Although many teams have a rich and storied history, few have one as unique as the Tennessee Titans. Like many teams, they have found success over the years. Unlike many teams, however, much of their success came under a different name and in a different city. Before relocating to Tennessee in 1997, the Titans were the Houston Oilers. The Oilers were a successful franchise in their own right, especially prior to the AFL-NFL merger, winning AFL championships in 1960 and 1961. The Titans have reached the playoffs numerous times, with a Super Bowl loss in 2000. Despite a solid season, the Titans narrowly missed the postseason this year. Led by head coach Mike Vrabel and young starts like quarterback Marcus Mariota, running back Derrick Henry, and wide receiver Corey Davis, however, the Titans could be primed to make another deep playoff run soon.
As an expansion team, fans in Tennessee lack the lengthy history of some other fan bases. However, they are still passionate and dedicated to their team. In Houston itself, many former fans now follow the Texans. Over the years, this has developed into an intense rivalry between Houston’s current and former team.
The team’s official website contains numerous resources for fans, such as information about the official team app and a signup for the team newsletter. It also contains information about the official team fan clubs. Membership in the team Kids Club gives young Titans fans access to giveaways, events, and deals. Titan True, the official team women’s club, gives fans access to exclusive events and more deals.
To keep in touch with their wide geographic range of fans, the Titans are active on social media, across all three major platforms. The team has close to 750k followers on Twitter, almost 1 million likes on Facebook, and over 400k followers on Instagram. All three accounts are excellent sources of Titans news and highlights for fans. The official team hashtag is #TitanUp.
There are also numerous Titans fan websites and fan pages across social media. Titan Sized, the team Fansided blog, and Music City Miracles, the team SBNation blog, are among the many Titans fan sites.
FanWide has its own directory of Titans fan clubs, with 8 clubs currently listed.
The Titans are followed by passionate fans across the country, not just in their new home of Tennessee. FanWide, the world’s largest fan club network, is running a competition to identify the top pro football fan club in the country. Do you think that your Tennessee Titans fan club can be named the nation’s Top Football Fan Club? Visit https://fanwi.de/TFFC to learn more and enter. The grand prize includes an athlete appearance at one of your fan club’s upcoming events! #TopFootballFanClub