Take our NFL trivia questions & answers quiz to ascertain your knowledge with USA’s most popular sports league, The National Football League is a professional American football league consisting of 32 teams, divided equally between the National Football Conference and the American Football Conference. The NFL is one of the four major professional sports leagues in North America, and the highest professional level of American football in the world. The NFL was formed in 1920 as the American Professional Football Association (APFA) before renaming itself the National Football League for the 1922 season. NFL has the highest average number of spectators with around 67,591 spectators of any professional sports league in the world. The NFL consists of 32 clubs divided into two conferences of 16 teams in each. Each conference is divided into four divisions of four clubs in each. During the regular season, each team is allowed a maximum of 53 players on its roster only 46 of these may be active on game days. Challenge yourself to play the ultimate NFL trivia questions & answers quiz game to excite and amuse you and your friends.
Interesting NFL Trivia Facts
The National Football League ranks first among professional sports leagues in the world by revenue 10,700 € million
Since no one could agree on the realignment of the NFC after the AFL/NFL merger, the five best plans were put into a vase and Pete Rozelle’s secretary selected one at random.
The Baltimore Colts made an 80-cent long-distance call to sign Johnny Unitas as a free agent.
The Arizona Cardinals had the longest postseason victory drought in NFL history (1947 to 1998).
Ed Sabol was the oldest Hall of Fame inductee. At 94 years old, he was 60 years older than the youngest, Gale Sayers.
The Chicago Bears have the most retired numbers of any NFL team with 13.
College juniors weren’t eligible for the NFL draft until 1990.
The defensive player with the highest total is Darrell Green, who played in 295 games.
Jerry Rice and Brett Favre are the only non-kickers to play in more than 300 games.
Before 1975, offensive holding was a 15-yard penalty.