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Found in the famed metropolis of New Orleans and the capital city of Baton Rouge, teams regin supreme thanks to loyal fans and impressive home fields.
The NBA’s New Orleans Pelicans treat their fans to thrilling games at the Smoothie King Arena, while football fans get their fill at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome with the NFL’s New Orleans Saints.
Need an excuse to catch all your favorite games in one go? Head to Louisiana State University and join the Fightin' Tigers.
Whether sitting – or in many cases standing and jumping – in Tiger Stadium, Pete Maravich Assembly Center, or the Alex Box Stadium, you can’t go wrong with LSU.
Got an empty day on your itinerary? Visit the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in Natchitoches, yet another way sports fans can get their kicks in the Bayou State.
Basketball in the Big Easy
Head to the "Nest" this basketball season. The New Orleans Pelicans – members of the Southwest Division of the Western Conference – are a pride of National Basketball Association and NOLA.
Got a Pelicans game on your schedule? Make your way to the Smoothie King Center in the Central Business District of downtown Crescent City.
This indoor stadium holds nearly 19,000 fans during games, and offers premium seating, concessions, and a great view of your favorite players in navy blue.
Visitor travel from all over the New Orleans metropolitan area – including towns like Harvey, Westwego, and Matairie – for a glimpse of these NBA stars in action.
When the Saints Go Marching In
NFL Superbowl Champions and members of the NFC South division, the New Orleans Saints are also known as the "Bless You Boys," or simply the Black and Gold.
Adorned in the iconic fleur-de-lis – the symbol of the Big Easy – the Saints are the pride of the state.
The Mercedes-Benz Superdome has been home to the Saints since 1975. Set in the Central Business District neighboring the Smoothie King Center, the Superdown is a famed landmark of NOLA.
Seating more than 70,000 visitors on 13 acres, this big button in the middle of the city is also home to Champions Square – an outdoor space encompassing Club XLIV and an outdoor stage.
Visitors of surrounding suburbs – like Harvey, Slidell, and Covington – are invited to be a part of the action this fall, as the Saints will look to defend home field against the NFC South rivals like the Atlanta Falcons and the Carolina Pathers.
Cats Have Claws in Baton Rogue
Join Mike the Tiger and the rest of your new friends at Louisiana State University.
Set in the capital city of Baton Rouge in the middle of Plantation Country, LSU presents the Fightin’ Tigers – a collection of 14 varsity teams.
Make your way to Tiger Stadium – otherwise known as Death Valley – for intense college football enclosed by a sea of purple and gold.
Basketball fan? Find your seat at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center – nicknamed “The House that Pete Built,” the Deaf Dome, or simply PMAC – for some round-ball with the Tigers and Lady Tigers.
College baseball the name of your game? Get comfortable at the Alex Box Stadium and remember, Geaux Tigers.
No matter your sport, the LSU Tigers have you covered – competing in the NCAA Division I Southern Eastern Conference – any time of the year.