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Charter Bus Rental to Miami Dolphins Games

We offer the best Hard Rock Stadium bus charters to Miami Dolphins games, concerts, and more.

Why deal with the hassles of parking, We specialize in arranging easy, affordable Hard Rock Stadium bus charter. We offer a wide range of charter bus rental to Miami Dolphins game options and the right vehicle fit no matter how small or large your group turns out to be. We will transport you to the event in style and comfort, with plenty of storage space for your tailgating gear. 

Hard Rock Stadium

Originally called Joe Robbie Stadium after American lawyer, politician, and the primary founder of the Miami Dolphins, Joseph Robbie. Pro Player Park, Pro Player Stadium, Dolphins Stadium, Dolphin Stadium, Land Shark Stadium, and Sun Life Stadium are other names before Hard Rock Stadium. 

It is home to the Miami Dolphins, the only NFL club with an undefeated season, the University of Miami Hurricanes, as well as major concerts and other sporting events, and has a capacity of over 64,000 spectators.

The majority of the seating is situated along the sidelines for unobstructed views of all the action. Individual seating, opulent suites, and group packages are all offered, however due to the event's popularity among fans, it is recommended that you make your reservations for tickets and transportation as early as you can. 

Single-game hospitality packages include food and beverages, and event suite rentals provide VIP benefits and access in addition to catering packages, in-suite hostesses, and other services.

The Miami Dolphins football season causes a lot of transportation issues. It occurs as a result of the large number of spectators who fill the stadium. The traffic on the highways is heavy, making parking a challenge. Furthermore, using Uber, taxis, or public transportation to get to the stadium either results in expensive costs or requires a lot of walking through crowded areas.

When this happens, East Coast Limousine can be your knight in shining armor. The moment you need us the most, we will find a solution to your transportation issues. We offer services that are specifically designed for you to remove any barriers keeping you from following the game. 

There are several intriguing matches and storylines to follow in the Miami Dolphins 2023 regular season calendar, which is already shaping up to be entertaining. With our charter bus rentals to the Dolphins games we’ll make sure you arrive safely and in plenty of time to enjoy the game to the utmost.

Hard Rock Stadium, home to numerous Super Bowls, The Orange Bowl Classic, International Soccer Matches, Stadium Rock, the Miami Formula Grand Prix, and the Miami Open Championships, is a wonderful venue for football and soccer in particular, with the majority of the seating located along the sidelines for expansive views of all the action. 

Individual seating, luxury suites, and group packages are all available, but because of the popularity among fans, it's best to reserve tickets and transportation as far in advance as possible. Hospitality packages for single games include food and drinks, and event suite rentals offer VIP amenities and access, as well as catering packages, in-suite hostesses, and more. 

Charter Bus to the Dolphins Game

The Miami Dolphins

In the Beginning…

It all started in 1966 when the Miami Dolphins became an official part of the American Football League (AFL). The team was founded by actor/comedian Danny Thomas, a TV star of the ’50s and ’60s but now known as the founder of the St Jude Children's Research Hospital, and Joe Robbie, whose name might sound familiar if you remember the stadium was named after him for a time. Joe Robbie Stadium (which has endured many name changes, is now known as Hard Rock Stadium) replaced the old Orange Bowl. 

The Orange Bowl was where it all began. Back in 1973, the support from fans was of die-hard proportions. In that year, the fans themselves set a record with season ticket sales of 74,961. But Robbie wanted a better stadium, which is when Joe Robbie Stadium was built. It was opened in 1987 and served as the place for Super Bowl XXIII in 1989. This stadium also hosted Super Bowl games in 1995, 1999, 2007, 2010, and 2020. 

George Wilson was the first coach, but the failures of those early years before the AFL merging with the NFL were not in vain. Wilson’s four-year record of 15–39--2 was replaced with Don Shula, formerly of the 1969 Super Bowl runner-up, Baltimore Colts, and the most successful head coach in professional football history in 1970. Shula was the breath of fresh air the team needed, turning them from the 1969 season under Wilson into a playoff team. It wasn’t hard, for, in the years before Shula took over, the Dolphins were gaining some steady talent. There was Bob Griese, the quarterback in 1967; Larry Csonka, the running back in 1968; and Larry Little as a guard in 1969.

