Single-game tickets for the 2014 Atlanta Falcons season are now on sale!
Single-game tickets can be purchased online by visiting www.atlantafalcons.com/tickets or www.ticketmaster.com. Tickets can also be ordered by phone via Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000 or any Publix Ticketmaster outlet.
The general public also have the opportunity to purchase two and four-game packages, providing a value for Falcons fans when compared to buying single-game tickets separately.
Season tickets, Gameday Suites and Verizon Wireless Club Seats are on sale now and can be purchased at www.atlantafalcons.com/tickets or by calling 855-222-FANS. By purchasing season tickets, Falcons fans pay the lowest per game price.
The Falcons look to bounce back in 2014 after a difficult 2013 campaign. Head coach Mike Smith and general manager Thomas Dimitroff head into the 2014 NFL Draft armed with 10 draft selections, including five in the first 140 picks. Through the Draft, Dimitroff has selected franchise cornerstones such as, QB Matt Ryan, WR Julio Jones, LT Sam Baker, S William Moore, LB Sean Weatherspoon, and CB Desmond Trufant.
Atlanta holds the sixth overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, marking the third time in team history that the club with make a selection in that spot. In 2011, the Falcons moved up 21 spots after a trade with the Cleveland Browns to select Alabama WR Julio Jones. Atlanta also selected T Warren Bryant out of Kentucky with the sixth overall pick in 1977. In addition to the upcoming draft, the Falcons have been active in free agency this offseason, re-signing core players DT Jonathan Babineaux, DT Corey Peters, DT Peria Jerry, OL Mike Johnson, and C/G Joe Hawley. The Falcons have also added CB Javier Arenas, G Jon Asamoah, OL Gabe Carimi, WR Devin Hester, DE Tyson Jackson, S Dwight Lowery, DT Paul Soliai, CB Josh Wilson, and TE Bear Pascoe to bolster key positions and increase overall depth.
The roster moves made by Dimitroff and the on-ﬁeld coaching of Smith have been the catalysts for the Falcons emergence and consistency over the past six seasons. The club has posted a 60-36 record since 2008 and Atlanta's .625 winning percentage is tied for the sixth-best in the NFL during that span.