Ivy League Football Tickets
Foundation Date: 1954
Headquarters: Princeton, NJ
Participating Schools: Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University and Yale University
States: Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts
CEO: Robin Harris
Ivy League Football TicketsWhile the Ivy League schools are known for being the best academic programs in the US, they also feature a plethora of exciting Division I NCAA sports. Located on the East Coast, the eight schools that take part in the Ivy League conference have built a name for themselves by holding the most national championships in the nation. Right now, they have a whopping total of 46 NCAA football trophies. For a frame of reference, the SEC conference in which the Alabama Crimson Tide plays, which is the most successful team for the last decade, has only won 29. It is important to note, however, that the Ivy League has not participated in the football championship playoffs since 2008. As per the official explanations by the representatives, the reason for stepping away from the highly televised post-season is the fact that the Ivy League prioritizes academics, and sporting events make scheduling alongside exam studying very difficult. Nonetheless, fans can still enjoy a number of exceptional matchups during the regular season. Grab your tickets to Ivy League games at StubHub.
Where can I get tickets to an Ivy League football game?StubHub presents a versatile offering of Ivy League football game events. Buyers who would like to obtain their tickets should do so soon as the season is underway.
What are the top games on the 2019 Ivy League football schedule?Courtesy of some timeless rivalries between schools that are members of the Ivy League, there will be quite a few interesting games that fans should consider. In week seven, for example, Harvard is set to face Cornell. Just one week after that, Princeton and Brown University will meet in a nail-biting game that has been one of the long-lasting highlights of the conference. Finally, week 12 will pair up two of the most successful teams for 2017 and 2018, Penn Quakers going to Massachusetts to play Harvard as well.
Who are the biggest rivals in the Ivy League?Being one of the nation's top eight schools comes with a lot of territory, which is why it is not shocking that the constant need to out-shine other programs facilitated a number of rivalries over the years. Most notable ones include Yale and Harvard, Princeton and Penn and Columbia and Brown University. Unlike a lot of other conferences, however, quite a few Ivy League students are not overly passionate about disliking their counterparts. For instance, while literally all of the participating programs despise Harvard, those going to Harvard only really know of their rivalry with Yale. This is quite out of the ordinary as most other conferences are a lot more aggressive. For instance, just walking around Alabama's campus with a Clemson shirt could lead to endless trouble.
Who are some notable football players from Ivy League?A few examples of Ivy League football alumni include Chad Kanoff of the Arizona Cardinals and Mike Catapano of the New York Jets.
How big are the Ivy League’s stadiums?Although their passion for football may lack the spark that it once had, there is no shortage of incredible stadiums in the Ivy League. The capacities are mostly on the low-end, with the exception of Yale and Penn where the seating allows anywhere from 20,000 to 30,000 visitors.
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