The Orange Bowl is played each January at the New Miami Stadium in Miami, Florida. Since 1935, the Orange Bowl has treated millions of fans to some of the most exciting bowl games in college football. The game traditionall matches up the regular season champion from the ACC Conference with a peer that is chosen as an at-large bid. The Orange Bowl is part of the college football playoff and will serve as the site of one of college football's semi-final games every 3rd season. The years that the Orange Bowl is not one of college football's semi-final games it will feature a premier matchup chosen by the college football playoff selection committee. The Capital One Orange Bowl is sponsored by Capital One, and has been sponsored in the past by FedEx, and Discover. For more information on the Orange Bowl, check out the history of the Orange Bowl. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Orange Bowl tickets.
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2016 Capital One Orange Bowl Preview
The 2015 Capital Orange Bowl will feature the undefeated Clemson Tigers vs the Oklahoma Sooners. The 2015 Orange Bowl will be played on December 31st, 2015 at New Miami Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The ACC Champion Clemson Tigers reached the CFP riding the fantastic play of Heisman candidate Deshaun Watson, who has thrown for more than 3,500 yards and leads the Tigers deadly offensive attack. The Sooners have an equally deadly quarterback in Baker Mayfield, and the 2015 Orange Bowl should shape up as an offensive shoot out. The Big 12 Champion Oklahoma Sooners have just a single loss on the season, and have been playing their best football in the last half of the season. A win in the 2015 Orange Bowl would send the Oklahoma Sooners to their first College Football Championship game since 2008, while Clemson is playing for their first title since 1981.
Check out our Orange Bowl Preview History page for previews of previous Orange Bowl games.
Capital One Orange Bowl at New Miami Stadium Address: 2269 NW 199th St, Miami Gardens, Florida, 33056
New Miami Stadium is located in Miami Gardens, FL., about 15 miles north of Central Miami. There are four levels to the stadium and New Miami can hold approximately 80,000 fans on game day.
Lower Prime will be sections 140-144 and are the best seats in the house. Lowest level, mid field, right behind the Dolphins bench. Sections 112-116 are right behind the visitor’s bench.
The 200 level is all club seating, with 209-219 and 237-247 running along the sidelines of the field. This section is only 10 rows deep so you’re still very close to the action.
Executive suites are right behind these sections but also considered 200 level, as well as some on the 300 level. Executive tickets come with access to a wet bar, fridge and HD TVs.
On the 300 level, they are air conditioned and come with a bar and valet parking. Upper Prime tickets are located in sections 411-417 and 439-445. These upper deck seats are positioned between each end zone line.
The 400 level has “Upper Prime” seating which are sections 439-445 and 411-417, which are the sections that run along the sidelines. The first four rows of these sections are considered Upper Prime Lodge.
Capital One Orange Bowl Event Guide
What are best attractions to see when in Miami for the Orange Bowl?
You’ve got to make a stop in South Beach if you’re vacationing in Miami. Shopping, partying, restaurants – it’s got it all. The nightlife in Miami can’t be beat in the entire country. If it’s more family friendly stuff you’re looking for, the Seaquarium and Miami Zoo are both top notch. And of course, the beach is a must.
Where are the best places to eat in Miami for the Orange Bowl?
There isn’t enough space on this page to go through all the good food in Miami, and at the same time there really isn’t anything around New Miami Stadium. Eat seafood or try some Cuban before you make the trip to the stadium. View the Orange Bowl event guide for more information on New Miami Stadium and your Orange Bowl experience.
How can I buy cheap Orange Bowl tickets?
TicketCity offers a large selection of Orange Bowl tickets which includes some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Orange Bowl ticket prices fluctuate based on demand for the games. Bigger matchups typically push demand higher & ticket prices. The opposite can happen if the Orange Bowl matchup is less intriguing. Marquee teams, like the Florida State Seminoles, Miami Hurricanes, Virginia Tech Hokies, and other teams with large fan bases, can drive up Orange Bowl ticket prices. The Orange 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.
What are the best games in Orange Bowl history?
Most recently, Penn State’s 26-23 win over Florida State in overtime sticks out as a great Orange Bowl. Michigan’s 35-34 overtime win over Alabama will forever live in Tuscalsoosa infamy when the Tide’s kicker missed the extra point in overtime to give the Wolverines the lead. For more great games check out our famous Orange Bowl games page and the Orange Bowl Champions page.
Who are the most famous players to play in the Orange Bowl?
The list of MVPs of the Orange Bowl is truly the cream of the crop of college and NFL players, including Joe Namath, Billy Sims, Bernie Kosar and Tommie Frazier (twice).