Pro Bowl Games 2024: Tickets Now Available As NFL Fans Prepare For Its Orlando Return

November 26th, 2023

The Pro Bowl is an event that can be a great way for the NFL to wind down at the end of its conclusion, with fans and players alike able to participate in the festivities.

Scheduled to take place following the conclusion of the Playoffs and in the lead-up to the Super Bowl, there have been a number of changes to the Pro Bowl, including its name to the Pro Bowl Games. These changes have been made for a variety of reasons, which has helped to keep the engagement of this annual event with fans as high as possible.

This year’s event will be taking place at Camping World Stadium in Orlando for the first time in three years, and tickets have already been made available to purchase.

Based on what had been able to achieve last year for the inaugural Pro Bowl Games, there could be a lot of demand for them. According to data, more than 58,000 people had turned up to the games at the Allegiant Stadium - this year’s Super Bowl venue - which was up 16% on the year before.

For those who may be unfortunate not to get tickets due to the likely demand, they will be able to watch the event on TV or through a platform that offers the ability to watch Football Live Online from the comfort of their home. More than 6.4 million viewers watched proceedings last season, and it would not be a surprise if more were to tune in once again after another top NFL season.

What events will take place at the Pro Bowl 2024?

Fans who decide to attend the event will be able to experience a multitude of different activities, with the AFC competing against the NFC across various skill-based games and flag football over multiple days.

Competitions will likely see the return of the Gridiron Gauntlet. This is an event in which six players from the AFC and NFC compete against each other in a team relay race they have to tackle through walls, crawl under doors and climb barriers as they attempt to get across the field the quickest.

It is possible to expect to see the Move the Chains game, too. This game will feature offensive and defensive linemen having to work together to try and move the 3,000 pounds of weight from the wall and then pull it along the ground and access the finish line.

There will be other skill-based challenges for other positional players, with quarterbacks likely to be challenged with their accuracy, while wide receivers may be tested with their catching abilities. These will all take place on the Pro Bowl Skills Show, which can provide a good vibe throughout the entire day.

Flag Football game could be bigger than ever

The Pro Bowl Games recently introduced the concept of a flag football-based game at the end to keep players safe from injury after a long season. However, this year’s could be even bigger with the news that the sport has been included in the 2028 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.

The AFC will be coached by the legendary quarterback Peyton Manning, whereas the NFC will be coached by his brother, Eli, who is a two-time Super Bowl winner with the New York Giants in his own right.

Amid the announcement of the inclusion of flag football, it will be interesting to see what the NFL decides to do regarding the game. With it only being played once a year, could we see the league look to try and adopt an approach to ensure Team USA has a solid chance of winning gold in a sport that many expect them to dominate? Will they look to use it as a way of practicing, or will it be kept the same, and each year will be based on those that deserve to be in the Pro Bowl Games following the season they just had?

It is important to remember that fans currently have the main say when it comes to selecting the AFC and NFC rosters, as they are able to cast votes on who they believe should get the opportunity to go.