The Belk Bowl is played each December at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina. Since 2002, the Belk 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 Atlantic Coast Conference with a peer from the Southeastern Conference. The Belk Bowl is sponsored by Belk, and has been sponsored in the past by Continental Tire and Meineke Car Care. Score with Ticketcity - the place to go for Belk Bowl tickets.
2015 Belk Bowl Preview
The Georgia Bulldogs and Louisville Cardinals will meet in the 2014 Belk Bowl. The Belk Bowl will be played on December 30th, 2014 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina. Both the Bulldogs and Cardinals enter the Belk Bowl with 9-3 records. Georgia entered the year with CFP aspirations and were just a couple plays away from going undefeated. The Bulldogs have one of the most dynamic rushing attacks in the nation centered on freshmen Nick Chubb. They will face a Louisville team that lost only 1 game by more than 6 points and are one of the most confident teams heading into bowl season. The keys for the Cardinals in the Belk Bowl will be runingback tandem of Michael Dyer and Brandon Radcliff.
Check out our Belk Bowl Preview History page for previews of previous Belk Bowl games.
Belk Bowl at Bank of America Stadium Address: 800 S Mint St, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28202
Bank of America Stadium is the home of the Belk Bowl, as well as the Carolina Panthers. It has also hosted the ACC Championship game since 2010. The capacity is 73,778, and was previously named Ericsson Stadium from its opening in 1996 to 2004.
The closest you can get to the field without being in the game, these Lower Level seats give you a great view of the game. Sections only go up to Row 20, so any seat puts you very close to the field. Sections 131, 132, 111, and 112 are right at midfield.
This is the Middle Level and is behind both end zones and in the corners. These are also 20 rows deep, and are the same level as the Club Sections but don’t come with the extras.
This is the Club Level and is right above the 100 level of Bank of America Stadium. There are a half-dozen lounges/bar areas to choose from for club seat holders that aren’t accessible for other fans. Your seats in the club level are also a few inches bigger than those in the rest of the stadium.
This is the Upper Level of the stadium and is the most cost-efficient way to get into the Belk Bowl. The end zone sections go up to row 22-25, while those between the sidelines can go up to row 45 to accommodate every fan that wants to the see the Belk Bowl.
Belk Bowl Event Guide
What are the best attractions to see when in Charlotte for the Belk Bowl?
Discovery Place is a fun and educational place to take the family, giving kids hands-on fun as well as a giant IMAX theatre. If you’re into car racing, check out the Hendrick Motorsports Complex. Into the great outdoors? Check out the U.S. National Whitewater Center to get your rock climbing and whitewater rafting on while in town.
Where are the best places to eat when in Charlotte for the Belk Bowl?
Del Frisco’s is a top-notch steakhouse in south Charlotte, and if you want to stay in the downtown area, try The King’s Kitchen. Looking for a vegan alternative? Luna’s Living Kitchen if the place you want to be. It’s Charlotte’s highest-rated restaurant on TripAdvisor.
What are the best games in Belk Bowl history?
The 2009 game, then called the Meineke Car Care Bowl, was between Pittsburgh and North Carolina and featured a last-minute field goal to win the game for the #17 Pitt Panthers. West Virginia won a close one in the 2008 game, where a crowd of 73,712 (the highest in bowl history) watched Pat White hit a game-winning TD pass in the fourth quarter for a final score of 31-30.
Who are the most famous players to play in the Belk Bowl?
Former MVPs of the Belk Bowl and its previous names include Matt Schaub, Pat White, B.J. Daniels and current Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Mike Glennon, who led his team to a win over Louisville in 2011.