Head Coach: Matt Patricia
The Detroit Lions is a Detroit, Michigan-based team that competes in the NFL as a part of the league’s National Football Conference (NFC) North division. The team’s home stadium is the Ford Field located in Downtown Detroit.
Starting out in Portsmouth, Ohio and originally called the Portsmouth Spartans, the team joined the NFL in 1930 and took part in the 1930 season. The team was then purchased and relocated to Detroit for the 1934 season.
The Lions have four NFL championships, putting them 9th in over total championships. However, their last championship was in 1957, giving the club the second-longest NFL championship drought right behind the Arizona Cardinals. They are currently one of four teams and the only NFC team to fail to make an appearance in the Super Bowl. Additionally, they are the only team to have been present for all 52 seasons of the Super Bowl era without having appeared in any of the events.