Commonwealth Stadium Tickets
Commonwealth Stadium Seating Chart and Event Tickets
Events at Commonwealth Stadium - KY
For more than 35 years Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington has served as the home of the Kentucky Wildcats and never has there been a more exciting time to be a football fan in the Bluegrass State. Since opening in 1973 at a cost of $27.6 million, more than 10 million Commonwealth Stadium tickets have been sold to watch the Wildcats play. Playing in the SEC is both a blessing and a curse for the Wildcats – on one hand it’s arguably the exciting conference in college football, but on the other it gives fans the chance to see teams like Alabama, Auburn, Florida and LSU come to Commonwealth Stadium. You can be there to see any game on the Kentucky Wildcats schedule with Commonwealth Stadium football tickets from GoTickets.com.
Back in the 1980s and 90s, it was not uncommon to see a half-empty Commonwealth Stadium as the Wildcats struggled to remain competitive and managed just a single bowl victory in those two decades combined. But things have started to change in recent years, and has once again made Wildcats football tickets a hot item. Kentucky basketball tickets are still the king of the Lexington sports scene, but Kentucky football tickets are starting to close the gap and crowds of 70,000 or more are the norm, especially when an SEC rival like Tennessee or Florida comes to town (even though the official capacity is only 67,606). If you want the best Commonwealth Stadium seats, you can get them from GoTickets.com.
Opening Night: 1973 Capacity: 67,606 Owner: University of Kentucky