New Orleans Saints Tickets
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New Orleans Saints Ticket Information
In New Orleans, football means the SAINTS. Fans are passionate about football in Southeast Louisiana and the surrounding area and love for the Black and Gold is evident nearly everywhere. Beginning with the 1975 NFL season, the Saints have called the Louisiana (now Mercedes Benz) Superdome their home, allowing fans to experience the excitement of NFL action in comfort, away from the threat of rain and ever present high humidity of the city of New Orleans. While the first two decades of Saints play was woefully unsuccessful on the field, fortunes have changed under head coach Sean Peyton and quarterback Drew Brees. Even the Saints defense, which gave up more yards in 2012 than any other team in NFL history, came to life during the 2013 season and excelled under the colorful new defensive coordinator Rob Ryan. With the defense on the prowl and Drew scanning the field for open receivers, 2014 will be non-stop action and you need to be close to the field on game day with great tickets from SecSeats.com.
Saints 2014 Football Preview
Finishing 2nd in the NFC South in 2013 with an 11-5 record sent the Saints on the road for the playoffs. While securing their first franchise road playoff win with a victory over the Eagles 26-24 in week 1 of the postseason, the following weekend ended the Saints run. The number 1 seed Seattle Seahawks proved too much for the Saints who fell 23-15 to the home team in poor weather conditions. One of the 2014 goals for the Saints will be to secure home field advantage in the playoffs. Toward that end, the Saints have addressed some of their needs in free agency, signing veteran cornerback “Champ” Bailey to a two year deal and safety Jarius Byrd to a six year contract while retaining key players such as RB Pierre Thomas, OT Zach Strief, WR’s Robert Meachem and Joe Morgan as well as safety Rafael Bush. In addition to the South Division opponent Falcons, Panthers and Buccaneers, you can witness the Saints matching up with the Minnesota Vikings, Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers, Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals with great seats from SecSeats.com.
New Orleans Saints Football: Mercedes Benz Superdome
Address: 1500 Sugar Bowl Drive New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
Field: Speed S5-M synthetic turf (2010)
The Mercedes Benz Superdome originally opened in 1975 as the Louisiana Superdome, allowing the Saints to transition from the old Tulane Stadium to the new domed facility. Originally costing $165M, the stadium is located adjacent to downtown New Orleans, covering a 13-acre expanse. Its dome is made of a lamellar multi-ringed frame and has a diameter of 680 feet and seats in excess of 76,400 in the expanded football arrangement. Beginning in 2011, several remodeling projects began to enhance the fan experience, including the widening of concourses and adding new restrooms and concession areas. Fans are encouraged to arrive early and enjoy the entertainment in Champion’s Square adjacent to the dome. Great music, food and drink and the ever present “Who Dat” chant greet visitors prior to kickoff in Champion’s Square prior to kickoff. Don’t miss all the excitement – be in that number when the Saints “go marching in” with great seats from SecSeats.com.
Saints Top Rival
New Orleans Saints vs Atlanta Falcons
One of the more intense rivalries in the NFL, these two teams initially faced off in November of 1967 with a New Orleans win, but Atlanta holds the regular season advantage, edging the Saints in 46 outings vs the Saints 43 victories. With the initial regular 2014 season game for the Saints at Atlanta on September 7th, the excitement will build early and Saints’ fans will be screaming for their team to shoot down those “dirty birds” and secure a victory out of the gate. With New Orleans having won both regular season contests in 2013, the Falcons have something to prove in week one if they are to be taken seriously as a contender in 2014. Be a part of history and get your tickets for the season opener in Atlanta or for the rematch in the Superdome on December 21st from SecSeats.com