Information compiled and written by Nathan Wertheimer
Are you wondering about the start of the 2020 Orlando Predators Arena Football season? No worries. We have you covered here. Because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic the National Arena League (NAL) posted a statement, it reads, “The National Arena League is committed to playing in 2020. Due to the ever changing nature of the Coronavirus, the league is in the process of determining the new start date for the 2020 season.”
When the season games resume, please beware that the season will be limited to a handful of games. The actual first game of the season was supposed to be played on April 4, 2020, at 7pm, and this game was cancelled. Here are possible set home games:
- Sat, May 9, 2020, at 7pm
- Fri, May 22, 2020, at 7pm
- Fri, June 5, 2020, at 7pm
- Sat, June 13, 2020, at 7pm
- Sun, June 28, 2020, at 5:30pm
- Fri, July 3, 2020, at 7pm
- Additional games could be added for the season
Who are the Orlando Predators Arena Football team? The Orlando Predators have been the City Beautiful most intense and entertaining sports franchise for the last 25+ years. Our passionate fan base has been a part of 2 League Championships, 9 Division Championships and 23 playoff appearances. The Predators welcome fans into the “Jungle” up close and personal with the game of Arena Football, putting them right next to the action. Our in-game experience is second to none. Fans sit inches from the sideline where they can hear every hit, feel the speed and high five their favorite players. We have a saying in Arena Football that when the play goes into the stands, you can keep the ball just give the player back. After the game, the fan experience continues with on-the-field autograph sessions by the players, the Prowlers Dance Team and even our beloved mascot, Klaw. From the pre-game to the post-game and everything in between, the Orlando Predators experience is fast, fun and more than enough action for the whole family.
Get your tickets now for this game by purchasing them either online or at the Amway Center Box Office in Orlando. Ticket prices range from $25 – $95 per seat. Tickets do not include fees and taxes. Handicap seating is available. All seats at the Amway Center have a great view. To purchase your tickets on-line please visit orlandopredatorsfootball.com/single-game-tickets/
The Amway Center is right in Downtown Orlando. Get your GPS for the best route to the Amway Center. There is plenty of parking options in Orlando. Most basketball fans park at either the Gieco Parking Garage for $15-$20 per vehicle or the Orange Lot on West Pine Street for $10 per vehicle. These prices reflect when a parking attendant is on duty. Towards the end of the 1st half time when the parking attendant depart the Orange Lot and meter parking is available at $2-$3 per hour per vehicle. Drivers must estimate the amount of time to pay for parking. Non-paid parked vehicles will received a parking violation from the City of Orlando Parking Enforcement officials. For other City of Orlando Public Parking please visit www.orlando.gov/Parking-Transportation/Parking/Parking-Garages-and-Lots
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Source of information: First hand experience, amwaycenter.com