Falcons-Panthers Game Information


The Falcons continue the 2009 regular season at the Georgia Dome Sunday, Sept. 20 at 1 p.m. when the Carolina Panthers come to town. The Falcons will wear throwback uniformsto honor the 1966 team. Atlanta put the pedal to the metal offensively last year in a convincing 45-28 home win over the rival Panthers.

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Maps and Directions

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Dome Policies

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Code of Conduct

Review the Fan Code of Conductif you're heading to the Georgia Dome. Click here for more fan information.

Season Ticket Holders

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Game Entertainment

National Anthem
Tyna QRaised just north of Atlanta, Georgia in the suburbs of Alpharetta, this 16 year-old Latin Teen Pop Idol is hoping to bring a positive message to the youth of the Hispanic community. In addition to singing, Tyna is also bilingual and loves dancing, songwriting, modeling, acting, and playing instruments. She is also striving to learn the tools of becoming a teen producer. Tyna has performed over 500 shows some of which include: BET Showcase, Fox 5 Good Day Atlanta, Six Flags over Georgia, and many more. Her talents have allowed her to be on many radio stations spanning from New York, to Houston, to Chicago. Being young and bilingual has inspired Tyna to want to give back to education all over the Nation. She is very excited and thankful for this opportunity presented to her today!

Color Guard
Georgia National Guard
The Honor Guard represents the Georgia National Guard and the Department of the Army at events such as funerals, memorial services, and other Color Guard missions. Primarily the Honor Guard is trained and resourced to provide professional and dignified honors to our fallen Soldiers and veterans throughout the State. The Honor Guard is comprised of 24 Active Duty personnel and 52 traditional Georgia Guardsman. In 2009, the Georgia National Guard honored over 1600 veterans and conducted 25 Ceremonial and Memorial events throughout the State.

"Honoring Those Who've Served".

Throwback Game
The Atlanta Falcons will wear replica, 1966 jerseys for the team's Week 2 game against the Carolina Panthers and its Week 12 game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers . This is the first time since the team re-designed its logo and uniforms in 2002 that throwback jerseys will be worn. The 2009 Falcons will wear the throwback uniform in place of the alternate jerseys they've worn in previous years (black jersey, black pants). The reasoning for 1966? Well, it was a special year in Atlanta -- the year the NFL awarded a franchise to the city. Rankin M. Smith was awarded the team for $8.5 million. At the time there were 14 NFL franchises in existence, eight AFL clubs. Officially, Atlanta became the 23rd professional football club in existence, the 15th in the NFL prior to the merger. During halftime, we are proud to recognize members of the 1966 team.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket Marching Band
Fresh from celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2008, the 365 member Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket Marching Band is one of the oldest programs in the country. Throughout it's history the Tech Band has performed at such prestigious events as the Citrus Bowl, Gator Bowl, All American Bowl, Aloha Bowl, Seattle Bowl, CarQuest Bowl, Peach Bowl, the Final Fours in Denver and San Antonio, and numerous other NCAA events. Members of the band have performed abroad in Dublin, Ireland, Shanghai and Bejing, China and most recently Sydney, Australia. Students in the Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket Marching Band represent a wide range of colleges and courses of study yet find the music program offers plenty of fellowship, an exceptional musical outlet, and an abundance of school spirit to complete their educational experience. The Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket Marching Band is rich in history and tradition and offers a commitment to campus and community that greatly adds to the quality of life at Georgia Tech. The Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket Marching Band is led under the direction of Chris Moore.

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