Alabama Crimson Tide Event Tickets
With so many nationally ranked varsity sports, it’s easy to see why Alabama Crimson Tide tickets sell out so quickly. The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, was founded in 1820. Crimson Tide athletics hosts a total of 21 varsity sports teams, including baseball and soccer. They compete in the NCAA Division I Southeastern Conference (SEC). The Alabama rowing teams compete in the Big 12 Conference. Big Al is the costumed mascot and is a giant elephant with a floppy nose. The athletics department has been awarded a total of 27 NCAA championships, with 17 of those going to the football team. They last won the College Football Playoff National Championship during the 2017 season. Secure your Alabama Crimson Tide tickets through TicketSmarter, so you never miss a moment of live entertainment. Roll Tide!
Alabama Crimson Tide Ticket Prices
The opponent will significantly impact the price of the ticket. The sport will also affect the overall price. Alabama softball tickets will be cheaper than football tickets. You can purchase a season pass for football to save time and money. The further into the football season, the more expensive the tickets will become like most of those games are conference games.
How much are Alabama Crimson Tide tickets?
For Alabama basketball tickets, those start at $6 per game. Football parking passes start at $23 per game and can range up to $150. Alabama football tickets start at $27 and average about $100. Using the TicketSmarter seating chart, you can quickly narrow down your search by price or location to find the best available Crimson Tide seats.
Alabama Crimson Tide Schedule
The annual Iron Bowl features the Alabama football teams facing off against the Auburn University football team. This rivalry game is one of the most highly anticipated and intense football games in all of college sports. Other team rivalries include Mississippi State University in baseball and basketball and are known as the Alabama vs. Mississippi Rivalry. They also compete against the University of Florida in softball and the University of Georgia in gymnastics. As a member of the SEC, they will face off against the University of Arkansas and the University of Missouri. Football plays in the fall, while Crimson Tide basketball starts in early November. Alabama gymnastics begins in early January with softball and baseball starting in early February. Secure your tickets now through TicketSmarter, so you never miss a moment of Crimson Tide athletics.
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When do Alabama Crimson Tide tickets go on sale?
Because the University offers sports that start all year round, tickets are constantly going on sale. If you want football tickets, those typically go on sale in the summer after the schedule has been released. While winter sports tickets usually go on sale less than a month away from the start of the regular college basketball season in early November. Spring sports like gymnastics or baseball go on sale in late January. Check out TicketSmarter for all of your Crimson Tide ticket-buying needs.
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Alabama offers multiple top-tier sports complexes for all of its student-athletes to utilize. Some of the stadiums include the Alabama Tennis Stadium, Bailey Track Stadium, and the Alabama Aquatics Center. The size ranges from 1,500 people up to 100,000 fans. Alabama athletics, there is nothing like it.
Rhoads Stadium is home to the Alabama softball team and opened in 2000. This 3,940 capacity facility was built for $2.2 million and is one of the largest softball ballparks that has a single affiliation with a single university. Over the years, it has hosted the NCAA Softball Regionals 11 times. The first game played at the stadium was against the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). The Crimson Tide softball team won that game 7-1.
The Sewell-Thomas Stadium is home to the Alabama baseball team. Nicknamed The Joe after former head coach Joe Sewell, it opened in 1948. This facility has a capacity of 8,500; 5,800 of that are reserved seats, and 2,700 is for the students. The 2015 renovation added 12 suites, improved all player areas, including a new locker room and a weight room. The canopy was extended over the main bank of seats. When looking out past right field, fans can see the Coleman Coliseum.
The Coleman Coliseum is home to the Alabama Crimson Tide men’s and women’s basketball teams as well as the women’s gymnastics squad. Built in 1965, this 15,383 capacity facility has hosted concerts and other live events when not being used for sports. The first game played at the coliseum was against Samford University on February 1. The last major renovation was during the 2005 season when the entire building was modernized.
The Alabama Crimson Tide football team plays inside the 101,821-seat Bryant–Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa. The Alabama sideline is sectioned A through N with the best seats in section G or H as those are directly on the 50-yard line. The stadium has many premium options, including lodge boxes and the Ivory Club. Cheer on Big Al when you secure your Alabama football tickets today.
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