The Washington Huskies first fielded a football team in 1889. In the early 1900's the Huskies had remarkable success under head coach Gil Dobie, who managed to coach the team to incredible 68 straight wins. Washington has made 30 bowl game appearances, won 2 national championships, and 15 conference titles. In one of college football's most memorable games, the Huskies played Oklahoma in the 1985 Orange Bowl. The Sooner Schooner wagon was accidentally driven on the field after a penalty nullified an OU field goal attempt. The ensuing attempt was blocked, shifting momentum to Washington who would win the game 28-17. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Washington Huskies football tickets.
2015 Washington Season Preview
TThe Huskies won 9 games in 2013, including a routing of BYU in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. The 2014 season comes with a number of new faces and question marks for the Huskies. Gone is head coach Steve Sarkisian, and in is highly successful Chris Peterson. The Huskies will also have to replace star running back Bishop Sankey, who was lost to the NFL draft. Peterson’s high powered offense will be led by first year starter Cyler Miles. Miles will orchestrate the offense behind what should be one of the best offensive lines in the Pac-12, with 4 senior starters including highly talented left tackle Micah Hatchie. Washington’s defense is looking to have a breakout year in 2014, and should have one of the toughest defensive front 7’s in the nation. The Pac-12 North has become one of the toughest divisions in the nation, and the Huskies will have plenty of interesting games. Their first real test will be September 27th against Stanford. Other good matchups will be October 18th in Eugene against the Ducks, and November 8th against UCLA.
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Washington Huskies Football at Husky Stadium Address: 3800 Montlake Blvd, Seattle, Washington, 98195
The Huskies play their home games at Husky Stadium in Seattle, Washington. The stadium is the largest in the Pacific Northwest, holding 72,500 spectators. A game at Husky Stadium is a breathtaking experience with beautiful Lake Washington visible through the stadium's open end, and the Cascade Mountains in the background. The Washington Huskies home bench is on the Husky Stadium sideline with sections 125-133. Husky Stadium parking information is covered in our Huskies event guide.
Washington vs. Oregon
First played in 1900, “The Border War” is a must win game for both schools. These two Northwest powerhouses have played over 100 times, with major PAC-12 North Division implications, as well as regional pride on the line. Washington dominated the early years of this rivalry, but Oregon has enjoyed recent success, shifting the balance of power in the Duck’s favor. High tension and energy make this is one of the most enthusiastic rivalries in the country.
Washington vs. Washington State
Known as “The Apple Cup,” this game is a battle for bragging rights in the state of Washington, as well as “The Apple Cup Trophy.” This rivalry has been played over 100 times and has been mostly one sided (in the Huskies favor). Despite Washington’s success, this matchup is always hotly contested and a must see for football fans in the state of Washington.
Washington Huskies in the BCS National Championship, Bowl Game and Pac 12 Championship
The Washington Huskies are one of College Football’s most successful teams, ranking in the top 20 in terms of all-time winning percentages. Their superior success extends into conference play with more than a dozen Pac 10 Conference Titles and seven Rose Bowl victories. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the Pac 12 Championship Game.
Washington Huskies Event Guide
Do my kids need a ticket?
Children ages two and under get in free but must sit in a parent or guardian’s lap.
What time do gates open before a game at Husky Stadium?
Gates will open up for fans two hours before kickoff for all Huskies games.