Regarded as one of the best conferences in the nation, the football season reaches its gripping conclusion via the SEC Championship game. Fans from Gainesville to Tuscaloosa will descend on Atlanta to see college football at its finest, as the talent-rich conference has long been known for producing some of the most exciting players in all of football. Fans can customize their trip using our intuitive, customer-friendly website. Shop for SEC Championship tickets at Vivid Seats and enjoy the assurance of our 100% Buyer Guarantee backing all orders from start to finish. Click the "Tickets" link above and check out the Georgia Dome seating chart on the next page to find your ideal seats for the big game. Finalize the purchase in moments by signing in or creating an account using a valid email address, then pick your delivery and payment methods, and review the order summary prior to placing the order. We'll begin processing your SEC Championship tickets in-house and will contact you by email when the transaction has been processed and prepared for shipment.
First Game: 1992
City: Atlanta, Georgia
Venue: Georgia Dome
Most Wins: Florida Gators
Past MVPs: Peyton Manning, Tim Tebow, Freddie Milons, Cameron Newton
The SEC revolutionized college football in 1992, adding a conference championship game to the end of its regular season. The majority of the NCAA's major football conferences have since adopted the SEC's championship format, giving college football fans even more excitement. The SEC title game debuted in 1992 at Legion Field with the Alabama Crimson Tide defeating the Florida Gators 28-21 on a memorable interception for a touchdown. Although the contest's permanent venue was moved to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta after the first two initial games, the SEC Championship has maintained its propensity for producing enthralling college football battles. The game often has National Championship implications with SEC teams regularly participating in the BCS's featured bowl game every season. As the conference continues the best recruits in the country, the SEC Championship game will only get better and better in the years to come.