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The SEC Championship Game is one of the premier events in college football. Many SEC fans consider it almost as great an accomplishment to win an SEC Championship, as it is to win a National Championship. The SEC Championship has evolved into one of the most highly anticipated games in college football. The game crowns the champion from the Southeastern Conference, which is currently the most dominate conference in college football. The top team from the SEC East and top squad from the SEC West get together in Atlanta to decide who will keep the title for the coming year. The SEC Championship was first played in 1992, when Alabama defeated Florida 28-21. Since that time, only 5 other SEC teams have won the Championship and only 9 conference members have played in the game. The SEC Eastern division team is home team in even-numbered years, and the SEC West is the home team in odd-numbered years.

Fans attending the SEC Championship are treated to one of the most unique atmospheres in sports. The game is a special experience filled with passionate fans, football and great parties. SEC fans love football and each group has their own traditions they bring to the game. From "Rocky Top", to "Hotty Toddy", to Florida fans doing the Gator chomp, the pageantry at the SEC Championship game is everywhere across Atlanta in the lead up to the game. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for SEC Championship Game tickets.

2015 SEC Championship Game Preview

The 2014 SEC Championship game will be played on Saturday, December 6th, 2014 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia. The game has been played at the Georgia Dome every season since 1994 and is one of the most anticipated games of the season. The SEC Championship Game matches up the Missouri Tigers against the Alabama Crimson Tide. Missouri looks for their 1st ever SEC title, while Alabama looks to win their 2nd title in 3 years. The game is a matchup of top 15 teams, and Alabama will advance to the CFP with a win. Every season since 1995, one of the two teams in the SEC Championship game has been ranked in the top 5 in the country.

The 2013 SEC Championship game was one of the most exciting games of the 2013 College football season. A matchup of top 10 teams in Auburn and Missouri, the game pitted two of the nation’s best defenses against one another. But it was the offenses that would shine, with the final score ending Auburn 59, Missouri 42. It was the highest scoring game in the history of the SEC Championship game. The game was separated by only 3 points going into the 4th quarter, but a 2 touchdown quarter by Auburn’s Tre Mason gave the Tigers the SEC Championship and earned them a trip to the National Championship game.

Check out our SEC Championship Game Preview History page for previews of previous SEC Championship Games.

SEC Championship at the Georgia Dome

Address: 1 Georgia Dome Dr NW, Atlanta, Georgia, 30313

The Georgia Dome in Atlanta has been the home of the SEC Championship Game since 1994, after the first two games in the series were held at Legion Field in Birmingham, Alabama. The Georgia Dome lists a capacity of just over 71,000 for football games, but the attendance for the SEC Championship regularly exceeds that number. The largest crowd to see the game was just over 83,000 for the first SEC Championship at Legion. The Georgia Dome is located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia and the home of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons. There are four levels inside the Georgia Dome; the Lower level (or 100-level), the Club level and Mezzanine level (or 200-level) and the Upper level (or 300-level).

Georgia Dome 100 Level (Lower Level)

Offer the best view of the action on the field. Sections 101-140 are all in the lower level. There are typically 34 to 36 rows in each section of the 100 level. The home team bench is typically in-front of sections 130-140.

Georgia Dome 200 Level (Club & Mezzanine)

The Club and Mezzanine level share the second tier, with the Clubs running goal line to goal line while the Mezzanine seats are in the Endzone and corners. Sections 217-226 and 244-251 are the Club seats. Sections 200-216 and 227-243 are the Mezzanine sections. There are 16 rows in most sections on the 200 level, except a few that only have 10 or 11 rows in the middle of the endzone.

Georgia Dome 300 Level (Upper Level)

The highest tier at the Georgia Dome offers some of the best prices for the SEC Championship and a nice view of the action. Sections 301-352 make up the upper level. There are 26 rows in each section of the 300 level. The Suites at the Georgia Dome are located between the Club and Upper Level; for info on purchasing a suite please contact TicketCity.

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Where is the best place to park at the Georgia Dome for the SEC Championship?

The Georgia Dome is located just west of downtown Atlanta proper. Many fans choose to get to the GA Dome via the Atlanta rail system, MARTA. If you do want drive & park, there are a limited numbers of spots at the Georgia World Congress Center and nearby Philips Arena. The prices for garage and surface lots range from $15 and up, depending on how close you are to the Dome. TicketCity can assist you in securing a parking pass for the game.

How can I buy cheap SEC Championship Game tickets?

TicketCity offers a large selection of SEC Championship Game tickets which includes some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Tickets for the SEC Championship Game fluctuate based on demand for the games. Bigger matchups typically push demand higher & the price of tickets. The opposite can happen if the SEC Championship Game matchup is less intriguing. Marquee teams, like the Alabama Crimson Tide, Georgia Bulldogs, LSU Tigers, and other teams with large fan bases, can drive up SEC Championship Game ticket prices. The SEC Championship Game is one of the biggest sporting events in the country, so if you’re looking for cheap tickets you may want to act early before the big push in late November.

Where are the best places to eat in Atlanta for the SEC Championship?

Mary Mac’s or the Colonnade are great choices for delicious southern cooking. Stats is one of the best sports bars in the South. The Varsity is an institution in Atlanta, and famous for the chili cheese dogs and Frosted Orange. Atlanta is the home base for Chick-fil-A. Einstein’s is the spot for brunch on the day after the game.

Which SEC teams have won the most football championships?

The Alabama Crimson Tide have claimed over 20 conference titles since 1933, but the Florida Gators have won the most SEC titles since the conference championship game began in 1992. There are two former SEC members with conference titles; Georgia Tech won 5 and Tulane won 3.

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