Where do the Home School Saints play?
Pan American Stadium is the home field for the Home School Saints. Part of the 1,300-acre New Orleans City Park, the stadium is located at the corner of Zachary Taylor Drive and Wisner Boulevard in New Orleans, LA 70124. Since 1973, Pan American Stadium has been one of New Orleans' primary venues for local high school football, lacrosse and soccer games. The facility has also served as the home for various professional and semi-professional teams such as the New Orleans Shell Shockers of the United Soccer League.
After being totally rebuit due to Hurricane Katrina, Pan American hosted 38 high school football games in 2008. In 2011, over 70 high school and junior varsity football games will be played at the stadium.
Pan American Stadium features a state-of-the-art FieldTurf surface installed in 2008 by funds from the National Football League Youth Football Fund on behalf of the New Orleans Saints. Over 60 universities have FieldTurf including Nebraska, Ohio State, Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, West Virginia, Washington, Oregon, Boston College, Rutgers, Kansas State, Louisville and Missouri. Twenty-one of the NFL’s 32 teams use FieldTurf at their stadium or practice facility.
What are the admission charges for Home School Saints games?
$5 for adults, $2 for students and children under five years old are free.