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Rose Bowl - Pasadena

Rose Bowl Tickets

Rose Bowl Tickets
Kick of the New Year right and get your Rose Bowl tickets right now! You can watch the historic event known as the Rose Bowl in person and enjoy one of the biggest spectacles in sports. Fast, secure and easy ordering right here at Ticket Liquidator.

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2014 Rose Bowl Schedule

The 2014 Rose Bowl is getting close and tickets are going fast. Be there to watch all the college football bowl game fun and get your tickets from Ticket Liquidator. The Rose Bowl Game presented by VIZIO goes down on New Year's Day, January 1, 2014 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California and kickoff is scheduled for 5 p.m. The Rose Bowl in an historic game that has become a New Years Day tradition and is enjoyed annually by millions of fans across the world, and you can be there in person to watch it all. Be there for all the excitement and get your tickets for the Rose Bowl Game presented by VIZIO Bowl today!

About the Rose Bowl: The Rose Bowl is an annual college football bowl game played at Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California. The game usually takes place on the 1st of January (New Year’s Day), except during years that this date falls on a Sunday, in which case the game is played the following Monday. The Rose Bowl is the oldest BCS bowl game in the history of the league, referred to as "The Grandaddy of 'Em All" and is often considered the most prestigious out of the group. In the current configuration, the Rose Bowl hosts the Pacific-12 and Big Ten conference champions, unless one of them has qualified for the BCS Championship game.

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If you are driving to Rose Bowl to attend the Rose Bowl then you need a place to park your automobile. Check the ticket listing above to see if Ticket Liquidator has Rose Bowl Game presented by VIZIO Bowl parking passes for sale. You might also want to contact Rose Bowl if there’s a specific accommodation you require.

Rose Bowl Stadium

The 2014 Rose Bowl Game presented by VIZIO Bowl goes down at Rose Bowl , located in Pasadena, California on January 1, 2014 with kickoff scheduled for 5 p.m. Pasadena’s Rose Bowl is a great venue for a college football game, and this year’s game should be a thriller. A maximum capacity of nearly 95,000 football fans will likely be in attendance for the Rose Bowl Game presented by VIZIO Bowl, and they are in for a treat. Who knows what NCAA football action in in store? But you can find out!

The famed Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California is far more than just the home of the New Year's Rose Bowl football game or the home of UCLA football. Built in 1922, the Rose Bowl is located at 1001 Rose Bowl Drive in Pasadena, California. Once you buy tickets, we’ll send you Rose Bowl directions so you know how to get there! The Rose Bowl broke ground on April, 1905, with doors opening to the public on October 8, 1922. It is owned by City of Pasadena and operated by Rose Bowl Operating Company. The building was designed by architect Myron Hunt at a cost of $272,198 in 1905. With a total capacity of 92,542, you wont be alone when you buy Rose Bowl event tickets! It has hosted no less than five NFL Super Bowl Games, and functioned as a world class soccer stadium during the 1994 FIFA World Cup, but the occasion most associated with it is of course the scintillating college football pageant whose name it bears so proud.

Rose Bowl History

The Rose Bowl has had two other locations in its history; Tournament Park from 1916-1922 and Wallace Wade Stadium in 1942. The latter was under extreme circumstances, as the attacks on Pearl Harbor forced the game officials to consider fan safety with a stadium so close to the Western Coast. Instead, they decided to move the game to North Carolina to avoid any possible security concerns for such a largely attended event. Since 1942 the game has been played at Rose Bowl Stadium, which has gone through extensive renovations in recent years to bring it up to the standards of modern day college athletics. Rose Bowl stadium has a capacity of 94,392 during bowl games, and also hosts the UCLA Bruins regular season games.


Rose Bowl Fast Facts:
  • Official Name: Rose Bowl Game presented by VIZIO Bowl
  • Sponsor: Vizio
  • 2014 Date: January 1, 2014
  • Location: Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California
  • Rose Bowl Capacity: 94,392
  • First Played: 1902
  • 2012 results: Stanford Cardinals beat Wisconsin Badgers
  • Trophy: Rose Bowl trophy
  • Conference Tie In: Big Ten and Pac-12
  • Payout: $18,000,000
  • Official Rose Bowl Website

The current defending Rose Bowl winners are the 2013 Stanford Cardinals, who defeated the Wisconsin Badgers 20-14 in last year’s matchup. Stanford has appeared in the competition 13 times, with 6 overall victories. The University of Southern California (USC) has made the most appearances in the game at 32, with an overall record of 23-9. This year’s game has still been left undecided as the Big Ten does not yet have a clear winner. Barring any extenuating circumstances, the 2014 Rose Bowl will most likely be played between Oregon (Pacific-12) and either Ohio State or Michigan State (Big Ten). Tickets to the game are going fast, so buy your tickets on Ticket Liquidator.com and secure your spot in sports history.

Rose Bowl tickets are understandably in high demand; everyone wants in on the historic New Year's Day extravaganza. Its not just a football game, you also get to attend the Tournament of Roses Parade, the American institution that takes place on New Year's Day every year. It is recommended that anyone wishing to be present for this Granddaddy of Bowl Games should move quickly to secure their prized Rose Bowl tickets, or else risk missing the boat on the beautiful pageant. The whole event promises once again to provide America with a grand spectacle of why we are the best on earth when it comes to making a statement and enjoying good healthy competition between young stars in the world of athletics. The Rose Bowl game is nicknamed "The Granddaddy of Them All", due to the fact that it is the oldest and highest status bowl event in a catalog of charismatic bowl games in the college football calendar. Only the 1942 attack on Pearl Harbor caused a disruption in this rich lineage, when the Rose Bowl game was moved to Wallace Wade Stadium in Durham, North Carolina, due to enforced crowd restrictions on the west coast.

