Detriot Lions

The 105th NFL season is ongoing and the Detroit Lions are professionally playing in the league from 93 years, and now compete in the league’s NFC Conference North division. Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan is the home of the team, and Halas Hall, Lake Forest, Illinois is the present training camp of the Bears.

Lions have totally made Eighteen Playoff appearances, in which four Division championships, and four Conference championships in history. The team won 4 league championships and never played in the Super Bowl since it begin.

Dan Campbell is the running head coach and Sheila Ford Hamp is the owner of the team. Detroit Lions changed its name several times since it is founded on July 12, 1930, but presently take the name Detroit Lions from Portsmouth Spartans in 1934.

The Detroit Lions are a present member club of the NFC North division of four teams. Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, and Minnesota Vikings are one of the best-known rivalries of the Detroit Lions in the NFL season.

Here we have rounded up everything about the NFL’s active franchise Detroit Lions’ current stats you need to know.

TeamDetroit Lions
FoundedJuly 12, 1930
Home stadiumFord Field
DivisionNFC North
OwnersSheila Ford Hamp
Head coachDan Campbell
Super Bowl championships(0)
Conference championships4
Playoff appearances19