The Houston Texans professional American football team was established in 2002, and is one of the yonugest teams in the NFL. The Houston Texans, who were initially called the Houston Oilers, belong to the AFC South division in the NFL.
Since it is a very recent team, the Houston Texans have not disputed any Super Bowl.
It is one of the four teams that up to now have not been at a NFL final championship. Even so, the Texans had a good season when they advanced to the playoffs in the years 2011 and 2012.
The Texans’ stadium is the NRG Stadium, and is located in Houston Texas. Previously called the Reliant, the stadium witnessed a natural disaster in September 13th, 2008. The Ike Hurricane,(the Ike hurricane) which cancelled the game that the team had to play the next day against the Baltimore Ravens, and had to be played on November of that years.
The American football stadium has had several events apart from football matches, including Super Bowl 2004, besides many famous concerts, several soccer matches, and the WWE WrestleMania XXV.
Owned by the county of Harris, Texas, the $352.000.000 stadium has the capacity of 69.500 viewers, and was open in 2002.
Check out a time lapse of how the Reliant Stadium got changed from a soccer field into a football field:
Uniform and logo
The Texans uniform is a dark blue jersey, sometimes white, with a red trim design. The white pants are the most worn with the blue jersey. The team’s helmet is a blue dark with the Texans logo in it.
The Huston Texans logo has been the same since the team was established, probably due to the fact that they are merely 13 years old into the NFL. This logo is recognized by the bull’s head of blue and red color divided into two parts; the left part is red, while the right one is blue and has a white star as the bull’s eye, clearly depicting the United Staes flag colors and symbols.
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