LSU Tigers Football Tickets

LSU Tigers Football Tickets

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The LSU Tigers football program is one of the biggest ones college football has to offer and has a very strong tradition. In their 2015 campaign, they went 9-3 which is fairly impressive while playing in the SEC. But LSU struggled to keep it together when it mattered most and weren’t in the conversation for the College Football Playoffs. Head coach Les Miles is one of the best that the game has to offer and looks to lead the LSU Tigers past the tough SEC competition and to a National Championship in 2016.

LSU had its start in 1893 and started to really become good in 1896 when that LSU Tigers team went undefeated. But the program started to see its ups and downs until 1900 when the program really started to build. LSU saw its great years going undefeated a few seasons until things went downhill in 1910. LSU had established themselves as a legitimate college football program but saw its ups and downs until head coach Bernie Moore started in 1934. Moore led LSU to an 89-39 record and won 2 conference titles for LSU. Moore coached until 1947. Gaynell Tinsley took over for Moore in 1948 but wasn’t very successful at LSU and coached until 1954. Paul Dietzel was the next head coach for LSU who began in 1955. Dietzel struggled for his first few years as head coach but went undefeated in 1958 and won the National Championship. Dietzel would also have success in 1961 where he won a conference championship before leaving to coach at Army. The next LSU head coach was Charles McClendon who coached from 1962-1979. McClendon had a lot of success at LSU going 137-59 and winning the conference championship in 1970. McClendon has the most wins in program history, most bowl appearances, and is tied for most bowl game wins. After McClendon’s retirement, LSU saw 7 different head coaches from 1980-2000. Those 7 different LSU coaches were: Bo Rein (1980), Jerry Stovall (1980-1983), Bill Arnsparger (1984-1986), Mike Archer (1987-1990), Curley Hallman (1991-1994), Gerry DiNardo (1995-1999), and Hal Hunter (1999). Even though all of these coaches had short stints as head coach, LSU saw some success and had up and down years before their next hire in 2000.

In 2000, the Nick Saban era began at LSU. Saban would help bring LSU back into the national spotlight over his career with LSU until 2004. Saban would take LSU to a bowl game each year that he coached. Saban led LSU to their second National Championship in 2003. Saban left LSU to coach in the NFL and had an overall record of 48-16 with 2 SEC titles, and 3 bowl game wins with LSU. After Saban left LSU, current head coach Les Miles was hired and has been successful in his time coaching at LSU. Miles currently has a 112-32 record while coaching LSU. Miles led the Tigers to a National Championship in 2007. Over his 11 year coaching career with LSU that continues on today, Miles has led LSU to a bowl game each season with 7 bowl game wins, 1 SEC title, and no losing seasons. Miles continues to attract some of the best players in the country and should have continued success heading forward as LSU’s head coach.

With the long history of the LSU program, the Tigers have seen a lot of successful players. LSU has had one Heisman Trophy winner which was Billy Cannon in 1959. Other great LSU players that have come through the program include: LaRon Landry, Patrick Peterson, Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry, Tyrann Mathieu, Kevin Faulk, Morris Claiborne, Kevin Mawae, Matt Flynn, and many more. These LSU Tigers have continued the tradition of great players at the university which should be a trend for years to come.

LSU has always been a team to watch out for since their National Championship in 2003. The Tigers consistently field a great team and are always competing for a top spot in the SEC and national rankings. Les Miles and the Tigers believe they have the tools to make a run for the National Championship and will be a very strong candidate in 2016. Leonard Fournette who is a strong Heisman candidate will be leading the way for the Tigers and will be the player to look out for as the Tigers go toward the National Championship.


Tiger Stadium is home to all of the LSU Tigers home football games and is one of the craziest college football stadiums in the country. Popularly nicknamed “Death Valley” the LSU Tigers always make sure they bring their best when playing at home in front of the crazy LSU fans. Make sure to check out the cheap prices to LSU Tigers Football tickets on Rukkus and make your way down to Tiger Stadium for a game.

