Understanding the History of Tennessee Titans Stadium
The state-of-art Nissan Stadium is the home of maverick NFL team the Tennessee Titans. The stadium belongs to Nashville Metropolitan Government and Davidson County. The stadium is also a multi-purpose facility used by Tennesse State Tigers. Nissan stadium became the home of Titans back in 1999 to date. It is situated near the Cumberland river and just across the downtown Nashville. Previously the Titans used to play in the Astrodome stadium, which was the first multi-purpose dome facility in the country. Those days the Titans were referred as the Oilers and it was in the mid 80s when the owner of the team Bud Adams was dissatisfied with the size of the stadium since it was the smallest in the NFL league. At that time, the Oiler had played in this stadium for more than 25 years.

Nissan Stadium | Titans
Located in Nashville Tennessee, Nissan Stadium is used for multiple purposes. From music festivals to college football games, this versatile stadium is the official home to the Tennessee Titans and the State Tigers.

A Quick Look at the Houston Oilers' History
Before Tennesse Titans were known by their current name, they were called the Houston Oilers and they were owned by Bud Adams and they retained this name until 1996.

Tennessee Titans Official Logos and Uniforms Over The Years
The Tennessee Titans players are defined by their iconic colors. The team first had an oil rig derrick as their official logo which marked the team's years as the Oilers. At this time, white or blue jerseys, white pants, and a red trim were the official colors. Except for a few instances where the team had an all-white outfit during the 70's and 80's, light blue pants and white jerseys comprised the official road colors. 1995 marked the end of the light blue pants for the team.