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Pep Rally

Fri, Sep 20 | 6:30pm

Wild Heaven Beer, Beltline

Join the Fighting Irish fans to cheer on Notre Dame football as they prepare to go head-to-head with the Georgia Bulldogs.

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Fall Crawl

Fri, Sep 20 | 9:00pm

Atlanta Beltline, Atlanta Westside

Come sample the coolest local drafts at our favorite hot spots!

Sponsored by ND Atlanta Young Alumni.

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Tailgate Party

Sat, Sep 21 | 3:00pm

The Classic Center, Athens

Shake down the thunder as we prepare for the UGA Bulldogs! The official tailgate party of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.

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“Notre Dame Day” at SunTrust Park

Sun, Sep 22 | 1:20pm

SunTrust Park, Atlanta

Notre Dame Day at SunTrust Park! Enjoy a fun day at the ballpark as the Braves take on the Giants at 1:20 p.m.

Game Day Mass

Sat, Sep 21 | 1:00pm

Clarke Central High School, Basketball Arena, Athens

Mass will be celebrated at Clarke Central High School at UGA prior to the game against Georgia. Sponsored by the Catholic Center at UGA,

Game Day Bus Transportation

Sat, Sep 21 | 2:00pm

Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel, Atlanta

Looking for a ride to/from the big game? We’ve got you covered!

Game Day Parking

Sat, Sep 21

Downtown Athens

The Club has picked up a limited supply of parking spaces near The Classic Center and UGA’s campus.

Travel Packages

Sept 20 -22

Atlanta & Athens

Anthony Travel has several packages including tickets, hotel, transportation and event packages available.



Rivalry Highlights

2019 marks just the second regular season game, and third meeting overall, between these college football bluebloods, with the University of Georgia winning the first two contests.


September 9, 2017

Notre Dame Stadium

#15 UGA 20-#24 Notre Dame 19

Georgia edges Notre Dame on late field goal, fumble recover, in Georgia’s first trip to the Midwest in over 50 years.


1981 Sugar Bowl

Superdome, New Orleans

#1 UGA 17-#7 Notre Dame 10

Georgia defeats Notre Dame to win National Championship.


Local Attractions


College Football Hall of Fame

Play like a legend at the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame. Immerse yourself in must-see exhibits with content personalized to your favorite team, historical artifacts, a three-story helmet wall and the inspirational Hall of Fame rotunda that memorializes college football legends.

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Georgia Aquarium

Dive inside Georgia Aquarium and explore a world under the sea with whale sharks, beluga whales and other marine life.


World of Coca-Cola

The World of Coca-Cola is a museum, located in Atlanta, Georgia, showcasing the history of The Coca-Cola Company.

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Centennial Olympic Park

Centennial Olympic Park opened in 1996 and served as the world’s gathering spot during the Summer Olympics. Today, this 22-acre urban greenspace serves as Georgia’s lasting legacy of the Centennial Olympic Games and anchors efforts to revitalize development in Georgia’s capital city.

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Ponce City Market / Beltline

In 2014, Ponce City Market began to reopen the fully renovated Sears, Roebuck & Company building, restoring its prominence as a vital landmark in Atlanta’s burgeoning Old Fourth Ward. Linked directly to the Atlanta BeltLine, and situated across from Historic Fourth Ward Park, our iconic stretch of Ponce de Leon Avenue is a major part of the redevelopment movement at the crossroads of Atlanta’s most established neighborhoods.

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Six Flags Over Georgia

Atlanta's biggest, most popular family attraction featuring dozens of thrill rides, shows, and activities.


Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park

The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park consists of several buildings in Atlanta, Georgia, including Martin Luther King Jr.'s boyhood home and the original Ebenezer Baptist Church, the church where King was baptized and both his father Martin Luther King Sr. and he were pastors.


Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park showcases the rich and cultural history of Civil War where over 67,000 soldiers died in Atlanta.