American Athletic Football Tickets
Don't miss the first season of American Athletic Conference football! AAC football kicks off in 2015, with the Cincinnati Bearcats, Houston Cougars, Louisville Cardinals, South Florida Bulls, UCF Knights, and other AAC football teams looking to win the Conference's first championship and earn a BCS bowl game bid. With American Athletic football tickets from Razorgator, AAC football fans will be in the best seats in the house between the end zones and the 50-yard line at Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati, Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Bright House Networks Stadium in Orlando, and other top AAC football stadiums. Catch every touchdown of the inaugural AAC football regular season live in 2015 — AAC football tickets on sale today!
American Athletic Football Teams
American Athletic Football Rivalry Games 2015
2015 American Athletic Conference Football - A Closer Look
Created from the ashes of the former Big East, the American Athletic Conference will play its first season in 2013. The conference has ten current members, but will lose Louisville and Rutgers after this season to the ACC and Big Ten respectively. Replacing the Cardinals and Scarlet Knights with East Carolina, Tulane and Tulsa, the AAC will increase to 11 members in 2014. After representing the Big East in the Sugar Bowl and defeating Florida last season, Louisville is once again the favorite to reach a BCS game in its only AAC season. Cincinnati and Rutgers, who also finished tied for the Big East championship last season, once again look to challenge for the conference’s automatic BCS bid.
All three returning Big East co-Champions will play one anther this upcoming season. The Louisville home matchup at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium against Rutgers on 10/10 is averaging $70. Rutgers will host the matchup against Cincinnati at High Point Solutions Stadium on 11/16, which is also averaging $70. Cincinnati’s home game at Nippert Stadium against Louisville on 12/5 is averaging $133. Former Conference USA teams Central Florida, Houston, Memphis, and SMU hope to impress in their first year in an automatic BCS qualifying conference. The average price for a Conference USA home game in 2013 is $57.