Cleveland Gladiators Schedule
The Cleveland Gladiators are the toast of the town for football lovers in the spring
and summer as they look to once again make big moves up the American Conference East standings in the Arena Football League.
Football fans in Cleveland no longer have to wait through the interminable spring and summer months for the NFL to once again
start to satisfy their football cravings since the Gladiators moved to the city back in 2008. The team instantly won over
the hearts of Cleveland fans by making the playoffs and proving that they are among the best of the best in the AFL. Get your
tickets to all of the most exciting Cleveland Gladiators AFL games from StubHub and head out to Quicken Loans Arena to show
On June 7th the Iowa Barnstormers come to Quicken Loans Arena looking to take down the Gladiators in an
American Conference showdown. A week later the Gladiators face off against the New Orleans Voodoo at home on the 14th. A game
looming large on the schedule is on Friday, June 27th when the Tampa Bay Storm come to Quicken Loans Arena. The Storm are
historically one of the best teams in the league and teams are constantly looking to take them down a peg. Two more home games
remain on the home schedule for the Gladiators during the regular season, the first of which is on July 5th against the Portland
Thunder. The final regular season home game is on July 19th against the Jacksonville Sharks. This will be the last chance
for fans to come out and show the Gladiators some love before they head on to the playoffs and hopefully an AFL championship.
Get tickets for all of the biggest Cleveland Gladiators matchups right here on StubHub.
have been steamrolling the competition on their way to the top of the American Conference standings and it would appear as
though nothing can stop them or even slow them down on their way to a conference title. Led by superstar quarterback Shane
Austin who not only leads the team in passing but also in rushing, the Gladiators have been piling up win after win during
the 2014 season. The Gladiators seem to have weapons at every position and every team stepping onto the field with them this
season so far has appeared woefully over-matched. There is no better time than now to jump on the Cleveland Gladiators bandwagon
as they continue their march to an Arena Bowl victory.
Football fans in general are among
the most passionate sports fans around, but nothing quite matches the fanaticism surrounding the Arena Football League, and
Cleveland Gladiators fans are always some of the most vociferous and passionate fans in the entire AFL. On game day at Quicken
Loans Arena, the fans file in and take their seats when the cheering and chanting begins. As the clock winds down closer and
closer to the opening kick off the crowd works itself into a frenzy. Finally both teams are ready for kick off and the excitement
really begins. Thunderous, bone rattling hits, incredible displays of speed and agility, powerful runs, and tremendous passes
and catches set the arena on fire for the following four quarters of world class arena football. By the time the final whistle
blows your voice is hoarse and your palms are stinging from clapping and giving high fives and you will already be planning
a return trip.
Cleveland Gladiators Arena Football League
The Arena Football League is the best of the
best when it comes to indoor football in the United States and is the third-longest running professional football league in
North America, behind only the National Football League and the Canadian Football League. Each of the fourteen teams play
18 regular season games with two bye weeks all the while trying to position themselves for a spot in the playoffs where they
can hopefully make a run to the Arena Bowl. The league has been so successful that for nine years it even had a developmental
league, the af2. To date the Tampa Bay Storm lead the way as the most successful franchise in league history having won five
Arena Bowl championships. If you are looking for fast paced football action full of big hits and high scoring there is no
better place to be than the Arena Football League.
The Cleveland Gladiators moved to Cleveland
from Las Vegas in 2009, prior to becoming the Las Vegas Gladiators in 2002 the franchise was known as the New Jersey Gladiators
from 2001 to 2002 after changing their name from the New Jersey Red Dogs which was the name when the franchise was founded
in 1997. Three former Gladiators have gone on to induction to the Arena Football Hall of Fame: Stevie Thomas, George LaFrance,
and Clint Dolezel.