Want to celebrate Cincinnati Bengals history?
The Bengals will honor the 1988 Super Bowl team’s 30th anniversary with a special celebration at the home opener against the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday, September 13. The Bengals opened the 2018 season with a win against the Colts and will now be looking to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their AFC Championship team by going 2-0.
More than 45 members of the 1988 Super Bowl team are expected to attend Thursday’s game, including head coach Sam Wyche, Hall of Fame offensive tackle Anthony Munoz and nose tackle Tim Krumrie.
The game-long celebration will include highlights from the 1988 season, video messages and a halftime ceremony featuring the team.
A special event will be held the night before the game where 500 randomly selected season ticket members and their guests will hear from members of the team as they reminisce about that season. All fans will have the opportunity to meet members of the team and get autographs in the Jungle Zone from 6:00-7:00 p.m. on game day.
The Thursday Night Football game kicks off at 8:20 p.m. ET and will be nationally televised on NFL Network.
Here’s the full list of people from the 1988 team expected to attend:
Bengals 1988 Super Bowl Team Celebration
|Sam Wyche||Head Coach|
|Jim Anderson||Running Backs Coach|
|Jim McNally||Offensive Line Coach|
|Dick Selcer||Linebackers Coach|
|Mike Stock||Special Teams Coach|
|Bill Urbanik||Defensive Line Coach|
|Kim Wood||Strength Coach|