly seats are in the 300 level sections, which are the furthest from the field but still offer a good view of the action.
Which seats are the most expensive?
The most premium seats at Hard Rock Stadium are the lower level sideline seats, especially those closest to the 50-yard line.
Are there family-friendly options at Hard Rock Stadium?
Yes, there are several family-friendly amenities, including a 'Nursing Room' for mothers and a 'Sensory Room' designed for fans with sensory processing needs. Also, several of the food stands have kid-friendly menu options.

Interesting Information about Miami Dolphins

  • Perfect Season: The 1972 Miami Dolphins are the only team in NFL history to finish a season unbeaten and untied from the opening game through the Super Bowl (or championship game).
  • Origin of the Dolphins' Name: The team name was selected through a name-the-team contest. The Dolphins was chosen, as the dolphin is one of the fastest and smartest creatures in the sea, symbolizing the spirit of the team.
  • Football and Fútbol: Hard Rock Stadium, the home of the Dolphins, also hosted five Super Bowls and two World Series, as well as serving as the venue for numerous international soccer games and concerts.
  • Famous Coaches and Players: The Dolphins have had notable coaches and players, including Don Shula, who has the most wins as a head coach in NFL history, and Dan Marino, who was one of the most prolific passers in NFL history.
  • The 'Wildcat' Offense: The Dolphins re-popularized the "wildcat" formation in 2008, a tactic where a running back takes the snap and the quarterback lines up as a wide receiver. This caused a temporary craze throughout the NFL!