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NFL Preseason: Steelers vs. Texans

Acrisure Stadium - Pittsburgh, PA
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Texans vs. Giants - Preseason Home Game 1

NRG Stadium - Houston, TX
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Texans vs. Rams - Preseason Home Game 2

NRG Stadium - Houston, TX
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Colts vs. Texans

Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis, IN
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Texans vs. Bears

NRG Stadium - Houston, TX
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Vikings vs. Texans

US Bank Stadium - Minneapolis, MN
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Texans vs. Jaguars

NRG Stadium - Houston, TX
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Texans vs. Bills

NRG Stadium - Houston, TX
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Patriots vs. Texans

Gillette Stadium - Foxborough, MA
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Packers vs. Texans

Lambeau Field - Green Bay, WI
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Texans vs. Colts

NRG Stadium - Houston, TX
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Jets vs. Texans

MetLife Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ
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Texans vs. Lions

NRG Stadium - Houston, TX
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Cowboys vs. Texans

AT&T Stadium - Arlington, TX
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Texans vs. Titans

NRG Stadium - Houston, TX
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Jaguars vs. Texans

EverBank Stadium - Jacksonville, FL
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Texans vs. Dolphins

NRG Stadium - Houston, TX
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Chiefs vs. Texans

Arrowhead Stadium - Kansas City, MO
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Texans vs. Ravens

NRG Stadium - Houston, TX
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Titans vs. Texans (Date: TBD)

Nissan Stadium - Nashville - Nashville, TN
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Houston Texans Info

Where do the Houston Texans play their home games?

The Houston Texans play their home games at NRG Stadium.

Where Do The Houston Texans Play Their Home Games?

NRG Stadium opened in 2002 as the home of the expansion Houston Texans. The stadium has a retractable roof that allows it to operate like an open-air stadium in good weather. The roof can be opened or closed in as little as 10 minutes. When the stadium opened, it had a natural grass surface, but in 2015, an artificial surface was installed due to complaints about field conditions in Texans games. In 2013, the Texans installed large digital displays in the end zone. At the time, these displays were the largest in the world, though they have since been eclipsed. In its history, NRG Stadium has hosted two Super Bowls.

Houston Texans Team History

The Houston Texans have competed in the AFC South division since their inception in 2002. The Texans have won the division title six times, logging six total playoff appearances. After the Houston Oilers left Houston in 1997, the city was left without an NFL team. Houston businessman Bob McNair joined efforts to push for a new stadium and bring a team back to the city. In 1999, Houston was awarded a new team as part of the NFL’s expansion to 32 teams. The Texans played their inaugural season in 2002 in the newly-constructed Reliant Stadium, which had been built next to the Astrodome, where the Oilers had played. The Texans defeated the Dallas Cowboys by a score of 19-10 in their first regular season game. In their first five seasons, the Texans did not win more than seven games in a season, but the 2007 team managed to finish with a .500 record for the first time. In 2011, the team had a ten-win season and won their first AFC South title. The Texans also picked up their first playoff win, when they defeated the Cincinnati Bengals in the first round, though the Texans fell to the Baltimore Ravens in the next round.

How To Get To A Houston Texans Game

NRG Stadium is located at 8825 Kirby Drive. It has over 26,000 parking spaces. Additionally, it is accessible via the Red Line on the METRORail at the NRG Park stop. Taxies and Uber can also pick up and drop off at various locations around the stadium.

When Do Gates Open For A Houston Texans Game?

All parking lot gates open 2.5 hours prior to kickoff, and all NRG Stadium gates open 90 minutes before kickoff.

What Food and Drink Options Are Available At A Houston Texans Game?

NRG Stadium offers plenty of great options for food and drink, with many local favorites available. James Beard award-winning chef Chris Shepherd even has a small outpost of his famous Underbelly restaurant. NRG Stadium also offers stands that have value food and beverage items, selling things like $5 hot dog combos.

What is the gameday experience like for a Houston Texans Game?

In the stadium, the Texans have set aside an area in the north end zone called the Bull Pen for their most avid supporters. Bull Pen members have created many fan traditions, songs and chants to add to the gameday experience and homefield advantage for the Texans. The section also house the Bull Pen Pep Band, which is a 45-member musical group that performs at all Texans home games. The Texans also have a wide set of traditions. After each Texans touchdown, they will play their anthem, “Football Time in Texas,” by local country star Clay Walker in addition to rolling out “Deep in the Heart of Texas,” where the whole stadium will enthusiastically clap their hands during the refrain.

How to Get Houston Texans Tickets

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How Does Zone Seating Work For A Houston Texans Game?

Zone Seating from SimpleSeats gives fans access to discounts in certain sections of the stadium. When you purchase zone seats, your tickets are guaranteed to be in the listed section, but you won’t know your exact seats until you get your tickets. This lets us get you incredible deals to see your favorite teams. Zone Seating from SimpleSeats provides you with the best prices to get you into the game.

Houston Texans Promotion and Event Nights

The Texans hold several special game themes throughout the season. Highlights include Liberty White Out, where the teams celebrates the new season by wearing their Liberty White uniforms. And on Battle Red Day, the team encourages all fans to wear Battle Red in the aim of creating an intense and exciting gameday experience. The Texans have several promotions available for fans to use after a victory. The day after a Texans win, fans can get 50% off pizzas, any size, any toppings. And if the Texans score to touchdowns in a game, fans can get a free Jumbo Jack at Jack in the Box with the purchase of a drink.

Houston Texans All-Time Greats

The Texans have had some standout players in their history. Wide receiver Andre Johnson was the Texans’ first true superstar. He played with the team for 12 seasons and was the first player inducted into the franchise’s Ring of Honor. He made the Pro Bowl seven times and was All-Pro two times. He holds most of the club’s receiving records and ranks 11th all time in the NFL in receiving yards. Arian Foster was an undrafted running back who played with the Houston Texans from 2009-2015. He was a four-time Pro Bowler and a one-time All-Pro. Foster holds the team records for career rushing yards (6,472) and rushing touchdowns (54). JJ Watt was drafted by the Texans in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft and became the greatest player in franchise history. Watt is a three-time winner of the NFL Defensive Player of the Year Award. He holds the franchise records for sacks and forced fumbles. He has been selected to the Pro Bowl five times and was also named first-team All-Pro five teams. In addition to the on-field accolades, Sports Illustrated named Watt as its Sportsperson of the Year for his work helping the city of Houston recover from Hurricane Harvey.

Houston Texans Current Star Players

Deshaun Watson was selected by the Texans 12th overall in the 2017 NFL Draft. He got off to a strong start, including a game against the Kansas City Chiefs where he tied the NFL record for passing touchdowns by a rookie in a game with five. However, his season was cut short by injury mid-way through the year. Watson has already been named to the Pro Bowl three time and led the NFL in passing yards in 2020. Through four seasons, his passer rating is over 100.
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