The average ticket prices of Georgia Bulldogs football games over the last four years of the college football seasons have seen significant changes. The Bulldogs average ticket prices have seen a pattern of increasing and decreasing every other year from 2014 to 2017. During the 2014 and 2016 college football seasons, tickets for Georgia games averaged around $100, while in 2015 and 2017 the ticket average experienced increases in the price. Georgia Bulldogs’ ticket prices experienced its largest decrease in 2016 with a 42% drop from the previous season going from a $169 average to $98. The average ticket price for Georgia’s current season for 2017 is at $113, the smallest increase in the last four seasons of 15%.
(Data updated 9/20/2017)
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2018 Georgia Season Preview
Watcha know ’bout dem Dawgs! This is it, Bulldog fans, young and old, the SEC East is up for grabs this year and not winning it would be a failure of a season, straight up. Now, you’ll then need to more than likely play Alabama, but let’s not focus on that for now. Win the East, and take care of business on September 30th at Tennessee. This is the toughest road game on the schedule and one that needs to end in a W for Georgia. Running back Nick Chubb is a man playing college football. He’s back instead of playing on Sundays and is already the Georgia Bulldogs’ second leading rusher with a shot, a shot of catching King Herschel if he can hit the 1,900 number. Could it happen? In a word, yes. But he will need a world of help which should come in the form of QB Jacod Eason and offensive guard/tackle Isaiah Wynn. This might be a special season for Georgia. Whether you are planning on cheering on Georgia at Sanford Stadium or supporting the Bulldogs on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Georgia Bulldogs tickets, including home and away games.
Georgia Bulldogs Football at Sanford Stadium Address: 100 Sanford Dr, Athens, Georgia, 30602
The Georgia Bulldogs play their home games at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia. Holding over 92,000 spectators, the field is surrounded by privet hedges in emulation of the Rose Bowl. Watching a game "Between the Hedges" is an unforgettable experience rich in tradition. The Georgia Bulldogs home bench is on the Sanford Stadium sideline with sections 126-136. Sanford Stadium parking is covered in our Bulldogs event guide.
Sanford Stadium Experience
While Georgia has a significant lead in the all-time series, the Gamecocks have had the upper hand recently in this inter-state battle. With recruiting battles heating up between the two schools and SC coach Steve Spurrier saying that the Bulldogs were their biggest conference rival, this matchup will get more heated every year.
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.
It’s just some “Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate” and so far, it’s the Bulldogs that are coming out victorious most of the time. The universities were founded over a century apart, but the hate is embedded in everything, including both school’s fight songs. If you’re a Georgia fan, you love to sign “To hell with Georgia Tech!” and this game is the best place to do it.
This is the most-played rivalry game in Georgia’s history, making it become known as the “Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry.” The first game was played in 1892 and to the second of this publishing, it’s a dead heat at wins, losses and ties. Both teams are college football powerhouses, and thus the game has had national title implication on the line many times. This is THE game for the hardcore Georgia (or even college football) fan to see in person.
Georiga in the College Football Championship, Bowl Games, and SEC Championship
How’s this for postseason bowl game dominance? With 50-bowl game appearances and more than 25 wins the Georgia Bulldogs are one of the top 5 most successful postseason teams in College Football History. The 12 SEC titles they have earned make them a feared force in the conference every year. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the SEC Championship Game.
2016 Georgia Football Preview
Going into the 2015 season the Georgia Bulldogs were considered a favorite to win the SEC East Division, but under Head Coach Mark Richt this did not occur after losing against Alabama, Tennessee, Auburn and Florida. The Bulldogs experienced a major change when Richt was fired after their last regular season game. Georgia was able to end the season on a high note winning the TaxSlayer Bowl against Penn State. As the 2016 season approaches, newly appointed Head Coach Kirby Smart has taken on the reigns to take the team into the SEC Championship. With a strong offensive team, they will start with a running game but with new recruit Jacob Eason and veteran Greyson Lambert there will be a more effective passing game. Smart will need to focus on bringing in strong defensive recruits to balance out the number of injuries and suspensions and combine them with experienced player Quincy Mauger, and one of the top SEC playmakers Dominick Sanders to build a top defensive unit. Important games on the 2016 Georgia Bulldogs schedule will be against Ole Miss on September 24th that will set the tone for the season and the next week against Tennessee which is the key to their SEC campaign.
2015 Georgia Football Preview
The Georgia Bulldogs finished a tie-breaker away from winning the SEC East last season. Despite a 34-0 trouncing of the eventual division winning Missouri Tigers, the Bulldogs were left out of the SEC title game. The high flying Bulldogs offense will turn the keys over to Brice Ramsey in 2015, but the key player for the Georgia offense will be running back Nick Chubb. Chubb stepped in for an injured Todd Gurley last season and proved to be one of the best backs in the SEC. Blocking for Chubb will be a Bulldog offensive line that might be the best in the SEC East, and should provide ample time for Chubb and Ramsey to operate in the backfield. There will be some questions marks for Georgia on the defensive side of the ball in 2015, as talented underclassmen Trenton Thompson, and Dominick Sanders step into the starting roles. The SEC East is wide open in 2015, with Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee and Missouri all having legitimate chances of bringing home the title. Key for Georgia’s 2015 SEC chances will be home games against South Carolina, Alabama, Missouri, and Florida.
