- $49 for a game day package for four to see an indoor football game between the Nashville Venom and Alabama Hammers (a $107.20 value)
- When: Friday, April 18, at 7 p.m.
- Where: Nashville Municipal Auditorium
- Seating: General admission, located in the balcony
- Door time: 5:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
- Four tickets (a $16.80 value each)
- Two T-shirts (a $20 value each)
The Scouting Report
The Nashville Venom and their standout quarterback, Alex Carder, appear to be a perfect match. On March 29, both made their mark on the Professional Indoor Football League during the Venom’s first game ever. For Carder, the debut was restitution—in 2012, an injury derailed his once promising career, and he’d been fighting to get back on the field since.
During that opening game against the defending PIFL champion Alabama Hammers in Huntsville, Carder slung seven touchdowns in a 57-40 Venom victory. Now sporting a perfect 2-0 record, Carder and the Venom will square off yet again with the Hammers next Friday, only this time in front of their own fans at Nashville Municipal Auditorium.
Nashville has had two stints with a professional football team: the Arena Football League’s Nashville Kats from 1997–2001, and again from 2005–2007. After a seven-year hiatus, football finally returned to the Music City with the arrival of the Nashville Venom. The Venom joined the high-scoring Professional Indoor Football League for the 2014 season, and in doing so, became the league’s eighth and final team. As members of the American Conference, the Venom square off against several other squads from Southern states, meaning the region’s residents no longer have to launch pies across state borders just to establish supremacy.