This combination of a new coach and finely-tuned players set into motion the future success of the Miami Dolphins. In fact, this team has one of the most distinguished honors of any football team in the NFL. In 1972, it was the only team ever, still to this date, that had a completely undefeated season.

The Miami Dolphins Over Time

Shula got the team to the playoffs in all of his first 5 seasons, which included their first Super Bowl appearance, Super Bowl VI in 1972. While they lost to the Dallas Cowboys 24 - 3, it was still an impressive accomplishment for the team. 

The following year, the Dolphins completed the NFL's only perfect 17 - 0 season, winning all 14 of their regular-season games, and all three of their playoff games, including Super Bowl VII.

The following season, they returned again to the Super Bowl, making them the first NFL franchise to attend 3 consecutive Super Bowls. The Dolphins wound up beating the Minnesota Vikings at 24-7.

The Dolphins often fielded competitive teams throughout the remainder of the 1970s, but they did not appear in another Super Bowl during the decade.

The 1980s weren’t a bleak time for the Dolphins, either. In 1983, they drafted quarterback Dan Marino. Marino set major passing records and was inducted into the Hall of Fame. In 1984, Marino threw 48 touchdown passes, which at the time, was a record. Along with receivers Mark Clayton and Mark Duper, who were affectionately dubbed the “Marks Brothers,” the team was well-poised. During the regular season, they were a huge success. However, when they made it to the Super Bowl in 1985, it was a 38-16 loss to the Joe Montana-led San Francisco 49ers. 

Modern-Day Miami Dolphins

Most Dolphins fans love to talk about the good old days, when Shula was coach when their star players ran the field, and when they had a solid track record. Still, they have a solid following that continues, despite the sense of flailing the team has had in more recent years.

In the 2000s, the Dolphins had a 1-15 season, the absolute worst in franchise history to date. They almost became the first 0-16 team in NFL history. Focusing on the negatives wouldn’t be entirely fair to this team, though, that still holds the only record for a completely undefeated year from the 1970s. 

They managed to make the playoffs 3 times in the 2000s, though it was challenging because there was no consistent quarterback that could replace Marino. The team went through 13 quarterbacks and a total of 5 head coaches. Despite this upheaval, they had some notable wins in 2004, 2008, 2014, 2018, and 2019. 

Hope is not lost for die-hard Dol-fans though. With the new decade and quaterback Tua Tagovailoa, there are possibilities that the Dolphins could go on to do great things. After all, they’re due for it. Coming off a respectable season in 2022, Tagovailoa had the fourth-highest passing grade in the league last season, trailing only Joe Burrow, Patrick Mahomes, and Josh Allen.

Out of 29 quarterbacks with more than 300 attempts, Tagovailoa threw 64% of his passes five yards or further downfield, which was the highest rate in the NFL. This figure dwarfs the rest of the NFL when compared to his EPA/attempt (expected points added per attempt), placing him above quarterbacks like Patrick Mahomes, Joe Burrow, and Josh Allen.

When he passed more than five yards downfield in 2022, Tagovailoa had the best EPA/attempt, success rate, first-down percentage, YPA (yards per attempt), and passer rating. With a 0.59 EPA/attempt, Tagovailoa had the best NFL quarterback efficiency rate since Drew Brees in 2019. He also had the third-highest YPA of any quarterback since 2000 when he threw at least 5 yards downfield, averaging 11.7 YPA. Who are the only two quarterbacks with a better season? Drew Brees (11.9 YPA) in 2006, who finished second in MVP voting that year, and Aaron Rodgers (11.8 YPA) in 2011, when he was MVP.

There’s a reason that even people who move away from Florida still have loyalty to the Dolphins. Maybe it’s Shula. Perhaps it’s Robbie. Possibly it’s Marino and the countless other stellar players that have risen to the limelight in the sport from this team. Or maybe it’s a love for Miami the city and that they’re gluttons for punishment, something that brings everyone locally together. 

Courteous and knowledgeable chauffeurs, combined with the best Hard Rock Stadium bus charter to Miami Dolphins games in the business, all align to bring you an experience to remember. This is the very reason our loyal clientele return to us time and time again.

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