Rose Bowl Seating Chart
Rose Bowl One Direction Seating Chart
Events at Rose Bowl
Baseball has Yankee Stadium, horse racing has Churchill Downs, and college football has the Rose Bowl, one of the most recognizable sports venues in the world. Opened in 1921 with a horseshoe configuration, the Rose Bowl has been expanded many times since then and is now one of the largest stadiums in the U.S. Officially, the capacity of the Rose Bowl is 92,542, but attendance often soars past the 100,000 mark. The Rose Bowl is of course the home of the “The Granddaddy of Them All,” the Rose Bowl Game, which was first played in 1902 (although the second Rose Bowl wasn’t played until 1916).
The Rose Bowl Game has been sold out every year since 1947, but if you need Rose Bowl tickets, GoTickets has them. The Rose Bowl played host to one of the most memorable BCS National Title games in history when Vince Young and the Texas Longhorns defeated the Trojans of USC in ‘06. Rose Bowl tickets are always tough to get, and they will be even tougher this year as the BCS title game host. If you want Rose Bowl football tickets or BCS tickets, check with GoTickets first.
In addition to the Rose Bowl Game, the Rose Bowl stadium has hosted five Super Bowls - first in 1977 when the Raiders defeated the Vikings and most recently in 1993 when the Cowboys pummeled the Bills. Other major events at the Rose Bowl include the 1994 Men’s World Cup and the 1999 Women’s World Cup (which set a women’s sports attendance record with 90,185 spectators). And the Rose Bowl is home to UCLA Bruins football. The Bruins home schedule includes games against Rice, Oklahoma, Washington, California, Oregon State and Arizona State. If you need Rose Bowl tickets or UCLA football tickets, GoTickets is the place to go first.