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Arena football is getting immensely popular in the country. The fan base of this relatively new style of the game has been increasing day by day. New Orleans Voodoo team is all set to take on San Antonio Talons and this game shouldn't be missed. Both teams have an impressive game record, with the Talons having won ten Division Championships and the Voodoo three. Both have promising players on their respective rosters. They are in good form and all set to give a spectacular performance. So you should book the deals in advance to avoid any hassle. So quickly get your New Orleans Voodoo VS San Antonio Talons tickets.
New Orleans Voodoo is an indoor football team, headquartered in New Orleans, Louisiana. It was formed in 2001. The Voodoo is a part of the Arena Football League since 2010 and play in the South Division. Dan Newman is the president of the side while Pat O' Hara the head coach. The team colors are black, white, tan, red, purple and white. The official team mascot is Bones & Mojo. The lively cheerleaders of the team are known as Voodoo Dolls. New Orleans Voodoo plays its home games at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans. The current roster includes Kurt Rocco, Larry Beavers, Mike Alston, Xavier Brown, Marlon Favorite and Eddie Moten. P.J Berry is one player of New Orleans Voodoo who was nominated AFL Ironman of the Year. The best season of the Voodoo was in 2004 as it stood first in the division and went on to play the quarterfinals against Colorado Crush.
San Antonio Talons is one of the best teams in arena football. It was formed in 1999 as Tulsa Talons but in 2012 the name was changed to San Antonio Talons. The Talons play in the Arena Football League's National Conference and their Division is West. Swoop is the official mascot whereas the team colors are white, black and blue. The head coach of the side is Lee Johnson. Talons have won ten Divisional titles, two Conference Championships and two League titles. Till date they have made twelve playoff appearances. Alamodome is the official home venue of the Talons. Some key players on the roster are Marcus Jackson, Shane Boyd, P.J Berry, Paul Griffin, Micah King and Jeramie Richardson. The side shares fierce rivalry with teams such as San Jose Sabercats, Utah Blaze and Arizona Rattlers.
New Orleans Voodoo VS San Antonio Talons game is what fans are eagerly looking forward to watch. If you haven't had a chance to watch arena football live then do not miss the chance. You must catch the action live at the Alamodome, the home venue of San Antonio Talons. No matter which team you support, this game will be worth watching. Get New Orleans Voodoo VS San Antonio Talons tickets now.