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Football is by far the most popular sport in the U.S. but is also hugely popular across the world. With a ardent fan base and some of the wealthiest players in the universe, Football's history can be traced back to the early 20th century when a number of leagues cropped up in disparate regions across the country.
These days the National Football League, or NFL, has become the best-known sports leagues in the universe and, depending on where you live in the states, if you are a football fan you usually have defined and distinct allegiance to the team that either plays in your city or one nearby.
If you live in New York you are most likely a Giants fan. Giants fans are, to put it gently, extraordinarily bombastic of their team and have no hesitation voicing their particular opinion about how great it is and how capable the New York Giants roster is. They will say that if you're an New York Giants fan you bleed Giants colors and I wouldn't dare test this theory on any hardcore Giants enthusiast come game time.
There are thirty-two teams around the United States that represent the NFL and your allegiances usually are formed predicated on either where you grew up or where you were born. This actually makes for interesting and gut wrenching games because, since Americans tend to move quite frequently, you can sometimes find fans of one city's team residing in a different city but still rooting for "their" team when they are in town to play the home team.
Some states, and even some cities, have more than one NFL team that represents them. Normally you will find one of these teams representing the NFC, or National Football Conference, while the other represents the Atlantic Football Conference, or AFC.
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After calling four different stadiums home in their first 50 years in the National Football League, the Giants moved into the New York Giants stadium in 1976. The idea of playing at a stadium built in the Meadowlands first attracted the Giants' attention when they realized that they could provide 15,000 more seats and help meet the increasing demands of the fans without a major switch in location. Giants Stadium is only 6.9 miles from Times Square, compared to Yankee Stadium which is 6.6.
In May of 1967, a local New Jersey newspaper first proposed the idea of building a Sports Complex. The idea of the complex could not begin until a major sports franchise could be attracted to the concept. With an aging Yankee Stadium, the Giants and the Yankees became immediate targets. The original construction idea called for separate stadiums for football and baseball with convenient parking and easy highway access just miles from New York City.
In 1970, the William Cahill administration began serious efforts to lure the Giants. On Aug. 27, 1971, the Giants signed a 30-year lease for a 75,000-seat Stadium to be built by the 1975 season. The New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority was established by an act of the state legislature on May 10, 1971 to finance, construct and administer the complex. It was also decided that the complex would include a stadium for football and a racetrack. The Authority was granted powers through legislature to lease property, borrow money, issue bonds and conduct horse racing. To finance the complex the state was authorized to issue revenue bonds backed by the state-run racetrack proceeds. The complex was built and operated with no expense to the taxpayers.
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