Where Is NFL Corporate Office Headquarters

NFL Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 345 Park Ave, New York, NY 10154, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 330-962-7272
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Number of Employees: 17,621
  • Established: August 20, 1920
  • Founder: George Halas
  • Key People: Roger Goodell

NFL Headquarters Location & Directions

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NFL Headquarters Contact Info

People cannot imagine or think about the world where football doesn’t exist. The thought of “no football” seems to create a void in their lives. Football is one of the most important sports for Americans. Their life is completely woven around it. This excitement triples every year, with the arrival of the NFL season. All the social media platforms are bombarded with tweets about the National Football league. The National Football League comprises of 32 teams which are divided into two conferences - the National Football Conference and the American Football Conference. These two teams compete with each other every year to win the world's most famous annual event - the super bowl.

After surviving years of fierce competition from its rivals, today NFL has become the strongest American professional football league. Their large fan base can reach the corporate headquarters via mail and phone.

NFL Headquarter Address - You can use the below-mentioned address for sending a courier to them.

345 Park Ave,

New York, NY 10154,

USA

Phone Number - +1 330-962-7272

Email - [email protected]

Website - You can visit their official website for any more information related to the NFL. Social media users and investors can use this official website. https://www.nfl.com/

NFL Headquarters Info & Photos

The NFL headquarters are located in New York City. Since the year 1963, they have maintained the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.

Apart from the headquarters at New York, NFL expands to the Culver City in California with NFL media and to Mt. Laurel, NJ with NFL films. 

Ted Moudis Associates is the team behind understanding and designing the vision of NFL headquarters. The main purpose of designing the place is to create a strong brand identity as well as to build an amazing work environment for its staff.
The amenities included general office space, conference rooms and a league room where the NFL owners can meet, cafeteria for the staff and also a fitness center.

Each floor at the NFL headquarters has a distinctive style of architectural design. The officiating command center is the heart of the organization, located on the 5th floor of the building.

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NFL Headquarters Executive Team

Roger Goodell

Commissioner

Roger Goodell is an American sports executive who serves as the commissioner of the National Football League. He started at the HQ of NFL as an administrative intern and succeeded Paul Tagliabue in the year 2006 for the post of commissioner.

Mary Ann Turcke

Chief Operating Officer

Mary Ann is the highest-ranking woman at the NFL offices. Her responsibilities include taking care of the marketing, communications, HR, International events and technology departments.

Dave Gardi

SVP of Football Operations

Dave Gardi is the Senior Vice President for the football operations of policy and compliance. His legal background and extensive experience in the field of football make him a man with a lethal and powerful personality.

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Jordan Levin

Chief Content Officer

Allen Sills M.D.

Chief Medical Officer

Troy Vincent

Executive Vice President of Football Operations

About NFL

History

NFL was founded in 1920 in Canton, Ohio.

The initial name given to the organization was the American Professional Football Association.

It was decided to elect Jim Thorpe who was an amazing American Athlete as the first president of the NFL.

The name National Football League was taken up in 1922.

The first season of the NFL was played between five teams from Ohio, four teams from Illinois, two teams each from Indiana and New York and one team from Michigan.

The merger between the American Football League and the National Football League took place in 1970. This made it a 26- team circuit under the name NFL. Since then, 6 more teams have been added to the NFL.

The only two teams who are still part of the game are the Cardinals (now in Arizona) and the Staleys (now Chicago Bears).

Services

The NFL is an American football league which has 32 teams, divided equally between the National Football Conference and the American Football Conference.

Football is one of the most important passion and profession in America. It expresses American values and displays their national identity.

The National Football League foundation allows its players to fund programs and resources that create a positive impact on the lives of the active-duty & veteran military officers and their families.

Facts

  • The largest point difference in the NFL games was of 26.5 points. The match was between the teams of the Denver Broncos and Jacksonville Jaguars in the week 2 in the year 2013.
  • The oldest Hall of Fame inductee was Ed Sabol. There was an age gap of 69 years between him at the age of 94 and the youngest player Gale Sayers.
  • The fan following of the team Green Bay Packers is so enormous that if you book a season ticket waiting list today, it will take you 1000 years to get a spot on the field to watch the game. 

