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  • Mon., Aug. 01, 2016 7:00 PM EDT Training Camp Military Appreciation Day The first M&T Bank Stadium practice will take place on Monday, Aug. 1 at 7 p.m. This practice – free and open to all fans – coincides with the Ravens’ annual Military Appreciation Day. Approximately 3,500 special seats will be reserved for active service members and veterans who present valid military identification upon check-in at the stadium.
  • Sat., Aug. 06, 2016 6:00 PM EDT Training Camp Fireworks Night On Saturday, Aug. 6 at 6 p.m., the second M&T Bank Stadium practice will showcase the organization’s third-annual Fireworks Night, an event highlighted by post-practice autographs for children and a fireworks/laser show.
  • Fri., Sep. 09, 2016 5:00 PM EDT Countdown To Kickoff Party Presented By Miller Lite Grammy Award®-nominated rock band 3 DOORS DOWN will perform at the Ravens Countdown to Kickoff Party Presented by Miller Lite on Friday, Sept. 9 at Maryland State Fairgrounds. Gates open at 5:00 p.m. Open to all ages.
  • Mon., Oct. 03, 2016 5:00 PM EDT A Purple Evening A Purple Evening is back! Join Purple on Monday, October 3rd for on-field drills, player appearances and autographs, giveaways, and much more! Tickets will go on sale soon. Check Purple-Just for Women on Facebook for the latest club and event information.
  • Sun., Oct. 23, 2016 7:30 AM EDT Purple Away Game Trip Up the Jersey Turnpike we go! Hit the road with the Purple Club on Sunday, October 23rd to watch our Baltimore Ravens take on the New York Jets for a 1:00 p.m. game at MetLife Stadium. Don't miss your chance to join the only NFL women's fan club to travel into unfamiliar territory!
  • Sat., Dec. 10, 2016 2:00 PM EST Army vs. Navy Football Don't miss one of the greatest events you can ever attend! The Army-Navy Game presented by USAA returns to M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday, December 10, 2016

Super Bowl XXXV

The young and brash Baltimore Ravens began the 2000 NFL season talking playoffs and ending the year as World Champions, thanks to one of the most dominant defenses in pro football history.

The Ravens'Super Journey began with an ominous regular season schedule that included 5 road games in 7 weeks. In the middle of it all was a 5-game streak without a touchdown. Thankfully, the TD drought never divided the team.

The race toward the Lombardi Trophy was not without its hurdles: Ray Lewis rebounded from a trying offseason; Trent Dilfer, now a Raven, returned to Tampa Bay for the Super Bowl; an emotional Jermaine Lewis dedicated a superb performance to the memory of his stillborn son. Still, the team rallied the season, and it made the hard-fought victory that much sweeter.

The journey was about the coming of age for talented young players like Jamal Lewis, Chris McAlister and Duane Starks.

It also belonged to tough veterans like Rod Woodson, Ray Lewis, Rob Burnett, Shannon Sharpe, Matt Stover, Michael McCrary and Jonathan Ogden.

And the journey also belonged to the fans of Baltimore. The fans numbered in the thousands at the downtown sendoff at Harbor Place. Banners and promises hung in the air and none would be broken.

While the hometown fans would celebrate with 7-straight days of purple pride, the team took off for Tampa for a week of preparation before the ultimate contest. On Sunday, Jan. 28, 2001, the Ravens kept their promise and defeated the N.Y. Giants, 34-7.

Ray Lewis earned Super Bowl XXXV MVP honors, as well as Defensive Player of the Year. The Ravens tied a Super Bowl record with 4 INTs, and they were only the 3rd team in NFL history to not commit a turnover in a Super Bowl. The most exciting new record may havebeen 3 successive scores on 3 see-saw plays. The back-to-back KORs for TDs were yet another new record.

Following the game, Art Modell lifted the Lombardi Trophy in the air and said:"To the people of Baltimore City, Baltimore County and the State of Maryland, this belongs to you. From the bottom of my heart, thank you.”

When the Ravens flew home on that beautiful, blue-sky Monday after the Super Bowl, they heard about the parade scheduled in their honor on the next day. The icy downpour that Tuesday presented to the city phased no one. Hundreds of thousands of fans ignored the rain and cold and waited for their heroes to ride by on Baltimore’s crowded city streets.

Later, the entire organization was invited to the White House in June to meet with then-president George W. Bush.