May 31, 2023

The Arizona Cardinals’ 2022-2023 season didn’t quite go as planned.

Superstar quarterback Kyler Murray started only 11 of the team’s 17 games; as for five-time Pro Bowler DeAndre Hopkins, he was fit for just nine games.

As a result, the Redbirds fell to 4-13 just one year after advancing to the playoffs.

However, things should be different this year after an off-season shakeup.

Head coach Kliff Kingsbury is out – Jonathan Gannon is in.

And the team signed valuable role players like tight Noah Togiai, offensive lineman Kevin Beachum and linebacker Kyzir White.

In addition, they came up with offensive tackle Paris Johnson Jr. with the sixth pick in the NFL Draft.

Now there is only one important missing ingredient: you.

This season, the Cardinals need all the help they can get from fans at Glendale’s State Farm Stadium at all home games.

Fortunately, tickets are available for all eight home games on Vivid Seats.

That includes major matchups against the Cowboys on Sept. 24, the 49ers on Dec. 17, and the Seahawks in Week 18.

Not yet familiar with Vivid Seats?

They are a verified secondary market ticketing platform and prices may be higher or lower than face value depending on demand.

Their site offers a 100% buyer guarantee that your transaction is safe and your tickets will be delivered prior to the event.

Arizona Cardinals season tickets

Diehard fans who want to don red and white every time the Cardinals are at home are in luck.

Season tickets can be picked up here and now starting today.

We’ll be seeing you at State Farm this year…a lot.

Arizona Cardinals Single Game Tickets

For those who prefer to choose which home games make the most sense for you to attend, we’re here for you too.

Below is a list of all upcoming Arizona Cardinals home games at State Farm Stadium, including dates, start times, and opponents.

Cardinals 2023 full schedule

If you think you’re traveling with the Cardinals this year, you can find them here on the road once the 2023 season begins.

Arizona Cardinals away game dates
Sunday Sept 10 vs. the Washington Commanders at 1 p.m
Sunday, October 1 against the San Francisco 49ers at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA at 1:25 PM
Sunday October 15 vs. the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA at 1:25 p.m
Sunday, October 22 against the Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field in Seattle, WA at 1:05 PM
Sunday November 5 vs. the Cleveland Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium in Cleveland, OH at 1 p.m
Sunday November 19 vs. the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX at noon
Sunday, December 3 against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh, PA at 1 p.m.
Sunday December 24 vs. the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field in Chicago, IL at 3:25 p.m
Sunday December 31 vs. the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA at 1 p.m

State Farm Stadium seating arrangement

Have you never been to see Kyler throw the pigskin in person?

To make things easy, check out a map of State Farm Stadium here to get a better idea of ​​all the views from the stands.

A map of the Arizona Cardinals' State Farm Stadium.
Vibrant seats

How to watch/stream Cardinals games

There’s no shortage of ways to watch Cardinals games live from the comfort of your own home this season.

You can find Gannon’s stacked team on select dates on ABC, CBS, ESPN, Fox, NBC and the NFL Network.

During the regular season, most NFC games are broadcast on Fox.

For special games, Sunday Night Football can be found on NBC along with Peacock, Monday Night Football is reserved for ESPN, and Thursday Night Football streams on Amazon Prime Video.

Arizona Cardinals News

Former Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury is not out of work.

In fact, he landed another gig in early April.

Where is he now?

You’ll have to read the NY Post’s story to find out where he’ll be next season.

Need more Cardinals news? Click here for all the NY Post’s Arizona Cardinals firsts.

Huge concert tours in 2023

Before the Cardinals officially kick off the season, many of the music’s biggest stars will be performing in arenas and stadiums across North America.

Here are just five of the concerts we’re most excited about that could be coming to a city near you in the coming months.

• Dragon

• Metallica

• Guns N’ Roses

• Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

• Beyoncé

Do you need a little more music in your life? Check out our list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here.