Florida Gators football average ticket price have seen slight changes from the 2014 to 2017 college football seasons. The lowest ticket average was in 2014 with a price of $79, the following year there was a large increase of 22% with tickets hitting an average of $96 in 2015. The largest decrease in Gators football sales occurred in 2016 with a 12% drop in the average ticket price, going from $96 to a ticket average of $84. The average ticket price for the Florida Gators upcoming 2017 football season has seen a jump in the price, rising to an average of $120, which is a 42% and the highest average over the last four seasons.
(Data updated 9/19/2017)
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Florida Gators Football at The Swamp Address: 157 Gale Lemerand Dr, Gainesville, Florida, 32601
The Florida Gators play heir home games at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Florida. Holding over 90,000 spectators, it's the 10th largest college stadium in America. Also known as the Swamp, the stadium is considered one of the most inhospitable venues to play as a visiting team. On-field temperatures often reach over 100 degrees, and with the closed-in design of the stands, there is no breeze to bring relief from the heat. Then there's the crowd, which also takes advantage of the bowl shape of the stadium to be one of the loudest in college football. The Florida Gators home bench is on the Ben Hill Griffin Stadium sideline with sections 2-16. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium parking is covered in our Gators event guide.
There’s not many rivalries that have produced the games and moments this one has, even going so far as a national title game in 1996 that was won by Florida. Whether it’s 94’s Choke at Doak or the Sugar Bowl, the names usually involved in this rivalry are legendary. From Bowden to Spurrier to Tebow, this is a game you do not want to miss.
Held annually in Jacksonville at Everbank Field, it’s the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party – one of the only places where the pre-game is as crazy and adventurous as the contest itself. Fans from Athens and Gainesville make the trip to Jacksonville to be a part of a huge rivalry and lots of fun, and this game is a must for any college football fan.
Florida Gators in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and SEC Championship
It hasn’t been since 1990 that the Gators have failed to reach postseason play and over that time they have put together two National Champion Seasons, winning it all in 2006 and 2008. Their .500 record over 40 plus historical bowl games is impressive but their eight SEC Championships since 1991 is even more remarkable.
2016 Florida Football Preview
Jim McElwain enters his second season as the Florida Gators' head coach with much excitement from fans. Last season, the Gators surprised everyone with 10 wins in the 2015 season and their appearance in the SEC Championship Game against Alabama Crimson Tide. Florida was able to prove that their young team was able to make some big plays when they squared off against No. 3 Ole Miss and crushed them, 38-10. Coming into 2016 football season, McElwain has compiled a team of young offensive talent that are eager to make their move in college football, such as sophomore Martez Ivey as offensive tackle leading the way. The Gators defense is mainly stacked with upperclassman but with promising young recruits, Cece Jefferson and Chauncey Gardner, they will be ready to take on the competition this season. Top games in the Florida Gators' 2016 schedule include SEC games against Tennessee and LSU, while also October 29th beating the Georgia Bulldogs could be crucial to the Gators chance to compete for the East title in the SEC. All eyes will be on the Florida Gators to see if they will be able to keep the momentum going from 2015 and take back their spot as a top college team in 2016.
2015 Florida Football Preview
The Florida Gators entered last season at a crossroads, and the team went a direction that Gators fans were hoping they wouldn’t. Florida’s offensive woes continued, as the team lost tough SEC East games against LSU, Missouri, and South Carolina, before falling to in state rival Florida State. The season proved to be the end for Will Muschamp, and Florida brought in former Colorado State coach Jim McElwain to take the reins. McElwain will inherit a young Florida offense in 2015. Florida is expected to start as many as 6 underclassmen on offense, including freshman Will Grier. But McElwain has proven to exceed expectations, especially on the offensive side of the ball. The Florida Gators 2015 defense will once again be the pride of the team, with the veteran unit holding the talent to be the best defense in the SEC East. It is always hard to judge teams with new head coaches, but Florida has the talent to surprise teams in 2015. Top games on the Florida Gators 2015 schedule include home games against Tennessee, Ole Miss, Georgia, and Florida State.
2014 Florida Football Preview
Will Muschamp enters his 4th season as the Florida Gators head coach with a target on his back. After a promising 11 win season in 2012, the Gators responded with a 4-8 campaign in 2013 that saw the team miss a bowl game for the first time since 1990. The season was highlighted with a home loss to FCS Georgia Southern, who won despite not completing a single pass attempt. Florida comes into 2014 as a bit of an uncertainty. The team lost some major talent on the defensive side of the ball with players like Dominique Easley, Jaylen Watkins, and Ronald Powell all leaving for the NFL. But the offense returns one of the most experienced front 5’s in college football to protect junior quarterback Jeff Driskel. Driskel will try to fix the Gators offensive woes from last season that saw the team score under 20 points in their final 7 games. If Muschamp can work some of his defensive magic on a depleted, but still talented Florida defensive group, the Gators could make some waves in the SEC East. With games at Alabama, at Georgia, and at Florida State, the boys from Gainesville will have plenty of time in the spotlight, for better or worse.
