Flames games are almost always sold out, and the team had an impressive sellout streak from 2004 to 2014, meaning you’ll experience an incredible atmosphere when attending a game at the Saddledome. Flames fans are among the most loyal in the NHL, so no matter how good or bad the team is doing you’ll always find a full house making for a great in-game experience.
At the Saddledome, you’ll also find lots of tributes to the biggest and best moments and players in Flames history. There are plenty of banners hanging from the rafters to check out, and all around the concourse, you can see Flames memorabilia from the past. There is even an exhibit remembering the 1988 Winter Olympics, so even if you don’t like the Flames, there is something to see.
The Saddledome is also home to many bars, restaurants, and concession options. No matter what you have a taste for or what your price range is you won’t leave the Saddledome hungry. Dutton’s Lounger offers a sports bar experience, the King Club more of a club type venue, and if you’re just looking to grab a hot dog then the Dog House will hit the spot.
You’ll have an excellent time attending a Flames game where you’ll be surrounded by some of the most diehard fans in the NHL and get to experience the history of the team.