The Auburn Tigers football team is always one of the top teams in the nation. Playing in the Southeastern Conference (SEC), the Auburn Tigers are a top team in one of the country's most competitive conferences. While the school only officially acknowledges the 1954 National Championship, there are a total of 7 seasons where Auburn has been declared champions in some form. Auburn is the oldest football program in the Deep South and has a history rich in tradition. At an Auburn Tigers home game, you'll see the team enter the field through the south end zone in a cloud of smoke. A visit to the Lovelace Museum lets you look through photos and descriptions of Auburn's rich athletic heritage. After a home victory you can watch Auburn Tigers fans roll Toomer's Corner in the center of town with toilet paper among battle cries of “WAR EAGLE!” An Auburn Tigers game is truly an incredible football experience. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Auburn Tigers football tickets.
2015 Auburn Season Preview
The Auburn Tigers had a season of near misses last year, losing only one game in which they did not have an opportunity to win. They enter the 2015 season looking to the future, with star quarterback Nick Marshall moving on to the NFL. Also gone from the Tigers prolific offense are receiver Sammie Coats, and running back Cameron Artis-Payne. Despite all of these departures, Auburn is projected to have one of the better offenses in the SEC West in 2015. Quarterback Jeremy Johnson was effective in the snaps he took last season and should come brimming with confidence in 2015. Auburn’s 2015 defense will be anchored by seniors Joshua Holsey, and DaVante Lambert who will set the tone for a mostly upperclassman squad. As always, Auburn will have a difficult schedule in 2015, with road games at LSU, Arkansas, and Texas A&M. Auburn should be in the hunt for the SEC West title, and will get archrival Alabama in Auburn on November 28th.
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Auburn Tigers Football at Jordan-Hare Stadium Address: 251 S Donahue Dr, Auburn, Alabama, 36849
The Auburn Tigers play their home games at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama, which has a capacity of more than 87,000. The Auburn Tigers have one of the nation's best home winning percentages. Watching the “Tiger Walk”, where the team walks from the athletics dorm to the stadium, the streets lined with loyal Auburn fans, is an unforgettable experience. The Auburn Tigers home bench is on the Jordan-Hare Stadium sideline with sections 1-11. Jordan-Hare Stadium parking information is covered in our Tigers event guide.
The biggest football game in the state of Alabama, the Iron Bowl pits two football powerhouses against each other every year. Playing for the Sportsmanship Trophy and a whole lot of state pride, they have met 77 times and Alabama currently leads overall. There’s no love lost between fans and teams, and it’s a game that any college football fan would be lucky to attend.
It’s the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry, dating back to 1892 and amounting over 110 total games -- and as of this writing, the series was dead tied. The Auburn chant “WAR EAGLE” is said to have come from the first time this game was played, a 10-0 Auburn win in Atlanta. In the 1996 contest, Georgia’s mascot, a live Bulldog, lunged and tried to bite an Auburn WR. Even the animals know the other team isn’t welcome.
Auburn in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and SEC Championship
Playing in 37 NCAA Bowl games and including the National Title game in 2010, which they won, Auburn is certainly in the discussion of College Football royalty. Winners of seven SEC Championships the Auburn Tigers have demonstrated their ability to win the “big games” throughout history. TicketCity offers tickets to all college football bowl games, College Football Playoff games and the SEC Championship Game.
Auburn Tigers Event Guide
What are the best gameday traditions at an Auburn home game?
Tiger Walk brings together thousands of Auburn in a unique pre-game ceremony. Just prior to kickoff is the Flight of the Eagle, when Auburn’s eagle flies down from the top of the stadium on to the field. After an Auburn win, you must take part in Rolling Toomer’s corner, which is a tradition that will leave on even if Toomer’s Oaks aren’t part of it.
What are the best places to visit before an Auburn home game?
Toomer’s Drug Store is an institution at Auburn, around for over 100 years. Try their fresh lemonade, which has been rated the best in the South.
Why does Auburn have an Eagle and Tiger for a mascot?
Auburn’s mascot is the Tigers. War Eagle is Auburn’s battle cry, not a mascot. Auburn fans often exchange a friendly “War Eagle” whenever the see someone wearing an Auburn logo.