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Liberty Bowl Tickets

Liberty Bowl Tickets

Cheer on the best collegiate athletes with your Liberty Bowl tickets from TicketSmarter. Like many college football teams, the Liberty Bowl team has been playing football since around the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. The premier college football league is considered the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). Teams in the FBS compete to be selected for the annual College Football Playoff. Four teams will be invited. The winners from the first round will then compete for the College Football Playoff National Championship.

The inaugural season of the College Football Playoff took place in 2015. Alabama, Ohio State Oregon and Florida State each qualified for the playoff. Ohio State became the first national champion under this format when they defeated the Oregon Ducks at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX.

Other Division I schools compete in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). Instead of a four-team playoff to decide the national champion, the FCS holds a 24-team playoff. One of the winningest programs in FCS history is North Dakota State. They have secured at least seven NCAA FCS Championships. Purchase Liberty Bowl tickets today to see your team dominate the gridiron.

Liberty Bowl Ticket Prices

There will be a number of influences on Liberty Bowl ticket prices. Prices will vary across seating sections, especially for large stadiums. When the team is performing well on the field, Liberty Bowl tickets tend to have higher prices than when the team is struggling. Expect rivalry games and games against big-name opponents like Alabama to sell out quickly.

How much are Liberty Bowl tickets?

The cheapest seats at a Liberty Bowl home game can be around $25 for lesser matchups to get into the stadium. Seats at the fifty-yard line will come at a premium and can cost at least $50 in the upper levels and more than $100 in the lower levels. Rivalry games will typically see an increase in Liberty Bowl ticket prices by at least 25-50%.

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Liberty Bowl Schedule

Liberty Bowl will play around 11-12 regular-season games from late-August through late-November. The majority of games will be played on Saturdays, with the occasional Thursday or Friday night game being scheduled. Power 5 opponents from the SEC, Big Ten, Big 12, ACC and Pac-12 can appear on the Liberty Bowl schedule. Conference games will begin in late-September and early-October. Depending on how well the team performs throughout the season, they may qualify for postseason play and a possible NCAA Bowl Game. This might be the FCS Championship or even the College Football Playoff.

When do Liberty Bowl tickets go on sale?

Fans can purchase season Liberty Bowl tickets beginning in May or June. Single-game tickets usually go on sale in late-July or early-August. Bowl and FCS championship games will be decided at the end of the regular season. Post-season tickets go on sale at the end of November. 

Liberty Bowl Seating Chart

NCAA football stadiums hold anywhere between a few thousand to over 100,000 fans. On average, the Liberty Bowl schedule has 12-14 games with around eight conference games. The Power 5 conference stadiums can comfortably seat 80,000 people or more and feature a variety of seating sections. Sit at the fifty-yard line to get the best views of the field. Seats behind the goalposts are excellent ways to get near the field without breaking the bank. Use TicketSmarter’s simple and straightforward seating chart to browse for seats in every stadium along with the Liberty Bowl schedule.