The Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans is more than just a football venue. It is a national landmark with a rich history and culture. This building served as home for many after the catastrophic Hurricane Katrina. Now a symbol of strength and tenacity, this renovated stadium contains over 150 luxury suites, with capacities ranging from 15 to 40 people.
This grand structure, located in the heart of the Big Easy, is the perfect spot to host your next private or business gathering. Saints suites are a hot commodity. Fans love rooting for this team and chanting their famous ‘Who Dat’ cheer. These magnificently appointed and climate-controlled New Orleans Saints suites come complete with a lounge area, wet bar, and HD TVs so you won’t miss any action.
Adding to the grandeur of the experience in a Saints suite is the dedicated attendant and in-suite concierge who will attend to your every need. Southern cooking and Cajun food are a must for your catering order. The spread in this suite will leave your guests wanting to attend every game in a New Orleans Saints suite. Please give us a call today at 610-828-7407 to discuss upcoming games and suite locations.
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New Orleans was once a tale of two cities. There was the sheer joy and exhilaration of Mardi Gras, the biggest party in America, and then there was the misery and depression of Saints football. The team managed a .500 record only twice in their first 20 years in the league. Fans were so embarrassed of their team that they would wear paper bags over their heads to hide their identities. The team name was even parodied throughout the league as “the Ain’ts”.
It seemed that nothing the Saints did brought any success to the bayou. Archie Manning spent the better part of his career running for his life, scrambling in vain to find any open receiver downfield before the defense brought a punishing hit. Iron Mike Ditka arrived in the French Quarter determined to turn this franchise around with his no-nonsense brand of tough love coaching which had previously earned him a Super Bowl victory in Chicago. Unfortunately, lightning did not strike twice for Ditka, and his tenure in New Orleans is best remembered for a losing record and the Saints giving up their entire draft to acquire running back Ricky Williams, who never panned out for the black and gold.
Hurricane Katrina in 2005 brought unprecedented devastation to the Gulf region. New Orleans was underwater. The Superdome (now the Mercedes-Benz Superdome) was damaged in the storm and served as a refuge for upwards of 30,000 displaced citizens. The Saints were forced to hold their home games at alternate locations. The city was in complete disarray in the wake of this historic storm.
New Orleans needed something to lift them up; a common element to unite the people and bring them out of the darkness. Newly hired Head Coach Sean Payton and his new franchise quarterback Drew Brees decided that the New Orleans Saints would be that beacon of hope.
Under the bright lights of a renovated Superdome, the Saints opened the 2006 season against their division rival, the Atlanta Falcons, on Monday Night Football. In their first game at home since before the storm, fans packed the building, cheering not only for their team, but for the resiliency of their city, which refused to concede to the hurricane. America cheered on the Saints as they defeated the Falcons 23-3, with Steve Gleason’s punt block becoming a signature image in team history. This emotional victory marked a metaphorical turning point for both the team and the city whereby they would both begin a new chapter and look forward to a brighter future.
New Orleans continued to heal and rebuild as the Saints transformed on the field to become one of the elite teams in the NFL, reaching the NFC Championship game for the first time in their franchise history. Their continued hard work and perseverance would culminate in 2009 with a Super Bowl victory, as the Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts 31-17 to capture their first Lombardi Trophy. Payton and Brees were elevated to permanent hero status.
While football is considered to be a cyclical game, the Saints are showing no signs of slowing down in the 2019 season. Despite a level of play that keeps him in elite status, Saints fans know that the end is coming for future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees. He signed a new two year deal to stay in New Orleans, making fans very happy. The inevitability of his retirement has increased the sense of urgency in this team. Last season’s team claimed the NFC South with a 13-3 record and beat the Philadelphia Eagles in a divisional round matchup before being defeated by the Los Angeles Rams in overtime in the NFC Championship game.
Brees injured the thumb on his throwing hand in Week 2. Requiring surgery that would sideline him for a number of weeks. Backup quarterback Teddy Bridgewater started in his place and did a great job. Back healthy again, Brees came back stronger than ever in a season where he would eclipse Peyton Manning for most passing touchdowns of all time.
The running back tandem of Latavius Murray and Alvin Kamara is absolutely electric. Kamara also makes a big impact in the passing game, as does Michael Thomas. In fact, Michael Thomas broke the record for most receptions in a season in 2019. Adding Jared Cook at tight end gave Brees another weapon in his arsenal. Sean Payton is hard at work on the X’s and O’s and always has a few tricks up his sleeve.
The 2017 1st round draft pick of Marshon Lattimore, a cornerback from Ohio State, has strengthened the defense. Key pieces throughout the roster have been upgraded in the hopes of reaching the next level. Defensive end Cameron Jordan now has Malcom Brown lining up at defensive tackle, making for a punishing one-two punch that is sure to cause problems for opposing teams. Picking up Eli Apple from the Giants has also added speed and finesse to the backfield.
A division playoff game against Minnesota spelled the end of the 2019 season for New Orleans as an overtime drive by the Vikings ended with a touchdown, sending the Saints home for the offseason. Expect this team to come back with a vengeance in 2020.
Despite the years of losing, New Orleans has had some amazing talent come through their city. Chief among them are Drew Brees, Rickey Jackson, Morten Anderson, Marques Colston, Willie Roaf, Sam Mills, Deuce McAllister, and Archie Manning. For more information about the history of the New Orleans Saints click here.
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