Every true college football fan will tell you an LSU home game is on their sports bucket list. Because attending an LSU home football game is an experience that goes beyond just football. The Tigers also have some of the best fans who show up in huge numbers to every game. That combination means that demand for LSU tickets is quite high. A big game in Baton Rouge typically costs $100 for a "get in" ticket, which is for a seat in the 600-level. Fans who want to sit down near the field will likely pay $300+ per ticket for something in the 100 & 300-level on sidelines.
LSU has been playing college football since 1902, which is over a century the Tigers have had to build out their amazing fan base. There are a whole lot of folks in Louisiana who want to be there live in Baton Rouge to see the Tigers play. Every big Tigers home game will be packed as fans arrive days before the game to start the party. The tailgate scene at LSU is legendary and starts on Thursday for a Saturday game. LSU fans then carry over that party into the stadium on game day, which creates the deafening roars of the crowd throughout the game. Many visiting team fans circle this game on their calendar so they can make this trek to Bayou Country to see this spectacle up-close and in-person.
LSU's biggest home games are their conference games against SEC foes Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee. LSU will often play a few regional non-conference opponents like La Tech, McNeese State, Northwestern State, Southern and SE Louisiana. The Tigers will also schedule a few big name opponents like Florida State, Miami, Texas and UCLA.
The Tigers game versus Alabama often helps to decide which team will represent the SEC East in Atlanta at the Championship Game. LSU and Bama have played each other more than 85 times dating back to their initial game in 1895. A handful of those games in recent years have come when both teams were ranked in the AP Top 5. LSU games against Arkansas have become quite a rivalry as they Battle for the Golden Boot. Texas A&M versus LSU is also a major draw, as these two schools compete heavily in recruiting and are only separately by 360 miles along Interstate 10. Other fans show up strong when Auburn, LSU or Ole Miss come to Baton Rouge.
LSU fans expect the Tigers to be in contention for the SEC Championship Game. A good 2023 season would see the Tigers get back to Atlanta to play for a chance to win the SEC Championship. That would likely earn them a spot in the top 4 of the College Football Playoffs, which provides them the potential to add another National Championship trophy to their collection.
LSU Top Games
- vs Alabama
- vs Arkansas
- vs Auburn
- vs Florida
- vs Oklahoma
- vs Ole Miss
- vs Tennessee
- vs Texas
- vs Texas A&M
- SEC Championship Game (when LSU qualifies)
LSU Tickets & Parking
LSU football tickets are available for home games at Tiger Stadium and Tigers road games. Neutral site games like the SEC Championship and bowl games are also available. Each Tigers game has a wide selection of tickets available to purchase from cheapest 600-level seats to 100-level seats down by the field. Individual game tickets for the 2023 season are available, as well as, LSU season tickets, which include home games for the whole season. LSU Football Parking is also available for those fans who want to secure their parking pass before they arrive in Baton Rouge. In addition to LSU, we also handle all New Orleans Saints games as well as a variety of other events around the great state of Louisiana.
LSU Tigers Sports
We offer tickets to every major sporting event at LSU including those below: