In Game

The historic Mercedes-Benz Superdome is one of the largest domed stadiums in the world. The dome itself is worth the visit for football fans, as the stadium has hosted numerous Super Bowls and College Football Championship Games.

Despite its age, the Superdome remains a world-class facility by offering one of the most incredible game day experiences in all of sports. The atmosphere inside of the Superdome is top notch. Every Sunday is Mardi Gras inside the Superdome with Saints fans coming out to party and cheer on their team hard each and every Sunday the Saints are in town. The roar of the crowd and the chanting of “Who Dat?” will send a tingle down your spine letting you know that you are experiencing something truly special by attending a Saints game in the Superdome.

The fans inside the dome adore this team. Everywhere you look, you’ll see an ocean of black and gold. The fans have gotten particularly vocal in their support of the Saints since Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Following the disaster, the Saints became a rallying point for the community, and the support for the team has remained fervent ever since.

Music also plays a key role in creating the famous New Orleans party atmosphere you’ll find inside of the Superdome. Local marching bands are brought in to provide halftime entertainment creating a vibrant experience that keeps the crowd pumped up during halftime with many fans even singing along with the performances

Attending a game at the Superdome should be on the bucket list of every football fan out there, as you wouldn’t want to miss out on the Mardi Gras style party atmosphere that is a Saints game at the Superdome.

Things to check out

New Orleans Saints Hall of Fame

No trip to the Superdome would be complete without stopping by the Saints Hall of Fame and reliving the all the greatest moments in Saints history. Enter through Gate B, so you can stop by and see all the amazing displays of the Hall of Fame.

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Ring of Honor

Since 2013 the New Orleans Saints Ring of Honor has paid tribute to best players, coaches, and front office officials in Saints history. The Ring of Honor is located on the Terrace Level Fascia, so make sure to take a chance to look at it when attending a Saints game.

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Player Trot

Right before kick off, one of the Saints’ players runs onto the field with his hand held high in a fist. Once he puts his fist down, the crowd breaks into a “Who Dat?” chant and everyone goes wild. Don’t miss out on this uproarious player entrance that causes the dome to erupt in excitement.

Who Dat Nation

Recently the term “Who Dat Nation” has emerged as a moniker to identify the Saints fanbase. The term is believed to have originated following the Saints win over the Cowboys in 2006. When attending a Saints game in the Superdome come prepared to cheer loudly alongside your fellow members of Who Dat Nation.

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Gumbo and Sir Saint

The New Orleans Saints have two mascots Gumbo and Sir Saint. During the games fans can witness these two performing on the sidelines and celebrating with players after Saints scores providing a fun and entertaining atmosphere inside of the Superdome.

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Same Clothes

When fans go to a game and the Saints win, then tradition states they should wear the same clothes to the next game in order to bring the team good luck. If the Saints however lose, fans are advised to change their clothes for the next game to expel the misfortune they witnessed at the previous game.

Saintsations

The cheer and dance squad of the New Orleans Saints is known as the Saintsations and consists of 35 members. The squad puts on an entertaining show that energizes the crowd and gets everyone up on their feet cheering on the Saints.

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Fight Songs

  1. Who Dat?

    In 1983 the popular “Who Dat?” chant was officially adopted by the Saints and has been a staple at Saints games ever since. The chant goes “Who dat? Who dat? Who dat say dey gonna beat dem Saints” and chanting it is a great way to fully immerse yourself in the New Orleans gameday atmosphere.

    WHO DAT,
    WHO DAT,
    WHO DAT SAY THEY GONNA BEAT THEM SAINTS!

  2. When the Saints Go Marching In

    Played after every Saints score.

    Oh when the Saints go marching in
    When the Saints go marching in
    O Lord, I want to be in that number
    When the Saints go marching in

    And when the sun refuses to shine
    And when the sun refuses to shine
    O Lord, I want to be in that number
    When the Saints go marching in
    Who dat say they gonna beat them Saints
    Who dat
    Who dat
    Who dat say they gonna beat them Saints
    Who dat
    Who dat

     

  3. Mardi Gras Mambo

    Played after every Saints extra point followed by its singing once again by the fans immediately afterwards.

    Uhh
    Down in New Orleans
    Where the blues was born
    It takes a cool cat to blow a horn
    On LaSalle and Rampart Street
    The combo’s there with a mambo beat

    The Mardi Gras mambo, mambo, mambo
    Party Gras mambo, mambo, mambo
    Mardi Gras mambo, ooh
    Down in New Orleans

    In Gert Town where the cats all meet
    There’s a Mardi Gras mambo with a beat
    Join the Chief with the Zulu gang
    And truck on down where the mambo’s swing

    The Mardi Gras mambo, mambo, mambo
    Party Gras mambo, mambo, mambo
    Mardi Gras mambo, ooh
    Down in New Orleans

    Down in New Orleans
    Where the blues was born
    It takes a cool cat to blow a horn
    On LaSalle and Rampart Street
    The combo’s there with a mambo beat

    The Mardi Gras mambo, mambo, mambo
    Party Gras mambo, mambo, mambo
    Party Gras mambo, ooh
    Down in New Orleans

    Mardi Gras mambo, mambo, mambo
    Party Gras mambo, mambo, mambo
    Mardi Gras mambo, mambo, mambo
    Mardi Gras mambo, mambo, mambo

  4. Stand Up and Get Crunk

    Played before kickoff

    Oh!
    Okay, okay, okay, Ahhh!
    Hey I’m trying to get crunk
    See ’em
    Chorus:
    Tell ’em how we gonna come (CRUNK)
    Tell ’em why they don’t want none (CRUNK)
    Tell ’em why they better run (CRUNK)
    CRUNK CRUNK crunk
    Stand up and get crunk (CRUNK)
    Stand up and get crunk (CRUNK)
    Here we come to get you (you better get crunk)
    Here we come to get you (a little bit more crunk)
    Here we come to get you (you better get crunk)
    Here we come to get you (a little bit more crunk)
    Crank it up, thats what we gonna do
    Crank you up, me and my brother we came to get CRUNK
    We won’t stop (nope) we keep on coming cause
    We won’t quit, thats why we keep bringin hits
    We droppin’ everything you poppin’
    From the Ying Yang Twins again
    To make your adrenaline, pump right on through your skin
    And make that crunk again (crunk)
    In Two thou. they was’nt playin’ our deal
    But we came on back, cause we needed to win
    We jumped out like a jack and a russel
    Like I added with a fag doing sack in my sock

    [Chorus]
    Okay Okay Okay Okay
    Ladies and Gentlemen
    If you haven’t had enough
    You better hide yo’ lunch
    Cause we bout to eat that ass up
    CRUNK CRUNK CRUNK CRUNK
    CRUNK CRUNK CRUNK CRUNK
    Eat they ass up (Oh!) x8
    Okay Okay Okay Okay
    Stand up and get crunk
    Stand up and get crunk
    People all over the world jump
    Everybody in the bleachers get crunk
    Listen here buddy this ain’t what you want
    Blue fifty-two, break, duck
    DY go left while I’m fakin’ the K
    When I’m done you gonna remember my name
    It’s H-O-M-E Bwoi
    Look I’m Homebwoi
    Now that I’m up in my zone boy
    Pack up I’m sendin’ you home boy
    Take you up outta the dome boy
    If you did’nt know you should of known boy
    Should’ve thought about changin your tone boy
    Better not let us catch you alone boy
    Crack heads like we made of stone boy
    When we come out you better be gone boy
    [Chorus]

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