One thing you probably already know about The University of Alabama before you even arrive is our championship caliber athletics! Of course, you know about our amazing football team, however, UA is accomplished in multiple sports besides just football. Below you’ll find information on how to get involved in Crimson Chaos, as well as some tips and tricks for attending Alabama sporting events.
The University of Alabama offers multiple sports including: baseball, softball, football, rowing, tennis, swimming, gymnastics, golf, track and field, volleyball, and soccer.
Make sure you set your alarm early when preparing to buy football tickets. There are different packages with different sets of games and they sell out quickly. However, once you get your tickets, all you have to do is swipe your action card on game day to get into Bryant-Denny Stadium.
For more information on games and tickets visit www.rolltide.com.
Crimson Chaos is the official student group of Crimson Tide Athletics and members get exclusive experiences at all home games. They look for students who are passionate about Crimson Tide Athletics. To join, visit mybama.ua.edu and click the Campus Life tab; it’s only $10 to join! Your membership provides you with exclusive content such as:
You can get into any non-football athletic event for free just by swiping your Action Card at the student entrance! Get there early; the student section fills up quickly!
For football games, freshman and transfer students are eligible for a split package of tickets to home football games. Check your Crimson email account for more information on purchasing your tickets throughout the summer. Don’t forget your Action Card; it’s your ticket into the game!
If you have never been to an Alabama sporting event before, you may be unsure of what to expect or even what to wear. Worry no more! Below is a complete guide on what to expect and what to wear.
As you will soon see, most students take game day very seriously. What is more fun than supporting your own team? You will see tons of students, faculty and staff, alumni, and Tuscaloosa residents. There is hardly ever an empty seat at an Alabama sporting event.
Take some extra time to get to the stadium, arena, etc. If you are living on campus, you will not have to worry about the hassle of parking for a game; however, if you are commuting from off campus, plan to arrive early. There will be places close to campus selling parking spaces as well as the designated parking spaces for students.
If you have seen pictures of students at an Alabama game, I’m sure you have seen how “all out” some students can go for games. This is perfectly fine! If you want to put a shaker in your hair, boots, etc. Go for it! There will be no judgment for extra school spirit around here. You are also bound to see someone more decked out in Alabama gear than you.
If you prefer to be more on the simple side, however, you can never go wrong with just an Alabama tee-shirt. Shirts, dresses, skirts, shorts, and pants with the UA colors are also popular if you do not have any official Alabama gear. The Supe Store also provides amazing Alabama gear that is bound to set you up for success at any sporting event. Visit The Supe Store on campus at the Ferguson Center by Starbucks or the Corner Store on Paul Bryant Drive or visit them online at: www.universitysupplystore.com.
Early Morning: Fans start to arrive and begin the tradition of tailgating on the quad.
2 Hours 30 Minutes before Kick-Off: Student section seating opens. It is a first-come, first-serve basis; so arrive early for the best seats in the house.
2 Hours 15 Minutes before Kick-Off: Fans gather in front of Bryant-Denny Stadium for the “Walk of Champions.” The team arrives and fans cheer on the players and coaches as they enter the stadium.
2 Hours before Kick-Off: All Stadium Gates open.
1 hour before kickoff: Check out the front steps of Gorgas Library! The pep rally is underway before the Million Dollar Band heads into the stadium for their pre-game show.
Kick-Off: Roll Tide Roll! Get excited and cheer on the Crimson Tide as they take on their opponent for the week.
Make sure you stay until the end of any game and sing “Rammer Jammer” after every win! This cheer originated from the Alabama state bird, the yellowhammer, and the name of the school newspaper back in the 1920s, The Rammer-Jammer.
The University of Alabama offers multiple sports including: baseball, softball, football, rowing, tennis, swimming, gymnastics, golf, track and field, volleyball, and soccer. You can get into any non-football athletic event for free by just swiping your action card at the student entrance! Get there early; the student section fills up quickly! To find more about when games are played and where they are played, you can visit rolltide.com.