The Las Vegas Raiders were created in 1960 in Oakland, CA. After a court battle the Raiders moved from Oakland to Los Angeles in 1982 until 1994. At that point they moved back to Oakland. The Raiders became the Las Vegas Raiders in 2020.
Iconic owner Al Davis took over in 1963 and made the organization top notch immediately. 4 years later they won their first AFL championship. Al Davis was the first pro sports owner to understand the importance of branding and build his team into a legit brand. “Just Win Baby” and “A Commitment to Excellence” were two of his famed taglines.
Since 1963, the team has won 15 division titles (3 AFL and 12 NFL), 4 AFC Championships (1976, 1980, 1983, and 2002), one AFL Championship (1967), and three Super Bowl Championships.
The Raiders fan base, known as Raider Nation is insane and loyal. Darth Raider, the Forilla Gorilla, and others comprise the Black Hole fan section for home games.
Las Vegas Raiders Stadium: Allegiant Stadium.
Las Vegas Raiders Logo: A pirate wearing a football helmet with an eye patch on a gold football background with two white swords in black trim with gold handles crossed behind the football.
Las Vegas Raiders Colors: Silver and Black.
Las Vegas Raiders Mascot: Raider Rusher.
How Many Super Bowls Have the Las Vegas Raiders Won?
3 – XI (1976), XV (1980), and XVIII (1983).