Go hog wild with Arkansas Razorbacks tickets. Located in Fayetteville, the University of Arkansas was founded in 1871. The Arkansas athletics department sponsors 19 varsity sports teams in the NCAA as a member of the SEC. Arkansas Razorbacks football participates in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). The Razorbacks currently have 47 national championships, with the Arkansas Razorbacks track & field men’s and women’s teams claiming 34. Cheer on dem hogs on when you buy Arkansas Razorbacks tickets.
The Razorbacks men’s basketball team won the 1994 NCAA Tournament. The Razorbacks baseball team reached the 2018 NCAA College World Series but was defeated by Oregon State University. The Razorbacks are the official mascot for the university. The name was coined in 1909 after the football head coach claimed his victorious team played like a ‘wild band of razorback hogs.’ The student body confirmed the mascot change the following year. They were previously known as the Cardinals. The live Russain boar named Tusk V can be seen at football games, which are played at the Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. He is the official live mascot for the university and the direct descendant of Tusk I, which first appeared in 1997.
The University of Arkansas features a family of costumed mascots including Big Red, known commonly as the Fighting Razorback. Sue E is the female hog known for her dancing and quick costume changes. Pork Chop is a kid-friendly mascot. Boss Hog is the nine-foot-tall inflatable hog mascot that can be seen most frequently at home basketball games.
Woooooooooo, Pig! Sooie! Now known as a Hog Call, this cheer is used before home football games at Razorback Stadium and before tipoff at the Bud Walton Arena. This tradition has unknown origins but is suspected to have started in the 1920s by farmers in the stands squealing like pigs to encourage a Razorback victory. This cheer can be heard throughout the SEC and especially when the University of Arkansas alums meet up in public places.
Arkansas Razorbacks Ticket Prices
Arkansas Razorbacks ticket prices depend on who the team plays and which sport. For cheaper tickets, purchase your Razorbacks tickets for games held during the week like basketball games. Cheaper seats are available at Razorback Stadium in the E5200 sections. Check out the TicketSmarter seating chart to find the best tickets.
How much are Arkansas Razorbacks tickets?
Arkansas Razorbacks football tickets start at $25 for the Upper E522 section. For football tickets in section W101, expect to pay close to $1,758 per seat. Basketball and baseball game tickets are cheaper than football tickets.
Arkansas Razorbacks Schedule
As a member of the SEC, the Razorbacks will play Auburn University, Mississippi State University and the University of Alabama. The Hogs have a few rivalries across all varsity sports including football, basketball and baseball. The first is the Arkansas Razorbacks vs. the Texas A&M Aggies, which is played annually at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Next is the battle for the Golden Boot trophy between the Arkansas Razorbacks and the LSU Tigers in football. They also compete against each other in the run-up to the College World Series in baseball. Don’t miss out when the Arkansas Razorbacks and Missouri Tigers football teams match up at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. The Razorbacks have competed against the University of Kentucky in basketball every year since the early 1990s. For more information on the Arkansas Razorbacks schedule, check the TicketSmarter events calendar.
When do Arkansas Razorbacks tickets go on sale?
With so many sports hosted at the University of Arkansas, tickets are constantly going on sale. For football and fall sports tickets, those typically go on sale in the summer after the schedule has been released. Razorbacks men’s basketball releases tickets during September and October. The Arkansas Razorbacks baseball schedule is released in February, with tickets going on sale quickly thereafter.
Arkansas Razorbacks Seating Chart
Home to the Razorbacks baseball team is the Baum-Walker Stadium at George Cole Field. This 11,129 capacity ballpark opened in 1996 and is located in Fayetteville. Most of the seats are under a canopy, with the general admission seats in the left-field open to the elements. There are numerous suites available thanks to two renovations at the Baum-Walker Stadium.
The Bud Walton Arena is home to the Arkansas Razorbacks men’s and women’s basketball teams. This indoor sports facility opened in 1992 and holds the record for the fifth-largest, on-campus arena in the nation. Up to 19,368 people can be in the arena. The student section is known as the Trough and was reconfigured when additional suites were added before the 2008-09 season. The arena currently houses 47 suites. The team benches are in front of sections 115 through 120.
Commonly known as just Razorback Stadium, the Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium is home to the Arkansas Razorbacks football team. This 76,212-capacity stadium opened in 1938 and features 132 suites. The north endzone features the newly constructed Touchdown Club, which is less than 30 feet from the field. There is also the Cardinal Club and the SEC Club.
Arkansas Razorbacks Athletic Teams
- Basketball (Men’s)
- Basketball (Women’s)
- Cross Country (Men’s)
- Cross Country (Women’s)
- Golf (Men’s)
- Golf (Women’s)
- Soccer (Women’s)
- Swimming & Diving (Women’s)
- Tennis (Men’s)
- Tennis (Women’s)
- Track & Field (Men’s)
- Track & Field (Women’s)
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