2014 Georgia Football Preview
2013 saw the end of one of the most successful runs by any quarterback in SEC history. Aaron Murray started 4 seasons for the Bulldogs, recording over 120 touchdowns and throwing for more than 3,000 yards in every season that he played. Despite losing Murray to the NFL Draft, coming into the 2014 season the Bulldogs have every reason to believe they can make the SEC title game, and even the college football playoffs. The reason for this optimism? Todd Gurley. There may not be a more punishing running back in the country, and with an offensive line that boasts 3 upper classmen clearing the way, expect Gurley to have a monster year. Senior quarterback Hutson Mason finally gets his chance to step out of Murray’s shadow and should have the offense mastered. The Dawgs SEC slate doesn’t look as daunting as some other teams and their two key games will be against Florida, and Auburn, both of which are at home. If Mark Richt and company can win those two games, the Bulldogs will have a great chance of winning the SEC East for the 3rd time in 4 years.
2013 Georgia Football Preview
A 2012 season that saw the Georgia Bulldogs win 12 games and come within yards of upsetting Alabama in the SEC championship has only set the stage for a highly anticipated 2013 campaign. The Bulldogs will kick off their season by traveling to Clemson, and with early home contests against conference foes South Carolina and LSU, Mark Richt’s squad has a chance to make an immediate statement to the college football world. The Bulldogs will return 8 starters on offense, most notably quarterback Aaron Murray and running back Todd Gurley. Murray threw for 3,893 yards to go along with 36 touchdowns while Gurley rushed 1,385 yards and 17 scores. With the high-powered offense and the success of 2012, it will not surprise anyone if the Bulldogs are playing for a national championship by seasons end.
2011 Georgia Football Preview
It was not a banner year for the Georgia Bulldogs in 2010. Head coach Mark Richt blames a poorly run spring practice, but a lackluster running game, offensive line and toughness allowed the Bulldogs to finish the year under .500 for the first time in Richt’s career in Athens. He hopes to never have that happen again.
If you’re going to look for one positive from 2010, then it has to be the emergence of then-freshman quarterback Aaron Murray. Murray, who threw for 3,049 yards and 24 scores, was even praised by now-Cincinnati Bengal wide-out AJ Green, who believes the sophomore will eventually win the Heisman. He will be helped immensely by a good ground game, and the Dawgs hope that true freshman Isaiah Crowell will make it go. The wide receiver depth is hurt by the loss of Green, but will be bolstered by the veteran presence of juniors Tavarres King and Marlon Brown.
On the other side of the ball, the defensive line was not as sturdy as coaches hoped at the start of the season. However, adding JuCo stud nose guard John Jenkins will help them by allowing DeAngelo Tyson to move to the outside. Strong-side outside linebacker and USC transfer Jarvis Jones will look to bolster the the up-front presence, while corner Brandon Boykin postponed his eventual NFL life to come back to Athens to help his future alma mater, and his UGA career, finish on a strong note.
2010 Georgia Football Preview
Georgia coach Mark Richt had quite a successful run in his nine years in charge in Athens, but last year was a bit of a disappointment. The Bulldogs finished 8-5 in 2009, which was their worst season under Richt. Thanks to a talented offense, they should be able to challenge Florida for the SEC East crown.
Georgia is home to one of the most explosive wide receivers in the country in junior A.J. Green. The 6-foot-4 pass catcher has the skills to be a dynamic force in offensive coordinator Mike Bobo's scheme, though the question of who will be throwing to him has yet to be answered. There is very little experience at quarterback, and redshirt freshman Aaron Murray appears to be the likely starter when the season begins.
Bulldog fans are expecting improvement on defense after the team ranked near the bottom in most categories last year. Richt fired three of four defensive coaches, and has installed former Dallas Cowboys assistant coach Todd Grantham as defensive coordinator. Senior defensive end Demarcus Dobbs will have to provide leadership for the inexperienced group.
If the coaching changes on defense deliver results, there's no reason to believe that Georgia won't be a staple in the top 10 all year long. If not, fans will be looking at another mediocre result.
2009 Georgia Football Preview
The 2009 Georgia Bulldogs will be looking to surprise some teams coming into the season. Head Coach Mark Richt lost a few of his star players on offense, including star QB Matthew Stafford, but still returns a ton of talent to Athens. If one of the Bulldogs QB prospects steps up and Caleb King comes on strong at the running back position, then things will be looking up quickly for the Dawgs. Richt has molded Georgia into a perennial SEC power, so there is no reason to believe that the 2009 season will be any different. Expect Georgia to be one of the top teams in the country and if things go right they could be in the hunt for the National Championship in late November.
2008 Georgia Football Preview
The Georgia Bulldogs take to the field this season, already armed with the ammunition necessary to win a national title. Head Coach Mark Richt and the team are ready to tear the hide off any contender who gets in their way. With 16 returning starters and 45 returning letter winners, the 2008 Georgia Bulldogs are as big as they get. Watch out for sophomore Knowshon Moreno, who turned heads in 2007 with 1,334 yards rushing and 14 touchdowns. Moreno was elected SEC freshman of the year in 2007, and he's not ready to let go of the buzz just yet.
The Bulldogs will have some contention to deal with, however, playing a tough schedule against football giants including: Tennessee, Central Michigan, Arizona State, and LSU. The team will have to keep their pace through the middle of the season to guarantee a solid finish. Come out in 2008 and cheer on the Bulldogs all the way to a national championship!