Florida Gators Game Tickets
Florida Gators tickets are on sale now. Founded in 1853, the University of Florida is home to the Florida Gators. The athletics department is part of the Southeastern Conference (SEC), while the football team competes in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) and is a member of the NCAA. The university has 21 varsity sports teams. The women’s lacrosse team plays in the American Athletic Conference (AAC) and is the only team that does not compete in the SEC. The university was one of the original charter member schools of the SEC when it formed in 1932. The university has 36 national championships with three for football. Florida is the only Division One team to hold both major men’s championships in one season, after winning the 2006 BCS (Bowl Championship Series) and the 2006 and 2007 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Championship. Cheer on the Gators at the Swamp by purchasing your Florida Gators tickets today.
The university has been using Gators as the name for their athletics department since 1911; however, the actual origins have been lost in history. The Swamp is the nickname for the school’s stadium and it is where the Gators live. It was named as such by former UF quarterback and head coach Steve Spurrier. The nickname stuck and the athletics department added it as a tagline in 1992. The Gator Chomp is an arm action made by fans at home football or basketball games and is typically accompanied by the Pride of the Sunshine Marching Band playing the two-note motif from the film Jaws. Be sure to wear your orange and blue while cheering on the Florida Gators to victory.
Florida Gators Ticket Prices
Since the university has so many different varsity sports, tickets can range from being free for students to costing thousands of dollars for highly anticipated football games. When you purchase your Florida Gators tickets through TicketSmarter, you are buying the cheapest seats available. You can even purchase parking passes online through TicketSmarter, so you never have to wait in the ticket office line.
How much are Florida Gators tickets?
Single-game tickets for Florida Gators are as low as $30. However, they can also be as expensive as $2,000. You can purchase a season pass for $940 for football or $734 for basketball, so you never miss a play.
Florida Gators Schedule
The Florida Gators play in the SEC and as such, they could play the University of Kentucky and the University of Missouri. The football team could also play the University of Arkansas and Eastern Washington University. Don’t miss out on the annual Orange and Blue game hosted each spring.
Florida Gators Top Opponents
- Alabama Crimson Tide
- Georgia Bulldogs
- Florida State Seminoles
- LSU Tigers
- Tennessee Volunteers
When do Florida Gators tickets go on sale?
Since the University of Florida offers sports that could take place all year round, tickets are constantly being released for sale. Florida Gators football tickets typically go on sale in the early spring with basketball going on sale in September. When you use the events calendar from TicketSmarter, you can easily stay on top of all of the upcoming Florida Gator sports.
Florida Gators Seating Chart
From the Linder Stadium at Alfred A. Ring Tennis Complex to the Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, there are many different places to get your Florida Gator sports fix. You can use the TicketSmarter interactive seating chart to best find your desired seats at any of the sports complexes on the University of Florida campus. Take a bite out of life and buy your Florida Gators tickets today.
The track and stadium in Gainesville hold up to 1,000 fans in the grandstand bleachers. This outdoor stadium hosts track and field activities for the university and opened in 1987.
The Exactech Arena at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center is commonly known as just the O Dome and is home to the men’s and women’s basketball teams. Since it was built as a multipurpose stadium, the gymnastics, swimming and diving and volleyball teams all call the center their home. The 12,000-capacity arena has also hosted concerts by Tom Petty and Jason Aldean.
The Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, commonly known as the Swamp, is home to the Florida Gators football team. This 88,548-seat stadium is the largest stadium in Florida and the 12th largest stadium in American college sports.
Florida Gators Athletic Teams
- Cross Country
- Swimming & Diving
- Track & Field
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