Florida Gators Football Tickets

Florida Gators Football Tickets

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The Florida Gators have been a historically great football team since its early beginnings. But playing in the tough SEC is a difficult task because it features some of the best teams in the nation. Over the past few seasons, the Gators have been trying to find their identity and once again may be a strong competitor in the SEC. The Gators may be an afterthought in the SEC, but they believe they can compete with the best of them.

Football for the Florida Gators had its beginnings in the early 1900’s but had a slow start with a lot of ups and downs. Florida had really burst onto the national scene in 1923 where they started to have a good stretch of winning seasons and joined the Southeastern Conference. The Great Depression and the war had a massive effect on the Gators program as the team struggled to win and didn’t win more than 5 games until 1952. Bob Woodruff helped bring the Gators out of their funk. Woodruff started coaching in 1950 and remained coach until 1959. Woodruff would have success with the Gators and lead them to a 53-42 record and two bowl games which is tough to do in the Southeastern Conference. Head coach Ray Graves took over in 1960 and had a lot of success over his career with the Gators. He ended his career with a 70-31 record with 5 bowl game appearances, 4 bowl game wins, and 9 winning seasons. The Gators had consistent success which would help lead to success heading forward for the program. When Graves stopped coaching, his predecessor was Doug Dickey who would come from coaching at the University of Tennessee where he had a good amount of success. Dickey coached from 1970-1978 but resigned because he couldn’t duplicate the same success with the Gators that he did at Tennessee. The Gators saw two different coaches from 1979-1989 in Charley Pell and Galen Hall. Pell started off his career at Florida in a terrible fashion as he went 0-10 in his first seasons. Pell would have some success at Florida, taking them to 4 bowl games and winning 2 of them, but due to NCAA violations and investigations, Pell took a lot of heat and retired in 1983. Offensive coordinator, Galen Hall, took over as head coach for the next season in 1984. Hall would have a good amount of success with the Gators going 40-18 over his career before another NCAA scandal would end Hall’s coaching career at Florida.

Florida’s next hire in 1990 would go over very well for them as they hired former QB Steve Spurrier as the new “head ball coach.” Spurrier helped change the atmosphere behind the Florida Gators and really changed the program. Spurrier implemented his pass oriented offense which was rare. Over his coaching career from 1990-2001, Spurrier brought so much to the Florida program and really evolved them into one of the best programs in the country. Spurrier went 122-27 in his career with a National Championship in 1996, 6 SEC championships, 11 bowl game appearances, and never having a losing season while remaining in the top two of the SEC East division. Spurrier resigned as head coach and went on to coach the Washington Redskins in 2002. The next coach of the Gators was Ron Zook who had a decent career with the Gators but eventually went on to coach for the University of Illinois. Zook coached from 2002-2004 and went 23-14 at Florida. Current Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer took over the Florida job and coached from 2005-2010. Meyer really helped the Florida program improve and would have winning seasons each year as well as going to a bowl game every season as head coach. Meyer had an overall record of 65-15 and won 2 National Championships (2006 and 2008), bowl games, and 3 SEC championships. Meyer resigned as head coach in 2010 due to health related concerns. Will Muschamp would take over as head coach for Florida in 2011 but would only coach until 2014. Muschamp would have his struggles at Florida only going 28-21 before he was dismissed as head coach for not having the same success as past coaches. Jim McElwain is the current coach of Florida who began in 2015. He had a solid start to his career going 10-4 with winning the SEC East and making it to the Citrus bowl. McElwain looks to be the next great coach for the Gators that will be a power in the SEC and a national powerhouse as they have been in the past.

Many great players have come through the University of Florida and have put on the Gator uniform and would eventually go on to have successful careers. The Gators have had 3 Heisman Trophy winners: Steve Spurrier (1966), Danny Wuerffel (1996), and Tim Tebow (2007). Other famous Florida Gators players include: Emmitt Smith, Jack Youngblood, Cris Collinsworth, Percy Harvin, Joe Haden, Jevon Kearse, Fred Taylor, Maurkice Pouncey, Mike Pouncey, Jabar Gaffney and many more. The allure of the Florida brand along with playing in the SEC will continue to draw in some of the nation’s best players to Florida to put on Gator uniforms.

After a falling off for a few seasons, the Florida Gators may be back on the map and could be a strong competitor in the SEC. Under the new direction of coach McElwain, the Gators have all the confidence in the world that they can be back in the national spotlight in no time. The Gators are a team to watch that could potentially shake up the SEC and national picture drastically.


Ben Hill Griffin Stadium also known as “The Swamp” is one of the most legendary venues in all of college football. Gator fans flock to “The Swamp” on game days to cheer on the Gators to a dominating victory. This atmosphere is truly special and is one that any football fan would enjoy. Make sure to check out the cheapest tickets to Florida Gators football games on Rukkus today.

