There’s plenty of room for Aggie supporters at College Station’s, Kyle Field. With a capacity exceeding 80,000, become a part of the “12th Man” with Texas A&M football tickets and help provide a home field advantage unlike any other.
Texas A&M Aggies Football Tickets and Seating Chart
Go “Gig ‘em” and show your Aggie Spirit by purchasing phenomenal Texas A&M Aggies football tickets from Vivid Seats. No venue gets as loud as Kyle Field, and you can don your maroon and white to see every Aggie game, home or away, including the fierce showdowns against LSU, Arkansas, and Missouri. Our process is as simple as can be, so you can search for and secure your Texas A&M football tickets in no time. You can yell along with the rest of Aggie Nation by browsing the 2013 Texas A&M football schedule above to decide which matchup you want to attend. Our Kyle Field Seating chart allows you to find seats in your ideal spot, and once you've settled on the quantity and price of your tickets, just log in and fill in the required information. If you have any questions, we can be reached at 1.866.848.8499, or you can chat with us through the Live Chat feature. We’ll be sure to get your Texas A&M Aggies football tickets out quickly to ensure you claim your spot as the 12th Man in style.
Texas A&M Aggies Bowl Game Ticket Information
No team has more fight than the Aggies, so you can expect to see the maroon and white jerseys on the field come postseason, and we’ll have plenty of Texas A&M Aggies bowl game tickets right here. We’ve also got tickets to every bowl game this season, including Cotton Bowl tickets and Independence Bowl tickets.
When Johnny Football worked his magic to lead the Texas A&M Aggies to a stunning victory over the undefeated Alabama Crimson Tide, his name shot to the top of the Heisman Trophy race. And after leading the Aggies to a 10-2 record and setting the SEC record for total yards with 4,600, the Heisman Trust saw it fit to honor Johnny Football with the coveted Heisman Trophy Award this past Saturday in New York City. It’s the first time in the 78 year history of the award that a freshman has won, but Johnny Football’s incredible season simply couldn’t be denied, as he totaled 41 total touchdowns and became the first SEC player to throw for 3,000 yards and run for 1,000 in a season. He electrified the nation with both his arm and his legs all season, and now the legend of "Johnny Heisman" has officially begun.
After John David Crow in 1957, Manziel is the second Aggie to win the famed bronze statue. He beat out BCS National Championship-bound Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o and Fiesta Bowl-bound Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein in one of the more compelling races in recent history. But the show isn't over just yet. Football fans across the country get to see “Johnny Heisman” once more time this season, as he’ll be leading his squad against the No. 11 Oklahoma Sooners (10-2) on Friday, January 4th in the 77th Cotton Bowl Classic, which is set to kick off at 7 p.m. at Cowboys Stadium. Manziel is ready to add more plays to this incredible season’s highlight reels, and Coach Stoops and the Sooners will surely be looking to stop him, so purchase your 2013 Cotton Bowl tickets now and head to Arlington, Texas for what’s sure to be an epic clash.