The Arizona Cardinals compete in the NFC West division of the NFL. Founded as the Morgan Athletic Club in 1898, they are the oldest franchise in the league. Legendary figures of the Cardinals include Pat Tillman, Larry Fitzgerald, Kurt Warner, and Aeneas Williams.
The Cardinals have made 10 playoff appearances in franchise history, winning seven division championships, one conference championship and two league championships. The Cardinals have made it to one Super Bowl, losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLIII. The Cardinals’ home field is the State Farm Stadium, and the team is owned by the Bidwill family. The current general manager is Steve Keim, and the head coach is Kliff Kingsbury.