Florida Gators Football Lineup

  • Quinton Dunbar
  • Vernon Hargreaves, III
  • Jabari Gorman
  • Ryan Sousa
  • Treon Harris
  • Antonio Morrison
  • Kyle Christy
  • Andre Debose
  • Ahmad Fulwood
  • Jalen Tabor
  • Jeff Driskel
  • Dante Fowler, Jr.
  • Duke Dawson
  • Will Grier
  • Skyler Mornhinweg
  • Leon Orr
  • Jacob Guy
  • Latroy Pittman, Jr.
  • Matt Rolin
  • Valdez Showers
  • Neiron Ball
  • Demarcus Robinson
  • Quincy Wilson
  • Daniel McMillian
  • Christian Provancha
  • Alex McCalister
  • Chris Wilkes
  • C.J. Worton
  • Ryan Parrish
  • Brandon Powell
  • Austin Hardin
  • Jordan Sherit
  • Roger Dixon
  • Justus Reed
  • Ryan McGriff
  • Johnny Townsend
  • Darius Masline
  • Marcus Maye
  • Deiondre Porter
  • Kelvin Taylor
  • Adam Lane
  • Nick Washington
  • J.C. Jackson
  • Matt Jones
  • Brian Poole
  • Gideon Ajagbe
  • Garrett Stephens
  • Marcell Harris
  • Ben Peacock
  • Jeremi Powell
  • Evan Schroeder
  • DeAndre Goolsby
  • Michael McNeely
  • D.L. Powell
  • Mack Brown
  • Alex Anzalone
  • Michael Iorio
  • Mark Herndon
  • Kerollin Francois
  • Ryan Ferguson
  • Jarrad Davis
  • Hunter Joyer
  • Keanu Neal
  • Kyle Crofoot
  • R.J. Raymond
  • Drew Ferris
  • LeAndre Rembert
  • Isaiah Smith
  • William Few
  • A.J. Mobley
  • Antonio Riles
  • Michael Taylor
  • Travaris Dorsey
  • Steven Stipe
  • Kavaris Harkless
  • Khairi Clark
  • Cameron Dillard
  • Darious Cummings
  • Roderick Johnson
  • Thomas Holley
  • Andre Palmer
  • Caleb Brantley
  • Dakota Wilson
  • Zach Shinn
  • Matthew Bowden
  • Trip Thurman
  • Vincent Dimenna
  • Nick Davis
  • D.J. Humphries
  • Nolan Kelleher
  • Drew Sarvary
  • Tyler Moore
  • Trenton Brown
  • Chaz Green
  • Max Garcia
  • Andrew Mike
  • David Sharpe
  • Matthew Fuchs
  • C'yontai Lewis
  • Case Harrison
  • Moral Stephens
  • Jake McGee
  • Bair Diamond
  • Chris Thompson
  • Raphael Andrades
  • Tevin Westbrook
  • Clay Burton
  • Alvin Bailey
  • Jonathan Bullard
  • Joey Ivie
  • Connor Gilboy
  • Gerald Willis
  • Taven Bryan
  • Dallas Stubbs
  • Bryan Cox, Jr.
  • Francisco Velez
  • Sterling Stanley
  • Brooks Abbott
  • Jorge Powell
  • Jay-nard Bostwick

Todays Florida Gators Football Tickets

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Florida Gators Football Ticket Prices


Low: $16.00

High: $165.00

Cheap Florida Gators 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.
$1.00 Yale Bulldogs at Florida Gators Basketball — 12/08/2014
Stephen OConnell Center; Gainesville, FL
$1.00 Auburn Tigers at Florida Gators Basketball — 01/15/2015
Stephen OConnell Center; Gainesville, FL
$1.00 LSU Tigers at Florida Gators Basketball — 01/20/2015
Stephen OConnell Center; Gainesville, FL
$1.00 Texas Southern Tigers at Florida Gators Basketball — 12/12/2014
Stephen OConnell Center; Gainesville, FL
$2.00 Miami Hurricanes at Florida Gators Basketball — 11/17/2014
Stephen OConnell Center; Gainesville, FL
$2.00 Jacksonville Dolphins at Florida Gators Basketball — 12/14/2014
Stephen OConnell Center; Gainesville, FL
$2.00 Ole Miss Rebels at Florida Gators Basketball — 02/12/2015
Stephen OConnell Center; Gainesville, FL
$2.00 Florida Gators at South Carolina Gamecocks Basketball — 01/07/2015
Colonial Life Arena; Columbia, SC
$2.00 Kentucky Wildcats at Florida Gators Basketball — 03/01/2016
Stephen OConnell Center; Gainesville, FL
$2.00 Richmond Spiders at Florida Gators Basketball — 12/01/2015
Stephen OConnell Center; Gainesville, FL

Best and Most Expensive Florida Gators Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$454.00Missouri Tigers at Florida Gators Baseball — 03/20/2016
McKethan Stadium; Gainesville, FL
$264.00SEC Football Championship - Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Florida Gators — 12/03/2016
Georgia Dome; Atlanta, GA
$219.00Florida State Seminoles at Florida Gators Football — 11/28/2015
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium; Gainesville, FL
$190.00Florida Gators at Florida State Seminoles Football — 11/26/2016
Doak Campbell Stadium; Tallahassee, FL
$168.00Florida Gators at Tennessee Volunteers Football — 10/04/2014
Neyland Stadium; Knoxville, TN
$165.00South Carolina Gamecocks at Florida Gators Football — 11/10/2018
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium; Gainesville, FL
$161.00SEC Football Championship — 12/05/2015
Georgia Dome; Atlanta, GA
$146.00Florida Gators at Tennessee Volunteers Football — 09/24/2016
Neyland Stadium; Knoxville, TN
$142.00Florida Gators at Tennessee Volunteers Football — 09/22/2018
Neyland Stadium; Knoxville, TN
$136.00Florida Gators at LSU Tigers Football — 10/17/2015
Tiger Stadium - Baton Rouge; Baton Rouge, LA