Michigan Stadium History
The University of Michigan Wolverines are crazy about football, and the Wolverines football
team dominates the action at Michigan Stadium during football season every year. The Big House, as Michigan Stadium is known
to many football fans, holds more than 100,000 fans for its sold out games and is far and away one of the most intimidating
places for opponents to visit on game day. Take a look at the schedule to see when you can attend a game and visit Michigan
Stadium for yourself to be in the stands with over 100,000 screaming fans to cheer on the Wolverines. Tickets to see the Blue
at Michigan Stadium always sell out quickly so be sure to get yours from StubHub as soon as possible.
As one of the most storied programs in college football, the Wolverines have been winning over fans
since 1879. As the years have progressed the program has evolved into one of the true powerhouses in college football, and
they are annually looking to be a major presence in the Big Ten, which is perennially one of the highest ranked conferences
in NCAA football. Once again the Wolverines will field a talent laden team full of play makers bound for pro careers. Michigan
is sure to provide endless excitement for their devoted fans, and the best way to witness that is to be in the stadium for
yourself. Do not miss any of the jaw dropping catches, bone rattling hits, and last second heroics that have have always been
a part of the Wolverines teams through the years.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan is perhaps best
known as the home of the University of Michigan and while visitors would be remiss not to take a stroll through campus or
attend a Wolverines game in any sport, there is always plenty to do in the city. Visitors to Ann Arbor may want to visit the
Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library, the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, the Ark, Michigan Theater, or any of the other cultural
attractions. Ann Arbor also has a strong musical tradition and was for a time home to such musical icons as Iggy Pop, the
MC5, Bob Seger, George Clinton, and more. There are also plenty of annual festivals to attend depending on the time of year
you visit Ann Arbor including the Ann Arbor Film Festival and the Ann Arbor Art Fairs.
Michigan Stadium Seating
The unmatched atmosphere and rabid fans surrounding college football is different from any other sport in the
world and the games are replete with bone rattling action, players coming through in the clutch, and awesome displays of power
and speed. Some of the premiere college football players in the country will once again be taking the field wearing Michigan
colors and you will want to be able to witness this spectacle in person. Whether or not you are a big sports or football fan
you will surely get swept away in the excitement of cheering along with tens of thousands of other loyal fans when you make
your way to Michigan Stadium.
The Michigan Wolverines have won more games than any other program
in the history of college football.