Sporting Events in North Decatur

Atlanta Silverbacks – 54% Off Two Tickets to Soccer Match

Atlanta Silverbacks

Atlanta Silverbacks Park

$43.10 $20

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The Silverbacks seek revenge against the NASL's top two soccer teams during home games on July 26 and August 9

Up to 65% Off Atlanta Falcons Football Game & Julio Jones Autograph

Official Fan Package

Georgia Dome

$283 $99

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Atlanta looks to rebound from an off year with revitalized offensive weapons and a strengthened o-line

Atlanta Steam – 55% Off Lingerie Football Game

Jacksonville Breeze vs. Atlanta Steam

Gwinnett Center

$44.40 $20

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The Eastern Conference title on the line when Atlanta squares off against Jacksonville in the final game of the LFL season

55% Off EnduroCross Racing Event

EnduroCross

Gwinnett Center

$33.60 $15

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Motorcycle racing blends the jumps and speed of supercross with off-roading obstacles such as boulders, logs, and water holes

47% Off Marietta Derby Darlins Roller-Derby Event

Marietta Derby Darlins vs. Mississippi Brawl Stars

Cobb County Civic Center

$28.26 $15

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Triple-header event features junior derby stars and two bouts between women's teams, including the home team Marietta Derby Darlins

Georgia Chargers—Up to 53% Off Football Game

Georgia Chargers

Sprayberry High School

$16 $8

In its first season as an organization, the Chargers take the field against fellow semi-pro squads from Georgia and Tennessee

25% Off Race-Day Package

RaceDaySponsor.com

Hampton

$400 $299

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Have your name plastered to a race car with sponsorship packages that include complimentary pit and garage passes

Wings Over North Georgia – Up to 43% Off Air Show

Wings Over North Georgia

Richard B Russell Regional Airport

$17.45 $10

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A 400 mph jet car and Kansas City BBQ Society sanctioned competition join fighter jets, parachute teams, music, and fireworks at an air show

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On the morning of September 11, 2001, Robert Herzog dropped off his laundry, picked up his mail, and took the local C train to work instead of the express A train. When he arrived for work at the north World Trade Center tower that morning, nearly 300 of his coworkers were dead. Stunned by his inexplicable escape from death, Herzog battled through his trauma by focusing on the good things in his life. Earlier that year, he met his wife-to-be playing coed softball. He had enjoyed the league but felt he could do better. Tempered by the sense of charity and community that was so ubiquitous after September 11, he opened ZogSports—a sports league that donates 10% of its profits to charity—in 2002.

Since then, leagues have spread from New York and the northeast out to Atlanta and the Twin Cities. Casual competitors in their 20s and 30s team up in touch-football leagues and indoor-volleyball leagues, making new friends on the field, at postgame happy hours, and at preseason press conferences.

When teams sign up for ZogSports's leagues, they choose a charity to represent. From there, teams compete to win the league championship, come up with the funniest team name, or order the most drinks at the bar after the game, all of which earn them money for their charity of choice. To date, the company has donated more than $1.5 million to various charities.

2875 Northside Drive Northwest
Atlanta,
GA
US

Hittersbox Baseball lets hitters battle against pros without ever leaving the batting cage. With its ProBatter PX2 Professional Baseball System—one of several training tools used by major leaguers—a virtual pitcher winds up just as a ball is launched through a hole in the video screen by a pitching machine hidden behind it. For a greater challenge, batters can change the location, pitch type, and sequence of pitches, or just close their eyes.

After practice, Pro Mirror video training allows players to relive their swings and analyze any pitfalls by watching five minutes of batting-cage video. These modern takes on traditional baseball practice, which Hittersbox coaches use for beginners and serious players alike, boast approval from owner Jasha Balcom, a former Chicago Cub, as well as an elite list of major-league clients.

2150 Boggs Rd,, Suite 250
Duluth,
GA
US

In their ninth season, the Gwinnett Gladiators' roster of puck-punishing skatesmen storm their home ice under the auspicious direction of new head coach John Wroblewski, whose gold-medal past will hopefully propel the Gladiators to their seventh playoff appearance. With two premium-level seats, ticketholders have a choice at several views from within the arena. Hockey heads can survey the entire rink from center ice, hear the flick of slap shots from blue-line seats, smell the sweet aroma of competitive play from behind the benches, feel the rumble of the boards after a full-body check in the low corners, or taste the ice from below the zamboni.

6400 Sugarloaf Pkwy
Duluth,
GA
US

Founded in 2013, the Bikini Basketball Association is comprised of five female teams in Chicago, Houston, Las Vegas, Miami, and Philadelphia. Though the association's name suggests that players hit the court wearing swimwear, they actually play in tight-fitting spandex athletic gear that does not billow in the wind like traditional jerseys, threatening to fill with air and lift players off the court and out of the gymnasium.

950 EAGLES LANDING PKWY # 408
Stockbridge,
GA
US

The history of today's Atlanta Braves traces back to 1876 in Boston, where the team played as the Red Stockings. In the more than 100 years since, the club lived like a nomadic tribe, claiming two World Series titles in separate cities before finally landing in Atlanta in 1966. There, they found reason to settle down, winning an unprecedented 14 consecutive division titles, as well as another World Series in 1995. Throughout the years, many of baseball's all-time greats have donned the Braves uniform, including Hank Aaron, Babe Ruth, and Cy Young. Opened in 1997, Turner Field serves as the club's home turf, relaying the action on a 29'x38' BravesVision video board as a 27' neon tomahawk menaces visiting players and vegetables alike.

2500 Buford Drive
Lawrenceville,
GA
US

Lake Lanier is no stranger to aquatic adventurers: boats and jet skis regularly zoom across its surface. But it's never seen something quite like the Flyboard, a jetpack-esque contraption that uses sprays of water to propel its rider through the lake and up to heights of 40 feet. The central board sends two massive jets of H20 wherever its commander’s feet desire, while two arm-bound stabilizers enable the rider to perform twists and backflips, as well as enact revenge on any duck who dares steal their hot-dog. Instructor Bryan Keenan employs the skills that he displayed at the 2012 World Cup for Flyboarding to get his students ready for flight.

6800 Lights Ferry Road
Flowery Branch,
GA
US