This annual ACC powerhouse leads the league in conference titles and will look to add another as a new season kicks off at Memorial Stadium. Secure your Clemson football tickets early and watch the exciting new crop of Tigers on their journey toward a postseason berth.
The season is upon us, and that means the Tigers’ claws are out and ready to pounce on the competition. Purchase your Clemson Tigers football tickets here at Vivid Seats and you can be one of the lucky few to experience the jubilation inside “Death Valley.” Clemson could easily find themselves atop the ACC and in a bowl game, so show your support at home and away games to push them over the top. We’ve got great seats to top rivalry games, including the Battle for Palmetto State, the Textile Bowl, and the O'Rourke–McFadden Trophy, as well as marquee matchups with Georgia, Auburn, and FSU. Look over our 2013 Clemson football schedule and click on the “Tickets” link to view every Clemson Tigers football ticket in the marketplace. You can find tickets by clicking directly on the Memorial Stadium seating chart, or use tools like the seating quantity filter and the price range bar to search according to how many tickets you want at the price you can afford. To checkout, just hit “Buy,” and fill out the billing and shipping information. If you have any questions we’re here at 1.866.848.8499, or simply chat with us using the Live Chat feature. Our 100% Buyer’s Guarantee means your Clemson football tickets will arrive on time.
Clemson Tigers Bowl Game Ticket Information
If history is an indicator, the Tigers can easily earn a bowl game berth, and Vivid Seats will be right here with plenty of Clemson Tigers bowl game tickets to let you witness it live. Keep in mind we have tickets every bowl game, including Music City Bowl tickets and Orange Bowl tickets.
Boyd Primed to Lead Tigers to BCS National Championship
The Clemson Tigers are riding a wave of positive momentum after finishing 2012 with an 11-2 record and capping things off with a 25-24 victory over the LSU Tigers in the Chick-fil-A-Bowl. Now, they’ve got their sights set on winning the ACC and competing for the BCS National Championship. Behind the arm and legs of junior QB and ACC Player of the Year, Tajh Boyd, who threw for 3,896 yards and 36 touchdowns and ran for 514 yards and 10 touchdowns, Clemson put up a monstrous 41 points per game. In 2013, with impressive players like WR Sammy Watkins, WR Charone Peake, and RB Roderick McDowell in the mix, there’s no reason that Boyd and Co. can’t stand as one of the most potent offenses in the nation once again. Head coach Dabo Swinney will ensure that the team retains its edge, and with seven starters returning to a defensive unit that held LSU to just 219 yards in the bowl showdown, Clemson could emerge as the No. 1 team in the country.
Death Valley will certainly be roaring when Clemson launches the season on Aug. 31, as the Tigers will look to feed off highly charged fans inside Clemson Memorial Stadium when the Georgia Bulldogs make their way to town. The 2013 Clemson football schedule has the Tigers’ hunt to play in the ACC Championship beginning with the Textile Bowl against the N.C. State Wolfpack on Sept. 19. Fans that purchase Clemson football tickets can witness key ACC matchups throughout the season, as the Tigers will take on the Boston College Eagles for the O’Rourke-McFadden Trophy on Oct. 12, and then suit up for other intense rivalry games against the Florida State Seminoles (Oct. 19), Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (Nov. 14), and The Battle of the Palmetto State against the South Carolina Gamecocks on Nov. 30.