Stanford Cardinal Football Tickets

Stanford Cardinal Football Tickets

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Since the early 2000’s, the Stanford Cardinal football program has been one of the top programs in all of college football and has remained consistent over the past decade. The Stanford Cardinal team has featured a lot of talented players that have gone on to be quality NFL players and are now one of the best college football programs in the country. Under coach David Shaw, Stanford continues to improve and be present in the national rankings and in the conversation for a spot in the College Football Playoffs.

The Stanford Cardinal football program got its start in the 1920s under legendary head coach Glenn “Pop” Warner who coached from 1924-1932 and really started off the program with a lot of success. The success continued through a portion of the 1930’s under head coach Claude E. Thornhill who coached from 1933-1939, but later in his career is when the Stanford program started to really struggle. The struggles continued into the 1940’s except for a few seasons under head coach Clark Shaughnessy where they had an undefeated season in 1940. But Shaughnessy would only coach in 1940 and 1941 before leaving to coach at Maryland. After the departure of Shaughnessy, the Cardinal program struggled throughout the rest of the 40’s and didn’t seem to have positives signs until the 1970’s. The Stanford had some success in the 1970’s and earned some appearances in bowl games and had successful winning seasons when they had legendary Stanford players on the team. The success was limited and continued to have their up and down years but had some success in the 1980’s as well. Stanford continued their mediocre seasons and mixed in some winning seasons throughout the 1990’s but really started to take off in the 2000s and got into the national spotlight at that time. In 2007, Stanford took off like never before.

Stanford had been having success in the 2000’s but could never be a consistent team that was winning and making it to bowl games. In 2007, Stanford hired head coach Jim Harbaugh who really transformed the program into a winning machine. Harbaugh was coming from coaching at the University of San Diego. Things weren’t looking good for Harbaugh in his first two years as head coach for Stanford in the tough Pac 10 Conference, but things turned around in 2008 as they had a 8-5 record and an appearance in a bowl game. In Harbaugh’s last season with Stanford, he took them on to win the Orange Bowl and have a final record of 12-1. Harbaugh really set the stage to where the program is at now and he left the program in 2010 to coach the San Francisco 49ers. After the departure of Harbaugh, many believed that Stanford would struggle much like they did in the past. But new head coach David Shaw had other plans as he continued the success that Harbaugh brought to the team. Stanford has made a bowl game each season that Shaw has been head coach and has been nationally ranked almost every season. Under Shaw, the Cardinal have a 54-14 record with 5 bowl game appearances, 3 bowl game wins, and 3 Pac 10 Championships. The consistency of Stanford looks to continue as they build on their program and the Stanford Cardinal should remain one of the top teams in college football for years to come.

Stanford has had a lot of great football players that have gone on to be great players in the NFL and are some of the best to ever play in the league. Stanford has had one Heisman Trophy winner which was Jim Plunkett in 1970. Other great Stanford players include: John Elway, Andrew Luck, Richard Sherman, Zach Ertz, Toby Gerhart, Troy Walter, Bob Whitfield, Bobby Garrett, and many more. As the Cardinal program transforms into an elite football team, it will continue to attract some of the best players in the country.

The Stanford Cardinals finished last season with only 2 losses and a Rose Bowl victory but still remain unsatisfied as they want that National Championship title. Head coach David Shaw has the team heading in the right direction and are definitely contenders for the college football playoffs in 2016 with the amount of talent that is still left on the Stanford squad. The Stanford Cardinal may quietly be one of the top contenders for the the National Championship in 2016.


Stanford Stadium is one of the best college football stadiums in the whole country. The Stanford Cardinal always have a competitive advantage at home because of how crazy and spirited their fans are on game day especially at Pac 12 Conference games. Tickets to these great games are often very expensive so make sure to check out Rukkus for the cheapest Stanford Cardinal Football tickets out there.

