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Venue Information:
Mercedes-Benz Stadium
35 Northside Drive NW
Atlanta, GA 30313

2017 Atlanta Falcons Ticket Update

The Falcons are gearing up to make another play for the Super Bowl title again in the 2017-18 season! The Atlanta Falcons will have a new home this year, Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Upon completion the stadium will not only be home to the Atlanta Falcons, but also Major League Soccer’s Atlanta United. Atlanta will host major sports and entertainment events, including the Super Bowl in 2019! 

Don't miss the first game of the season at Mercedes-Benz Stadium! Buy your Atlanta Falcons tickets from Atlanta's trusted ticket resource, Front Row Seats!

Atlanta Falcons 2017 Home Game Schedule 

Don't miss seeing the Atlanta Falcons play in their brand new, state of the art stadium! Head down to Mercedes-Benz Stadium for one of these exciting home games in 2017:

  • Atlanta Falcons vs, Green Bay Packers - September 17
  • Atlanta Falcons vs. Buffalo Bills - October 1
  • Atlanta Falcons vs. Miami Dolphins - October 15
  • Atlanta Falcons vs. Dallas Cowboys - November 12 
  • Atlanta Falcons vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - November 26
  • Atlanta Falcons vs. Minnesota Vikings - December 3
  • Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints - December 7
  • Atlanta Falcons vs. Carolina Panthers - December 31

Atlanta Falcons 2017 News

  • 10/1/2017: The Atlanta Falcons suffered their first defeat in a 23-17 loss to the Buffalo Bills.
  • 9/24/2017: The Atlanta Falcons defeated the Detroit Lions 30-26 in a nail-biting game. 
  • 9/17/2017: The Atlanta Falcons defeated the Green Bay Packers 34-23 in the first regular season game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. 
  • 9/10/2017: The Atlanta Falcons defeated the Chicago Bears 23-17 in the season opener.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium Parking Lots

Lot A (Also known at The Gulch or Lot 72D) 
1 Centennial Olympic Park Dr SW 

  • Accessible from Baker Street
  • Allows tailgating
  • Paved and Well Lit
  • 5-minute walk to the stadium
  • Gates 2 and 4 are the easiest entry points to the stadium
  • Mobile passes accepted

Red Deck
103 Magnum Street

  • Less than a 5-minute walk to the stadium
  • No Tailgating
  • Gates 2 and 3 are the easiest entry point to the stadium
  • Mobile passes accepted

Blue Lot
271 Northside Drive NW

  • Easy access from I-75 and I-85
  • Tailgating allowed
  • 10 minute walk to the stadium
  • Gate 1 is the easiest entry point to the stadium
  • Provides ADA shuttle service
  • Home to the UBER pick-up zone
  • Restrooms on site
  • Mobile passes accepted

AJC Lot
115 Centennial Olympic Park Drive

  • No Tailgating
  • Less than a 5-minute walk to the stadium
  • Gates 2 3 and 4 are the easiest entry points to the stadium
  • Mobile passes accepted

Falcons 2016 Season

Week 14: Atlanta Falcons vs. Los Angeles Rams (W: 42 to 14)

The Atlanta Falcons showed up on all three sides of the ball as they crushed the Los Angeles Rams 42 – 14.

The offense racked up close to 300 yards, while the defense forced four turnovers and scored two touchdowns. Considering how fans have been back and forth on Head Coach Dan Quinn’s influence/success reshaping Atlanta’s defensive approach, their overall performance is great to see at this point in the season.

Despite the Rams struggling to put together any type of momentum, Atlanta’s Defense is able to build up its confidence heading into the last three games of the season.

Quarterback Matt Ryan missed his top two receivers and was still able to earn 237 passing yards with three touchdowns. Although the Falcons aren’t featured as prominently as other division leaders, Ryan continues to make a strong pitch for why he should be this year’s league MVP.

Running back Tevin Coleman had a solid performance, carrying the ball eight times for 36 yards and one touchdown.

The Falcons have three games left in the 2016-2017 season and should be able to hold off the 49ers, the Panthers, and the Saints respectively.

All three opponents are out of playoff contention, while the Panthers and Saints have failed at earning victories against the leaders of the NFC South. 

