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First Responder Bowl Tickets
Location: Cotton Bowl Stadium, Dallas
Schedule: Post-season, December
Average attendance: 36,000
Previous names: Heart of Dallas Bowl, TicketCity Bowl
First held: 2011
First Responder Bowl TicketsHonor the nation's brave first responders, and enjoy a little post-holiday football magic with Dallas First Responder Bowl. This post-season college football event has been an annual tradition since 2011; it's held at the historic Cotton Bowl Stadium in Fair Park. Previous winners include the Utah Utes in 2017, the Army Black Knights in 2016 and the Washington Huskies in 2015. The game was canceled in 2018 due to excessive lightning and rain, but enthusiastic fans and management are primed for the 2019 matchup. Fans can look forward to an exciting tailgating scene, food from Dallas' best vendors and high-end performances from some of the nation's most promising college athletes. Don't miss the fun this year; buy First Responder Bowl tickets at StubHub.
When is the First Responder Bowl?The First Responder Bowl game is held annually near the end of December. The game usually occurs after the Christmas holiday; previous First Responder Bowl games have been held on either December 26 or 27. The game was originally held in the month of January, but this was changed in December of 2014. The 2019 First Responder Bowl will be held on December 30.
Where is the First Responder Bowl?The First Responder Bowl is always held at Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas, Texas. The Cotton Bowl is located in Fair Park to the east of downtown Dallas between Washington St and 1st Ave. This historic location was home to the Cotton Bowl Classic until 2009. It was also the home stadium for the Dallas Cowboys from 1960 to 1971.
How big is the Cotton Bowl Stadium?Cotton Bowl Stadium has a capacity of 92,100. The capacity results from a series of revisions in 2008; the second deck was expanded to completely encircle the stadium. In 2009, Cotton Bowl Stadium had a record attendance of 96,009 for an October game between the Oklahoma Sooners and the Texas Longhorns. The First Responder Bowl has an average attendance of 36,000 people.
How long has the game been called the First Responder Bowl?The First Responder Bowl has only held its current name since 2018. The game was originally known as the TicketCity Bowl and renamed as the Heart of Dallas Bowl in 2013. The First Responder Bowl name was introduced when Servpro purchased the title sponsorship; the opening ceremonies were also changed to honor the first responders attending the game.
Which conferences participate in the First Responder Bowl?The First Responder Bowl normally sees play between Division I teams from the Big 10 Conference, the Big 12 Conference and Conference USA. Teams from the Mountain West Conference and the Pac-12 Conference have also been chosen to play when the other conferences did not have enough eligible teams. The Atlantic Coast Conference has announced a tie-in with the First Responder Bowl that will begin in 2020.
Are there game day activities at the First Responder Bowl?The First Responder Bowl holds a variety of events meant to honor first responders. Fans are treated to the Red & Blue Fan Zone, which features food carts, marching bands and sample first responder vehicles and equipment. The fan zone typically opens to the public at 8:30 a.m., significantly before the actual game begins.
Where can I get First Responder Bowl tickets?Whether you're dying to see your favorite Division I teams play or you want to experience the festivities of the Red & Blue Fan Zone, you can always find First Responder Bowl tickets at StubHub.
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