Buffalo bills are a professional football team in the United States of American Football Conference East division, founded in 1960 as a member of AFL. Later on, joining NFL in 1970 after NFL and AFL merged.
Bills compete in NFL as a member club and have their home stadium is Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park in the Buffalo–Niagara Falls metropolitan area, where they play all home games. Drawing much of fan base from Western New York, it is the only team that plays home games in that state.
American Football League (AFL) Operated for ten seasons from 1960 to 1970 before merging with NFL. Bills earned early success in the league in 1964 and 1965 after joining NFL, they would become contenders during the late 80s and 90s, they made four consecutive Super Bowls from 1990 to 1993 but lost all.
The Bills have earned as a team the longest 16 consecutive playoff absence record at the beginning of the 21st century in the American’s highest professional sports level.
Buffalo Bills is a football team that competes in the high professional football league in America which is consisting of thirty-two member teams divided between AFC and NFC conferences of four divisions each. Bills’ regular season runs from September to early January.
Bills running team colors are royal blue, red, white, navy blue. Teams original uniform colors were white, silver, and blue, and helmets were silver with no striping. Helmets had no logo but displayed player’s numbers on each side. In the 1980s, Bills used White uniforms for home games, but on November 6, 2011, against the New York Jets, white was their home game uniform for the first time since 1986. Since 2011, Buffalos have worn white for home games either with primary uniform or throwback sets.