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Roll Tide Fast Facts

SEC and Western
Head Coach
Nick Saban
Home Stadium
Bryant-Denny Stadium
Stadium Capacity
Auburn Eagles

Alabama Crimson Tide Schedule

Alabama Crimson Tide football is consistently one of the best college football teams in the country and are annually ranked amoung the top teams. Crimson Tide has played in the two previous College Football National Championship games -- both against the Clemson Tigers. Don't miss all the high-flying action in the upcoming 2017 season! 

About Alabama Crimson Tide Football

The Alabama Crimson Tide football team is once again CFP National Champions for the second straight year! The Tide took out Clemson and a game that went down to the wire in a nail-biting finish! The team's "Roll Tide" mantra never fails to disappoint season after season. Since the early 1900s, they have not lost more than three games in a regular season. In both 2014 and 2015, they have won their SEC West division in addition to wins at their the BCS National Championship Game (2012) and the Cotton Bowl Classic (2015). Therefore, winning is in their Crimson bloodstream. It is the closest a fan can get to NFL Football at the collegiate level.

Four of the team's football head coaches have been inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. There habit for perform total excellence is something that has not strayed over decades and decades. In addition, the Crimson Tide fan base, particularly the University of Alabama students, give the team full support. 2015 was a big year for the football team, as they clenched another Heisman Trophy with player Derrick Henry in addition to their Cotton Bowl Classic and College Football Playoff National Championship win. Roll Tide looks like it's going to roll right through their 2016-2017 season, too. Get your tickets to one of the best college football games in America and one of the largest stadiums. Roll tide.


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