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  • Patrick J Raley says:

    YOU ARE RUINING THE NFL AS WE KNOW IT, ALL LIVES MATTER, YOU MORON. NICE SPINE ROGER! LET THEM ALL KNEEL AND DISRESPECT!!! YOUR RATINGS WILL CRASH AND YOU DESERVE IT ALL!

    Patrick Raley
    Former NFL Fan

    A sport you ruined!!

     
  • Dennis Stout says:

    I have been a fan all my life. Die Hard! However when the kneeling for the anthem started I stopped watching football until it stopped. I got rid of all my football stuff: jackets, hats, everything. I just started to watch again and know the kneeling will start again. I will not watch or purchase an football items. If I could join the Navy and put my life on the line so the good athletes can make big bucks and play the game, at least they can show a little respect to the flag and country that allow them the opportunity. I would have given my life for this country if needed. What is the NFL willing to give. NOTHING! Not even a little respect which would cost them not a penny.

     
  • Jeanine Rogozinski says:

    A long standing tradition, the National Anthem/fly overs. If the players cannot ALL stand and respect the courage & bravery of the men and women of this great country, then this season, DO NOT perform it! Thereby, eliminating the anger & resentment of at least half your fans seated in the stadium or at the very least, we will start to buy season tickets!

     
  • MP says:

    This is directed at Drew Brees, Roger Goodell and every NFL player with a like mindset and behavior: Stop disrespecting the American Flag, and the shameful pandering to violent leftist radicals who continue to mindlessly expound the lie of institutional racism and wanton police brutality against Black Americans. These false ideas continue to be openly expounded by a small, but loud, increasingly violent, and media- supported fraction of malcontents, and financed by an even smaller group of progressive radical leftists – both political and civilian – who’s ideas have been completely rejected by 99.9% of America. The strategy of demanding social/cultural changes over false claims of social injustices, most notably racial discrimination by society at large and law enforcement entities specifically – is a strategy that comes right from the Marxist/Leninist Manifestos, and socialist handbooks written by people like Saul Alinsky (look them up if you’ve never done so). There is no objective data supporting these claims as well – especially that concerning police-on-black targeting, including murder. (See The Washington Post’s own data). Roger Goodell and players like Drew Brees are either all being duped and used, or are not as ignorant as it appears and are actually part and parcel of the 0.1%. While there is no doubt a small percentage of genuinely peaceful protesters are involved here, they were from the outset completely hijacked by violent elements. Those violent actors (yes, damaging/destroying property is a violent act!) should have been swiftly and surely crushed from the very beginning of the riots. Political entities (Democrats) have shown shockingly little regard for the welfare of their citizens throughout these “peaceful protests”. The wanton destruction of businesses and personal property is appalling. Most sensible, thinking people are fully aware of what these “protests” are really all about – the continued disruption/subversion of the transition of power to a duly elected administration in the 2016 elections. Additional goals, like all communist/terrorist activity, and in concert with the Covid 19 false narrative, include paralyzing the Nation, and striking fear into the hearts of Americans which will somehow change the outcome of the upcoming National election.

    All lives matter. I, and every sensible person I know, acknowledges the criminal behavior of those four officers in Minnesota, and in no way support police brutality (and crime in general) in any form, against any individual wherever it may occur. The overwhelming body of evidence, however, indicates police brutality is certainly not “widespread”, and even less so involves institutional targeting of Black Americans.

    I will no longer be watching, or supporting in any way, shape or form NFL football. If the NCAA takes a similar stance, I will no longer support it as well.

     
  • Scott Smith says:

    Here we go again another chapter of ratings dropping threw the roof. You just do not get it NFL. Colin Kaepernick is a racist. He hates white people. If you do not understand that you are the problem. He wears pig socks. Hates the fourth of July. Supports communism. The list goes on & on. Their is something coming up the pike that is going to spark an all out civil war. You are laying the ground work. So sad.

