Cincinnati Bengals

Root for Cincinnati’s hometown NFL team

Who Dey! The Cincinnati Bengals, members of the North Division of the AFC in the NFL, take to the field each fall at the open-air Paycor Stadium, a cornerstone of Cincinnati's riverfront development with 65,535 seats on three levels.

Arrive early to tailgate and enjoy some outdoor fun with your fellow Bengals fans, who are still reliving the team’s appearance in the 2022 Super Bowl. Or, visit the Jungle Zone–a special area across the street from the stadium that opens two hours before kickoff and offers live music, food, drinks, and family-friendly activities. Never been to a game? Here's our Insider's Guide so you know what to expect. 

Grab tickets to a game and arrive early (or stay late!) to explore Cincy’s dynamic riverfront neighborhood.

In addition to Bengals games, the stadium hosts a wide range of events throughout the year.

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Bengals' Future Home Game Opponents

The dates and times of the 2024-2025 Bengals' games will be announced in mid-May. 


  • Baltimore Ravens

  • Cleveland Browns

  • Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Denver Broncos

  • Las Vegas Raiders

  • Philadelphia Eagles

  • Washington Commanders

  • New England Patriots


  • Baltimore Ravens

  • Cleveland Browns

  • Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Chicago Bears

  • Detroit Lions

  • New England Patriots

  • New York Jets

  • AFC South - TBD

  • NFC - TBD




The Insider's Guide to The Banks

Catching a Reds or Bengals game and need ideas on what to do before and after? We've got you covered with our Insider's Guide to The Banks, the entertainment district nestled between Great American Ball Park and Paycor Stadium.