11/12/2013 1:46 PM -

Now that the Jacksonville Sharks' 2014 schedule has been released, we want YOUR input! As you may know, we have a "theme night" associated with each of our home games, such as "Halloween in June" or "Christmas in July." This season, we are giving you, our fans, the chance to pick one of the theme nights for the upcoming season.

This crowd-sourced theme night will be selected through a two-step process. Beginning Tuesday, fans may submit their theme night suggestions by email at [email protected]. Please include both a title and a few sentences describing why that particular theme would be a great choice. This email will be open for suggestions until 2:00 p.m. on Friday, November 15.

Once all suggestions have been submitted, we will select three finalists. You will be able to vote for your favorite choice in a poll on our Facebook page through the close of business on Monday, November 18. At that time, whichever theme night holds the most votes will become a part of the 2014 season!

Before sending in your submissions, please note that we are looking for NEW ideas! Many of our most popular theme nights will be returning in 2014, so we ask you to use your imagination and let us know what YOU want to see. We look forward to seeing your suggestions!

About the Jacksonville Sharks

The Jacksonville Sharks are members of the Arena Football League (AFL). The ArenaBowl XXIV and four-time South Division Champions are presented by Sea Best Seafood and play all home games on Sea Best Field at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. Season Tickets for the 2014 season are now on sale, two tickets as low as $185. To reserve your season tickets, or for more information, please call (904) 621-0700. Follow the Sharks on facebook at and on Twitter @jaxsharks, as well as the Attack Dance Team at and Chum at

About the AFL

Since its inception in 1987, the Arena Football League has showcased a fast-paced and exciting game to millions of fans in a myriad of markets across the country. CBS Sports Network will broadcast an AFL National Game of the Week on Saturday nights for the entire season. The AFL schedule then culminates with the ArenaBowl Championship game pitting the American Conference Champions versus the National Conference Champions for the James F. Foster Trophy.