By JAMES SCHOEMAKER | SEPTEMBER 17, 2020 12:48PM EDTIt’s a big year for NFL fandom in the United States, with the NFL season opening and the new calendar showing the season ahead, with its first week featuring the new year.
But it’s also the season where we’re seeing the arrival of a lot of new ideas in our own country.
This is the fifth annual NFL FanFest, where we’ll be talking about all the things you should be wearing to watch the games this year.
Here are the 10 things you need to know about the fanfest, from the weather to what to wear to watch your favorite team.
What is it?
The NFL Fanfest is the annual fan convention for NFL fans in the U.S. The first annual event took place in 2008, and the annual FanFest is a celebration of the game.
The fanfest is held on September 16 in Los Angeles.
What are the rules?
The FanFest starts on September 17, when fans will gather in the Los Angeles Convention Center for a series of fan conventions, including the annual NFL fan convention.
There will be a full slate of pregame activities that will also include giveaways, celebrity appearances and more.
What do fans need to do?
There are a lot to keep track of during the FanFest.
We have a full schedule of events here, including:• All fans are welcome to attend• FanFest attendees will receive a fan gear badge for wearing during the festivities• Fan Fest attendees will also receive tickets to the game• Fan fest attendees will have access to all FanFest activities throughout the event• Fans will be able to bring their pets for a day of activities• Fans can bring their own food, beverages and merchandise to be donated to a food bank• Fans may attend a photo booth for the day and get a souvenir signed by the player(s) of their choice• Fans also can meet and greet celebrities and other fans from across the league.
The first fan fest has been held in Los Angles since 2008.
The 2017 FanFest in Atlanta is slated for Sept. 15-16.
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