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Football Season in New Orleans

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It’s football season and time to cheer on your favorite team. Whether it’s being played at the Mercedes Benz Superdome, Tiger Stadium at LSU or Yulman Stadium at Tulane University, football weekends are busy in New Orleans so make your hotel reservation at the Royal St. Charles quickly before rooms run out. For those days when the game sells out, just hop on a barstool and join the cheering crowd at one of our numerous sports bars throughout town. See the 2018 Football Season schedules below.

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Bayou Classic – Saturday, November 24, 2018 (Grambling vs. Southern)
New Orleans Bowl  (C-USA vs. Sun Belt Champions) – Saturday, December 15, 2018
85th Annual Allstate Sugar Bowl Championship – January 1, 2019


Who Dat say dey gonna beat dem Saints?  While our blood may run Black and Gold, you’ll find the rivalry to be friendly, the beer cold and fans from people across the nation descend on Bourbon Street with their team colors.  There’s no bettah place to see your favorite NFL Football Team in action than at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans.  

Address:  1500 Sugar Bowl Drive, New Orleans, LA
Parking:  7 public parking garages, but no tailgating allowed on Superdome property  

Visit the Mercedes Benz Superdome website for more information about prohibited items and what's allowed inside.

Friday 8/17: 7 pm Arizona Cardinals
Thursday 8/30: 7 pm Los Angeles Rams

Sunday 9/9: Noon Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sunday 9/16: Noon Cleveland Browns
Monday 10/8: 7:15 pm Washington Redskins
Sunday 11/4: 3:25 pm Los Angeles Rams
Sunday 11/18: Noon Philadelphia Eagles
Thursday 11/22: 7:20 pm Atlanta Falcons
Sunday 12/23: 3:25 pm Pittsburgh Steelers
Sunday 12/30: Noon Carolina Panthers

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Ranked #1 in the American West, join the Green Wave of Tulane University which celebrates 125 years of football.  A special celebration will occur on November 18 in honor of that first game played in 1893 against the Southern Athletic Club.  

Thursday 8/30: Wake Forest
Saturday 9/8: Nicholls State
Friday 9/28: Memphis
Saturday 10/20: SMU (Hall of Fame Weekend)
Saturday 11/10: East Carolina (Homecoming)
Friday 11/24: Navy


Ranked #1 in the SEC – West, the Fighting Tigers of the Louisiana State University represents the pride of the state of Louisiana. It’s located in Baton Rouge, only an hour away from New Orleans so many fans will choose to stay in the city for the entire weekend.  

Saturday 9/8: SE Louisiana
Saturday 9/22: LA Tech
Saturday 9/29: Ole Miss
Saturday 10/13: Georgia
Saturday 10/20: Miss St
Saturday 11/3: Alabama
Saturday 11/17: Rice

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  • Ernst Café – Built in 1851, the building’s exterior has preserved its pre-civil war architecture and was established as a saloon since 1902.  You’ll find modern bar food, NOLA favorites and a full service bar.
  • Manning’s – It’s Archie Manning’s place, the famed New Orleans Saints quarterback and father of Peyton and Eli. With 30 flat screens, two mega screens and unique family mementos, you’ll want to upgrade to the VIP leather recliners to chomp on specialties like fried pickles, catfish fingers and blue crab deviled eggs to go with your favorite beers and wine.
  • Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar – 2 college athletes meet as walk-ons with the LSU basketball team. After graduating, they took the concept of work hard, play hard and opened a sports bar in the shadow of their alma mater. A made-in-Louisiana success story which serves stuff like Cajundillas, VooDoo Shrimp and Bayou Pasta with Bloody Mary’s and Moonshine cocktails.
  • Dave & Buster’s – Yeah, it’s the national chain, but you can watch the game while you play games! Or at least the kids play games while you watch the game?  Burgers, wings, salads, full meals and a selection of 2 dozen beers.
  • Small Neighborhood Bars just around the corner from our hotel – wxyz lounge, Cajun Mike’s Pub n’ Grub, Tacklebox, Hobknobbers
  • Bourbon Street Bars – Especially if you’re visiting, you’ll likely find your team’s tribe hanging at one of the Bourbon Street bars.  Stroll on down, peek inside and pick your favorite perch from mellow old-timer bars like Johnny Whites or the lively Beach on Bourbon with its bar within a bar. It’s all about the beer, daiquiris, to-go souvenir cups and cheering – lots of cheering on Bourbon Street
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