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Buy tickets for Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL on January 1, 2019 12:00PM local time. There are currently 1 Outback Bowl games available for sale.

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1. Scan through the 2019 Outback Bowl schedule to select the tickets that you would like.

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2019 Outback Bowl Preview

The 2019 Outback Bowl will take place on January 1, 2019, and will feature a matchup of SEC vs. Big Ten. South Carolina helped the SEC continue its domination of the Outback Bowl in the most recent game, beating Michigan 26-19 as the SEC has now won five out of the last six in this matchup with the Big Ten. Check back with TicketCity in December for more details on this year's Outback Bowl matchup!

Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium

Address: 4201 N Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL 33607

The Outback Bowl is played at Raymond James Stadium, the current home of the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the USF Bulls. The stadium has also hosted the ACC Championship and the Tampa Bay Mutiny of MLS. The current capacity is over 65,000.

100 Level

These are field-level sections that put you right in front of the action. Sections 135-136 are on the 50-yard line on the visiting sideline, while 110-111 are on the home sideline. The sections are alphanumerically numbered and start with A to Z, then go from AA to CC. Sections 145-151 are in the end zone and are in front of the stadium’s famous pirate ship.

200 Level

This is the club level of the stadium, aside from the corner sections. Sections 208-213 and 233-238 are club seating and provide access to lounges and bars not available to other fans. The same alphanumeric rows apply here.

300 Level

This is the upper level of the stadium and provides the most cost-efficient way to get in. Sections 335-336 and 310-311 are at the 50-yard line if you still want to be front and center.

Outback Bowl Event Guide

What are the best attractions to see when in Tampa Bay for the Outback Bowl?

See if the Tampa Bay Lightning are in town, as they play in Amalie Arena. The Tampa Bay History Center is a good place for any history buff, while you can take the kids to Big Cat Rescue to check out the lions, leopards and tigers.

Where are the best places to eat in Tampa Bay when in town for the Outback Bowl?

Bern’s Steak House is known nationwide for its steaks and wine selection if you’re looking for a nice night out. Datz’s is also a good choice if you’d like a sandwich and a beer or glass of wine in a relaxing atmosphere.

What are the best games in Outback Bowl history?

In 2002, we saw one of the best comebacks that never was, when Ohio State came close to pushing South Carolina to overtime after being down by 21 points in the fourth quarter. They tied it at 28-28 but an interception gave the Gamecocks an easy field goal to win as time expired. The 2012 game went to triple overtime, where Michigan State put away Georgia by blocking a field goal in the final period. Check out our Famous Outback Bowl Champions page.

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

Some notable MVPs in Outback Bowl history are Heath Shuler, Drew Brees, David Pollack, Dallas Baker, Brandon Boykin, Jadeveon Clowney and Melvin Gordon. With the game including two of the best teams from the SEC and Big Ten, you’re sure to see the NFL’s next crop of top players showcased every year in Tampa.

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