Yes! Yes! Yes! Start practicing now if you are planning to attend a Cleveland Gladiators game in the near future. This crowd chant, along with the super fun “dance” whenever the team scores a touchdown are my favorites parts of watching this arena football team play. Here’s a video in case you want to see exactly what I’m talking about!
Oh and the fan spirit, which can’t be beat. When it’s hot out in July and August, there is not better place to enjoy some weekend fun than at a low-cost and family-friendly Cleveland Gladiators indoor football game.
I recently attended the match up between the Gladiators and the Orlando Predators. Unfortunately we did not win this game but the experience was fun none-the-less and we got to enjoy a post-game concert feature .38-special! Tickets for Cleveland Gladiators games start as low as $7 each but if you really want to have some fun, spend a little more to get closer to the action. Here fans may find themselves participants in the actual game when players run into the barriers along the sidelines.
Our view at the game against the Predators was from up top. We were able to see all the action on the entire field, no problem and if you miss a play it’s always on the“Humongotron,” the largest high-definition scoreboard in the country. Games are on Fridays and Saturdays and often include specials and perks.
When we went it was dollar beer and hotdog night as well! Team colors are red, white and red – wear them with pride. You can easily park on the street or in a lot downtown for most games. We parked in the East Garage attached to Quicken Loans Arena. This garage accepts Flash Seats parking. You simply download the Flash Seats app on your phone, log in and pull up your pre-paid parking pass. It will be scanned at the entryway to the garage. Super simple!
Disclosure: I was provided two game tickets to the Cleveland Indians Social Suite in exchange for writing a blog post about my experience. All opinions and thoughts here are my own.