|New Orleans Night|
Played in Louisiana Superdome
in New Orleans
|Arena Football League (1991–1992)
|Team colors||Midnight blue, orange, white|
|Head coach||Vince Gibson|
|League championships (0)|
|Conference championships (0)|
Prior to 2005, the AFL did not have conference championship games
|Division championships (0)|
The New Orleans Night were an Arena Football League (AFL) team that competed in the 1991 and 1992 AFL seasons and were based in New Orleans, Louisiana. The team was officially announced at a press conference on March 18, 1991. On April 9, the name Night was unveiled as was Eddie Khayat, former head coach of the Nashville Kats, as head coach.
Main article: 1991 New Orleans Night season
The Night played their home games inside the massive Louisiana Superdome, also home of the NFL New Orleans Saints, which obviously had to be modified considerably to cut the playing surface and fan seating down to a size appropriate to fit arena football. The Superdome used its basketball configuration, previously used for the New Orleans Jazz NBA team and for some special college basketball games and tournament play, for arena football. Using this setup, the dome still had a capacity of 30,000 for the Night. Also, during the 1992 season, the Night used a huge blue curtain to close off the rest of the unused dome, to give a smaller arena feel to it. Team colors were Midnight Blue, Sunset Orange, and Moonlight White. The Night wore Zubaz designed uniforms used during the 1991 season.
Main article: 1992 New Orleans Night season
The team was disbanded after a winless 1992 season.
|New Orleans Night roster|
Wide receivers/Defensive backs
Offensive linemen/Defensive linemen
Rookies in italics
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|Ironman of the Year|
The following Night players were named to All-Arena Teams:
Note: Statistics are correct through the end of the 1992 Arena Football League season.