In Game

Even by Philadelphia standards, Flyers fans are the most passionate and rabid fans in all of the sports. The fans at Wells Fargo Center proudly wear the black and orange on Flyers game days and will not hesitate to heckle fans of opposing teams. If you’re a fan of an opposing team, particularly the Rangers, Penguins, or Devils, you may want to leave your gear at home when attending a game. That said if you’re a Flyers fan, you’ll find yourself in good company as Flyers fans will embrace their own and will be happy to discuss hockey with other diehards.

Inside the Wells Fargo Center, you’ll see tributes to the greatest moments and players in both 76ers and Flyers history. Inside and outside the arena you’ll encounter plenty of statues and banners celebrating Philly’s all-time greats. There is even an excellent exhibit inside the arena showcasing the most famous moments in the Spectrum’s history.

Don’t worry if you forgot to eat before the game as there are plenty of great options available inside the Wells Fargo Center. The CURE Insurance Club is pretty much a giant food court with a bar, and you’ll find plenty of Philly favorites inside the arena including Chickie’s & Pete’s, whose crab fries are to die for.

You’ll have an excellent time attending a Flyers game and will be me with an incredible in-game atmosphere as long as you’re wearing the right colors.

Things to check out

Flyers Stanley Cup Statue

Those of you who are Philly fans or hockey fans will love the Flyers Stanley Cup statue. The statue features Flyers legends Bobby Clarke and Bernie Parent hoisting the cup and is an excellent tribute to the Broad Street Bullies.

Championship and Retired Number Banners

During your visit to the Wells Fargo Center make sure to check out all the banners hanging from the rafters. These banners honor all the greatest players and teams in 76ers and Flyers history, so take a minute to remember your favorites from the past like Bobby Clarke and Bernie Parent.

Remember the Spectrum Wall

Relive all the greatest moments in the 76ers and Flyers previous arena by visiting this excellent exhibit. The Spectrum served as the home of both teams for 30 years, so you’ll find plenty of history on display.

Xfinity Live!

Located inside the South Philly Sports Complex, this giant entertainment venue offers a great place to hang out before the game. You’ll find a variety of bars and restaurants in this complex, so stop by to grab a drink or bite to eat.

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Cadillac Grille

If you frequently attend the Wells Fargo Center and are looking for a premium dining experience then become a member of the Cadillac Grille. This restaurant is open exclusively to members and is the only place to experience an upscale chophouse menu inside the Wells Fargo Center.

DraftKings Fantasy Sports Lounge

Stop by this full bar If you want to catch up on the action going on around the league or just want to grab a drink.

CURE Insurance Club

At the CURE Insurance Club, you can experience some of Philly’s most famous cuisine including Chickie’s & Pete’s and Campos. The Club opens two hours before puck drop, and even features live music on select game days.

P.J Whelihan's Pub

Another great place to grab a drink or a bite to eat is the P.J Whelihan’s Pub on the main concourse. The pub features award-winning food and pub drinks making it a great place to stop by before puck drop.

Wilt Chamberlain Statue

Even if you’re not a big basketball fan, make sure to stop by the Wilt Chamberlain statue and snap a pic. The statue commemorates one of the greatest players in NBA history and is a must-see for basketball fans.

“God Bless America"

Before important games, the Flyers play “God Bless America” by Kate Smith. The tradition dates back to 1969 and is believed to give the team good luck, as they’ve amassed a 94-26-4 record, as of April 26, 2011, when the song is played. Join in on the singing of “God Bless America” before big playoff games to give the Flyers some extra luck.

Lauren Hart

Before every Flyers game Lauren Hart, daughter of longtime Flyers broadcaster Gene Hart, sings “The Star-Spangled Banner” and “O Canada.” Arrive early, so you don’t miss her rousing renditions of these two national anthems.

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Lou Nolan

Lou Nolan has been the Flyers PA announcer since the 1972-73 season and is a fan favorite in Philadelphia. Nolan always knows how to get a rise out of the crowd, so enjoy his announcing skills when attending a Flyers game.

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Flyers Ice Girls

The Flyers Ice Girls will keep you entertained during the breaks in the action with their skating abilities and promotional activities. Be on the lookout for them during the game.

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Fight Songs

  1. Fluxland

    Flyers goal song

  2. The Bird Dance

    Goal song for the 4th Flyers goal


  3. Let's Go Flyers!

    Let’s Go Flyers!

    Let’s Go Flyers!

    Let’s Go Flyers!

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