The Cleveland Browns are a professional American football team based in Cleveland, Ohio. They were founded in 1944 when taxi-cab magnate Arthur B. "Mickey" McBride secured a Cleveland franchise in the newly formed All-America Football Conference (AAFC) . The team is named after original coach and co-founder Paul Brown. The Browns have won four NFL championships (1950, 1954–55, 1964) and four All-America Football Conference (AAFC) championships (1946–49). They play their home games at Cleveland Browns Stadium, which opened in 1999, with administrative offices and training facilities in Berea, Ohio. The Browns' official club colors are brown, orange, and white. The team has had some of the most successful players in professional football history, including quarterback Otto Graham, fullback Marion Motley, and tackle-kicker Lou Groza.