Where Will Raiders Play After 2018 Season?

Apr 12, 2017, 00:51
Where Will Raiders Play After 2018 Season?

This would probably push Mark Davis into moving the team by the 2018 season.

"I feel the pain of our fans in Oakland". Until then, they will continue to call Oakland home.

It's the third National Football League franchise to move in recent years. I'm not a die-hard Raiders fan, but I do support the city of Oakland, so it ain't for me. "If I were the fans I wouldn't attend a game for the next two years but that's just me". I won't attend a game, and I'm not a diehard Raiders fan, but I do support the city of Oakland. Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News quotes a league source that says the Pegulas "want the team to have some success" before putting out their palms for public money, but the team's current lease is up in 2022 so the conversation is coming.

"As I sit here and see a vote that takes the Raiders to Las Vegas, I am overwhelmed with emotion", Carr wrote in a statement released by the Raiders. Other funding for the $1.9 billion stadium project includes $500 million from the Raiders and a $650 million loan from Bank of America, after Las Vegas Sands Corp. Kaval hopes that a new ballpark will draw more players toward Oakland, helping the A's back into contention.

Raider Nation and East Bay officials are still trying to come to grips with the announcement that the Raiders have the green light to pull up stakes, and season ticket holders got a little salt in their wounds Tuesday. I feel the pain of our fans in Oakland.

Meanwhile, with all the excitement that permeated Las Vegas, there was just as much angst in Oakland.

"So Las Vegas, you can count on us bringing a piece of Oakland with us and you are getting a tough, loyal, and competitive fan base and team".

How would you advise the team's PR and social media teams to further promote the move, PR Daily readers? Hunt, who didn't actually make his decision until this past week, wanted the Raiders to stay in Oakland.

The Raiders will also be the second professional sports franchise in Las Vegas following the NHL's Golden Knights, who will begin play in 2017-18.