Sugar Bowl Schedule
- Official Name: Sugar Bowl
- Venue: Mercedes Benz Superdome
- Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
- Capacity: 76,468
- First Played: 1935
- Trophy: Sugar Bowl trophy
The Sugar Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Superdome is getting close and tickets are going fast. Starting in 2017, the Sugar Bowl is the first round game of the new College Football Playoffs, so the excitement for this game is going to be off the charts. Stock up on Sugar Bowl college football playoff tickets so that you can see all the action in person. Be there to watch all the college football bowl game fun and get your tickets from Ticket Liquidator. The Sugar goes down on January 2, 2017 at Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana and kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Be there for all the excitement and get your tickets for the Sugar Bowl today!
The Sugar Bowl takes place each year at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome Stadium and the game is always a thriller. There’s been a lot of action in past Sugar Bowl games, and you never know what will happen. Mercedes-Benz Superdome is located in New Orleans, Louisiana and you know college football fans in that state love their football. This game promises to be a thriller so get your tickets for the Sugar Bowl right away. The Sugar Bowl has been played since 1935. In the past the game has been sponsored by AllState, Nokia and USF&G. But no matter what they call the game, the football action is out of control. Don’t miss out on all the Sugar Bowl Game action and get your tickets today!
The Sugar Bowl is an annual college football bowl game played in New Orleans, Louisiana. The game has been held annually on January 1st in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The payout for the winners currently sits at $17,000,000, and the sponsor for the game is Allstate. The Sugar Bowl has twice held the BCS National Championship Game, once in 2000 and once in 2004. Since then, the championship game has been a standalone event.
There have only been two other locations for the Sugar Bowl in its historical legacy. Originally the game was held at Tulane Stadium, until renovations were needed for the increased attendance. After it moved to the Superdome, the only time it was not played in Louisiana was in 2006, when Hurricane Katrina made it impossible to hold such a large crowd in the venue. It was instead moved to Atlanta’s Georgia Dome, but returned in 2007 after upgrades were made. The Mercedes-Benz Superdome has a maximum capacity of 76,468, and is estimated to have cost over $600 million to build and renovate. Other events that are played at the stadium include the New Orleans Saints home games, the NCAA Final Four in 2012, and WWE’s WrestleMania.
Sugar Bowl Stadium
The 2017 Sugar Bowl goes down at Mercedes-Benz Superdome, located at 1500 Sugar Bowl Drive in New Orleans, Louisiana on January 1, 2015 with kickoff scheduled for 7:30 p.m.. New Orleans’s Louisiana Superdome is a great venue for a college football game, and this year’s game should be a thriller. A maximum capacity of 76468 football fans will likely be in attendance for the Sugar Bowl, and they are in for a treat. Who knows what NCAA football action in in store? But you can find out!
Sugar Bowl Parking
If you are driving to Mercedes-Benz Superdome to attend the Sugar Bowl then you need a place to park your automobile. Check the ticket listing above to see if Ticket Liquidator has Sugar Bowl parking passes for sale. Additionally, Parking is available at the dome. It has seven parking garages and two surface lots. There are also nearby parking garages. You might also want to contact Louisiana Superdome if there’s a specific accommodation you require.