Sanford Stadium will be the site of all the Georgia football home games again this season, just
as it has been for many decades. This stadium is always filled with passionate fans that love college football, creating a
fantastic atmosphere in which to catch a game. The Bulldogs are ready to hit the field this season and square off with some
of the best competition that their conference has to offer. Playing in the SEC, Georgia is annually faced with a bevy of tough
matchups for their fans to enjoy at Sanford Stadium. The SEC is often the top league in college football, and the Bulldogs
are used to taking on some of the top teams in college pigskin. The Alabama Crimson Tide are often one of the top teams in
the nation, and they visit Athens, GA quite often. The Bulldogs would love to give their fans a thrill by beating Alabama
the next time the Tide rolls in. Other top SEC programs include Auburn, Ole Miss and more.
Sanford Stadium History
Stadium has been the home of the Georgia Bulldogs football team since 1929, and this venue is capable of accommodating more
than 90,000 fans for the biggest games of the season. The Georgia Bulldogs play in the very competitive Southeastern Conference
(SEC) and teams within this conference have some of the most intense rivalries in all of sports. Bulldogs home games at Sanford
Stadium are a full day of time honored traditions, where thousands of fans gather in red and black to enjoy epic tailgating
in the parking lots before the action begins on the field. Bulldogs fans are known for being some of the most passionate in
all of college football, so get tickets to a home game at Sanford Stadium only at StubHub and don't miss any of the action.
Georgia Bulldogs Football Fans
Georgia Bulldogs fans are known around the country as being some of the most passionate
in all of college football. When you attend a home game at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia, you are a part of many incredible
fan traditions including ringing the chapel bell after every victory, a ritual that dates back to the 1890's, the Dawg Walk,
where fans can cheer on the squad as they make their way to the stadium before each home game and the singing of Glory, Glory,
the University of Georgia's beloved fight song during home games. The home games in Athens are a site to behold, so get your
ticket to see a game at Sanford Stadium before they are all gone.
Calls to Action
You're going to want
to be there in the stands at Sanford Stadium this season when the Georgia Bulldogs take to the gridiron to face some of the
top teams in the country. When you go, be sure to have your parking passes in hand. Parking passes make it easy to find your
parking spot at Sanford Stadium, and that way you don't have to be worried about missing any of the game.