The Atlanta Falcons compete in the NFC South division of the NFL. Founded in 1965, the Falcons became the National Football League’s 15th franchise. Legendary figures of the Falcons include Deion Sanders, Roddy White, Tony Gonzalez and Michael Vick.
The Falcons have made 14 playoff appearances in franchise history, winning six division championships and two conference championships. The Falcons have made it to two Super Bowls, losing both. The Falcons’ home field is the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and the team is owned by Arthur Blank. The current general manager is Thomas Dimitroff, and the head coach is Dan Quinn.