- Tickets to a Midwest Nightmare football game
- Where: Spring Lake Park Senior High School
- Seating: General admission
- Door time: One hour before kickoff
- Ticket values include all fees.
Ticket Options and Games
$15 for a game package for two (up to a $27 total value)
- Two tickets (up to a $20 value)
- Hotdog, chips, and soda per person (a $7 value)
$25 for a game package for a family of four (a $39 value)
- Four tickets for two adults and two kids (a $25 value)
- Hotdog, chips, and soda per person (a $14 value)
Choose from the following games:
- Against the West Central Broncos on Saturday, May 10, at 6 p.m.
- Against the Great Lakes Wolfpack on Saturday, June 21, at 6 p.m.
- Against the Granite City Renegades on Saturday, July 19, at 6 p.m.
The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn’t reflect student, senior, or military discounts. Children 5 and under are admitted free.
The Scouting Report
Tomorrow night, the Midwest Nightmare charge back onto the field at Spring Lake Park Senior High School to kick off their second season in the Midwest Premier Football League. A season ago, the Nightmare made quite an impression on the MPFL—not by promoting a tackling dummy to head coach, but by advancing to the playoffs in their inaugural season. They subsequently fell to the West Central Broncos, meaning tomorrow’s game will be one fueled by revenge. Following that, the Broncos will play several more home games during the upcoming regular season, including against one of the league’s expansion teams, the Great Lakes Wolfpack, on June 21.
The Midwest Nightmare, which played its first season as part of the Midwest Premier Football League in 2013, gives players both young and old the chance to join—the only catch is that they have to love playing football. With no hefty contracts, cheesy endorsement deals, or random downpours of money to sully the experience, Nightmare games provide football fans and families with clean, hard-hitting entertainment. And though they might be a terror for opponents, the Midwest Nightmare are anything but off the field. The team’s players try to boost their community by raising funds and awareness for local causes, such as the Special Olympics and cancer research.