2013 Florida Football Preview
The Florida Gators will look to build off a season that saw them win 11 games and end the season with a BCS appearance. Huge victories in 2012 against Texas A&M, LSU, South Carolina, and Florida State has set up a 2013 season high in expectations. The Gators will have an improved offensive line that should allow junior quarterback Jeff Driskel the time needed to make plays down the field. Even with losing a few key players to the NFL, the defense should once again be among the best in college football.
The running game and special teams will also give the Gators an advantage against most of the competition, but for the Gators to return to a BCS game, the team will need Driskel and the passing game to step up. The Swamp will once again be one of the toughest places to play for opposing teams and with matchups against Vanderbilt and Florida State; the home field advantage could be the key for the 2013 season.
2011 Florida Football Preview
This season will be the opening salvo in the career of Will Muschamp as head coach in Gainsville. He’s brought a pro-style offense with him, namely in the visage and teachings of new offensive coordinator Charlie Weis, to run with the big dogs in the SEC.
Weis’ main concern will be dealing with the quarterback situation, his specialty. Last year, the first without Tim Tebow, was a disaster, with now-senior John Brantley ranking at or around the bottom of the SEC in major categories, along with a TD-to-TO ratio of 9/10. What saved the Gators many times last year were their two backs, Jeffery Demps and Chris Rainey. Out on the wings, barring any significant setback with Brantley, senior Deonte Thompson and junior Omarius Hines will look to make strides playing in the new, Weis-oriented system.
The defense has just as many question marks, as a 2010 they’d like to forget ended ranked tied last for sacks (21). Sophomore Ronald Powell will attempt to shore up the D-line, and the linebacking corps will be led by sophomore Gerald Christian, who game to Florida as a fullback. Even without the recently dismissed All-SEC cornerback Janoris Jenkins, the secondary might be the strongest and most veteran point of the unit, with junior Jeremy Brown and senior Moses Jenkins helping keep things on terra firma in The Swamp.
2010 Florida Football Preview
Florida was unable to win its third national championship in four years in 2009, but the Gators only lost one game - to eventual champion Alabama. It will be difficult to duplicate that success this year following the graduation of quarterback Tim Tebow, who was one of the best players to play the college game.
Although Tebow is gone, coach Urban Meyer has a number of offensive weapons still at his disposal. Junior quarterback John Brantley has been laying in wait for three years and finally has the opportunity to lead the Gator offense. He will have fair amount of talent surrounding him including junior running back Jeff Demps and senior receiver Deonte Thompson.
As prolific as the offense was a year ago, the defense was equally impressive - the squad ranked first or second in the SEC in every major category. Six starters are gone from that group, and the linebacking corp is especially up the air, with no set group of starters. Junior cornerback Janoris Jenkins leads a talented secondary that should provide solid pass defense.
While it may be a stretch to put Florida back in the national championship, it is certainly not out of the question. The Gators are likely to maintain their perch atop the SEC East, but an October 2 date at Alabama could prove difficult.
2009 Florida Football Preview
The Florida Gators enter the 2009 season with two things on their mind: winning another National Championship and getting another Heisman Trophy for quarterback Tim Tebow. The Gators are the reigning National Champs of college football after knocking off the Oklahoma Sooners in the Orange Bowl in January. Now Florida must fill a few key positions and get energized to make another run through the brutal SEC conference. QB Tebow returns for his Senior season in Gainesville, so the offense will be in great hands. Head Coach Urban Meyer just needs to make sure his defense plays lights out football and Florida will be the odds on favorite to spend early 2010 in Pasadena at the Rose Bowl.
2008 Florida Football Preview
The 2008 Florida foootball team is looking fantastic heading into the season. Preseason polls are ranking the Gators as one of the top five teams in the nation. The Florida offense is as strong as it was in 2007, as returning sophomore Heisman winner Tim Tebow (now a junior) and a slew of wide recievers including Percy Harvin, Louis Murphy, and Riley Cooper make this team an immediate threat. Another offensive weapon to look out for is Chris Rainey, whose star performance at the Gators' spring game turned heads.
The Gator's defense is still a little shaky, especially after last year's embarassing loss of 524 yards to Michigan in the Capital One Bowl. Coach Urban Meyer has already added two new defenseive coaches to the squad this season, and has bolstered the defensive recruiting class to bring more talent to the side. The Gators will play a tough schedule, including the annual trip to Jacksonville to face Georgia - the preseason favorite. No matter how tough a schedule, expect big plays and thrilling outing by these 2008 Florida Gators.