ACC Football Championship 2014 News and Updates
9/2/14 - Meet the conference that is home to the defending national champions! The ACC boasts some of the most entertaining NCAA programs hands-down, making the ACC Football Championship Game one of the most anticipated events in all of College Football. The Florida State Seminoles return one of the most coveted rosters in the country this year, spearheaded by two-time Heisman hopeful Jameis Winston and revered coach Jimbo Fisher. Can this thrilling squad achieve back-to-back national championship titles? They’ll have to navigate through the treacherous ACC waters and the all-new College Football Playoff to attain the feat.
The ACC welcomed Louisville, a solid contender from the Big East, to its competitive 14-team field. Clemson looks to bounce back from losing Tajh Boyd and Sammy Watkins, while Louisville looks towards the top despite losing Teddy Bridgewater in the tight Atlantic Division. The Coastal Division is not so easy to sort out, with Virginia Tech, Miami and North Carolina all having a shot at taking the ACC crown in the title match. Get your ACC Football Championship tickets now and see which electrifying squads hit the Bank of American Stadium gridiron on December 6 in Charlotte!
12/4/13 – The Duke Blue Devils punched their ticket Saturday to the team’s first ever ACC Football Championship. While the title game is the cheapest of the four major Conference Championships, the cost of a ticket in 2013 is 56% more than in 2012. The increase in price over last year is likely due to National title implications for Florida State, you’ll pay an average of $74 to see the Seminoles play for their 14th ACC title. The price of an ACC Football Championship ticket has essentially remained unchanged since Florida State clinched a spot in the Conference Championship game three weeks ago; at that time the average ticket price was $75.
If the Blue Devils can pull off an upset, they’ll earn a trip to Miami for the Orange Bowl, one of the most exciting post-season games of the year.
11/11/13 - The Seminoles have punched their ticket to the ACC Championship game with a win over Wake Forest Saturday. To see FSU play for their 14th ACC title, you'll pay an average of $75 a ticket but can get in for as cheap as $20 if you buy today.
10/11/13 - We are currently reaching the mid-point of the season, and as expected, the Florida State Seminoles and the Clemson Tigers are still head to head! Both are currently unbeaten with 5-0 records, but everything will change next week when the two face-off Sunday, October 19 in a heated battle of the undefeated ACC teams. Seminole redshirt freshman quarterback Jameis Winston has exceeded much expectation as a runner for the Heisman Trophy, and FSU will be fresh off their bye week to play; but, will it be enough to oust Clemson senior quarterback Tajh Boyd, who just bested No.7 Georgia (38-35) and the home team that has defeated them five consecutive times in Death Valley? Tickets for Florida State Seminoles at Clemson Tigers are the hottest in the ACC, starting at $166 for Top Deck seats and up to $942 for West Zone Club box seats. On the other side of the ACC in the Coastal Division, the Virginia Tech Hokies are leading as anticipated, with a 5-1 record, while the Miami Hurricanes are hot on their heels, undefeated through 5 games.
6/28/13 - The last two teams to win the ACC Championship game — Florida State Seminoles and Clemson Tigers — are again favorites to win the ACC Conference this year. However, both are from the Atlantic Division which means only one would play in the ACC Football Championship game. The ACC Atlantic Division winner will square off against the champion of the Coastal Division. Previous ACC Champs, Virginia Tech Hokies, are favorites to win the ACC Coastal Division this year.
This year's ACC Championship Game will be played on December 7th at Bank of America Stadium. Charlotte, North Carolina has been the host site for the ACC Football Championship game the last three seasons. The first two years the ACC Championship game in Charlotte was a sell-out; however last year, demand fell once the ACC Championship teams were decided, and so too did ACC Championship tickets prices. Last year’s ACC Football Championship tickets were selling for as low as $4 on the secondary market and were averaging $38 days before the game. Unlike other major college football conferences, many of the teams — Miami Hurricanes, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Duke Blue Devils, Florida State Seminoles, and Clemson Tigers — were fighting for a chance to play in the ACC Championship game until the last week of regular season play. Florida State and Georgia Tech ended up playing for the title.
The Atlantic Coast Conference has the fifth most expensive regular season college football tickets, averaging $76. 2013 ACC Football Championship tickets are averaging $178, the cheapest of any major NCAA Football Conference Championship at this time.