     
  • brian says:

    does nbc get a tax break for having collingsworth to be part of their broadcast team?

     
  • Gui Mangeno says:

    The only silver lining of the Coronavirus is the possibility of it driving your attendance to record lows… payback for your f–ked up SB halftime family stripper night.

     
  • Mary says:

    The super bowl half time show was horrible to all women. Shakira twerking. Opening her legs to expose all. Jo Lo pole dancing naked butt,what is NFL thinking. Children and decent families were watch this.JZ Roc Nation does not provide wholesome family entertainment. NFL sold its soul to a unwholesome company.

     
  • Ty Doermann says:

    Mr. Goodell,

    I just want to thank you and the NFL officials for making the last game in Oakland and for all of us Oakland fans a joke with the horrible call from the officials with the game on the line in the last 2 minutes. Derek Carr slides in bounds , clock should run but the officials you hire somehow miss the call. I get it another way to stick it Al Davis and the Raiders organization. Makes sense. But the NFL owed the fans a legit call and not allow that to happen. Apologies mean nothing. It’s a win In the last game ever in Oakland that was lost because of that call. But thank you for allowing that to happen to all the best and greatest fans of any sports organization there is.

    A die hard hard Raider fan for life in Iowa

     
  • J. Gilbert says:

    Did you receive the first comment that I sent, which I inadvertantly sent? If not, let me know and I will re-send it.

     
  • J. Gilbert says:

    From J. Gilbert … Part 2

    I INADVERTANTLY HIT THE WRONG KEY BEFORE FINISHING MY COMMENTS.

    I am not really a fan of any one team … just love good football!

    I understand Mr. Garrett has had other incidents of crossing the line with unacceptable behavior. This incident should at least be the equivalent of 16 games … six this season and ten next year.

    The question that most interviewers ask … “WHAT WAS GOING THROUGH YOUR MIND” when this took place?

     
  • Adrianne Fontaina says:

    To Roger Goodell,
    In regards to the Criminal Act on the field during the Cleveland Browns & the Pittsburgh Steelers game Yesterday. It’s time for you to make a stand on Bad behavior, no excuses. That man should be gone. No other corporation/business would stand for this. This is an HR nightmare. As a mother of Boys who love this sport this is a scar on football. On already an anti-football generation.Young players sign a Code of Conduct. The professionals should know how to handle themselves having played the game for years. Football is a collision sport that teaches young players about teamwork, discipline& leadership. A grown man with seconds left in the game while his team was winning should be able to control his emotions. Why would Mothers want their children to play this sport. You have made several mistakes. It’s time to make a decision on what you allow & what you won’t tolerate.
    Adrianne Fontaina
    Millburn,NJ

     
  • Dean Jacobson says:

    Garrett should be suspended rest of this year all next year no place for this

     
  • JAMES GOLDEN says:

    Why cant you keep the games that are supposed to be on, on , I hope the games that you switched are bummers I hope they stink and u lose your audience. you switched the eagles seahawks to packers niners, lol eagles hawks is a good game packers dallas same crap u want the people to watch the hopefuls just like the yankees all the time on prime time, cowboys niners packers git it real u lose the respect of people that are true fans by saying eagles hawks game is not good enough, ty so much for this im sure more people will realize it now they make millions and we pay their salary and you cancel the game to 1 pm , what about my plans everybody elses plans for that day,

     
  • William says:

    During the Bucs – Saints game on Sunday, the officials missed another call. After James Winston was sacked, he grabbed the Saints player by the facemark, pushed his head to the ground and then used his head and helmet to get back on his feet. This action should have been flagged. Since it did not, a fine should be enforced.

     
  • Warrior says:

    When you stop the players from kneeling for the national anthem and stop persecuting people for their faith. Then maybe then you may have more people who will watch. Until you have served for our country. Don’t condemn others. No guts no glory I’m a proud veteran and a woman of God. Fine me you poor excuse of humanity. We are tired of all the BS you determine is correct instead of moral and ethical rules which have been set before use in time

     
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