Alabama Crimson Tide Football Tickets

Alabama Crimson Tide Football Tickets

Alabama Crimson Tide Football Details


Life at the University of Alabama is highly centered around their football team as the Alabama Crimson Tide Football is one of the top football programs to ever exist. The strong history of winning championships, having the nation's top players, and having the best coaches available are part of what makes Alabama football so great and has been that way since the school’s early beginnings. Alabama is a constant domination allows the program to almost a guarantee a top 10 position heading into each season and is always a strong contender to compete in the National Championship. The winning history of Alabama Crimson Tide Football has continued to present day and the program looks to be continue their tradition each year and even improve heading forward.

The history of the Alabama Crimson Tide program has roots going all the way back to the early 1890’s but the program was not prominent until the early 1900’s. After the program had its roots, Alabama took the football world by storm and hasn’t looked back since. The program struggled to get its start and didn’t have many successful seasons but began to build up a solid football program. Alabama’s first head coach was Wade Wallace who had previously served as an assistant at Vanderbilt University. Wade was very successful as the team only lost one game in his first season in 1923. Two years later in 1925, Alabama would go on to win its first National Championship. The Crimson Tide won 3 National Championships under Wade (1925, 1926, 1930). After mediocre seasons, Wade resigned from the head coaching position, which the University then hired Frank White in 1931. Over his coaching career with Alabama, White led the Crimson Tide to two National Championships (1931 and 1941). White resigned from head coach in 1946 because of health related issues. After White resigned as head coach, Alabama had two more coaches in a 10 year span. Harold Drew was hired to replace White in 1947. Despite having mostly winning records, after a losing season, Drew was replaced by JB Whitworth in 1954. But under Whitworth, Alabama would have its worst 3 year stretch in the program’s history and Whitworth was fired in 1957 and replaced by Paul “Bear” Bryant.

The hiring of Paul “Bear” Bryant was the best move the University of Alabama could have made as “The Bear” is seen as the best college football coach ever. In 1957, Bear Bryant was hired to be Alabama’s next head coach after he left his head coaching job at Texas A&M. Bryant was able to turn the program around and turn it into the most powerful college football program in the country. The success that Bear Bryant brought to the program is the main reason why the program has a rich history of winning and has continued that tradition today. Under Bryant, Alabama won 6 National Championships (1961, 1964, 1965, 1973, 1978, and 1979), 13 SEC Championships (1961, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979, and 1981), 24 bowl appearances, and 12 bowl wins. Bear Bryant racked up the most wins in NCAA history with 323 and won AFCA Coach of the Year Award 3 times (1961, 1971, and 1973). Bryant retired from Alabama’s head coaching position in 1982. Sadly, 4 weeks after retiring, Paul “Bear” Bryant passed away of a heart attack on January 26, 1983.

Since the passing of Paul “Bear” Bryant in 1983, Alabama has struggled to find as great of a coach as him to take over the program. From 1983-2007, the program has gone through 6 head coaches in: Ray Perkins, Billy Curry, Gene Stallings, Mike DuBose, Dennis Franchione, and Mike Shula. The program faced its good and bad times throughout those coaching careers and its high point was in 2002 when Gene Stallings led the team to its first National Championship since the the Bear Bryant era. But in 2007, the Alabama Crimson Tide found their guy who has been said to be the second best coach Alabama has ever had behind Bryant. Nick Saban was hired as head coach in 2007 after leaving the Miami Dolphins. Saban had a slow start as head coach but it did not take long for him to turn the program into a powerhouse college football program similar to the way Bear Bryant did. Since starting in 2007, Saban has led the Crimson Tide to 4 National Championships (2009, 2011, 2012, and 2015) and 4 SEC Championships (2009, 2012, 2014, and 2015). Saban has a 100-18 record. Heading forward, Saban looks to continue to dominate the college football world and could also be considered one of the best college football coaches ever, alongside with another Alabama great, Paul “Bear” Bryant.

The tradition and domination of the Alabama football program has always drawn great players and some of the best NFL players are products of the Alabama Crimson Tide Football program. The Alabama program is unparallelled and looks to remain that way heading forward. Alabama has had two Heisman Trophy Winners in Mark Ingram and Derrick Henry. The program has also featured great such as: Derrick Thomas, Cornelius Bennett, Julio Jones, Amari Cooper, CJ Mosley, Joe Namath, Ken Stabler, and much more. The history behind the program will attract some of the best recruits in the country as Alabama typically has the nation's top high school recruiting class every year.

The rich tradition of Alabama Crimson Tide football doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. Time and time again, Alabama is one of the top teams in the nation and is competing for a National Championship. The electric game atmospheres are unlike any other and is truly a unique sight to see. The University of Alabama provides the most amazing college football experience available.


The University of Alabama Crimson Tide Football team is one of the NCAA’s most historic football programs that provides a one of a kind football atmosphere that is unlike anywhere else. The tradition and domination of the program is truly spectacular. Crimson Tide fans flock the game and provide an electric atmosphere that features some of the nation's best players on one single team. Tickets are often very expensive to see the Crimson Tide play so make sure to check out the great prices on Alabama Crimson Tide Football tickets on Rukkus today!

