The Big Ten Championship is one of the biggest college football games every season, and the winner of the game automatically gets a berth in the Rose Bowl (if not selected for the national championship game). The game was first played in 2011, when the Big Ten expanded with the addition of Nebraska, bringing the total number of teams in the conference to 12. The top team from each of the Legends and Leaders Divisions play each other in the contest, with the winner of both of the contests thus far being the Wisconsin Badgers. The game has been played at Lucas Oil Stadium, and will continue to be hosted in Indianapolis through at least 2015. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Big Ten Championship Game football tickets.
2014 Big Ten Championship Game Preview
The 2013 Big Ten Championship Game is being played on Saturday, December 7th at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. Michigan State looks like a lock to make it through to the Big Ten Championship game from the Legends Division, as they are undefeated and every other team has at least two losses. In the Leaders, someone will have to hand Ohio State its first loss of the season or it’s the Buckeyes. TicketCity has over two decades of experience serving college football fans and is a great source for tickets
The 2012 Big Ten Championship was a 70-31 game won by the Wisconsin Badgers over the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Wisconsin actually finished third in their division, but because Ohio State and Penn State were ineligible to compete in the game due to postseason bans, the Badgers got the call. Wisconsin jumped out to a 42-10 lead by halftime and never looked back, dispatching Bo Pelini’s #12 ranked team in the process. The attendance at the game was 41,260 and Wisconsin running back Montee Ball was named game MVP after rushing for 202 yards and 3 TDs.
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Big Ten Championship Football at Lucas Oil Stadium Address: 500 S Capitol Ave, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46225
Lucas Oil Stadium has been the home of the Big Ten Championship since the inaugural game in 2011. The capacity is 62,421 for football games, but is expandable up to 70,000. The stadium has a retractable window, and when it is open you can see the Indianapolis skyline. The roof is also retractable. The stadium was built in 2008 and is the home stadium of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts.
Lucas Oil 100 Level
The sections at midfield (112-114, 139-141) are called Club I, and are the best lower level seats available. Field Sideline and Field End Zone are great seats as well, for an up-close view of the game.
Lucas Oil 200 Level
These sections are directly behind the 100 level, but are much smaller. The sections in the 200 level near midfield are still club sections.
Lucas Oil 300 Level
At midfield, the 300 level is all suites. Along the sidelines, corners and endzones, however, these are small sections of regular seating called Loge Sections.
Lucas Oil 400 Level
Also called loge seating, these are again smaller sections outside of sections 401-403 and 450-453 which are much larger.
Lucas Oil 600 Level
Called the terrace section, this is the upper level of Lucas Oil Stadium. This is the most cost-efficient way to get in to watch a Colts game in person.
Big Ten Championship Event Guide
Do my kids need a ticket?
Everyone entering Lucas Oil Stadium regardless of age must have a ticket to gain admission.
When’s the best time to buy tickets?
Throughout the year the price may fluctuate, but it will likely go up once teams are announced. Get your tickets as soon as possible.
What's the best way to get there?
It’s in downtown Indianapolis, so if walking or a taxi is possible, that’s what we’d suggest. Otherwise you can buy a parking pass and drive.