Stanford Cardinal Football Lineup

  • Wayne Lyons
  • Noor Davis
  • Michael Rector
  • Blake Martinez
  • Evan Crower
  • Kodi Whitfield
  • Francis Owusu
  • Taijuan Thomas
  • Ty Montgomery
  • Aziz Shittu
  • Kevin Hogan
  • Jordan Richards
  • Dalton Schultz
  • James Vaughters
  • Keller Chryst
  • Zach Hoffpauir
  • Terrence Alexander
  • Dontonio Jordan
  • Rollins Stallworth
  • Ben Rhyne
  • Jordan Perez
  • Ryan Burns
  • A.J. Tarpley
  • Jeff Trojan
  • Brandon Simmons
  • Jordan Williamson
  • Bobby Okereke
  • Isaiah Brandt-Sims
  • Ronnie Harris
  • Kyle Olugbode
  • Remound Wright
  • Alameen Murphy
  • Patrick Skov
  • Alex Carter
  • Barry Sanders
  • Christian McCaffrey
  • Denzel Franklin
  • Dallas Lloyd
  • Ricky Seale
  • Alijah Holder
  • Joey Alfieri
  • Mike Tyler
  • Peter Kalambayi
  • Conrad Ukropina
  • Daniel Marx
  • Lee Ward
  • Gautam Krishnamurthi
  • Ra'Chard Pippens
  • Kelsey Young
  • Joe Hemschoot
  • Addison Johnson
  • Pat McFadden
  • Blake Lueders
  • John Flacco
  • Calvin Chandler
  • Ryan Gaertner
  • Alex Robinson
  • Sam Yules
  • Kevin Anderson
  • Kevin Palma
  • Sam Shober
  • Joshua Garnett
  • Graham Shuler
  • Torsten Rotto
  • Nate Lohn
  • Johnny Caspers
  • David Parry
  • Craig Jones
  • Lucas Hinds
  • Austin Tubbs
  • Kevin Reihner
  • Nick Davidson
  • Harrison Phillips
  • Reed Miller
  • C.J. Keller
  • Jim Grace
  • Andrus Peat
  • Brandon Fanaika
  • J.B. Salem
  • Jesse Burkett
  • A.T. Hall
  • Jordan Watkins
  • Reilly Gibbons
  • Casey Tucker
  • Kyle Murphy
  • Thomas Oser
  • Alex Yazdi
  • Eric Cotton
  • Conner Crane
  • Chris Harrell
  • Austin Hooper
  • Charlie Hopkins
  • Lane Veach
  • Jordan Pratt
  • Greg Taboada
  • Devon Cajuste
  • Solomon Thomas
  • Henry Anderson
  • Brendon Austin
  • Ikenna Nwafor
  • Lance Callihan
  • Eddie Plantaric
  • Anthony Hayes
  • David Bright
  • Luke Kaumatule

Todays Stanford Cardinal Football Tickets

We have tickets for the Stanford Cardinal Football tomorrow at $30. Cheap tickets for the Stanford Cardinal Football this Friday sell for $17. Cheap tickets for the Stanford Cardinal Football on Saturday start at $17. You will always find cheap the Stanford Cardinal Football tickets everyday, up until the last minute before the the Stanford Cardinal Football game.

Stanford Cardinal Football Ticket Prices


Low: $4.00

High: $127.00

Cheap Stanford Cardinal 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 Central Florida Knights at Stanford Cardinal Football — 09/12/2015
Stanford Stadium; Palo Alto, CA
$4.00 South Dakota State Jackrabbits at Stanford Cardinal Basketball — 11/16/2014
Maples Pavilion; Palo Alto, CA
$4.00 Delaware Fightin Blue Hens at Stanford Cardinal Basketball — 11/25/2014
Maples Pavilion; Palo Alto, CA
$4.00 Stanford Cardinal at Utah Utes Basketball — 01/30/2016
Jon M. Huntsman Center; Salt Lake City, UT
$4.00 Utah Utes at Stanford Cardinal Football — 11/15/2014
Stanford Stadium; Palo Alto, CA
$4.00 Loyola Marymount Lions at Stanford Cardinal Basketball — 12/17/2014
Maples Pavilion; Palo Alto, CA
$4.00 Denver Pioneers at Stanford Cardinal Basketball — 12/13/2014
Maples Pavilion; Palo Alto, CA
$5.00 Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions at Stanford Cardinal Basketball — 12/29/2014
Maples Pavilion; Palo Alto, CA
$5.00 Wofford Terriers at Stanford Cardinal Basketball — 11/14/2014
Maples Pavilion; Palo Alto, CA
$5.00 Stanford Cardinal at Colorado Buffaloes Basketball — 01/27/2016
Coors Events Center; Boulder, CO

Best and Most Expensive Stanford Cardinal Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$145.00Stanford Cardinals at Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football — 10/04/2014
Notre Dame Stadium; South Bend, IN
$127.00Stanford Cardinal at Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football — 10/15/2016
Notre Dame Stadium; South Bend, IN
$100.00UCLA Bruins at Stanford Cardinal Womens Basketball — 02/15/2015
Maples Pavilion; Palo Alto, CA
$99.00Stanford Cardinal at Oregon Ducks Football — 11/12/2016
Autzen Stadium; Eugene, OR
$91.00Stanford Cardinal at Oregon Ducks Football — 11/01/2014
Autzen Stadium; Eugene, OR
$90.00USC Trojans at Stanford Cardinal Football — 09/17/2016
Stanford Stadium; Palo Alto, CA
$82.00Stanford Cardinal at Washington Huskies Football — 09/30/2016
Husky Stadium; Seattle, WA
$76.00Stanford Cardinal at Arizona Wildcats Basketball — 03/07/2015
McKale Center; Tucson, AZ
$67.00Stanford Cardinal at Arizona Wildcats Basketball — 03/05/2016
McKale Center; Tucson, AZ
$58.00Oregon Ducks at Stanford Cardinal Football — 11/14/2015
Stanford Stadium; Palo Alto, CA