SeatGeek.com « The official schedule for the 2021 Saints has been released: The New Orleans Saints' 2021 NFL regular season schedule is broken down by John DeShazier and Caroline Gonzalez, who highlight the biggest games coming to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. They also include some interesting non-conference games.
The Saints will open up their season at home on September 17 against the Atlanta Falcons. This will be the first game played in the new Mercedes-Benz Superdome since it opened in 1975. The Saints will then travel to Pittsburgh before returning home to face off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
New Orleans will have five straight home games before they leave town for a three-game road trip that includes stops in London and Mexico City. Their final game of the road trip will be at San Francisco. This will be one for the history books as this will be the first time the Saints have played in London. The game will be played at Wembley Stadium.
After returning home, the Saints will play four more games at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome before they head to Foxborough for a Thanksgiving Day showdown with the Patriots. New Orleans will finish out their home schedule against the Carolina Panthers and Miami Dolphins.
They will have two weeks between games 3 and 4 due to Christmas falling on a Sunday this year.
The New Orleans Saints' 2021 NFL regular season schedule is broken down by John DeShazier and Caroline Gonzalez, who highlight the biggest games coming to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. In our all-new premium seating area, you'll be front and center in the North End Zone for all the big plays and touchdown celebrations!
The New Orleans Saints will open their 2021 campaign at home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday, September 3. Kickoff is set for 7:00 p.m. CT on WWL-TV. The game will be broadcasted live across Louisiana on WVUE-TV.
You can purchase tickets through Ticketmaster.com or charge by phone with a credit card at (800) 745-3000. Tickets go on sale to the general public on August 26th at 10:00 a.m. CT.
Yes, children's tickets are available for $10 per ticket when you call in your order at 877-220-5626.
That's okay, but there are restrictions on what you can bring in. Only one bag per person is allowed, and it must be clear plastic, zipper closed, and no larger than 14x14x22 inches.
On March 23, the locations for the team's 2006 preseason games were revealed. They were Shreveport, Louisiana, for a game against the Dallas Cowboys on August 21, and Jackson, Mississippi, for a game against the Indianapolis Colts on August 26. The Saints announced their 2006 schedule on April 6. The Superdome was supposed to host all home games. However, due to damage caused by Hurricane Katrina, only one game was played there that season. The other games were played at various stadiums across Louisiana.
In addition to their regular-season games, the Saints had two more pre-Katrina contests. On September 5, they played host to the Carolina Panthers in a preseason football game held at McAllen Veterans Stadium in Hidalgo, Texas. Two days later, they traveled to Oakland to play the Raiders in a preseason contest at O.co Coliseum. Both games were canceled when it was discovered that the Saints did not have proper licensing to play outside of New Orleans. The team was given a temporary waiver by the NFL so they could fulfill their contractual obligations with both sets of fans. However, once the league approved an application from New Orleans to move its franchise to San Antonio, the Saints withdrew their request for a waiver and all games were cancelled after that point.
The Saints finished their 2005 season with a 7-9 record. It was their first non-winning season since 2002 when they went 8-8. This was also the first time since 1994 that the club failed to make the playoffs.