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Have you ever attended an NFL football game?

Live sports games, no matter the sport, are a lot of fun. Oh, the excitement! Football games are no different. Plus, even if you don’t like football, there’s always the food and the drinks, right?

Have you ever attended an NFL football game? If so, have you been to just one or more than one game? Tell us about it!

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EddIe D.
1 month ago

One game at RCA Dome (Indy) two games at Lucas Oil Field( 1 was pre-season.

Tom
1 month ago

Attended 3 games in my 72 years. The 1st I was working for a concession stand in Allentown PA and meet Jack Palance. The 2nd in 1968 while in Navy going to school at Naval A school in Great Lakes, my roommate was from Green Bay and we took the train to Green Bay to watch the game in the frozen tundra. The last my son took me to see Steelers and KC play at Heinz field in 2018.

Roy Davis
1 month ago

Never have and never will. The NFL is a big supporter of China and refuses to speak out against the horrific violation of basic human right there, yet they don’t hesitate to speak about the alleged accusations here. Don’t even get me started about China’s Environmental practices.

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Wayne Caldwell
1 month ago

Once. In Chicago. In December. One of the most miserable days of my life.

Lindalee
1 month ago

Had to say NO but I sure would love to see an NFL game in person – although my recliner is probably a much better seat in oh so many ways LOL!!

Peter
1 month ago

Two games, the very first Patriots game in BU Field,1960 and the very last San Diego Chargers game in San Diego 2019.

B N S
1 month ago

Censoring/DeletingComments Is Not Proper…

Steven N
1 month ago

I have a defective sports gene so have absolutely no desire to watch sports.

Don
1 month ago

I have but never again. I will support the NFL and their “wokeness”

B N S
1 month ago
Reply to  Don

“Kneeling And Wokeness” gets Comments deleted on RVT…

MrDisaster
1 month ago

We were season ticket holders for 20 years. We let our tickets go to pay for our daughter’s college tuition. Now being fulltime we usually are on the road during most of the season exploring the barkroads of the countryside!

Peggy Bradley
1 month ago

But I attended as an employee. I used to work for a security company in AZ when I wintered there, and worked at the State Farm Stadium where the AZ Cardinal play. I did that for 3 years until they started kneeling for the anthem. Then I quit.

Jim Langley
1 month ago

Watching Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Brent Jones, John Taylor and the rest of the 49ers in person was incredible.

kat
1 month ago

For the longest time NHL was the .ost affordable ticket. Have been to a LOT of NHL games,and enjoyed them all. A few MLB games and two NBA games. When I was young the cost of an NFL game (including driving and meals) just seemed to much, so I never went to one. Now I do t care if I ever go to one, I will take the hockey (high school, semi pro and pro) each and every day of the week!

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Diane McGovern
1 month ago

In 1972, I attended a game with the NY Jets (Joe Namath) vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers (Terry Bradshaw) at the University of Washington’s Husky Stadium. I still have the picture in my mind’s eye of all those little guys running around on the field. 😀 –Diane at RVtravel.com

Rich
1 month ago

never have and likely never will. beyond that i no longer watch their antics on TV.

M D-B
1 month ago

My least favorite sport. Of course being from Michigan, it doesn’t help that the home team is the Lions.

kat
1 month ago
Reply to  M D-B

And that is another reason I never went to one,the Lions. Although being on the west side of the state of Michigan, I could take the ferry over for Green Bay as it is closer. Nope don’t think so!

Mary
1 month ago

As a child growing up in the Minneapolis suburbs I attended many Viking games with my dad who was a season ticket holder. My brothers didn’t want to go because the old Metropolitan Stadium was freezing in the winter. I didn’t mind as dad always brought stadium blankets and my own thermos of hot chocolate. Good memories.

George B
1 month ago

Once, decades ago when they played football. Haven’t watched or followed the NFL in many years.

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Diane Mc
1 month ago

Attended 2 Super Bowls. Ex brother-in-law played for Miami Dolphins. Part of the Killer Bees. Unfortunately lost both games but it was an experience.

Tom B
1 month ago

Go PACK, GO!

That out of the way, I was in band in College. we did a number of NFL Half-time shows.

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