Stanford Stadium Tickets
Stanford Stadium Seating Chart and Event Tickets
Events at Stanford Stadium
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Stanford Stadium, built in 1921 and among the nation’s most treasured football stadiums, is home to Stanford Cardinal football. Stanford has a long and proud football history and has produced 17 first-round NFL draft picks. John Elway is the most famous Stanford football alum along with John Brodie, Jim Plunkett and James Lofton. Stanford’s ‘12 home schedule includes several big games and tickets are sure to go fast. After starting out against UC Davis, the Cardinal will take on Pac-12 opponents Oregon, Arizona State, UCLA and California before the final home game of the year against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Stanford football tickets are always tough to get, and they will be extra tough when Notre Dame comes to town. If you want the best Stanford football tickets, best Notre Dame football tickets and best Stanford Stadium football tickets, check with GoTickets first.
Stanford Stadium served as the host of Super Bowl XIX in 1985. A crowd of 84,059 packed the stadium to watch Joe Montana and the San Francisco 49ers defeat Dan Marino and the Miami Dolphins by a score of 38-16. Montana, who played under the guidance of former Stanford head coach Bill Walsh, completed 24 of 35 passes for 331 yards and 3 TDs en route to being named Super Bowl MVP. Marino also threw for over 300 yards but tasted defeat in his only Super Bowl appearance. The stadium has also hosted several major soccer matches and even the 1928 acceptance speech of Herbert Hoover after winning the Republican Party nomination; he went on to win election to the White House. Get your Stanford Stadium tickets from GoTickets.