Football Game Viewing Parties

meter-logoDat Dog on Magazine is now the viewing location for all football games and we get started 30 minutes before kickoff (remember that we’re in central time). They have drink specials for those in Gator gear and have seats reserved for us prior to the game starting. There’s indoor and outdoor seating and it’s family friendly, so bring your kids.

Dat Dog on Magazine is located at 3336 Magazine Street between Louisiana Ave. and Toledano St. (click here for map). From downtown, take Magazine St. south/west (upriver) for about 2 miles. Dat Dog will be on your left, just past Toledano St. 

To take the RTA bus from downtown, catch the #11 line on Magazine Street going towards Audubon Zoo.

 

UF vs. LSU Bus Trip

Worried about getting to get to Baton Rouge for the big game? Well, rest easy. The New Orleans Gator Club has your back…

We charter busses for Gator alumni, fans, and family for each UF/LSU game in Baton Rouge.

Pick up will be in downtown

New Orleans and busses will drop us off at LSU’s campus prior to game time. Then, we will return to NOLA after the game. Pick up / drop off times and location will be set once game kickoff time is decided. We will work to make it as convenient as possible.

Tickets will be $55 per person. You can pay through the PayPal link below.

No PayPal account is required. All major credit cards are accepted.

Please type your name in the field below (along with names of anyone else in your group if paying for more than 1 seat) then click “Pay Now”.


Names of all in your group:


OR you can mail us a check to the below address. Please make checks payable to “New Orleans Gator Club” and make the amount $55 per person in your party. In your letter, please include a list of all names in your party and your contact email and phone number. You can mail checks to:

New Orleans Gator Club
816 Joseph Street
New Orleans, LA 70115

We will email you upon receiving your check. Thanks

and Go Gators!

Student Scholarships

We think High School Seniors living within the greater New Orleans area that choose to go to UF should be rewarded for their smart decision. That ‘s
why we’re in the works to set-up a scholarship fund and hope you’ll help us raise enough money to give a few $1,000 scholarships to well deserving locals. We’re still early in the planning stages creating the application, minimum criteria, etc. We’ll need your help and ideas to make this a reality.