LSU Tigers Football Lineup

  • Quantavius Leslie
  • Avery Peterson
  • Clifton Garrett
  • Kwon Alexander
  • Brandon Harris
  • Leonard Fournette
  • Trey Quinn
  • John Diarse
  • Anthony Jennings
  • Austin Suits
  • Brandon Bergeron
  • Micah Dickens
  • Jeff Lang
  • Corey Thompson
  • Jake Clise
  • Chris LaBorde
  • Dwayne Thomas
  • Trent Domingue
  • Lionel Williams
  • Malachi Dupre
  • Brad Kragthorpe
  • Tre'Davious White
  • Jared Foster
  • Myles O'Brien
  • Terrence Magee
  • Luke Boyd
  • Rashard Robinson
  • Ronnie Feist
  • Lamar Louis
  • Ed Paris
  • Chris Sciambra
  • Reshaud Henry
  • Scott Rider
  • Ronald Martin
  • Kenny Hilliard
  • Brandon Surtain
  • Jalen Mills
  • Rickey Jefferson
  • John Battle
  • Kyle Pfau
  • Bennett Schiro
  • D.J. Welter
  • Jalen Collins
  • Jamal Adams
  • Trey Gallman
  • Jordan Triche
  • Darrel Williams
  • Devante Meullion
  • Devin Voorhies
  • Cameron Gamble
  • Jamie Keehn
  • Lenny Breda
  • Russell Gage
  • Duke Riley
  • Travis Dickson
  • Tommy LeBeau
  • Colby Delahoussaye
  • Jordan Harper
  • Connor Neighbors
  • Colin Jeter
  • Tre' Sullivan
  • Deion Jones
  • Josh Tharp
  • Tashawn Bower
  • John David Moore
  • Donnie Alexander
  • Jake Franklin
  • Melvin Jones
  • Reid Ferguson
  • Christian Pittman
  • Jonathan Rucker
  • Kendell Beckwith
  • Logan Boudreaux
  • Grant Leger
  • Justin Maclin
  • Elliott Porter
  • Trey Lealaimatafao
  • Davon Godchaux
  • Cody Townsend
  • Sione Teuhema
  • Jermauria Rasco
  • Marcus Roberts
  • Alex Cheramie
  • Hunter Burns
  • Justin Mikush
  • K.J. Malone
  • William Clapp
  • Jerald Hawkins
  • Jevonte Domond
  • Hoko Fanaika
  • La'el Collins
  • Jonah Austin
  • Andy Dodd
  • Vadal Alexander
  • Evan Washington
  • Josh Boutte
  • Ethan Pocic
  • Garrett Brumfield
  • Travonte Valentine
  • Tony Upchurch
  • D.J. Chark
  • Travin Dural
  • Logan Stokes
  • Dillon Gordon
  • Miquel James
  • Kevin Spears
  • Reid Travis
  • Jacory Washington
  • DeSean Smith
  • Maquedius Bain
  • Christian LaCouture
  • Lewis Neal
  • M.J. Patterson
  • Danielle Hunter
  • Quentin Thomas
  • Mickey Johnson
  • Frank Herron
  • Deondre Clark
  • Greg Gilmore

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LSU Tigers Football Ticket Prices


Low: $11.00

High: $167.00

Cheap LSU Tigers 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 LSU Tigers at Florida Gators Basketball — 01/20/2015
Stephen OConnell Center; Gainesville, FL
$2.00 LSU Tigers at Missouri Tigers Basketball — 01/08/2015
Mizzou Arena; Columbia, MO
$2.00 Gardner-Webb Runnin' Bulldogs at LSU Tigers Basketball — 12/16/2015
Pete Maravich Assembly Center; Baton Rouge, LA
$2.00 Oral Roberts Golden Eagles at LSU Tigers Basketball — 12/19/2015
Pete Maravich Assembly Center; Baton Rouge, LA
$2.00 American University Eagles at LSU Tigers Basketball — 12/22/2015
Pete Maravich Assembly Center; Baton Rouge, LA
$2.00 Auburn Tigers at LSU Tigers Basketball — 02/05/2015
Pete Maravich Assembly Center; Baton Rouge, LA
$2.00 Georgia Bulldogs at LSU Tigers Basketball — 01/26/2016
Pete Maravich Assembly Center; Baton Rouge, LA
$2.00 New Orleans Privateers at LSU Tigers Baseball — 04/07/2015
Alex Box Stadium; Baton Rouge, LA
$3.00 Kennesaw State Owls at LSU Tigers Basketball — 11/16/2015
Pete Maravich Assembly Center; Baton Rouge, LA
$3.00 Nicholls State Colonels at LSU Tigers Baseball — 02/18/2015
Alex Box Stadium; Baton Rouge, LA

Best and Most Expensive LSU Tigers Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$228.00Alabama Crimson Tide at LSU Tigers Football — 11/08/2014
Tiger Stadium - Baton Rouge; Baton Rouge, LA
$180.00Alabama Crimson Tide at LSU Tigers Football — 11/05/2016
Tiger Stadium - Baton Rouge; Baton Rouge, LA
$167.00Alabama Crimson Tide at LSU Tigers Football — 11/03/2018
Tiger Stadium - Baton Rouge; Baton Rouge, LA
$152.00LSU Tigers at Auburn Tigers Football — 09/15/2018
Jordan Hare Stadium; Auburn, AL
$145.00LSU Tigers at Texas A&M Aggies Baseball — 03/25/2016
Olsen Field; College Station, TX
$145.00LSU Tigers at Auburn Tigers Football — 10/04/2014
Jordan Hare Stadium; Auburn, AL
$136.00Florida Gators at LSU Tigers Football — 10/17/2015
Tiger Stadium - Baton Rouge; Baton Rouge, LA
$135.00Advocare V100 Texas Bowl: LSU Tigers vs. Texas Tech Red Raiders — 12/29/2015
NRG Stadium; Houston, TX
$126.00LSU Tigers at Florida Gators Football — 10/06/2018
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium; Gainesville, FL
$120.00LSU Tigers at Alabama Crimson Tide Football — 11/07/2015
Bryant Denny Stadium; Tuscaloosa, AL