Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium NFL 100th Season Panoramic Picture
This panorama captures the Cincinnati Bengals NFL football team playing at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals moved to Paul Brown Stadium in 2000, after 30 years of hosting games at Riverfront Stadium. Paul Brown Stadium was named after the coaching legend and Pro Football Hall of Famer, Paul Brown, who founded the Bengals in 1967. The club was granted an American Football League franchise for the 1968 season and joined the NFL as a result of the 1970 merger. The Bengals won the division title in their first NFL season and have twice reached the Super Bowl as American Football Conference champions.
Unframed picture size 13.5"x40"
Standard frame size 13.75"x40.25 no mat with tempered glass
Select frame size 15.5"x42" with single mat with tempered glass
Deluxe frame size 18"x42" with double mat with tempered glass