The Chicago Bulls are an American professional basketball team based in Chicago. They compete in the National Basketball Association (NBA) as a member of the Central Division of the Eastern Conference. The team was founded on January 16, 1966, and played its first game during the 1966–67 NBA season. The Bulls play their home games at the United Center, an arena on Chicago's West Side. The Chicago Bulls are known for their community work through their charity department which provides youth and not-for-profit organizations with tickets to games and merchandise. The Bulls have won six NBA championships, with Michael Jordan leading the team to three consecutive titles twice in the 1990s. The 1995–96 Chicago Bulls are widely regarded as one of the greatest teams in the history of basketball. The team has also had other notable players such as Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman, and Derrick Rose.