Week 13: Atlanta Falcons vs. Kansas City Chiefs (L: 28 to 29)

The leaders of the NFC South were unable to halt the momentum of Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs, losing 29-28 at the last second of the game.

The Falcons went back and forth with the Chiefs for all four quarters and were able to take a 28 – 27 lead with 4:32 remaining in the game.

However, Matt Ryan failed to complete a pass to tight end Austin Hopper for a 2 point conversion, when he was picked off by Eric Berry.

Berry, who grew up in Atlanta, had a huge game with two successful interceptions, one of which was returned 37 yards for a touchdown.

The Falcons defense played well, despite being fooled by a fake punt attempt that allowed Albert Wilson to run 55 yards for a touchdown during the third quarter.

Atlanta still leads the division and will try to hold onto their position as they head into week 14 against the weak Los Angeles Rams.  

Week 12: Atlanta Falcons vs. Arizona Cardinals (W: 38 to 19)

After starting the season with one of the most prolific offenses in the NFL, the Atlanta Falcons seemed to be slipping back into historical declines after losing back-to-back games against the Philadelphia Eagles and Indianapolis Colts.

Heading into week 13 against the Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta’s fan base was understandably concerned as Desmon Trufant and Matt Bosher are both injured.

The Cardinals opened up the game by scoring one of the easiest touchdowns ever. But, before things got too out of hand, the Falcons turned everything around to land a decisive 39-19 victory.

Week 12’s win marks the team’s seventh win of the 2016 season, which goes to show just how much Matt Ryan and team have improved since last year.

Matt Ryan threw just one interception that eventually was called back. Otherwise, Ryan was effective at spreading the ball around to numerous players and threw some of the tightest spirals of the season. 

Week 11: BYE WEEK

Week 10: Atlanta Falcons vs. Philadelphia Eagles (L: 15 to 24)

The Philadelphia Eagles led by Carson Wentz and Doug Pederson broke their two-game losing streak with a victory over the Atlanta Falcons.

Quarterback Matt Ryan has put together a season that has many throughout the NFL speculating over a possible MVP award. Despite this, the Eagles defense was able to shut down league's most prolific offense.

The Eagles scored early in the first quarter as running back Ryan Matthews ran four yards into the end zone to pick up his seventh touchdown this season.

The Falcons tried to retaliate in the second quarter, successfully kicking two field goals despite being able to reach the end zone.

Matt Ryan was able to take the lead in the fourth quarter, throwing a 76-yard pass to Taylor Gabriel. However, the Eagles would end the game with two field goals and one touchdown.

The Falcons will host the Arizona Cardinals on November 27. 

Week 9: Atlanta Falcons vs. Tampa Bay Buccanneers (W: 43 to 28)

Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons redeemed their opening day loss against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with a decisive 43 to 28 victory.

Ryan’s high-profile offense didn’t let up or show the Bucs any mercy with over 344 passing yards, four touchdowns, and zero turnovers.

The falcons have progressed to a 6-3 record since meeting the Buccaneers back in September, and are the current division leaders within the NFC South.

"First game of the year, they played a little better than we did that day," Ryan said after tossing scoring passes to four different targets. "I felt like we have continued to improve from that time of year. For me, that's the best thing from a confidence standpoint — that we continue to get better week in and week out."

Julio Jones had another spectacular day and continues to justify opinions that he is today’s best wide receiver in the entire NFL. Jones racked up eight individual receptions for over 110 yards (5th 100+ yard game this season).

The Falcons head to Philadelphia this Sunday to take on the controversial Eagles.

Week 8: Atlanta Falcons vs. Green Bay Packers (W: 33 to 32)

Coming off of a two-game losing series, the Atlanta Falcons attempted to turn things around against a struggling Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.

The game started off with Atlanta committing a number of obvious penalties on both sides of the ball, allowing Rodgers to take an early lead in the first quarter. Despite Rodgers experiencing one of his worst professional seasons this year, things seemed to turn for the day as Green Bay exploited Atlanta’s zone scheme and seemed to score at will throughout the first half.

On top of this, Atlanta loses Jacob Tamme early in the game and was practically playing without their All-Star receiver Julio Jones, who constantly retreated to the side-lines due to an ongoing injury.

