New York GiantsThe New York Giants are a National Football League team originating in New York City, but currently based in New Jersey.
- Founded:The current Giants team started in 1925.
- Formerly known as:
- Home stadium: Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
- Uniform colors: Dark blue with red trim
- Helmet design: Dark blue, with a white lower-case sans-serif "ny" logo
- League championships won: 1927, 1934, 1938, 1956, 1986, 1990, others
- Super Bowls: XXI (won), XXV (won), XXXV (lost)
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In 1934, the team defeated the Chicago Bears 30-13 at the Polo Grounds in icy nine degree temperatures. At half time, coach Steve Owen provided the team with basketball shoes for better traction on the icy turf, and the game came to be known as the "Sneakers Game".
In 1990, the Mara family sold a 50% interest in the team to Preston Robert Tisch.
Players of note
Pro Football Hall of Famers: