Memorial Stadium-SC
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Memorial Stadium in Clemson, SC is arguably the most difficult place to play in the Atlantic Coast Conference. It is commonly referred to as Death Valley because of the intimidation that the Clemson Tigers and their fans meet opponents with. With a current capacity of 81,500, Memorial Stadium also boasts one of the largest stadiums in the ACC.

In ‘99 Clemson set the record for attendance in Death Valley with an amazing 86.092 fans on hand to see their team fall just short to the eventual National Champion Florida State Seminoles. Memorial Stadium is also rich in tradition with their signature entrance of Running Down the Hill and Howard’s Rock located at the top of the east end zone.

As the Clemson Tigers continue to be one of the most dominant forces in the ACC, the demand for their tickets soars. You can find tickets with to all of Clemson’s upcoming games with the help of GoTickets. Order yours today and see if the Clemson Tigers can compete for a National Title.

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