Things looked grim for Atlanta until the second half when the hometown hero’s started to clamp down and focus.

Matt Ryan threw the ball to every single receiver from Sanu to Hooper, throwing for over 288 yards and three touchdowns.

The end of the game saw Ryan putt on a drive with three minutes remaining to score a field goal, taking the lead 33 – 32. Although Rodgers tried to get into field goal range with thirty seconds left on the clock, Atlanta’s defense smothered the Packer’s receivers and closed out the game victorious. 

Atlanta still leads the division one game ahead of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who they face this Thursday night! 

Week 7: Atlanta Falcons vs. San Diego Chargers (L: 33 to 30)

The Atlanta Falcons lost to Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers in overtime, 33 to 30.

The Chargers started off strong by scoring on their opening possession, which Atlanta answered with a field goal.

Despite Atlanta landing three touchdowns in a row, Josh Lambo hit a 37-yard field goal in the third quarter that brought the game within seven points.  And, after Matt Ryan threw an interception to Perryman, the Chargers successfully marched downfield to kick another field goal, tying up the game 30 to 30 and sending both teams into overtime.

On the coin toss, Atlanta would win and decide to receive. After getting to the 45-yard line, the Falcons failed to convert on a 4 and 1 play, forcing a turnover.

With this, The Chargers were able to move the chain down to Atlanta’s 43-yard line where they would kick yet another field goal and win in overtime.

Week 6: Atlanta Falcons vs. Seattle Seahawks (L: 24 to 26)

The Falcons suffered a devastating loss caused by poor officiating and nothing else. After coming back in the second half, the Falcons marched downfield with a few seconds left in the fourth quarter.

Quarterback Matt Ryan threw a missile down a field to his star receiver Julio Jones who was covered by Cornerback Richard Sherman. Although Sherman was clearly seen grabbing Jones by audiences at home and by two different referees who were both standing in front of the play. Despite the blatant pass interference, the refs did not throw up any flags, leaving fans and football enthusiasts with a sour feeling. 

As a whole, the NFL's ratings have continuously dropped compared to last year with many people speculating that the causes are due to Commissioner Rodger Goodell's direction. From calling penalties on player celebrations to constant examples of possible fixed games, there's no telling what will happen next!

The Atlanta Falcons will move forward challenging the San Diego Chargers this Sunday in Atlanta. 

Week 5: Atlanta Falcons vs. Denver Broncos (W: 23 to 16)

Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons didn't need another 300-yard performance from Julio Jones to decipher Denver's dazzling defense and wreck Paxton Lynch's first NFL start with a 23-16 win over Broncos on Sunday.

Using a steady dose of I-formation runs and short passes that put Denver's linebackers in coverage, the Falcons (4-1) handed the Super Bowl champs their first loss since Dec. 20 at Pittsburgh and left the Minnesota Vikings (5-0) as the NFL's last unbeaten team.

The Broncos (4-1) were on their heels having to respect the play-action because Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman were so effective running the ball, combining for 119 yards and a 4.4-yard average.

A week after setting a franchise record with 503 yards passing in a runaway win over Super Bowl 50's other participant, the Carolina Panthers, Ryan threw for 267 yards Sunday and only two of those (covering 29 yards) went to Jones.

Last week, Jones became just the sixth 300-yard receiver in NFL annals, not that Denver's "No Fly Zone" defense was impressed. They dismissed that performance as a bad day by the Panthers, and they stifled Jones all afternoon.

Not that it mattered.

Coleman, who played despite having sickle cell trait, which can sometimes be exacerbated at altitude, showed off his breakaway speed by catching four passes for 132 yards to go with his 31 yards on six carries.

Ryan's rather modest total included a 31-yard touchdown toss to Coleman following Ricardo Allen's interception at the Denver 42 in the third quarter that made it 20-3.

That sequence sent some flustered fans streaming for the exits as the Falcons finished off the Broncos, who hadn't lost at home since Dec. 13 against Oakland.

Week 4: Atlanta Falcons vs. North Carolina Panthers (W: 48 to 33)

Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons squashed all of the doubt surrounding their recent success and ability to beat Super Bowl contenders following their win over the Denver Broncos last Sunday.

