The Russell Athletic Bowl games have seen average ticket prices significantly fluctuate over the last years. During the 2013 college football season, the Russell Athletic Bowl saw ticket averages spike 252%, moving from a $25 average price to $88. The following year the bowl game saw a notable drop in prices moving down to a $40 average but from then on the average has been steadily increasing. The average ticket price for the 2016 Russell Athletic Bowl is currently at $82, which is 37% increase from the 2015 bowl game.
(Data updated 11/10/2016)
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2016 Russell Athletic Bowl Preview
The 2016 Russell Athletic Bowl features the West Virginia Mountaineers vs. Miami Hurricanes. The Russell Athletic Bowl takes place at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, FL on December 28, 2016. Kickoff time is at 5:30pm.
Russell Athletic Bowl at the Camping World Stadium Address: 1610 W Church St, Orlando, Florida, 32805
The Camping World Stadium has hosted the Capital One Bowl since 1947, and also hosts the Russell Athletic Bowl. Other tenants have included the UCF Knights, Wrestlemania and the 1994 World Cup. The Camping World Stadium was previously named the Tangerine Bowl as well as few Orlando-themed names in its long history.
Sections 105 to 113 and Sections 127 to 135 are along the sidelines and provide a field-level view of the Capital One Bowl. Sections are alphanumerically numbered from A to Z, then AA, BB, CC, ect.. Sections 131 and 109 are at the 50-yard line.
Known as the Mezzanine, this is the 2nd level of seating and the sections are only separated from the first level by a walkway. The rows go from A to LL, except for a few sections that start at Row D.
This is the Upper Level of the stadium and is the most cost-efficient way to get into the stadium. Sections 331 and 309 are at midfield, and all sections start with row A and can go as high as row LL.
Russell Athletic Bowl Event Guide
What are the best attractions to see when in Orlando for the Russell Athletic Bowl?
Of course, Walt Disney World is in Orlando, but if you want to stay away from the park there’s plenty of other things to do in the city. Discovery Cove should be #1 if you’re traveling with family, it’s a beautiful place you can snorkel, lay on the beach, meet some dolphins, and much more. Check to see if the Magic have a game at the Amway Center too! For more information on what to do in Orlando during the game check out our Russell Athletic Bowl Event Guide.
Where are the best places to eat in Orlando for the Russell Athletic Bowl?
Texas de Brazil is a Brazilian steakhouse that will never leave you unsatisfied, and Café Tu Tu Tango is a tapas bar that has received rave reviews. Padrino’s Cuban Bistro on Village Park is another sure bet for great Cuban food.
What are the best games in Russell Athletic Bowl history?
The 2011 game, then called the Champ Sports Bowl, included a #25 Florida State team versus Notre Dame. The game was a sell-out, and those in attendance saw Notre Dame take a 14-3 lead into the fourth quarter. E.J. Manuel led two TD drives to give FSU the lead and eventually win the game. Another big comeback was seen in the 2000 edition, when Minnesota took a 21-0 lead in the first quarter and then eventually lost to NC State 38-30. Check out our Notable Russell Athletic Bowls page for more great games at the Camping World Stadium.
Who are the most famous players to play in the Russell Athletic Bowl?
A few notable MVPs of the Russell Atheltic Bowl include Philip Rivers (twice), current Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury and Russell Wilson. Rivers’ school, NC State, had played in the game five times, leading all schools.