In Game

The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors play their home games at Aloha Stadium, which is also home to the NFL Pro Bowl. When attending a Hawaii football game, you get the feeling that you’re taking in the game at a special venue since many of the greatest players in NFL history have played on this field.

The fans at Hawaii also make attending a game at Aloha Stadium a pleasant experience. The fans here are very friendly and relaxed meaning you won’t have to deal with taunts or people looking to pick fights like at some stadiums. The friendliness of the Hawaii games means it will be easy to make friends regardless of what team you support.

The relaxed atmosphere and historic venue of Aloha Stadium make attending a Hawaii game a treat that will really add something to your Hawaiian vacation.

Things to check out

Haka Dance

Before each game, the Hawaii players perform a Haka dance and do the Ha’a War Chant. This routine really pumps up players and fans alike getting everyone ready for the game.

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University of Hawaii Marching Band

The Hawaii marching band is comprised of 250 members and is the only college marching band in the state of Hawaii. They put on a mean pregame and halftime show, so come out and show your support for the best band in the state.

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Fight Songs

  1. Haka Dance

    Here’s to our dear Hawai‘i
    Here’s to our Green and White
    Here’s to our Alma Mater
    Here’s to the team with fight
    Rah! Rah! Rah!
    Here’s to old warriors calling
    Here’s to old battles won
    Here’s to Hawai‘i’s victory
    Here’s to each valiant one.

  2. Alma Mater

    In green Manoa Valley our Alma Mater stands
    Where mountain winds and showers refresh her fertile lands;
    The flag of freedom beckons above her shining walls,
    To larger truth and service our Alma Mater calls.

    Hawai‘i, we have gathered within thy wide-flung doors,
    As sons and daughters claiming her freely offered stores;
    Our loyal praise we tender, and pledge to hold thy aim,
    Till ocean’s far horizons shall hear thy honored name.

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