Julio Jones didn’t need to rack up another 300-yard performance in order for the Falcons to get past Von Miller and the Bronco’s spectacular defense. Instead, the Head Coach Dan Quinn wore down Denver using a series of I-formation runs and short passes that kept the opposing team’s linebackers stuck in coverage.

The effectiveness of Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman forced Denver to constantly worry about Ryan’s play-action, with both running backs combining for 119 yards.

Wide receiver Julio Jones ended the day with 267 receiving yards, about half of what he earned the against the Panthers the week prior when he set a franchise record with 503 passing yards.

Despite the Broncos applying double coverage on Jones throughout the game, the “no-fly-zone” defense seemed to be shut down for the day.

The Falcons will continue to test their ability to compete against tough teams with Super Bowl aspirations, as they head to Seattle this week to face Russell Wilson and the Seahawks.  

Week 3: Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints (W: 45 - 32)

The Atlanta Falcons continued to dominant the opposing defense, scoring 45 points and defeating Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints.

After completing three games this season, the Falcons are now leading the entire NFL in yards per game, yards per play, passing yards, and passing yards per play.

Matt Ryan also leads the NFL in total passing yards, while WP Julio Jones averages 105 yards per game.

Unlike previous years where the Falcons have been successful in the passing game, their running game has significantly improved with Devonte Freeman and Tevin Coleman tallying up 194 yards with four touchdowns between the two of them.

Despite the Falcons playing The Saints in New Orleans where they were once considered to be invincible,  their defense continued to justify why they are last in the entire NFL for points allowed.

Matt Ryan was able to spread the ball around, throwing to eight different receivers throughout the game.

Heading into week four of the NFL, the Falcons will take on Cam Newton and the North Carolina Panthers, a team that seems to have lost its step since losing the Super Bowl last year.

If Atlanta can find a way to rise up against Newton’s high-profile offense, they will be able to widen their gab as the first place leaders in the NFC South. 

Week 2: Atlanta Falcons vs. Oakland Raiders (W: 35 to 28)

Week 2 of the NFL saw the Atlanta Falcons determined to prove that their offense should be taken seriously, as they defeated the Oakland Raiders 35 to 28.

Head coach Dan Quinn maintained a three tight-end formation throughout the game, which allowed Jacob Tamme, Austin Hooper, and Levine Toilolo to catch 10 passes for 179 yards and one touchdown.   

Quarterback Matt Ryan threw for almost 400 yards and scored three touchdowns, while WR Julio Jones caught five passes for 104 yards and one touchdown.

After the game, Ryan commented on the team’s ability to identify key matchups that allowed them to remain effective throughout the game.

“You try and find whatever’s an advantage for you that week,” said Ryan.

“Our guys did an outstanding job. Across the board, we’re talented in all positions and our team did a great job today.”

The Falcons will look to continue to improve their pass rushing game while keeping their wide receivers fresh as they move onto their division rivals in week 3 against Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints.  

Week 1: Atlanta Falcons vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (L: 31 to 24)

After a clear display of undisciplined football on behalf of the Atlanta Falcons, Matt Ryan and head coach Dan Quinn found themselves down by only four points at the end of the first half of Sunday’s home opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Despite the team’s failed attempts to reach the opposing team’s territory, fans were still left with some hope that they could get something going with their running game and defense; perhaps pull a win out by the end of the fourth quarter. 

Instead, the Falcons fell apart at the seams allowing two touchdowns and the Bucs to run away with the game 31 to 13 before the third quarter was even over.

Matt Ryan did eventually put the team in a competitive position, battling back to a seven-point game, displaying a sense of fight that fans haven’t seen in a while.

However, a victory for the Falcons was not to be as Atlanta simply did not look or perform as well as Tampa Bay.

In order for the Falcons to recover next week against the white-hot Oakland Raiders, the team will have to focus on cutting down their turnovers, improving their running game, and taking an immediate strong defensive approach.

The good news coming out of Sunday’s loss is that Matt Ryan, despite a few awful throws, played a solid game for the most part that may have been better had the team not suffered so many setbacks caused by team penalties.

He looked much more comfortable in the pocket than he did perhaps all of the last year and hopefully can put up a performance that resembles the Falcons 2010 season.

