Football is the ultimate sport, as it incorporates the fast pace of basketball, the timely precision of baseball, and the full-contact aggression of wrestling down purse snatchers in food courts. Unleash the beast with this GrouponLive deal.
- One ticket to a Cleveland Gladiators Arena Football League game
- Where: Quicken Loans Arena
- Door time: one hour before kickoff
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Saturday, July 5
- $10 for one lower level corner seat, marked in olive on the seating chart (a $37.70 value)
- $20 for one lower level sideline seat, marked in green on the seating chart (a $49.50 value)
- $45 for one premium sideline seat, marked in yellow on the seating chart (a $95.85 value)
Saturday, July 19
- $12 for one lower lever corner/end zone seat, marked in olive and purple on the seating chart ($65.70 value)
- $28 for one club level seat, marked in bright green and prefaced with ‘C’ ($88.50 value)
- $49 for one premium sideline seat, marked in yellow on the seating chart ($179.85 value)
Choose from the following games:
- Against the Portland Thunder on Saturday, July 5, at 6 p.m.
- Against the Jacksonville Sharks on Saturday, July 19, at 7 p.m.
On July 5, ticket holders receive a Gladiators koozie and can buy $2 beers. On July 19, they receive Terminal Tower figurine and can buy $2 beers.
Spectators who purchase the Cleveland Gladiators playoff ticket package will receive a ticket to the game on July 19, as well as a ticket to the first home playoff game following the close of the 2014 season. Ticket vouchers will be distributed at the time of redemption.
The Cleveland Gladiators 2014 Arena Football League home playoff game will be contingent on the Cleveland Gladiators obtaining home field advantage. If the playoff game is not played at Quicken Loans Arena fans will be awarded a voucher to the 2015 Cleveland Gladiators home opener (Date and time TBD).
The Scouting Report
In their march to an 11–1 record, the Gladiators have won games in just about every way imaginable. They’ve blown opposing defenses off the field—their 86–49 thumping of the Iowa Barnstormers comes to mind—and grinded out defensive battles, such as their 37–26 win over the New Orleans VooDoo. They have also triumphed thanks to late-game heroics, such as quarterback Chris Dieker’s last-second, hail-mary pass to Thyron Lewis that squeaked out a victory over the Spokane Shock (a clutch performance that earned the #2 spot on SportsCenter’s Top Plays). For their efforts, the Gladiators have earned the top spot in the American Conference. In two games against the Thunder and Sharks (the latter being the final home game of the season), the Gladiators will look to discover new paths to victory, such as manipulating the scoreboard with their minds.
From 1992–1994, the Cleveland Thunderbolts gave the city its first taste of Arena Football League action. And while the taste was but a tease at the time—the team disbanded at the end of the 1994 season—AFL fans eventually would see a return to revelry in 2008 with the arrival of the Gladiators, a team that bounced around the country like a rock band on pogo sticks before diggin’ in their cleats at Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena. In their first official season, the Gladiators introduced themselves in grand fashion by advancing to the franchise's first-ever conference championship game—a tough loss, to the eventual league champion Philadelphia Soul, that’s since stood as the squad’s humbling reminder of the unending effort required to achieve league dominance.
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