Buying Illinois Fighting Illini football tickets gets you inside Memorial Stadium with over 60,000 ecstatic Illini fans ready to explode with each big play for the home team. Show your pride by heading out to Champaign in blue and orange and prepare yourself for some sensational college football.
Illinois Fighting Illini Football Ticket Information
Jump head first into NCAA football action this season with Vivid Seats. Vivid Seats is your source for Illinois Fighting Illini football tickets this year. The Illinois Fighting Illini players look this fresh and confident Illinois Fighting Illini football tickets may sell out faster than usual. Check out the 2013 Fighting Illini football schedule, and once you've found the game you want to attend, just click the 'Tickets' button. From there, you can see all of the available Illinois Fighting Illini football tickets we've got, and select the number of seats for the section you'd like to sit in using our Memorial Stadium seating chart. Once you're prepared to check out, click on the "Buy" button and you'll be able to order online via our secure internet server. If you prefer speaking with a customer representative and order by phone, you can call us at 866.848.8499. Also, keep in mind that you can always reach us online via the Live Chat feature. However you would like to get your tickets, Vivid Seats is here as your source for the best Illinois Fighting Illini football tickets available.
Illinois Fighting Illini Bowl Game Tickets
As soon as the big bowl matches are decided Vivid Seats will have the corresponding bowl game tickets. Should the Illinois Fighting Illini football team qualify for bowl play we can get you tickets before you even pack your bags to watch them play. Vivid Seats carries all major bowl game tickets including Chick-fil-A Bowl tickets and Las Vegas Bowl tickets.
Illini Football Starts 2012 Season Anew with Beckman
The hiring of new head coach Tim Beckman signals the dawn of a new era for Fighting Illini football. Make sure to buy your 2012 Illini football tickets early to witness it all from the beginning. Beckman, the 46-year-old Ohio native and former Toledo Rockets head coach, replaces Ron Zook, who got Illinois off to a blazing 6-0 start, only to fizzle out 0-6 and lose to UCLA in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Luckily for the Illini faithful, Beckman inherited a mess when he took over at Toledo, where they were coming off three consecutive losing seasons and stuck in the middle of a point-shaving scandal, but Beckman was able to steady the ship.
In his three seasons at Toledo, Beckman went 21-16, and this season the Rockets averaged 42.3 points this season, good for eighth in the nation. Illinois athletic director Mike Thomas called Beckman a proven recruiter with high standards, which will be important against tough competition like new Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer, whom Beckman calls a mentor.
Check out Bechman's official introduction as head coach here -