Having first been played in 1902 when the Michigan Wolverines beat the Stanford Cardinals by a score of 49-0, the Rose Bowl Game is more than a century old. Incidentally that game actually stopped in the third quarter when Stanford threw in the towel, a bit of a disappointment for ticket holders in the stands. Ever since that first game Rose Bowl tickets have been some of the most popular in college football. Many of the earlier games presented some unique matchups, and things have certainly changed since then. The Rose Bowl is part of the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) and it assures one of the biggest matchups in all of college football. Over the last 10 years, the game has featured many distinguished teams such as of Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon, Michigan and USC. The Rose Bowl was also the site of one of the best games in recent college football history: the 2006 matchup between the only undefeated NCAA Division I-A teams the Texas Longhorns and the USC Trojans. Who could forget Vince Young and the Longhorns battling back and forth against Reggie Bush and the Trojans in the game that also served as the BCS National Championship Game. The Longhorns just managed to defeat the Trojans in the last 19 seconds of the game with a final score of 41-38. Who knows what excitement to expect at the 2012 Rose Bowl Game on January 2 Get your tickets right now so you can be there in person to experience it for yourself!

Each season fans everywhere start checking the Rose Bowl event schedule to find the event they want to see. In the past the Rose Bowl has been home to some great events, and many of them come around annually! The 1932 and 1984 Olympics took place at the Rose Bowl, and even the 1994 FIFA World Cup Finals took place at the Rose Bowl. In addition to hosting some great events throughout the year, the Rose Bowl is home to some great sporting events. The UCLA Bruins have been calling the Rose Bowl home since 1982. And let’s not forget about the Los Angeles Aztecs (1978–1979), who still hold a special place in the hearts of Angelinos everywhere. The Rose Bowl also served as the home stadium of the Los Angeles Galaxy until they moved to the Home Depot Center in 2003. These teams are always up for putting on a show, so make sure that you check out the upcoming Rose Bowl events and find the events you want to see. Get out to the hottest venue in Pasadena and get your Rose Bowl tickets today!

Rose Bowl Winners and Losers

YearWinnerLoserGames
2013StanfordOregon20–14
2012OregonWisconsin45-38
2011TCUWisconsin19
2010Ohio StateOregon26-17
2009USCPenn State38-24
2008USCIllinois49-17
2007USCMichigan32-18
2006TexasUSC41-38
2005TexasMichigan38-37
2004USCMichigan28-14
2003OklahomaWashington State34-14
2002MiamiNebraska37-14
2001WashingtonPurdue34-24
2000WisconsinStanford17-9
1999WisconsinUCLA38-31
1998MichiganWashington State21-16
1997Ohio StateArizona State20-17
1996USCNorthwestern41-32
1995Penn StateOregon38-20
1994WisconsinUCLA21-16
1993MichiganWashington38-31
1992WashingtonMichigan34-14
1991WashingtonIowa46-34
1990USCMichigan17-10
1989MichiganUSC22-14
1988Michigan StateUSC20-17
1989Michigan StateUSC22-14
1988Michigan StateUSC20-17
1987Arizona StateMichigan22-15
1986UCLAIowa45-28
1985Southern CaliforniaOhio State20-17
1984UCLAIllinois45-9
1983UCLAMichigan24-14
1982WashingtonIowa28-0
1981MichiganWashington23-6
1980USCOhio State17-16
1979USCMichigan17-10
1978WashingtonMichigan27-20
1977USCMichigan14-6
1976UCLAOhio State23-10
1975USCOhio State18-17
1974Ohio StateUSC42-21
1973USCOhio State42-17
1972StanfordMichigan13-12
1971StanfordOhio State27-17
1970USCMichigan10-3
1969Ohio StateUSC27-16
1968USCIndiana14-3
1967PurdueUSC14-13
1966UCLAMichigan State14-12
1965MichiganOregon State34-7
1964IllinoisWashington17-7
1963USCWisconsin42-37
1962MinnesotaUCLA21-3
1961WashingtonMinnesota17-7
1960WashingtonWisconsin44-8
1959IowaCalifornia38-12
1958Ohio StateOregon10-7
1957IowaOregon State35-19
1956Michigan StateUCLA17-14
1955Ohio StateUSC20-7
1954Michigan StateUCLA28-20
1953USCWisconsin7-0
1952IllinoisStanford40-7
1951MichiganCalifornia14-6
1950Ohio StateCalifornia17-14
1949Northwestern California20-14
1948MichiganSouthern California49-0
1947IllinoisUCLA45-14
1946AlabamaUSC34-14
1945USCTennessee25-0
1944USCWashington29-0
1943GeorgiaUCLA9-0
1942Oregon StateDuke20-16
1941StanfordNebraska21-13
1940USCTennessee14-0
1939USCDuke7-3
1938CaliforniaAlabama13-0
1937PittsburghWashington21-0
1936StanfordSMU7-0
1935AlabamaStanford29-13
1934ColumbiaStanford7-0
1933USCPittsburgh35-0
1932USCTulane21-12
1931AlabamaWashington State24-0
1930USCPittsburgh47-14
1929Georgia TechCalifornia8-7
1928StanfordPittsburgh7-6
1927 - TieStanfordAlabama7-7
1926AlabamaWashington20-19
1925Notre DameStanford27-10
1924 - TieWashingtonNavy14-14
1923USCPenn State14-3
1922 - TieCaliforniaWashington & Jefferson0-0
1921CaliforniaOhio State28-0
1920Cleveland IndiansBrooklyn Robins5–2
1919Great Lakes - US NavyMare Island - USMC17-0
1918Mare Island - USMCCamp Lewis - US Army19-7
1917OregonPennsylvania14-0
1916Washington StateBrown14-0
1902MichiganStanford49-0
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