The start of NFL play is enough to thrill and excite any football fan. Bring together one of the most feared teams in the league and another that is returning to a city for the first time in 22 years, and you have one of the most interesting home openers of the season. The Seattle Seahawks will pay a visit to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, Sept. 18. Use the Seattle Seahawks vs Los Angeles Rams: First Regular Season Game – Tickets and Guide to get a seat to this game. Tickets start at $123 in this game, slated for the Los Angeles Coliseum.
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The NFC South has historically been a competitive division, and this season should be no different. Two teams that could very well be in the thick of things are the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints. As usual, these rivals will meet twice during the regular season. The first matchup will take place in New Orleans, Monday, Sept. 26. If you want to be a part of this exciting Monday Night Football game, use the Atlanta Falcons vs New Orleans Saints: NFC South Rivalry – Tickets and Guide to get your seats. Tickets start at $52.
New Orleans won both games last season. In the first meeting, the Saints prevailed at home, 31-21 despite 291 yards passing by Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan. Prolific Saints quarterback Drew Brees went 30-39 for 312 yards and a touchdown. The Saints jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter and was never seriously threatened. It was the Falcons’ first loss of the year in six games.
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What could be better than playing the home opener of your NFL season than facing a bitter rival? When the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings get together on Sunday, Sept. 18 at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, fans can expect fierce competition and intense play. After all, these foes have squared off 111 times. Use the Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings: First Regular Season Game with Fiercest Rivals – Tickets and Guide to get a seat to this anticipated games. Tickets start at $270.
Green Bay holds a 58-49-4 lead in this long-running series. The NFC North teams are regular playoff contenders, and each qualified for the postseason a year ago. Minnesota won the division with an 11-5 record, while Green Bay was just a game behind at 10-6. The Vikings lost in the Wildcard round of the plays, and the Packers reach the Divisional round but fell to Arizona.
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The momentum is building and excitement is through the roof as the 2016 college football season inches closer. With most games starting the first weekend in September, fans everywhere are gearing up for another thrilling campaign. Opening day often offers less-than-stellar matchups, but there are a few games that will catch the eye of even the most casual fans. One of these games is Notre Dame vs. Texas, and with the Notre Dame vs Texas Longhorns Ticket Guide, you can be on hand to see every snap live. The two traditional powers meet Sunday, Sept. 4 at Darrell K. Royal Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas. Tickets start at $30.
The fighting Irish and Longhorns have combined for 12 national championships, with Notre Dame winning eight, the last coming in 1988. Texas’ last title came in 2005 under the direction of quarterback Colt McCoy and his prolific offense. Still, the two renowned programs have met just 11 times, though the previous meeting came in last year’s season opener in which the 11th ranked Fighting Irish crushed the Longhorns 38-3. Prior to that, the teams hadn’t met since 1996. Texas last defeated Notre Dame in 1970.
Coached by Brian Kelly, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football team was 10-3 last year, falling in the Fiesta Bowl 44-28 at the hands of Ohio State. The Irish have three top-25 finishes in Kelly’s six years at the school. His best season as Notre Dame’s coach was in 2010 when his squad went 12-1 before losing in the BCS title game to Alabama.
After having great success in the early 2000s, the Texas Longhorns Football team has struggled the past few years. Under head coach Charlie Strong, Texas has endured two straight losing seasons, including last year’s 5-7 mark.
Don’t wait to get your hands on tickets to this clash between these two nationally recognized teams. There aren’t many better ways to get the season started.
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The International Champions Cup is an excellent opportunity for fans of the ‘beautiful game’ to witness the top tier European Clubs play on U.S. soil. The tournament acts as a tune up for a lot of Europe’s biggest clubs and has grown in popularity since its implementation in 2013. This year’s rendition includes some of the biggest clubs in the world including Real Madrid (Spain), Chelsea (England), Bayern Munich (Germany), and Paris St. Germaine (France).
The tournament started in 2013 with eight clubs playing across six U.S. cities. The intriguing part of that tournament was the inclusion of the Los Angeles Galaxy, which gave fans the chance to see one of our own play against the big clubs of Europe. In 2014, the ICC doubled the total number of cities to 13 through the United States and Canada. Manchester United played Real Madrid at the ‘Big House’ in Michigan, which drew over 109,000 people! Finally 2015 and 2016, have been expanded to the global market with a lot of the world’s biggest clubs playing across the globe.
The format of the tournament is simple with the clubs facing off in friendlies across the United States (other teams in the tournament are playing internationally, not on U.S. soil). The team with the highest amount of points after all friendlies are played is crowned the champion. Unfortunately, not all of the world’s biggest stars will be appearing in this tournament, but that doesn’t mean there is a shortage of world class players on the pitch this summer. The International Champions Cup gives Europe’s biggest clubs to not only showcase most of their regular players, but also mix in their budding young stars.
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