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While being the member of Arena Football League, the New Orleans Voodoo plays their games for the Southern Division of National Conference.
The team is owned by Tom Benson, by whom the team of New Orleans Saints is also owned, which plays in the National Football League. The New Orleans Voodoo plays their home games at New Orleans Arena, which is also home to a NBA team New Orleans Hornets.
Voodoo joined Arena Football League (AFL) as an expansion and debuted against Philadelphia Soul on Soul's home ground on February 8, 2004.
In the inaugural season, Voodoo was able to become the second team ever to be able to win AFL's Southern Division, which is why the team started attracting sound number of fans to its home games. Back then team had an average attendance of 15,240.
In the following season, initially the team kicked the season off strong however later this was changed. The Voodoo found them selves battling for the playoffs against Orlando who also had the same goal in mind.
Voodoo seemed to make their way back into the game as Voodoo's Thabiti Davis scored a touchdown in the second half. However their come back wasn't long lasted as Jay Taylor's kick off was later recovered by Predators, which ultimately resulted in another touchdown and finally giving them the lead up to 15, enabling New Orleans Voodoo to watch playoffs at the comfort of their home.
Voodoo ended that season with a record of 9-7 that, of course, was a disappointing result on the part of the team, as team was expected to compete in ArenaBowl Championship.
Even though the 2005 season for the team didn't out to be a successful for the team, but still in their following season they were once again able to attract a big number of fans as their average attendance rose once again up to 15,338. The team's immense popularity and high ratings AFL is considering of moving ArenaBowl Championship to New Orleans.
AFL, though, has signed deal with Las Vegas to remain the ArenaBowl Championship, however while looking upon the New Orleans market; they are thinking of terminating that deal with Las Vegas.
In 2005, due to immense damage caused to the New Orleans Arena by the Hurricane Katrina, it was announced that team will not be participating in 2006 season, which is why fifteen players from the Voodoo roster moved to Kansas City Brigade for 2006 season.
The team made its come back in 2007 along with a new coach, Neu. The first ArenaBowl was hosted at New Orleans Arena in 2007. New Orleans Arena is also scheduled to host the ArenaBowl in the following year.
Voodoo made their 2007 with record ticket sales of 13,000 tickets. Last year, the count of the fans the team attracted rose to 16,645 as well. New Orleans Voodoo took a start with 4-3, but later the team lost 7 consecutive games, and later the team was unsuccessful from making it into the playoffs yet again.
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