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The New Orleans Saints are a professional football team, a member of the Southern Division of the National Football Conference of the National Football League. The club was established in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1967.
In 2009 the New Orleans Saints won their first Super Bowl Championship (XLIV). The team owns one Conference title (2009), and five Division titles (1991, 2000, 2006, 2009, 2011). In their history, the Saints have made nine Playoff appearances: 1987, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2000, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011.
Throughout the years the club has retired four numbers - 31 Jim Taylor, 81 Doug Atkins, 51 Sam Mills, 57 Rickey Jackson. Although these numbers are officially retired, some of them are assigned to active players.
The home stadium of the team is the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, located in the Central Business District of New Orleans. The capacity of the facility is 76,468 seats.
Since 2006, the head coach of the New Orleans Saints is Sean Payton. The Active Roster of the team includes the players: 42 Isa Abdul-Quddus, 40 Jonathon Amaya, 87 Adrian Arrington, 9 Drew Brees, 71 Charles Brown, 74 Jermon Bushrod, 59 Nate Bussey, 4 Sean Canfield, 52 Jonathan Casillas, 97 Jeff Charleston, 45 Jed Collins, 12 Marques Colston, 10 Chase Daniel, 60 Brian de la Puente, 47 Justin Drescher, 56 Jo-Lonn Dunbar, 98 Sedrick Ellis, 73 Jahri Evans, 99 Aubrayo Franklin, 93 Junior Galette, 89 John Gilmore, 80 Jimmy Graham, 33 Jabari Greer, 35 Korey Hall, Daniel Hardy, 41 Roman Harper, 5 Garrett Hartley, 19 Devery Henderson, 54 Will Herring, 81 Michael Higgins, Nick Howell, 54 Ramon Humber, 84 Tory Humphrey, Jerimiha Hunter, 28 Mark Ingram, 29 Chris Ivory, 27 Malcolm Jenkins, 96 Tom Johnson, 94 Cameron Jordan, 2 John Kasay, 75 Mitch King, 90 Turk McBride, Kamaal Mcllwain, 76 Pat McQuistan, 17 Robert Meachem, 68 Swanson Miller, 16 Lance Moore, 13 Joseph Morgan, 6 Thomas Morstead, 77 Carl Nicks, 70 Eric Olsen, Cord Parks, 32 Johnny Patrick, 22 Tracy Porter, 21 Patrick Robinson, 15 Courtney Roby, 92 Shaun Rogers, 79 Greg Romeus, 58 Scott Shanle, 91 Will Smith, 43 Darren Sproles, 64 Zach Strief, 14 Andy Tanner, 36 Chris Taylor, 65 Matt Tennant, 85 David Thomas, 23 Pierre Thomas, 24 Leigh Torrence, Phil Trautwein, 72 Fenuki Tupou, Josh Victorian, 51 Jonathan Vilma, 95 Martez Wilson.
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The Mercedes-Benz Superdome is located in
New Orleans, USA at
1500 Sugar Bowl Drive,
Mercedes-Benz Superdome is located in New Orleans, Louisiana. The dome
was originally named Louisiana Superdome and is known as The Superdome, The Dome,
The Spirit on the Bayou and The Big Beamer. It
is the home of the New Orleans Saints NFL Football Team. Other
than NFL Football it can be used for various other sporting events including
Tulane Green Wave NCAA Football, the BCS National Championship NCAA
Football Game (every 4 years), the Sugar Bowl NCAA Football Game,
the State Farm Bayou Classic NCAA Football Game, the New Orleans Bowl
NCAA Football Game, MLB Baseball, and both Professional and NCAA Basketball.
The Super Bowl has been hosted there six times and will be the location
of the Super Bowl XLVII (in 2013). The stadium can also be used for concerts,
conventions and trade shows. On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina hit
New Orleans and significant damage was done to the Superdome. The building
was used to house survivors of the storm until they could be evacuated to
the surrounding states that could offer refuge. It was opened in
August of 1975. The stadium capacity is 76,468 seats for football, 55,675 seats
for basketball and 63,525 seats for baseball. It was built at a cost of $134 million
dollars and post Katrina renovations were made at a cost of $193 million dollars.
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