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Memphis Tigers Football Tickets
Excitement and energy fill the stadium every year when the Memphis Tigers play in Liberty Bowl Stadium. The Tigers have attracted local sports attention for many years for their university rivalries and battles for school pride. The stadium has become a historical location for its memorable games and award ceremony which is held every year during the Liberty Bowl. The award ceremony hosts the Spirit of 1776 Award, the Distinguished Citizen Award and the Achievement Award which have been presented to famous recipients throughout the years. Recipients have included Elvis Presley, Tony Dungy and Paul “Bear” Bryant. The Memphis Tigers have multiple rivals that make each year's games even more fun to watch. They typically defeat their rivals, making home games an extra special event to watch, especially when the fans storm the field. To see the Tigers play this year, grab your Memphis Tiger football tickets at StubHub.
What does the Liberty Bowl Stadium look like?
The Liberty Bowl Stadium is a massive venue with over 145 acres of space, and nearly 60,000 seats. There are also 40 skyboxes and a 5,900 square foot video screen for maximizing visibility and experience. The stadium has high rise seats on the sidelines, and the bowl shape drops down near the end zone. From inside the stadium, all you can see outside is the blue sky, making it feel like the stadium is at the top of the world. The end zones of the stadium are typically sectioned off for the Memphis Tiger band team, but anywhere else in the stadium is open for fan seating. The “Tiger’s Lair” is a section reserved for the official student section of Memphis football fan cheering members where students get extra rowdy and lead loud chants throughout the game.
What is a Memphis Tigers football game like?
Being at any Memphis Tiger athletic event is an incredible experience because of the intense competition between universities and energetic fans. At the Tiger football games, the stadium is covered in school colors and loud locals and students cheering for victory. An exciting tradition that the tigers have is called the “Tiger Walk” and occurs two hours before the kickoff. The fans and students line the entrance on the west side of the stadium where the team and coaches walk through on their way into the game.
Do the Memphis Tigers have any historical rivalries?