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Jordan-Hare Stadium Events

251 S Donahue Dr, Auburn, AL 36849 US

Jordan-Hare Stadium

Capacity: 88,043

Home Teams: Auburn Tigers (NCAA College Football)

Jordan-Hare Stadium Events

Jordan-Hare Stadium first opened in 1939 as the home of the Auburn Tigers football team on the campus of Auburn University. Jordan-Hare Stadium has undergone many expansions and renovations over the years, to the point where the stadium now seats close to 90,000 fans (in a city of fewer than 80,000!). It is an impressive facility, with two decks fully encircling the field as well as a huge third upper deck on the west side that stretches up into the sky. Tigers fans are a passionate lot, assembling around the stadium many hours before kickoff in their thousands to build up to the game with tailgating and partying. Since the 1980s, many have also gathered along Donahue Drive to cheer on the players and coaches as they take the Tiger Walk towards the stadium (a tradition much copied by other teams since). Once inside the gates and in the stands, fans clad in the school colors of navy blue and orange belt out their fight song “War Eagle” as the team’s mascot, an actual trained real live golden eagle, swoops around the stadium prior to kickoff (the tradition supposedly hails back to an eagle brought to an Auburn home game by a Civil War veteran in the 1800s). On the field, the Auburn Tigers have done their school proud throughout the years, bringing home no fewer than 5 claimed (and 1 unclaimed) national championships as well as 16 conference titles. The Tigers also have an impressive 24-21-2 Bowl game record. While Jordan-Hare Stadium is primarily used for Tigers home games, the venue does occasionally host other events, such as concerts and even religious services. Anyone showing up to the stadium on an empty stomach will find plenty of tempting options, including pulled pork sandwiches, Philly cheesesteaks, deli-style sandwiches, and very cold beer. Kiosks and shops inside Jordan-Hare Stadium and around campus hawk all sorts of Tigers merchandise.

Jordan-Hare Stadium Seating Chart

Jordan-Hare Stadium is a huge venue that offers visitors many different seating options. Those looking to experience game day in luxury can apply for premium seating areas like Heisman Club executive suites or Scholarship Club Seats. All premium seats offer five-star service and amenities along with superior views. General admission seating, however, is where the crowd really roars and soars. To find tickets to an Auburn Tigers game or special event at Jordan-Hare Stadium, head to TicketX to find the most affordable seats and use our handy seating chart to compare options by price and location. 

Getting to Jordan-Hare Stadium (Transportation and Parking)

Visitors can access Jordan-Hare Stadium via public transportation or driving their own vehicle

Getting to Jordan-Hare Stadium via public transportation

Strictly speaking, there is no public transportation to Jordan-Hare Stadium, but there are ​​Tiger Transit Shuttles that run on game days. Head to the Auburn Tigers website for more information on routes and schedules. Cycling or walking to the stadium are also decent options if located close by, or you could arrive via taxi or ride-share.

Getting to Jordan-Hare Stadium by car

With droves of fans descending on the small town of Auburn on game days, it is essential to arrive early and plan your route to Jordan-Hare Stadium in advance (and arriving early also allows you to enjoy the pre-game festivities!). Visit the Auburn Tigers website for driving directions.

Does Jordan-Hare Stadium have on-site parking?

There is parking around Jordan-Hare Stadium, but most of the closest lots are reserved for special donors and season ticket holders. More parking is available around campus and the town itself. The Auburn Tigers website has parking information and a very helpful parking map that is color coded based on the different rules for different parking lots. 

How much does Jordan-Hare Stadium parking cost?

Parking around the stadium ranges from $25-40, though cheaper rates (and, reportedly, even free parking) can be found further afield. Show up early or book in advance to avoid problems on game day. Visit the Auburn Tigers website for more info on parking spots and parking rates.