|Preseason: Green Bay Packers vs. Arizona Cardinals in Green Bay, Wisconsin||August 9th, 2013||Lambeau Field|
|Preseason: Arizona Cardinals vs. Dallas Cowboys in Glendale, Arizona||August 17th, 2013||University Of Phoenix Stadium|
|Preseason: Arizona Cardinals vs. San Diego Chargers in Glendale, Arizona||August 24th, 2013||University Of Phoenix Stadium|
|Preseason: Denver Broncos vs. Arizona Cardinals in Denver, Colorado||August 29th, 2013||Sports Authority Field At Mile High|
|2013 Arizona Cardinals Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) in Glendale, Arizona||September 7th, 2013||University Of Phoenix Stadium|
|St. Louis Rams vs. Arizona Cardinals in Saint Louis, Missouri||September 8th, 2013||Edward Jones Dome|
|Arizona Cardinals vs. Detroit Lions in Glendale, Arizona||September 15th, 2013||University Of Phoenix Stadium|
|New Orleans Saints vs. Arizona Cardinals in New Orleans, Louisiana||September 22th, 2013||Mercedes-Benz Superdome |
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Arizona Cardinals in Tampa, Florida||September 29th, 2013||Raymond James Stadium|
|Arizona Cardinals vs. Carolina Panthers in Glendale, Arizona||October 6th, 2013||University Of Phoenix Stadium|
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If asked, you probably wouldn't say the Arizona Cardinals but they are the answer to the question: “Who is the oldest continuously run professional football team in America?” The Cards are also one of two original NFL teams still left in the league (the other being the Chicago Bears). The Cardinals, named after a color not the bird, were founded in Chicago in 1898. The team moved to St. Louis in 1960 and stayed there until 1987. For the 1988 NFL season, the club relocated to Tempe, Arizona. For most of their century long existence, the Cardinals have struggled. They won just two NFL Championships—a contested one in 1927 and one in which they actually won a championship game in 1947. In 2009, the franchise won three playoff games on route to their first Super Bowl appearance. Those three playoff victories doubled their total playoff wins in franchise history. The Cardinals were unsuccessful in Super Bowl XLIII losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 27-23.
The Cardinals are aligned in the NFC West along with the St. Louis Rams, San Francisco 49ers, and Seattle Seahawks. Due to their long tenure in the NFC East, the Cards also have a rivalry, albeit a lopsided one, with the Dallas Cowboys. The team's home field is the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Some notable Cardinals over the years include John "Paddy" Driscoll, Ernie Nevers, Dan Dierdorf, Larry Wilson, and Roger Wehrli. In June of 2002, Cardinals safety Pat Tillman gave up his lucrative NFL contract and enlisted in the U.S. Army. After several tours of duty, Tillman was killed in Afghanistan. His heroism has been immortalized by both the Cardinals and the NFL.