NFL Sunday Football

Don’t sit at home, come have some fun
and watch at the Lodge!

The Big Event!

SUPERBOWL Sunday – FEB 4th

Bar Opens @ 11:00AM /

Game Starts @ 3:30PM

Fully Loaded Bloody Elks are on the Menu

It’s a POTLUCK Sunday, so bring your best dish to share with your fellow elks, Appitizers, Entree’s, Snacks or Dessert, BRING IT ON!


Are you ready for some football?

Various Sundays during Football Season, see the dates below!

Catch ALL of the Football games this season at the Elks Lodge with DIRECTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket! Watch every game, all season long on our large screen TVs. Nobody wants to miss the big game and lucky for you the Fremont Elks Lodge is the hot spot where you can watch your favorite NFL (or college) team. The Elks Lodge offers the NFL Sunday Ticket, so, if you aren’t attending the Elks official watch party, be sure to get to the bar well before game time to claim your seat (and your screen).

Fully Loaded Bloody Elks

A Sunday Football Special – Bloody Mary w/ Asparagus, Green Olives, Bacon and Shrimp

Dates the Lodge is open for NFL Games & the Menu for the Day

Click on the Date Below for Menu Items Served that Day!

February 4th - Superbowl

PotLuck, everyone brings a Snack to share!


The 2017 Oakland Raiders season is the 58th overall season of the Oakland Raiders franchise, the franchise’s 48th season in the National Football League, their 24th season since their return to Oakland, and the third under head coach Jack Del Rio. The Raiders are looking to win their first AFC West title since 2002 and the Super Bowl for the first time since 1983, when the club was still in Los Angeles. The Raiders will begin the season on September 10 at the Tennessee Titans and will finish the season December 31 at the Los Angeles Chargers. The Raiders, as they did in 2016, will play one home game in Mexico City, this time against the New England Patriots.[1]

Although the league approved the Raiders’ eventual relocation to Las Vegas on March 27, 2017, the team still maintains its lease at the Oakland–Alameda County Coliseumand intends to use the stadium for at least the next two seasons and, perhaps, 2019.



The 2017 San Francisco 49ers season is the franchise’s 68th season in the National Football League and their 72nd overall. It will also be the first season under the head coach/general manager tandem of Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch. The 49ers will look to improve on their 2–14 record from the 2016 season and attempt to clinch their first playoff berth since 2013. The 49ers will begin the season on September 10 hosting the Carolina Panthers and will finish the season December 31 at the Los Angeles Rams.

Owner Jed York announced that he would hire a new general manager and the new head coach due to a bad season. On January 29, 2017, the 49ers hired John Lynch as their general manager.[1] On February 6, 2017, the 49ers hired Atlanta Falcons‘ offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan as the new coach of the San Francisco 49ers.[2]