New York Giants

The 105th NFL season is ongoing and the New York Giants are professionally playing in the league for 98 years, and now compete in the league’s NFC conference East division. MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey is the home of the team and Quest Diagnostics Training Center is the present training camp of the Giants.

Giants totally made thirty-three Playoff appearances, in which sixteen Division championships, and eleven Conference championships in history. The team won 8 league championships and now 4 Super Bowl game wins of New York’s eleven appearances in the final.

Brian Daboll is the running head coach and John Mara, Steve Tisch are the owner of the team. New York Giants never changed its name since it was founded on August 1, 1925.

The New York Giants are a member club of the NFC East division of four teams. Washington Commanders, Dallas Cowboys, and Philadelphia Eagles are one of the best-known rivalries of the New York Giants in the NFL season.

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

TeamNew York Giants
FoundedAugust 1, 1925
Home stadiumMetLife Stadium
DivisionNFC East
OwnerJohn Mara, Steve Tisch
Head coachBrian Daboll
Super Bowl championships(4) 1986 (XXI), 1990 (XXV), 2007 (XLII), 2011 (XLVI)
Conference championships11
Playoff appearances33