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The USC Trojans football seasons have steadily increased in average ticket prices over the last four years. Between the Trojans’ 2014 to 2017 seasons there has been an increase in ticket averages each season. There was little change from the 2015 and 2016 college football seasons for USC with a rise of only 5% from year to year. The largest increase has occurred in for the upcoming 2017 USC season moving from a $88 ticket average in 2016 to a $126 average. The spike in the 2017 ticket price for the UCLA Bruins football games was a 44% rise.

USC Trojans football Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 6/26/2017)

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2017 USC Season Preview

Pressure is literally always on, a never-ending spotlight on the USC Trojans. The L.A. darlings come into 2017 with yet more expectations of winning it all. 10-3 was nice last season, but the number 3 stings. The good news is the 2017 Trojan schedule is favorable with no games versus Oregon nor Washington. They will host Texas in Los Angeles, and if they get by Notre Dame and hold court with the likes of cross-town rival UCLA and Cal at home, they’re good to go! QB Sam Darnold is probably the best player on the team, but who’s going to keep this kid upright? That falls on Chuma Edoga’s massive shoulders. Thankfully they really are massive because at tackle he will need to make sure Darnold has time to work. Running back Ronald Jones and wide receiver Deontay Brunett will play in the NFL. If you enjoy watching next level talent, tune into the Coliseum this year. Whether you are planning on cheering on USC State at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Stadium or supporting the Trojans on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 USC Trojans State Spartans tickets, including home and away games.

USC Trojans Football at The Coliseum

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USC plays their home games at The Coliseum, or also known as Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Tickets for USC home games are always a hot commodity. That's because the action at a USC game isn't just on the field. The famous USC Song Girls lead the cheers and there are often celebrities (Will Ferrell, Snoop Dogg, Nick Lachey) in the stands for big games. Fans of the Trojans celebrate all USC home victories by singing their school fight song, Fight On. The USC Trojans home bench is on the The Colisuem sideline with sections 19-25. The Coliseum parking information is covered in our Trojans event guide.

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USC Trojans Rivals

No rivalry has more national titles and All-Americans between the two teams than this one, so it’s easy to see why the date of this game should be circled every year. Never in the same conference and thousands of miles away from each other, this rivalry exists simply because it’s the best of the best. Go to this game if you want to see the best college football has to offer.

A rivalry that divides one of the biggest cities in the country, USC and UCLA are only 10 miles apart geographically but are on two opposite sides of the spectrum when it comes to everything else. The winner of the crosstown game gets to claim the Victory Bell and many times the games puts the winner into the Rose Bowl (which is also UCLA’s home field).

USC Trojans in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and PAC 12 Championship

There is no doubt that USC is one of the top college football programs in the History of the sport. The Trojans have accomplished more than most other football programs can dream about; USC has won a National Championship in 2004, over 30 bowl games and a an earth shattering 38 Pac 10/12 conference championships. USC is a top contender to play in the PAC 12 and a New Year's 6 bowl game just about every season. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the PAC 12 Championship Game.

USC Trojans Event Guide

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What are the best traditions at a USC Trojans home football game?

USC has been playing college football since 1888, so the Trojans program is rich with traditions. Fight On is the phrase borrowed from the fight song and often paired up with a two finger V for victory salute. The USC Song Girls are among the most famous cheerleaders in football and known all around for their vintage USC white sweaters.

When do the gates open prior to a USC Trojans home football game?

Gates at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum open 2 hours prior to kickoff for USC home games.

Does my child need a ticket to attend a USC home football game?

Children under two years of age are allowed in the Coliseum without a ticket, but must sit on the lap of their parent during the game. Strollers are not allowed inside the stadium.

USC Trojans Preview History

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2016 USC Football Preview

The USC Trojans start the 2016 season with uncertainty after a disappointing 2015 season and the changes that have occurred within the team and staffing. The 2015 season ended with 8 regular season wins and 2 losses in the PAC-12 Championship and Bowl game. Clay Helton has been named the permanent head coach for USC; expectations are low for Helton’s first year as head coach so the best way to change the publics’ opinion will be to win. For the 2016 season, USC returns with 32 starters, including 17 on offense, 13 on defense and two on special teams. A key departure for the Trojans is quarterback Cody Kessler, leaving a battle for a new QB starter between Max Browne and Sam Darnold. The quarterback will have an important role assisting wide receiver star JuJu Smith-Shuster, who is predicted to be a favorite for the 2016 Biletnikoff Award based on the big passing plays Shuster executed in 2015. The top games on the 2016 USC Trojans’ schedule will be the season opener against Alabama and final game against Notre Dame, which both will attract national buzz.

2015 USC Football Preview

USC Trojans enter 2015 with as much hype as they have had since Pete Carroll left Los Angeles. The Trojans first year under head coach Steve Sarkisian saw USC fall in 4 games, 3 of them coming by a combined 13 points. But the Trojans are hopeful that senior quarterback Cody Kessler will be more prepared to win those close games in 2015. Kessler threw for almost 4,000 yards in 2014, and is a Heisman candidate entering 2015. The Trojans will also feature a defensive line that will start 3 seniors, and has one of the deepest units in the Pac-12. Look for the USC Trojans to win the Pac-12 South in 2015, and challenge the North Division’s conference supremacy. Top games on the 2015 USC Trojans schedule include against Stanford, at Notre Dame, at Oregon, and against UCLA to finish the season.

