LRaiders of the National Football League (NFL) They will debut in Las Vegas, after their third move to the city in less than four decades, a nightclub at the foot of the country, a new way to enjoy the show while the public has a drink accompanied by the music of a DJ, but without losing the proximity to the game. The Wynn Casino has announced that Wynn Field Club will be part of the game day experience at Allegiant Stadium.
It’s a unique experience on NFL game day. The club will occupy almost 3,000 square meters of the entire north end zone, and will feature DJs and bottle service. It will give the Allegiant Stadium an authentic Las Vegas atmosphere.
It will have everything you would expect from a high-end nightclub in Las Vegas: premium bottle service, two DJ booths, 42 televisions, a 9 by 10 meter LED screen and a 45,000 watt sound system.
Your last move
The team was born in Oakland, a city located on the San Francisco Bay, in California. Two Super Bowls, in 1977 (against Minnesota Vikings) and 1981 (against Philadelphia Eagles), preceded the first transfer: In 1982, the team moved to Los Angeles. There they won another Super Bowl in 1984 (against the Washington Redskins).
The Raiders have broken down several barriers. Was the first NFL team to have a black head coach (Art Shell, in 1989) and the pioneer in having a woman as CEO: Amy Trask, between 1997 and 2013.
In 1995, they decided to return to Oakland, where they stayed for more than two decades. In 2015 they announced their intention to return to Los Angeles, but it involved building and sharing a stadium in Carson with the Chargers. The NFL only approved the relocation of the Chargers. Thus, they remained in Oakland until in 2017 the league gave the go-ahead for a new move to Las Vegas in 2020.