According to reports, Mayor LaToya Cantrell of New Orleans has expressed that the Saints should be back playing in the Superdome by Week 4 of the NFL season. That would make for only one missed home game due to the effects Hurricane Ida had on Southeast Louisiana.
The New Orleans Saints organization recently announced a no-refund policy for season ticket holders. But after so few fans inquired about refunds, with many more hoping to get their hands on season tickets, the Saints organization has changed their mind on the policy.
According to reports, fans attending Saints games in the Superdome this season will be expected to wear masks at games. With an indoor mask mandate in place city-wide, Saints fans should be prepared if they are attending the first preseason game on August 23, 2021.
Reports are out that the home of the New Orleans Saints will soon have a new name so long as all of the contract terms pan out. The 'Caesars Superdome' will play host to all of the #WhoDatNation for the next 20 years as Caesars Entertainment takes over as the Dome's sponsor.
A news release put out by the Louisiana High School Athletic Association details that the 2020 Football Prep Classic is being moved from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans to Northwestern University in Natchitoches.
A statement from the New Orleans Saints details the phased introduction of allowing fans in the Superdome for upcoming home games. 3,000 Saints fans will be allowed access to this weekends game and up to 15,000 fans could be allowed by late December.
Reports by NFL insiders are saying that Saints officials are meeting with LSU officials about hosting upcoming games in Baton Rouge at Tiger Stadium. These talks come as Mayor Latoya Cantrell has continued to decline Saints requests to allow fans in the Superdome.