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LA Kiss, California's premiere arena football team, is ready to tackle the competition this season. Don't miss your chance to get in on the action; score your LA Kiss football tickets now!
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LA Kiss Football Tickets

The LA Kiss is California's premiere arena football team. It is best known for being owned by two of the biggest names in rock, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, both members of the iconic band Kiss. Purchase your LA Kiss tickets today and watch some of the most talented athletes in arena football compete against hard-hitting teams like the Arizona Rattlers and the Tampa Bay Storm.

The LA Kiss brings arena football back to Southern California after the AFL discontinued the last Socal team in 2008. Simmons and Stanley have been known for their fast-paced high-action concerts and always wanted to be a part of the AFL action. The two rock 'n' roll legends had an opportunity to become part owners of a California-based AFL team and brought the idea to AFL veteran Brett Bouchy, Doc McGhee from McGhee Entertainment and AFL commissioner Jerry B. Kurz in the summer of 2013.

In March 2014, the LA Kiss stepped into the Alamodome, the home of the San Antonio Talons. The competition was fierce and neither side had the advantage at halftime. A few botched plays by the Talons and a clutch field goal by Kiss kicker Kenny Spencer secured the win for LA, 41-38.