The Raiders Will Have Bottle Service And DJs In Part Of Allegiant Stadium

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The Las Vegas Raiders have an embarrassing seating plan for fans attending games.

According to Mick Akers, Allegiant Stadium will feature the Wynn Field Club at the north end zone, and it’s a bonkers seating concept. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

The area is 11,000 square feet, features bottle service, DJs and 42 televisions. Yes, the Raiders have turned part of their football stadium into a club.

If you’re a real fan, you can’t like this garbage at all. Football isn’t a flashy sport. It’s not a sexy sport.

It’s a sport where grit wins the day and cheap beer rules the stands. Bottle service? Are you kidding me?

This decisions spits on the legacy of the NFL and spits in the face of fans everywhere.

If you think turning a football stadium into a club is a good idea, then I don’t want anything to do with you. If you think football is a sport where expensive clear alcohols should be served instead of Busch Light, then please walk off of a cliff.

A football game isn’t a social event. It’s the opportunity to earn a win, and there’s nothing about clubs that go hand-in-hand with winning on the field.