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Welcome to The Jungle! In 1937, a team known as the Cincinnati Bengals was formed as a member of the American Football League. After joining numerous AFLs over the next few years – all of which folded – pro football returned to Cincinnati in 1967 when Paul Brown headed an ownership group that landed an expansion franchise in the modern-era American Football League. Brown, a Pro Football Hall of Famer, named the team Bengals “to give it a link with past professional football in Cincinnati.” Home to the Cincinnati Bengals, Paul Brown Stadium is a cornerstone of Cincinnati's riverfront development with 65,535 seats on three levels, including 7,600 club seats and 114 private suites. With 14 event spaces, elegant decor, spectacular views, video walls, hundreds of televisions and delicious food, the stadium hosts events ranging from small meetings to large receptions. Who Dey!