After a clear display of undisciplined football on behalf of the Atlanta Falcons, Matt Ryan and head coach Dan Quinn found themselves down by only four points at the end of the first half of Sunday’s home opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Despite the team’s failed attempts to reach the opposing team’s territory, fans were still left with some hope that they could get something going with their running game and defense; perhaps pull a win out by the end of the fourth quarter. 

Instead, the Falcons fell apart at the seams allowing two touchdowns and the Bucs to run away with the game 31 to 13 before the third quarter was even over.

Matt Ryan did eventually put the team in a competitive position, battling back to a seven-point game, displaying a sense of fight that fans haven’t seen in a while.

However, a victory for the Falcons was not to be as Atlanta simply did not look or perform as well as Tampa Bay.

In order for the Falcons to recover next week against the white-hot Oakland Raiders, the team will have to focus on cutting down their turnovers, improving their running game, and taking an immediate strong defensive approach.

The good news coming out of Sunday’s loss is that Matt Ryan, despite a few awful throws, played a solid game for the most part that may have been better had the team not suffered so many setbacks caused by team penalties.

He looked much more comfortable in the pocket than he did perhaps all of the last year and hopefully can put up a performance that resembles the Falcons 2010 season.

Atlanta Falcons 2016 Season Preview

The 2016 NFL Season is right around the corner and the Atlanta Falcons have never looked more prepared for a championship season!

After starting with an impressive 6-0 record last year, the Falcons fell short of making the playoffs as the team comes to terms with its new coach Dan Quinn and his style of defense before offense. 

Despite the late season setback, The Falcons showed tremendous promise as veteran players like Matt Ryan and rookies like Devonta Freeman were able to come together to execute a number of high-impact plays.

The Falcons opening day game takes place on September 11 at the world famous Georgia Dome and sees the hometown heroes take on division rivals, The Tampa Bay Buccaneers!

2016 Atlanta Falcons Schedule: Home

  • September 11: Atlanta Falcons vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • October 2: Atlanta Falcons vs. North Carolina Panthers 
  • October 23: Atlanta Falcons vs. San Diego Chargers
  • October 30: Atlanta Falcons vs. Green Bay Packers
  • November 27: Atlanta Falcons vs. Arizona Cardinals
  • December 4: Atlanta Falcons vs. Kansas City Chiefs 

2016 Atlanta Falcons Schedule: Away

  • September 18: Atlanta Falcons vs. Oakland Raiders
  • September 26: Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints
  • October 9: Atlanta Falcons vs. Denver Broncos
  • October 16: Atlanta Falcons vs. Seattle Seahawks
  • November 3: Atlanta Falcons vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
  • November 13: Atlanta Falcons vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Atlanta Falcons 2016 Roster

  • Brandon Wilds - Running Back
  • Philip Wheeler - Linebacker
  • Jordan Leslie - Wide Receiver
  • Courtney Upshaw - Linebacker
  • Paul Worrilow - Linebacker
  • Gino Gradkowski - Center
  • Devonta Freeman - Running back 
  • Jake Matthews - Tackle
  • Desmond Trufant - Cornerback
  • Eric Weems - Wide Receiver
  • Matt Ryan - Quarterback
  • Austin Hooper - Tight end
  • Vic Beasley - Defensive end
  • Julio Jones - Wide Reciever
  • Dwight Freeney - Defensive end

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Fun Atlanta Falcons Facts

There are hundreds of reasons to support the Atlanta Falcons football team.

Whether you are a lifelong fan or catch a game or two each season, check out the following fun facts about one of the most captivating football teams in the entire NFL!

  • The hero of Green Bay Brett Farve originally started his NFL career as a quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons, after being drafted as the 33rd overall pick in 1991.
  • The Atlanta Falcons entered the National Football League in 1966 under commissioner Pete Rozelle.
  • Matt Ryan is the only quarterback in Falcons history to command an 8-0 season record.
  • Matt Ryan also has the franchise record for most career wins by any starting quarterback in Atlanta.
  • All-star wide receiver Julio Jones has more career catches of 79-yards or more than: Reggie Wayne, Steve Largent, Larry Fitzgerald, Chad Johnson, Plaxico Burress, and Brandon Marshall combined.

 

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