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Arizona Cardinals

ARIZONA CARDINALS

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The Arizona Cardinals are a professional American Football (AF) franchise based in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The Cardinals compete in the NFL as a member of the league's (NFC) West division.

Established: 1898, 120 years ago
First season: 1920
Play: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
Headquartered: Tempe, Arizona
Logo: Wordmark
Conference affiliations
National Football League: 1920–present
Western Division: 1933–49
American Conference: 1950–1952
Eastern Conference: 1953–69
Century Division: 1967–69
National Football Conference: 1970–present
NFC East: 1970–2001
NFC West: 2002–present
Current uniform
Team colors: Cardinal red, black, white 
MascotBig Red
Personnel
Owner: Bill Bidwill
Chairman: Bill Bidwill
President: Michael Bidwill
General Manager: Steve Keim
Head coach: Steven Wilks
Team history
Morgan Athletic Club: 1898
Racine Normals: 1898-1901
Racine Cardinals: 1901-1906, 1913-1920
Since: 1920
Chicago Cardinals: 1920–1943, 1945–1959
Card-Pitt (1944)
Louis Cardinals: 1960–1987
Phoenix Cardinals: 1988–1993
Arizona Cardinals: 1994–present
Team nicknames
The Cards
Big Red
Red Sea
Championships
League championships
NFL Championships: 1970, 1925, 1947
Conference championships
NFC: 2008
Division championships
NFL West: 1947, 1948
NFC East: 1974, 1975
NFC West: 2008, 2009, 2015
Playoff appearances
NFL: 1947-48, 1974-75, 1982, 1998, 2008-09, 2014-2015
Home fields
Normal Field: 1898–1919
Since: 1920
Normal Park: 1920–1921, 1926–28
Comiskey Park: 1922–25, 1929–30, 1939–58
Wrigley Field: 1931–38
Soldier Field: 1959
Metropolitan Stadium: 1959
Sportsman's Park: 1960–65
Busch Memorial Stadium: 1966–87
Sun Devil Stadium: 1988–2005
State Farm Stadium: 2006–present
Social Media: Twitter