The Florida State Seminoles began playing basketball in 1947 and have carved out a nice resume in their history. Often overshadowed by the football program, the Seminoles have been successful on the hardwood. The highlight of the basketball program came in 1972 when they advanced to their only Final Four appearance and lost in the National Championship game. Overall, Florida State has made the NCAA Tournament over 13 times and has won three conference tournaments. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Florida State Seminoles basketball tickets.
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Florida State Seminoles Basketball at Donald L. Tucker Civic Center Address: 505 W Pensacola St, Tallahassee, Florida, 32301
The Seminoles play their home games at Donald L. Tucker Civic Center, located in Tallahassee, Florida, on the campus of Florida State University. With a capacity of just over 12 thousand screaming fans, Donald L. Tucker Civic Center is the place to be for all Florida State basketball games. The Florida State Seminoles home bench is on the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center sideline in front of sections M1-N1. Donald L. Tucker Civic Center parking information is covered in our Seminoles event guide.
Florida State vs. Florida
Florida State and Florida are consistently fighting for the top college in the state. The intensity level is always at its highest when these two teams meet in any of the collegiate sports. The basketball programs first met in 1951 and have continued to play at a high level throughout the years.
Florida State vs. Miami
Another in-state rivalry, these college programs are always battling for position in the ACC and in the state of Florida. The first match-up between these basketball programs occurred in 1950 and they have met over 65 times. As conference foes, the two teams meet twice a season, playing at each home court once. The hatred between these colleges extend to all the sports, but basketball remains one of the most intense rivalries between the institutions.
Florida State in the Final Four, NCAA Tournament, and ACC Tournament
Florida State has appeared in the NCAA Tournament 14 times advancing to the Final Four once in 1927. The Seminoles won the ACC Tournament in 2012 for their lone championship in the conference.
Florida State Seminoles Event Guide
What time do the gates open prior to a Seminoles game?
All doors to Donald L. Tucker Civic Center open 60 minutes prior to tip-off.
Where is the best place to park at Donald L. Tucker Civic Center?
General parking is located around the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center, but most lots are for permit only.
Does my child need a ticket to attend the game?
Children age two and under are free.