Alabama Crimson Tide Orlando Tickets
College football fans – its Citrus Bowl time! Get your Alabama Crimson Tide Orlando tickets now and be at Camping World Stadium for the Florida Citrus Bowl kick off on September 1. And it’s not just the kick off that should excite you; it’s also a game between two of the toughest competitors – Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Louisville Cardinals. The Crimson Tide had had a picture perfect last season where they won 13 games and lost only one. They are also the favorites to win the Citrus Bowl. But then this is the game of football where upsets happen. Will there be an upset on September 1, 2018? To find out, get your tickets now.
Camping World Stadium, located in downtown Orlando is the home of the Citrus Bowl. It can seat over 60,000 football enthusiasts. To get the best seats in the house, buy your tickets early.
The Alabama Crimson Tide – Yea Alabama!
The Alabama Crimson Tide represents the University of Alabama in the sport of American football. The Crimson Tide boasts a glorious past dating back to 1892. One of the most decorated football programs in NCAA history, the Crimson Tide has won 17 national championships.
The Crimson Tide plays its home games at Bryant-Denny Stadium, which is located on the University of Alabama’s campus. Bryant-Denny Stadium is the 7th largest non-racing stadium in the US and the 8th largest in the world.
Famous Players & Management Staff
The Alabama Crimson Tide is the team of Joe Namath, Derrick Thomas, Don Hutson, Bart Starr, Ozzie Newsome, Ken Stabler, Shaun Alexander and other such football legends.
Currently, the most famous Crimson Tide players playing in the NFL are: Julio Jones, Landon Collins, C.J. Mosley, Amari Cooper, MarcellDareus, Mark Ingram (first Heisman Trophy winner in the history of the Alabama Crimson Tide), Reuben Foster, Dont’a Hightower, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Mark Barron.
The Alabama Crimson Tide got to where it is today not just on the back of its players but also its coaches. From 1958 to 1982, the Crimson Tide was coached by Paul “Bear” Bryant under whose leadership the team won six national championships. The team is currently coached by Nick Saban.
To watch the Alabama Crimson Tide take on the Louisville Cardinals for Citrus Bowl, get your Alabama Crimson Tide Orlando tickets now.