Iowa Vs New Orleans Voodoo Tickets
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Two amazing Arena Football League franchises will be going head to head in the upcoming Iowa vs. New Orleans Voodoo game. The Iowa Barnstormers hail from Des Moines, Iowa, whereas New Orleans Voodoo hail from New Orleans, Louisiana. Each team features some of the finest award–winning arena footballers. Hence, the upcoming game is expected to be a thrilling one. You can attend it with your Iowa vs New Orleans Voodoo tickets.
The Iowa Barnstormers were formed in 1994, and play their home games at Des Moines' Wells Fargo Arena. They have been members of the Arena Football League on and off. From 1995 to 2000, they were part of the AFL's Central Division of American Conference. They then joined the AF2 League for a year, disbanded, and was recreated. This new team joined the league many years later, in 2008. In 2010, this team left AF2 and joined the Arena Football League. For first three years, they were members of the National Conference's Central Division. Since 2014, however, they have switched conferences and are now part of the East Division of the American Conference. The Barnstormers club is owned by Matt Strawn and Jeff Lamberti.
John Petit is The Barnstormers general manager, with Mike Hohensee as its head coach. The franchise has won five Division championships and has made it to the playoffs six times. Several players and members of the franchise have been inducted into the Arena Football League Hall of Fame; owner Jim Foster, head coach Mike Hohensee and players Jon Roehik and Kurt Warner. The latter has also been an All–Arena player twice. Facing them at the upcoming game is a franchise founded in 2001, and that plays today at the Smoothie King Center, New Orleans.
The Voodoo was first part of the AF2 league from 2001 to 2009. In 2010, the Voodoo joined the Arena Football League's American Conference. The team's mascot is Bones & Mojo, with Dan Newman as its president. Pat O'Hara is the team's head coach. The Voodoo have won three Division championships and have also appeared at the playoffs six times. They formerly played their home games at the CenturyTel Center. Their current home arena is Smoothie King Center. Voodoo players have won the AFL Ironman of the Year Award, with seven appearances in the All–Arena Teams and three in the All–Ironman Teams. If you wish to attend the upcoming game between these two teams, purchase Iowa vs New Orleans Voodoo tickets today.