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Enjoy Louisville Football Season at Marriott Louisville
Enjoy Louisville Football Season at Marriott Louisville

Gear Up for Cardinals Football Season

Football season is almost here, which means it’s time to start planning your next visit to Louisville to cheer on the Louisville Cardinals football team! As always, the Cardinals will be playing their home games at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium, a state-of-the-art sports venue with 55,000 seats, including 45 luxury suites.

When it comes to Cardinals football, anything is possible, but with star quarterback (and Heisman Trophy winner) Lamar Jackson leading the pack and new offensive line coach Mike Summers, fans are definitely eyeing a run at the conference championship.

The 2017 Season starts on Saturday, September 2nd when the Cardinals will be taking on Purdue. Check out the list below for a complete schedule of Louisville Cardinals home games.

  • September 2nd – vs Purdue
  • September 16th – vs Clemson
  • September 23rd – vs Kent State
  • September 30th – vs Murray State
  • October 14th – vs Boston College
  • November 11th – vs Virginia
  • November 18th – vs Syracuse

Relax After the Game at Louisville Marriott Downtown

Whether you plan on attending one game or have season tickets, you’ll enjoy the perfect blend of comfort, convenience, and team spirit at the Marriott Louisville Downtown. We’re less than four miles from all the action, and offer the residential-style comforts that make it easy to be away from home.

After the game, you’ll love the premier bedding, 42” HDTVs and thoughtful amenities in our guest rooms and suites. Our stellar downtown location also makes it easy to explore the city’s top attractions, including the 4th Street Live Entertainment District, the Urban Bourbon Trail, and Churchill Downs. Check out our Quick Area Guide for even more fun ideas for your Louisville getaway.

Get ready to cheer on the Cardinals and book your room today at one of the top-rated hotels near the University of Louisville.

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