2014 USC Football Preview

If any team had an up and down year in 2013, it was USC. Lane Kiffen’s era as head coach of the Trojans came to an unceremonious end after a mediocre start. But USC rallied and put together one of the gutsiest wins of the season, beating eventual Pac-12 champion Stanford. The offseason saw the exit of ultra-talented Marqise Lee and Robert Woods, but also the introduction of Steve Sarkisian as head coach. Sarkisian inherits a team led by junior quarterback Cody Kessler and a defense anchored by middle linebacker Hayes Pullard. The Trojans defensive front 7 will likely be one of the best in the Pac-12, if not the country, and will look to maul opposing teams. The Pac-12 South Division may be decided by the Trojans first and last Pac-12 games. Week 2 USC will travel to Palo Alto to take on Stanford in a rematch of last year’s thriller. The Trojans will finish their Pac-12 schedule off with a trip across town to take on arch-rival UCLA. If USC wins both of those games, they will likely be present in the Pac-12 title game come December.

2011 USC Football Preview

The Trojans are entering the 2011 season with plenty of lingering issues. First, they still have a year left on their NCAA probation. That led to number two—their lack of scholarship players. Lastly, they’re playing in their first year of PAC-12 South play, which brings in a new opponent (Colorado) and logistics. However, with a team under that much weight for past indiscretions, 2010 ended with eight wins, three losses within a combined seven points and a third-place Pac-10 finish. Head Coach Lane Kiffin has a lot to work with considering his situation, and is looking to improve in 2011, even with nine 2010 players now in the NFL.

It will all start and end with quarterback Matt Barkley. Last year he shone, throwing for 2,791 yards and 26 touchdowns, and along with tailback Marc Tyler’s nine scores, kept the scoreboard going. Alas, the Trojans’ receiving corps took a hit in the offseason, leaving Barkley a scant amount of targets to look for other than last year’s breakout freshman, Robert Woods. A depleted offensive line might be another one of those lingering issues, but Barkley’s experience should help alleviate that some.

On the defensive side, injuries are hurting the core of the team, with senior tackle Armond Armstead experiencing chest pains and senior Christian Tupou re-tweaking his knee. Along with linebackers, the defensive line could be experiencing more shifts than Kiffin would like, but with a secondary that boasts top tier talent with the likes of junior safety T.J. McDonald and sophomore cornerback Nickell Robey, everything should be set for a Trojan run for, if not pride, the top talent in the country.

2010 USC Football Preview

When ticket holders turn out to watch USC Trojans football, they typically come with high expectations. In 2009, the team beat Boston College in the Emerald Bowl, and finished the season with a 9-4 record and a number 20 ranking in the Coaches Poll. While many teams only dream of these results, the season ended the Trojan's seven-year streak in which they won or shared the Pac-10 Conference Championship, reached a BCS bowl game and finished with a top 4 ranking in the AP Poll.

Clearly, the Trojans, under head coach Lane Kiffin, are looking to get back to the top of the standings in their 2010 campaign - and they have a few distinct advantages. USC is one of the few fortunate teams to have depth at quarterback, running back and on the defensive line. While QB Matt Barkley will retain his starting job after throwing 15 touchdowns last year, backup Mitch Mustain has shown that he's ready to step in when needed.

In addition, the Trojans are one of only two Pac-10 teams to retain all of their starting linebackers from last season, and will finally be able to start the talented cover corner Shareece Wright, now that he is healthy and academically eligible.

Beginning in September, USC's scheduled is dotted with exciting games against rivals like Stanford, Cal, UCLA and Notre Dame.

2009 USC Football Preview

The story of the 2009 USC Trojans will likely be the same one that has played out the last few years in the land of Troy. USC loses some of their top players to the NFL draft, including their star quarterback; only to replace them with players of equal talent and keep on rolling. USC Head Coach Pete Carroll is the envy of every college football coach in America when it comes to recruiting. Carroll stockpiles talent on the Trojans roster, like most head coaches stockpile water bottles in the locker room. The good news for Trojans fans is that Carroll doesn't just collect 5-star talent to ride the pine, he gets them on the field early and often. Much of the success that USC has had over the past decade can be attributed to a willingness to play talented, young USC recruits. The 2009 season should be no difference for USC; led by a host of all-star players they'll play great football and be in the National Championship conversation the entire season.

2008 USC Football Preview

The Trojans finished their powerful 2007 season with a win at the Rose Bowl, and are looking to get right back at it in 2008. Though the team is losing some key players for the 2008 season, the talent of this program surpasses any individual loss the team will face. The Trojans will need to replace thier former quarterback, John David Booty, but they already have an excellent pick for the position: Mark Sanchez. Though the team is losing the entire offensive line, the defense remains solid, with returning linebackers Brian Cushing and Rey Maualuga.

Look out for this USC team this season: they are going to make some big plays and are a main contender for a national championship. Head Coach Pete Carroll - two-time Pac-10 coach of the year - is about to unleash a mess of Trojans all over the scene, and they are going to conquer the weak. Be sure and grab some tickets to a USC game this year - this team is in its prime and is hungry for a big 'ol trophy!

 

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