The Georgia Bulldogs have competed in the Southeastern Conference since its inception in 1932 and have been a basketball program since the 1890s. The highlight of the program came in 1983 when the Bulldogs won their conference tournament and advanced all the way to the Final Four in the NCAA Tournament. Former NBA star Dominique Wilkins played three years for the Bulldogs, but left after his junior season, the year before Georgia advanced to the Final Four. In their history, the Bulldogs have appeared in the NCAA Tournament nine times and have won their conference tournament twice. Georgia has also won their conference regular season title once. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Georgia Bulldogs basketball tickets.
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Georgia Bulldogs Basketball at Stegeman Coliseum Address: 100 Smith St, Athens, Georgia, 30602
The Bulldogs play their home games at Stegeman Coliseum, located in Athens, Georgia on the campus of University of Georgia. With a capacity of 10,523 fans, Stegeman Coliseum is the place to be for all Georgia Bulldogs basketball games. The Georgia Bulldogs home bench is on the Stegeman Coliseum sideline in front of section D. Stegeman Coliseum parking information is covered in our Bulldogs event guide.
Georgia vs. Georgia Tech
This rivalry may not get the attention as football, but it is just as heated. Georgia and Georgia Tech have played over 185 times in their history with the first game being played in 1906. The home team has dominated this match-up as the team that has hosted the game has won 111 times.
Georgia in the Final Four, NCAA Tournament, and SEC Tournament
The Georgia Bulldogs have appeared in the NCAA Tournament nine times in their history and advanced to the Final Four once in 1983. The Bulldogs have won their conference tournament twice and the regular season once throughout the years.
Georgia Bulldogs Event Guide
What time do the gates open prior to a Bulldogs game?
Gates open at Stegeman Coliseum 60 minutes prior to tip-off.
Where is the best place to park at Stegeman Coliseum?
General parking is available around campus on a first-come, first-served basis. The Hoke-Smith Annex parking lot, Rankin-Smith Academic Center parking lot, and the McPhaul Center parking lots will be reserved for all Coliseum events. Guests are encouraged to park in the Carlton Street Parking Deck located off of Smith St.
Does my child need a ticket to attend the game?
All persons (regardless of age) must have a ticket to enter a University of Georgia athletic event that requires admission for entry.