Falcons-Ravens Game Information

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The Falcons will wind down the 2009 preseason at the Georgia Dome Thursday, Sep. 3 when the Baltimore Ravens come to town. Atlanta is 3-3 overall in the preseason against Baltimore. The Falcons play the Ravens for the fifth time in the last six preseasons.

The Falcons will wear red jerseys for the game.

Click here for more official game information from the Football Communications Department.

Or, check out other vital gameday information...

Maps and Directions

Click here for a map of the area around the Georgia Dome, parking and updated road closures.

Dome Policies

Need to know what you can or can't bring into the stadium or curious about other rules? Visit the Dome Policiespage.

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

Can't be at the game? Season ticket holders can forwardtheir tickets via email. Click here for more ticket information

RELATED LINKS:

  • DIRECTIONS:Directions and traffic information for the Dome
  • TICKETS:Click here for Falcons ticket information
  • SEASON TICKET HOLDERS:Information for Falcons season ticket holders


Game Entertainment

National Anthem
Hayley Wilson

Hayley Wilson is a 16-year-old high school junior and a varsity cheerleader. She began singing for an audience at the age of 11 and has sung at various events including parades, pageants, and non-profit fundraising events. Hayley enjoys working with special needs kids, and her community service with these individuals and other organizations has won her various awards; including a gold medal from the President's Council on Service and Civic Participation. She is the co-founder and operator of a non-profit organization which hosts social events for those with disabilities, and she hopes to become a special education teacher in the future. Hayley is honored to have been chosen to sing the national Anthem for her favorite NFL football team today.

Color Guard
Atlanta Fire Rescue

The Atlanta Fire Rescue Department Honor Guard Team was established in 1979 to perform color guard functions during departmental ceremonies and special programs. After winning several national honor guard competitions, the team expanded its services to include conducting funerals and memorial services for both active and retired Atlanta Fire Rescue (AFR) members. This nationally recognized group is comprised of dedicated active sworn and civilian AFR men and women supported by the department and specific donations directed to the Atlanta Fire Foundation. Membership of the Honor Guard consists of active members of Atlanta Fire Rescue who must be willing to serve when called upon. The AFR Honor Guard Team have a long history of performing in the pregame activities for all the Atlanta Professional Sports Organizations, such as Georgia Force Football, Atlanta Braves Baseball, Atlanta Hawks Basketball, Atlanta Thrashers Hockey, and Atlanta Dream Basketball of the WNBA.

Today, the pride of Riverside Military Academy, Riverside's Color Guard, represents our academy and the guests of the Georgia Dome with the presentation of colors. Members of Riverside Military Academy's Color Guard are the leaders among campus leaders, which promote pride, citizenship and respect through the display of the colors. This group of outstanding young men represent the academy at many local and national community events including the upcoming Atlanta Veterans Day Parade, which will be held on November 7, 2009 in downtown Atlanta. For more information about Riverside Military Academy, please visit www.riversidemilitary.com or call 800-GO-CADET.

Halftime
Youth Football

For the sixth consecutive year, the Atlanta Falcons and USA Football have partnered to encourage more young athletes to play football and celebrate the sport. That Atlanta Falcons would like to welcome the following two teams in tonight's halftime youth football game: McDonough Youth Association Georgia Bulldogs v McDonough Youth Association Crimson Tide. To find out how your youth football teams can play in next year's pre-season games, call 404.223.8444 for more information.

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