College Football Playoff Tickets
Dec 31, 2015
2015 Cotton Bowl - Playoff Semifinal
AT&T Stadium - Arlington, TX
College Football Playoff Ticket Information
Thanks to the implementation of the College Football Playoff, the postseason will never be the same. Reserve your spot in the stands today by checking out the College Football Playoff schedule above displaying event information for the coming year's cities and venues. Matchup information will be added to the table as well once the respective teams have been selected for participation and assigned to a semifinal. For help locating your ideal College Football Playoff tickets, you can get in touch with a Vivid Seats sales agent by calling 866.848.8499 or connect online through your phone or computer via Live Chat.
Launched in 2014, a selection committee from diverse and esteemed backgrounds produces a list of the season's top four college football teams, using various measures as a guide to ensure the best programs make the cut. The schools that are selected are then matched up according to seeding and sent to square off at two separate, predetermined semifinals sites. Teams must win their respective semifinal game to in turn qualify to compete in the College Football Championship contest, which also will take place at a previously selected venue roughly a week later. Take advantage of the chance to experience the postseason like never before, purchase College Football Playoff tickets from Vivid Seats and begin planning your trip today.
College Football Playoff News
Four Different Conferences Represented in First-Ever College Football Playoff
Shop the Vivid Seats marketplace today for College Football Playoff tickets to experience the inaugural semifinal and championship games live. The final CFP rankings released Dec. 7 looked much different from the first iteration issued back at the end of October. Only the ACC’s Florida State Seminoles remained consistent enough to retain their top-four slot, while the others, which at the time included Mississippi State, Auburn, and Ole Miss, were instead bumped out by the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide (SEC), No. 2 Oregon Ducks (Pac-12), and No. 4 Ohio State Buckeyes (Big Ten). Interestingly enough, none of the participating College Football Playoff teams met during the regular season.
In the first-ever College Football Playoff semifinal contest, Oregon will take on Florida State in the Rose Bowl. The New Year’s Day matchup in Pasadena will begin in the afternoon at Rose Bowl Stadium and will lead into the evening Sugar Bowl matchup pitting Alabama against Ohio State inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. The winner of each semifinal game will then punch a ticket into the Jan. 12 College Football Championship game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.