These Games Are Fun for the Whole Family!
Written By: Aaron J. Pellot
Photography Provided By: Hannah Kosh San Diego Seals Lacrosse
The best action in San Diego is happening in a familiar place. Pechanga Arena plays host to the San Diego Seals, a member of National Lacrosse League. After having success in year one by reaching the playoffs with NLL Rookie of the Year Austin Staats, the Seals are inviting you to “Dive In” on the fun. Here are five reasons to attend a Seals game this season.
Action-Packed Fun San Diego Seals Lacrosse
Going to a Seals game will have you on the edge of your seat from the first face-off until the final buzzer. Seals Vice President Josh Gross describes the games as “high-octane, high-energy entertainment where you come to expect the unexpected.” Wherever you are in the building, you will be sure to appreciate the skill from the best lacrosse players in the world.
Entertainment From Start to End San Diego Seals Lacrosse
You don’t have to be a lacrosse player to have a great time at a Seals game. Director of Game Presentation Mike Grace says the team strives “to create a party atmosphere that is fun for fans from all walks of life.” From the Sirens dance team, in-arena games and Salty jumping off motorcycles, the entertainment factor creates palpable energy.
Native Knowledge: The Seals visited 65 schools and over 10,000 students in San Diego County during the team’s inaugural season.
It’s not every day you can travel with a San Diego team on the road. With the Seals playing a “home” game this year in Las Vegas on Super Bowl weekend, Seals fans have an opportunity to watch their team and watch the big game in Sin City.
Party Packs With Your Crew San Diego Seals Lacrosse
Friends in town? Good beer? Sounds like a good time! Going to a Seals game means having a good time at a cost that won’t break the bank. With deals like the Coronado Brewing Party Pack, you can get two tickets and four beers for $29—it’s hard to find a better deal around San Diego.
In a city on the front lines of freedom, the San Diego Seals are doing something which has never been done before. This February, the Seals will play a game on the flight line at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. Player Cam Holding describes this event as “a unique way to treat the fans of San Diego while honoring the heroes who live here”.
Native Knowledge: The Seals name is an homage to both the Navy in San Diego and the seals which occupy the La Jolla Cove.