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In Cleveland, we’ve got world-class experiences without the world-class ego. And for that, you’re welcome.
World-class experiences without the world-class ego.
Here in Cleveland, we’ve got beef cheek in our pierogi, truffles on our hot dogs and beer in our donuts. Balance.
Whether you’re into the thread count of your linens or just a place to crash for the night, we’ve got a hotel room with your name all over it.
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History hasn't always been easy on us. But pressure can create diamonds. Come check out our gems.
The Browns have owned the hearts of Northeast Ohio—in good times and bad, for better and for worse – for 75 years.
The passion for this hard-working, smash mouth football team is no surprise to anyone who hails from this blue-collar town, where football on Sunday is not only an event, it’s a way of life. Take a look at what it means to be a Cleveland football fan, and some of the milestones that mark our storied team’s history.
Mining homegrown talent, Ohio native Paul Brown assembles a dream team that dominates the All-American Football Conference, winning the title every year of the league’s existence and going undefeated in 1948.
Regarded as coming from an inferior league, the Browns made themselves right at home in the NFL. Led by Otto Graham (now immortalized with a statue at FirstEnergy Stadium) the Browns played in six straight championships, winning three.
Quarterback Frank Ryan throws three touchdowns to Gary Collins—all in the second half—to beat the heavily favored Colts, 27-0 in the NFL Championship Game.
The Browns make four straight playoff appearances, but are thwarted in three AFC Championship Games, each time by John Elway and the Broncos. Enter “The Drive” and “The Fumble,” plays that will forever live in Cleveland sports infamy.
Heartbreak reigns as Cleveland Municipal Stadium—the only home the Browns have ever known—hosts its last NFL game. After 50 years in Cleveland, the Browns move to Baltimore to become the Ravens.
In an unprecedented agreement, the Browns’ name, colors and history remain in Cleveland, given to an expansion team that returns football to its rightful place in 1999. Fast forward to 2021 (mercifully), when the team earned its first playoff win in 26 years.
After more than two decades, the Browns we all remembered are finally back.
FirstEnergy Stadium is not only the home of the Cleveland Browns, one of the National Football League's most storied teams, but also home to the greatest fans in the NFL! Built in 1998, and situated on the same ground where tradition-rich Municipal Stadium stood for 50 years, the world-class...