It’s hard to top Saturdays in Tallahassee, so get your Florida State football tickets now and enjoy the drum lines, tailgating, and Seminole War Chants in and around Doak Campbell Stadium. Feel the rush of over 82,000 proud FSU fans by standing in support of the legendary Seminole football program live!
Florida State Seminoles Football Tickets and Schedule
There aren’t many programs in college football that have the legacy and support quite like Florida State. Everyone knows what they’re in for when they step inside “Doak,” and they know that when the Seminoles come in their territory they’re in for a battle. Buy your Florida State Seminoles football tickets here and you can join The Tribe to experience the pandemonium of Florida State football as they fight to win the ACC and earn a bowl game berth. And of course, we’re your resource for the top rivalry games, including their historic matchups in the Battle for the Governor’s Cup, the Battle of the Sunshine State, the Bowden Bowl, and the Jefferson-Eppes Trophy. Familiarize yourself with the 2013 Florida State football schedule, and then hit the tickets link to see all of the Florida State Seminoles football tickets we’ve got. You can click right on the Doak Campbell Stadium seating chart to find specific seats, or utilize tools like the price range bar to search according to how much money you want to spend. When you want to purchase, click “Buy,” and enter in the necessary billing and shipping information. Be sure to contact us at any time with questions, either by phone at 1.866.848.8499, or with the Live Chat feature. We’ll ensure that your Florida State football tickets arrive on time.
Florida State Seminoles Bowl Game Ticket Information
Everyone expects a juggernaut like the Seminoles to play into a bowl game come winter, and Vivid Seats is your source to get all the Florida State Seminoles bowl game tickets you need. Also, we’ve got tickets to every other bowl game as well, including Champs Sports Bowl and the Chick-fil-A Bowl.
Following Florida State’s massive victory over the Miami Hurricanes earlier this fall, Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher quipped “Winning’s nice.” Fisher’s simple statement summed up the season in Tallahassee. Florida State finished their ACC schedule with a solid 9-4 record, coming up short in the ACC Championship Game against Virginia Tech. Having said goodbye to legendary coach Bobby Bowden in the offseason, Florida State and Fisher got off to a very positive this year. Despite experiencing tough losses to Oklahoma, North Carolina, NC State, and Virginia Tech, FSU looked very much a program on the up. 2011 FSU football tickets are hot items in the state capital with defensive end Brandon Jenkins and running back Chris Thompson back in Garnet and Gold for 2011. However, Fisher and his team must work hard to maintain their winning ways in the highly competitive ACC. The expectations will be bigger next fall with Seminoles fans hungry for their first ACC title in six years.