Iowa Hawkeyes Football Tickets are on sale now! The Iowa Hawkeyes are one of the most dangerous teams in the Big Ten. Their defense is rock-solid, their receivers are explosive, and their rushing attack is simply unstoppable. Don't miss the hard-hitting action at Kinnick Stadium as Iowa makes an exciting drive for the conference title! Put on your black and gold, sing along as the band plays the Iowa fight song, and cheer with the 70,000 plus Hawkeye faithful.
Learn more about our 100% Guarantee »
Iowa Hawkeyes Football 2016 News and Updates
12/21/15 - With just one final game remaining on their schedule this year, it’s a nice time for fans of Iowa Hawkeyes Football to recount the journey which brought them to the Rose Bowl. From the sellout crowd on Senior Day to the emotional return of Brett Greenwood, the Hawkeyes had plenty of special moments during the 2015 season. They’re looking to cap things off on an even higher note by prevailing over the mighty Stanford Cardinal in Pasadena on the first day of 2016, and you can still be a part of the action. Rose Bowl tickets are on sale now—reserve your spot for Iowa vs. Stanford and don’t forget, Hawkeyes tickets make a great gift!
12/16/15 - Even though their College Football Playoff hopes have been dashed, Iowa Hawkeyes Football still has plenty to be proud of. From their upcoming Rose Bowl matchup to postseason honors, there’s plenty of buzz around these Hawkeyes. Coach Kirk Ferentz scored Big 10 Coach of the Year honors in a runaway Associated Press vote, and five players also netted individual recognition for their performance in 2015. CB Desmond King and G Jordan Walsh earned first-team prestige, with second-team nods going to QB C.J. Beathard, LB Josey Jewell and C Austin Blythe. Iowa’s in the process of bracing for their date with Stanford at this year’s Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Get your tickets today starting at $421!
12/9/15 - They were perfect all season long until they ran into Michigan State, and thus Iowa Hawkeyes Football
has missed out on the College Football Playoffs by the narrowest of margins. The Hawks received an invitation instead to this year’s Rose Bowl in Pasadena, where they’re set to face off against the Stanford Cardinal in one of the biggest matchups of the year. Despite being ranked a position higher in the national polls, Iowa’s surprisingly not favored in the New Year’s Day matchup. The Hawkeye faithful know better than to trust projections, though—that’s why the games are played on the field! Get your seats for the Rose Bowl now, as ticket supplies are limited!
12/2/15 - Whoever comes out on top in this year’s Big 10 title game will have an impact on the College Football Playoffs one way or another. The question for Iowa Hawkeyes Football fans is: does their team have what it takes to knock down the mighty Michigan State Spartans this weekend? The Hawks maintained their undefeated season with a 28-20 victory over Nebraska, setting them up for a conference championship showdown with MS at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Who will go on to represent in the second annual CFP? Only time will tell, and now is the time to grab your tickets for the game! Get in for Hawkeyes vs. Spartans with seats priced from $160 and up!
11/25/15 - The Iowa Hawkeyes football team continues to impress even themselves, game after game. They are still sitting on the golden undefeated egg, along with the Clemson Tigers. Even though they have yet to be beat, they aren’t in the number one or even number two ranked position. This week they moved up a couple of positions and have been ranked as third. Because of the Hawkeyes win against the Purdue Boilermakers on Saturday, they were able to finalize the Big Ten West title for the season. This gives them the opportunity to have a spot in the league championship game. See what else the team has up their sleeves when they play the Nebraska Cornhuskers on November 27.
11/17/15 - The narrow victory over Minnesota was enough to keep the perfect season alive for Iowa Hawkeyes Football. With Purdue on the horizon and a 50-50 matchup with the Cornhuskers looming, the Hawks will look to their starting QB for another strong performance. C.J. Beathard completed a 263-yard afternoon on Saturday versus the Gophers, including 50 yards rushing for two touchdowns. He completed 18 of 26 passes as well, outdueling Mitch Leidner with an 89.5 to 77.7 in terms of QBR. Tickets are on sale now for Kinnick Stadium to see Purdue vs. Iowa on the 21st. Score your seats now with prices starting at $35, but hurry because supplies are limited!
11/11/15 - With their undefeated season on the line, Iowa Hawkeyes Football prevailed once again, taking a 40-35 victory over the Golden Gophers this past Saturday. Iowa struck first with a touchdown late in the first quarter; Minnesota responded in kind. They’d trade TDs again early in the second before the Hawkeyes started to take control with 10 more unanswered points. LeShun Daniels Jr. was undoubtedly the MVP for the afternoon with 195 rushing yards on 26 total carries for a whopping three touchdowns. Next on the docket for Hawkeyes Football is a date with Purdue on the 21st. A limited number of seats are still available starting at $36, get yours today!
11/4/15 - It has been an epic season for Iowa Hawkeyes Football, and last weekend was no different. The team, which is one of the only remaining undefeated organizations, held onto their elite status by defeating the Maryland Terrapins 31 – 15. In fact, the Hawkeyes had actually shut out the Terrapins going into the fourth and final quarter before allowing them to score 15 points. It forced the Hawkeyes to keep their eye on the prize, adding 10 more points of their own in the fourth quarter. Iowa will now hit the road to take on the unranked Indiana Hoosiers. Then, they’ll head home to face the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Tickets to the next home game start at $169.
7/21/15 - By all accounts, the Iowa Hawkeyes football team is coming together nicely. As they prepare for the upcoming season, coordination is one of the most important aspects any college football team can build. Even more important than which players they get, is how well those players can work together. Of course, the Hawkeyes' team is made of some really impressive players as well, but it would be meaningless unless they were able to rally together. With just over a month to prepare before the season kicks off, their practice time is concluding. Hopefully they will have what it takes to hold their own once September 5th rolls around. Their opener will be against the Illinois State Redbirds. Tickets are now available starting as low as $34.