Georgia Force Tickets for Sale

Based in Atlanta the Georgia Force is one of the most reputable teams in the Arena Football League. They represent the Southern Division of the National Congress. Powerful defense, performance under pressure is what for the team best known for. Perhaps, that is the prime reason for the team's immense popularity among fans. The Georgia Force fan club members are increasing in numbers day by day. Are you also a Georgia Force fan? Have you watched all the Arena Football League matches that the team had participated? The team is gearing up in full strength and preparation for the upcoming 2007 AFL. Tickets for this big event are already on sale. We, being one of the most reliable online ticketing agencies are offering tickets for the 2007 AFL Championship at very cheap rates. You can buy your tickets from us online now.

From 1997 to 2001, the Georgia Force began to play as the first Nashville Kats. As Nashville Kats they used to play at the Gaylord Entertainment Center. The Gaylord Entertainment Center is based in downtown Nashville. Initially they were coached by Eddie Khayat. Eddie retained the post for the 1997 and 1998 season. Eventually he was replaced by Pat Sperduto. The Georgia Force or the first Nashville Kats also participated in the ArenaBowl Championship besides participating in the AFL Championship.
It was December, 2001 the franchise for the Nashville Kats was purchased by an Atlanta businessman named Virgil Williams. Virgil Williams bought the deal for nearly $10 million (US). Williams shifted the team base to Atlanta and gave the team its present name.
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The earlier name of the Georgia Force was named after the 1967 smash hit entitled "Nashville Cats" by The Lovin' Spoonful. The rechristened Georgia Force began to play in Atlanta's downtown Philips Arena in their budding days. The Philips Arena is the same place which is home to National Basketball Association's NHL Atlanta Thrashers and Atlanta Hawks. But the Georgia Force team later used to play their home games in the Arena at Gwinnett. Their relocation to Suburban Duluth helped them to practice at this venue for the season 2003 and 2004.
Virgil Williams owned the Georgia Force for a period of 3 years. During his tenure as the owner, the Georgia Force were able to make the playoffs only once in 2003. Then the team franchise was sold to Arthur Blank, owner of Atlanta Falcons in September, 2004. With Arthur's entry it was announced that the team would again return to the downtown Philips Arena keeping in mind the 2005 season.
The Nashville Kats made a return to the league and after acquiring all the pre-move history from the Georgia Force, they went on making this a 2002 expansion team. The 2005 season was the best season for the Force winning 11 while losing only 5 games. The earlier record of the team was not that good. Their record table reads: 6 wins, 8 losses (2002), 8 wins, 8losses (2003), 7 wins, 9losses (2004). The 2006 season is also not that promising with 8 wins and 8losses.
The Georgia Force's official mascot was a high-tech runner whose name was G-Force,. But now, the team's current mascot is a cuddly monster named Blu.

The Georgia Force has many notable players like Troy Bergeron, Nate Coggings, Markeith Cooper, Eric Zeier, Jermaine Smith, Matt Nagy, Dary Myricks, Carl Morris, Chris Jackson, Willie Gary, Kevin Gaines, Dan Curran, Nelson Garner etc. These players are practicing very hard to show their mettle in the upcoming 2007 AFL season. If you haven't bought your tickets yet, order them now from us without making any delay. We will ship you the tickets soon.