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If you're a fan of football, you're in for a treat because the two most followed teams, Jacksonville Sharks and New Orleans Voodoo are about to compete at the Smoothie King Center. Both the teams have been associated with arena football for the many years and have experienced many ups and downs in their careers. They have been training hard for their upcoming game, so if you're a supporter, delay no more in getting your hands on the best Jacksonville Sharks Vs New Orleans Voodoo tickets.
After National and Canadian Football League, Arena Football League is the longest-running professional football league in North America. It currently consists of fourteen teams, which are divided into two conferences – the National Conference and the American Conference. Following the year 2010, most of the Arena Football matches have enjoyed an attendance of over 8000 people per game. All these matches have also been broadcasted on both CBN and ESPN sports channel. If you're looking forward to the upcoming game, now is the right time to reserve your tickets.
Jacksonville Sharks have in the past four years, won four Division championships, one Conference championship and one League championship trophy, also making it to four playoffs. They currently play their home games at the newly built Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. A number of players such as, Aaron Garcia, Jeff Hughley, Aaron Robbins and Terrance Smith have been honored with individual awards. Popular for providing the fans with entertaining games, The Sharks are once again in full form and ready to give their opponents, New Orleans Voodoo, a tough time.
New Orleans Voodoo that was formed in 2001, are also among the most talked about arena football teams of the US, playing their home games at the Smoothie King Center. The team's cheerleaders known as the Voodoo Dolls have also been a great source of entertainment for most of the attendees.
As far as the New Orleans Voodoo's accomplishments are concerned, they have won three Division championships and have made it to six playoffs. Many players, including P.J. Berry, Dan Curran and B.J. Cohen have been honored with the All-Ironman titles. Several other players have also won individual awards, such as All-Arena player, All-Rookie player and AFL Ironman of the Year Award.
If you're a football fan and want to watch your favorite sport live in the stadium, now is your chance to secure tickets for the upcoming Indoor American Football game between Jacksonville Sharks and New Orleans Voodoo. Just make sure you get your Jacksonville Sharks Vs New Orleans Voodoo tickets beforehand.