Alabama Crimson Tide Football Lineup

  • Chris Black
  • Bo Scarbrough
  • Tony Brown
  • DeAndrew White
  • Bradley Sylve
  • Eddie Jackson
  • T.J. Yeldon
  • Ronnie Clark
  • Cyrus Jones
  • Laurence Jones
  • Blake Sims
  • Ryan Anderson
  • Cam Sims
  • Robert Foster
  • Amari Cooper
  • Da'Shawn Hand
  • Reuben Foster
  • Shaun Dion Hamilton
  • Alec Morris
  • Jonathan Cook
  • David Cornwell
  • ArDarius Stewart
  • Jake Coker
  • JK Scott
  • Jamey Mosley
  • Kenyan Drake
  • Cooper Bateman
  • Reggie Ragland
  • Tyren Jones
  • Jarrick Williams
  • Maurice Smith
  • Christion Jones
  • Nate Staskelunas
  • Jabriel Washington
  • Geno Smith
  • Dillon Lee
  • Buddy Pell
  • Landon Collins
  • Derrick Henry
  • Nick Perry
  • Anthony Averett
  • Altee Tenpenny
  • Marlon Humphrey
  • Denzel Devall
  • Jerrod Bierbower
  • Rashaan Evans
  • Trey DePriest
  • Christian Miller
  • Walker Jones
  • Johnny Dwight
  • Daniel Geddes
  • Zach Houston
  • Tyler Owens
  • Paden Crowder
  • Kyle Kazakevicius
  • Isaac Leon
  • Kurt Freitag
  • Keith Holcombe
  • Gussie Busch
  • Lawrence Erekosima
  • Levi Wallace
  • Jalston Fowler
  • Michael Nysewander
  • Xzavier Dickson
  • Corey McCarron
  • David D'Amico
  • Bo Grant
  • Kieran Williams
  • Alphonse Taylor
  • Jake Long
  • Dee Liner
  • Andre Sims
  • Anthony Orr
  • Dalvin Tomlinson
  • Josh Dickerson
  • Cole Mazza
  • Tim Williams
  • D.J. Pettway
  • Alex Harrelson
  • MK Taylor
  • Brandon Moore
  • Austin Peavler
  • Will Davis
  • J.C. Hassenauer
  • Grant Hill
  • Montel McBride
  • Chris Posa
  • Josh Casher
  • Isaac Luatua
  • Josh Frazier
  • Paul Waldrop
  • Ryan Kelly
  • Ross Pierschbacher
  • Leon Brown
  • Brandon Hill
  • Cam Robinson
  • Bradley Bozeman
  • Dominick Jackson
  • Arie Kouandjio
  • Austin Shepherd
  • Raheem Falkins
  • Derek Kief
  • Thayer Weaver
  • Ty Flournoy-Smith
  • Brian Vogler
  • Malcolm Faciane
  • Korren Kirven
  • Truett Harris
  • A'Shawn Robinson
  • Parker Barrineau
  • O.J. Howard
  • Brandon Greene
  • Bernel Jones
  • Armani Purifoye
  • Jarran Reed
  • O.J. Smith
  • Jonathan Allen
  • Dakota Ball
  • Darren Lake
  • Stephen Hodge
  • Gunnar Raborn
  • John Pizzitola
  • Adrian Lamothe
  • Adam Griffith
  • Brandon Ivory

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Cheap Alabama Crimson Tide Football Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 Arkansas Razorbacks at Alabama Crimson Tide Baseball — 05/02/2015
Sewell-Thomas Stadium; Tuscaloosa, AL
$2.00 Appalachian State Mountaineers at Alabama Crimson Tide Basketball — 12/21/2014
Coleman Coliseum; Tuscaloosa, AL
$2.00 Winthrop Eagles at Alabama Crimson Tide Basketball — 12/16/2015
Coleman Coliseum; Tuscaloosa, AL
$2.00 Arkansas Razorbacks at Alabama Crimson Tide Baseball — 04/30/2015
Sewell-Thomas Stadium; Tuscaloosa, AL
$2.00 Arkansas Razorbacks at Alabama Crimson Tide Baseball — 05/01/2015
Sewell-Thomas Stadium; Tuscaloosa, AL
$3.00 Alabama Crimson Tide at Tennessee Volunteers Basketball — 01/10/2015
Thompson-Boling Arena; Knoxville, TN
$3.00 Alabama Crimson Tide at South Carolina Gamecocks Basketball — 01/13/2015
Colonial Life Arena; Columbia, SC
$3.00 South Carolina Gamecocks at Alabama Crimson Tide Basketball — 02/24/2015
Coleman Coliseum; Tuscaloosa, AL
$3.00 Kennesaw State Owls at Alabama Crimson Tide Basketball — 11/13/2015
Coleman Coliseum; Tuscaloosa, AL
$3.00 Norfolk State Spartans at Alabama Crimson Tide Basketball — 01/02/2016
Coleman Coliseum; Tuscaloosa, AL

Best and Most Expensive Alabama Crimson Tide Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$8,024.00Advocare Cowboys Classic: Alabama Crimson Tide at USC Trojans — 09/03/2016
AT&T Stadium; Arlington, TX
$769.00College Football National Championship - Clemson vs Alabama — 01/09/2017
Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, FL
$468.00College Football National Championship — 01/11/2016
University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, AZ
$264.00SEC Football Championship - Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Florida Gators — 12/03/2016
Georgia Dome; Atlanta, GA
$246.00Alabama Crimson Tide at Tennessee Volunteers Football — 10/15/2016
Neyland Stadium; Knoxville, TN
$246.00Auburn Tigers at Alabama Crimson Tide Football — 11/24/2018
Bryant Denny Stadium; Tuscaloosa, AL
$228.00Alabama Crimson Tide at Auburn Tigers Football — 11/25/2017
Jordan Hare Stadium; Auburn, AL
$228.00Alabama Crimson Tide at LSU Tigers Football — 11/08/2014
Tiger Stadium - Baton Rouge; Baton Rouge, LA
$222.00Alabama Crimson Tide at Ole Miss Rebels Football — 10/04/2014
Vaught Hemingway Stadium; University, MS
$209.00Alabama Crimson Tide at Mississippi State Bulldogs Football — 11/14/2015
Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field; Mississippi State, MS