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The Rose Bowl is played each January at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. Since 1916 the Rose Bowl has treated millions of fans to some of the most exciting bowl games in college football. The game matches up one of the top teams from the Big Ten Conference with a peer from the Pac-12 Conference. The Rose Bowl is sponsored by Vizio, and has been sponsored in the past by AT&T, Sony, and Citi. Check out our Rose Bowl history page for more information on this historic bowl game. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Rose Bowl tickets.

2015 Rose Bowl Preview

2014 brought with it the 100th anniversary of the Rose Bowl and pit one of the best matchups of the 2013-2014 Capital One Bowl Week. Stanford's second consecutive Rose Bowl appearance would line the Cardinal up with the Michigan State Spartans. The Cardinal would come out hot taking an early 10-0 lead in the first quarter. The Spartans would counter and end the half just 3 points down which they would soon gain at the start of the 3rd quarter to tie the game up at 17. Connor Cook found Tony Lippett on a 25 yard pass for the go ahead touchdown in the beginning of the fourth quarter and the Spartan defense would come up big with a stop to hold the Cardinal to a field goal and eventually seal the game at 24-20. Check back later for a preview of the 2015 Rose Bowl between the Big Ten and the Pac 12.

Check out our Rose Bowl Preview History page for previews of previous Rose Bowl games.

Rose Bowl at the Rose Bowl

Address: 1001 Rose Bowl Dr, Pasadena, California, 91103

The Rose Bowl Stadium is in Pasadena, not far from all that the city of Los Angeles has to offer. The stadium is one of the last iconic bowl-style venues left in the country and produces great views from every seat. The capacity of the Rose Bowl is approximately 94,392, and that split into two “levels” though one look at the venue and it looks like just one big section all the way from the field to the last row. The home sideline is by sections 3-7, while visitors sideline is in front of sections 17-21.

How can I buy cheap Rose Bowl tickets?

TicketCity offers a large selection of Rose Bowl tickets which includes some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Rose Bowl ticket prices fluctuate based on demand for the games. Bigger matchups typically push demand higher & ticket prices. The opposite can happen if the Rose Bowl matchup is less intriguing. Marquee teams, like the Texas Longhorns, Alabama Crimson Tide, Michigan Wolverines, and other teams with large fan bases, can drive up Rose Bowl ticket prices. The Rose Bowl is one of the biggest sporting events in the country, so if you’re looking for cheap tickets you may want to act early before the big push in December.

Seating at the Rose Bowl

There are 28 sections at the Rose Bowl, with each section divided into a lower and upper portion. The rows in the lower section start lettered (in reverse order) and then move from rows 1-25. That means that row A and row 1 are right next to each other. On the ends of the field, row N is typically the 1st row closest to the field. The same holds true on West side of the stadium (Sections 17-19) and East side of the stadium (Sections 3-5). The low rows on the side of the field can often be obstructed by players on the field, in-fact for UCLA home games they tarp off the lowest rows on East Side and start at row B. The upper sections are generally numbered from row 29 to row 77 (49 rows) on the sides of the field, while the upper sections on the ends of the field are generally numbered from row 30 to row 77 (48 rows). Sections 1-8 and 15-22 contain seatbacks. The rows at the Rose Bowl can be a bit confusing, contact us at TicketCity if you need help determining how close to the field your seats are located.

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Where is the best place to stay around the Rose Bowl?

Pasadena is close by, but lacks some of the attractions of other surrounding cities. Downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood and Santa Monica are all within 30 minutes (no traffic) and provide a lot of cool options for lodging, dining and entertainment. Just keep in-mind that the L.A. traffic will likely require 1.5 hours to get to the stadium on gameday, so leave early. Check out our event guide to see more what what’s around when it comes to lodging and stuff to go.

Where is the best place to sit inside the Rose Bowl?

The Rose Bowl is true bowl stadium, which means it’s wide compared to the modern stadiums that are built straight up in the air (e.g.- AT&T Cowboys Stadium in Dallas). The advantage of this wide setup is that fans often say there isn’t a bad view in the house, or at least that the view is consistent as you get higher in rows. The one area to be careful is with the lowest rows on the side of the field, some of your view may get blocked out by the players on the sideline.

What are the best games in Rose Bowl history?

There are so many too choose from when it comes to the Rose Bowl, including three #1 vs. #2 games. Most recently #2 Texas won what some call the greatest college football game of all time when they beat USC 41-38. In 1969, #1 Ohio State beat USC 27-16. Both winning teams were voted national champions. Find more information on our notable Rose Bowls page.

Who are the most famous players to play in the Rose Bowl?

Some of the best to ever play the game have starred in the Rose Bowl, including Dave Leggett, Jim Plunkett, Warren Moon and Keyshawn Johnson. Check out our past champions page for more info on past Rose Bowl games.

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First Bowl Game Experience I recently graduated from UW-Madison, and will always be a die-hard Badger fan. Since moving to Texas, I haven't been able to attend as many games. When the Badgers made it to the Rose Bowl, I convinced my dad that we had to go. Neither of us have ever been to a bowl game, and figured we couldn't pass up this opportunity. The Badgers played against TCU and the game was great. The stadium is absolutely beautiful, so historic, and the fans for both teams made the game even more exciting because they were all so passionate. I even had a chance to run into some friends from college who also made the trip to California, which made for a fun reunion. Badger fans really know how to travel! It almost felt like a home game. Despite a loss, I'm so glad I had a chance to see the stadium and attend a BCS football game. Definitely something I'll always remember. July 7, 2011
2014 Rose Bowl game Ticket was FedEx'ed Overnite to me (Thank you, Scott), since I was flying to California the day after Christmas, and it arrived on Christmas Eve morning - just in time! The ticket seating was exactly as described, and I enjoyed a great football game in a wonderful venue. Only one caveat for future Rose Bowlers - and this had nothing to do with Ticket City - I had to pay $40.00 to park in Rose Bowl parking, had to walk 1 1/2 miles to my entry gate (Although a scenic walk), and I arrived at 10:30 AM for a 2:00 PM game! January 3, 2014
Rose bowl fun! Great time in Pasadena, tickets were awesome, stadium electrifying, an experience of a lifetime. Rose parade was breath taking! Spartans were victorious and being an alum made it a very memorable journey! January 6, 2014
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