Florida State Seminoles Gainesville Tickets
Florida’s two rival college sports teams, the Florida Gators and Florida State Seminoles, are competing in football and basketball games at the Bill Hill Griffin Stadium and the O’Connell Center respectively. Both the places are home grounds of the Gators and have their specific exciting features. O’Connell is known for being the toughest venue for college basketball due to its intimidating student section called ‘Rowdy Reptiles’ while the Griffin Stadium, otherwise known as ‘The Swamp’ is the eleventh largest place for college football with a seating capacity of more than ninety thousand. It has many traditions including its own mascot couple of Albert and Alberta. The two teams are up for some exciting games so make sure to grab Florida State Seminoles Gainesville tickets.
- Florida Gators vs. Florida State Seminoles, Alfred A. McKethan Stadium at Perry Field tickets for 03/14 06:30 PM at Alfred A. McKethan Stadium at Perry Field, Gainesville, FL
- Tue Mar 14 2017
- Florida Gators vs. Florida State Seminoles, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium tickets for 11/25 03:30 AM at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Gainesville, FL
- Sat Nov 25 2017
Florida State Seminoles will soon be playing football and basketball games against Florida Gators in Gainesville at the Gators’ home grounds Ben Hill Griffin Stadium and the O’Connell Center. It is no news that the two teams are traditional rivals and tough competitors of one another which make every Florida State Seminoles Gainesville game a most awaited event. Florida State Seminoles Gainesville tickets are a sought-after treat among college sport fans and the universities’ respective alumni.
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, also called ‘The Swamp’, has been the University of Florida’s home field for football games since the 1930s. The venue is home to the Tangerine Bowl and Gator Bowl as well. The stadium has a seating capacity of more than ninety thousand and is the eleventh largest facility for college football. The field has many interesting traditions including its very own mascot couple, Albert and Alberta. Singing of the school’s song by the close of the third quarter is another such ritual. It recorded its highest attendance in 2009 when the Gators played Florida State in front of more than ninety thousand and nine hundred attendees.
The O’Connell Center, popularly known as ‘The O’Dome’ is the Gators’ basketball home ground. It also holds other sports like indoor track, volleyball, diving and swimming and gymnastics. This multi-purpose arena opened in 1980 and has been described as one of the hardest places to play college football owing to its student section dubbed as ‘Rowdy Reptiles’ who will only be getting more rowdy on the upcoming Seminoles versus Gators games. Don’t miss.