Auburn Tigers Football Tickets
Join in the fun when you buy your Auburn football tickets today. Located in Auburn, Alabama is Auburn University home to the Tigers football team. Their first season was held in 1892; they went 2-2 that first season. The Tigers joined the Southeastern Conference (SEC) in 1932 as a founding member school. Today the team has earned two NCAA national championships, competes in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) with over 40 bowl game appearances. Their most recent bowl game win came in 2018 when they defeated Purdue University in the Music City Bowl at the Nissan Stadium in Nashville. The Tigers have produced three Heisman Trophy winners including Pat Sullivan, Bo Jackson, and Cam Newton. Home games are played at the Jordan-Hare Stadium featuring the all grass Pat Dye field. The stadium opened in 1939 and can become the fifth-largest city in the state with a capacity of 87,451. Buy your Auburn football tickets today.
One of the best rivalries in all of college sports is when the University of Alabama football team plays the Auburn Tigers, football team. This game is held annually and is deemed the Iron Bowl. Alabama currently leads the series 46-37-1. Traditions at the University run deep with some traditions even being copied by other athletic departments. The Tiger Walk features the entire team walking down from the Auburn Athletic Complex to the Jordan-Hare Stadium with the streets lined with fans. The War Eagle is as old as football at Auburn. Claimed to be an injured eagle captured during the Civil War, an eagle soaring overhead during the game against the University of Georgia. Though the eagle crashed and died at the conclusion of the game, rumor has it that the spirit of the eagle lives on whenever someone chats War Eagle. The current eagle is named Aurea and was trained in 2000 to soar above home games in Auburn. Aubie the Tiger is the team mascot. Secure your Auburn Tigers football tickets today.
Auburn Tigers Football Ticket Prices
Ticket prices for home games at Jordan-Hare Stadium range depending on the team. Cheaper tickets are typically found for non-conference games. You can purchase single-game day tickets or purchase a season pass so you never miss a game. Available at TicketSmarter are parking passes to save you time as well.
How much are Auburn Tigers Football tickets?
Tigers football tickets start at $54 for a single game ticket. For tickets for the Chick-Fil-A kickoff classic at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, expect to pay around $250 per ticket. When you buy your Auburn Tigers Football tickets through TicketSmarter, you can sort by price or location to find the best available seats.
Fans looking for Auburn Tigers Football tickets online can find them on TicketSmarter for every game of the season. Ticket prices for the current season are starting at $19.00 and going for prices as high as $9753.00. The average ticket price per game this football season is $285.71. There are 9 2021 Auburn Tigers Football Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) tickets available on TicketSmarter for the upcoming game on September 3rd, 2021 at TBD. Fans can score tickets for the game at prices between $963.00 and $1285.00. Grab your tickets today and cheer on your favorite team at Jordan-Hare Stadium, 2047 Eaves Memorial Coliseum, Auburn, AL.
Auburn Tigers Football Schedule
As a member of the SEC, the Tigers play the University of Kentucky and Texas A&M University. The Tigers football schedule also includes teams like the University of Arkansas and Louisiana State University. Don’t miss out on any of the excitement, buy your football tickets today. When you use the TicketSmarter events calendar, you can easily find all the upcoming Auburn Tigers football schedule.
The Auburn Tigers Football schedule has a total of 14 football games left to be played during the season. One of the highlights of the football season will be the Auburn Tigers vs. Alabama Crimson Tide game at Jordan-Hare Stadium, 2047 Eaves Memorial Coliseum, Auburn, AL. The game is scheduled for November 27th, 2021 at TBD making it one of the final games of the season. Wanting to watch this game in person? Be sure to grab one of the 3947 tickets available on TicketSmarter with prices ranging from $289.00 to $2199.00.
When do Auburn Tigers Football tickets go on sale?
Typically Auburn football tickets go on sale in the early spring or summer. Once the upcoming season’s schedule has been finalized, then you can purchase your tickets. For the upcoming Chick-Fil-A Kickoff Classic game, those tickets are already on sale.
Auburn Tigers Football Seating Chart
During game days, the Jordan-Hare Stadium becomes one of the loudest and largest cities in the state of Alabama. With a capacity of 87,451, this stadium opened in 1939. There have been numerous renovations to the stadium with the most recent coming in 2018. The field is named after legendary coach Pat Dye and was unveiled before the start of the 2005 Iron Bowl. There are seats that wrap around the field in the lower bowl. Behind the Nelson Club, is a section of suites along with the upper deck seating. The home team has the section with a lower number. Check out the interactive seating chart for the Jordan-Hare Stadium for more information.
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