Buffalo Bills is a United States National Football League in New York Buffalo - Niagara Falls metropolitan area the team. The Bills participate in the National American Football League (NFL), a member club of the Eastern District of the American Football League (AFC). The team’s home stadium is New Times Stadium in Orchard Park, New York State. The Bills are the only team in the NFL where their home games are played in New York State (the New York Giants and the New York Jets are home to the MetLife Arena, located in East Rutherford, New Jersey) Bills’ summer training camp It took place at St. John Fisher's College in Pittsford, New York, in the eastern suburbs of Rochester, New York. The Bills were one of the start-up teams of the American Football League (AFL) in 1960. The team joined the National Football League (NFL) because of the AFL-NFL merger. In the 1964 and 1965 seasons, the Bills were the only one representing Buffalo to win major professional sports league championships ("back-to-back" American Football League championships). The team was owned by Ralph Wilson since its inception in 1960 until his death at the age of 95 in 2014. After his death, Wilson's property reached an agreement to sell the team to Terry and Gimpigula. This decision was approved by the NFL team owners meeting on October 8, 2014. NFL DESIGN FACE MASKS SHOP have the Buffalo Bills sports face coverings you need.