The National Football League’s Buffalo Bills compete in the American Football Conference, East Division. The franchise was founded in 1960 by Pro Football Hall of Famer Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. as one of the original eight teams that founded the American Football League (AFL). The Bills are one of three teams to retain its original team name in the NFL today. The Bills have won two AFL titles (1964, 1965), seven AFC East Division championships (1980, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1995), and appeared in Super Bowl XXV (1991), Super Bowl XXVI (1992), Super Bowl XXVII (1993) and Super Bowl XXVIII (1994). Buffalo’s War Memorial Stadium served as the Bills home stadium from 1960-1973, before the building of New Era Field in Orchard Park, which opened in 1973 as Rich Stadium and also operated under the name Ralph Wilson Stadium. Terry and Kim Pegula purchased the team on October 8, 2014, becoming the second owners in franchise history.