New York Giants Logo – The New York Giants are a team of football professional metropolitan area of New York. The central team, their training, and the games are played by this team in the MetLife Stadium, their new stadium opened in 2010 (until then played at the legendary Giants Stadium), both at the sports complex Meadowlands in suburban East Rutherford, New Jersey. They are currently members of the Eastern Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL). The Giants were one of five teams that joined the NFL in 1925, but the only one admitted that year which continue into the league.
The Giants have won a total of eight titles in the NFL, four in the pre-Super Bowl (1927, 1934, 1938, 1956), and four since the arrival of the Super Bowl (XXII in 1986, XXV in 1990, XLII in 2007 and XLVI in 2011). In their history the Giants have had 15 players in the Hall of Fame, including the most valuable players in the NFL (MVP) Mel Hein, Frank Gifford, Charlie Conerly, YA Tittle, and Lawrence Taylor.
To distinguish the professional baseball team of the same name, refers to the computer name as the New York football Giants. Even after moving the baseball team to San Francisco in 1957, the team continued to use the name “New York Football Giants” as its corporate name. Among the Giants’ nicknames include “Big Blue” (large blue), the “G-men” (giant man), the “Big Blue Wrecking Crew” (blue mass), the “Jersey Giants” (giant T-shirts), and “jints”, a name often seen in the daily New York Post, originating from the times when the baseball team was in New York.