Ohio Stadium Tickets
Ohio Stadium Seating Chart and Event Tickets
Events at Ohio Stadium
Saturday, 5:00 PM
2-Day Passes Only
Season Tickets-Not a game
Over the years Ohio Stadium football tickets have been among the toughest in all of sports, as the Ohio State Buckeyes have been perennial contenders for the Big 10 title and the national championship. And now that the Urban Meyer era is underway in Columbus, Ohio Stadium tickets have never been hotter. Of course part of the attraction of Ohio State football is the team on the field, but visiting historic Ohio Stadium, better known as “The Horseshoe,” is an experience in itself. Originally opened more than 90 years ago, Ohio Stadium was a monster at the time with a capacity of 66,210. But the demand for Ohio Stadium seats has risen so dramatically that the venue has undergone a series of expansions and now holds a mind-boggling 102,329 fans, plus even more when you count Ohio State football standing room only tickets. Despite being one of the largest stadiums on the planet, you can bet that every game on the Ohio Stadium schedule will be sold out, and GoTickets is the place to get your Ohio State tickets for every game.
When Ohio Stadium was first constructed, at a then-hefty price tag of nearly $1.5 million, it used a mix of cutting-edge and classic architecture to give it a look unlike any other sports stadium in the country. The venue is instantly recognizable to sports fans around the world, and although it has been renovated countless times over the decades and the south end has been partially filled with seating, it will always be fondly known as “The Shoe.”
Because Ohio Stadium does not have lights, there have only been a handful of night games held at the venerable stadium since temporary lights need to be brought in and those games always turn into special events. And those games has been some of the best ever in the long history of the stadium, including a big upset of the Wisconsin Badgers in a night game in ’11. The Buckeyes have enjoyed incredible success at Ohio Stadium throughout its existence, and a big reason for that is the remarkable Ohio State fans and the noise they can generate. It’s not uncommon for the opposing team to have multiple false starts simply because it’s impossible to hear the quarterback or communicate with each other. And whenever the rival Michigan Wolverines come to town, you can count on Ohio Stadium being the loudest venue in the country. If you want to be there in person, get your Ohio Stadium tickets from GoTickets.