Posted on October 9, 2019
By Annalece Anhalt-Slaughter
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This. Is. Everything. The Philadelphia Flyers made a major upgrade at the Wells Fargo Center for disgruntled fans: the Disassembly Room. In the room, fans work out their rage on dishes, guitars, and even televisions – all for a fee. We’ve seen rage rooms popping up over the last few years, and we can’t think of a better place to have one than IN your team’s stadium. Especially if it’s been more than a few years since your team has made it past the first round of playoffs. We can think of a few teams that may want to look at making a similar addition – we’re looking at you, Cincinnati Bengals, Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Orioles, and Detroit Tigers.
We understand disgruntled fans – we ARE disgruntled fans. How else do you think the Fan Controlled Football League came to fruition? But we think having a rage room on hand at games could have helped some people from making serious mistakes. Fans, do you think there’s benefit to using one of these rooms? Do you want to see something similar put in place at the home of FCFL games? Or, if you’re not local, would you like to see recommendations for a rage room near you? Let us know!
Power To The Fans!