About Us …
Who we are
We’re a group of Las Vegas Raiders fans in North Carolina who get together to watch Raiders football, socialize and have fun the way only Raider fans can! Our group was founded on August 31st, 2012 — when our team was still in Oakland. We invite Raider Nation in Durham, Chapel Hill, Raleigh, Greensboro, Burlington, Mebane, Hillsborough – everywhere – to join us.
Where we meet
Due to COVID-19 restrictions impacting businesses across the state of North Carolina our location for the 2020 season has yet to be confirmed.
For the 2019 football season we are meeting at a new location.
The Neighborhood Sports Bar and Arcade at 301 N. Harrison Ave., Cary, NC 27513
The Latest Oakland Raiders News
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- [Sporting News] – Is Marshawn Lynch playing or retired in 2020? What to know about RB’s status, possibility of another Seahawks returnMarshawn Lynch technically is not retired, but he is not exactly waiting for a phone call from Seattle or anybody else in 2020.
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- The $2 billion, 65,000-seat stadium was constructed in 31 months and chalk full of special features.
- ESPN’s new announcing crew happily navigating the pandemic for the chance to work on this national stage.
- The Las Vegas Raiders need to bring their ‘A’ game against the New Orleans Saints if the want to start the season with a 2-0 […]
- The Las Vegas Raiders will not have a full deck against the New Orleans Saints on Monday Nigth Football, some of their injuries are more […]
- Raiders quarterback is ready to kick off Las Vegas era at Allegiant Stadium on Monday
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