Ticket prices can vary based on the matchup, and therefore prices may change depending on the opponent.
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Every college football aficionado needs to make a trip to The Big House at some point.
Michigan Stadium is the largest stadium in the United States, with a capacity of more than 107,000.
It has seen its share of gridiron history, with more likely to come.
The Wolverines have also rostered three Heisman Trophy winners and a President of the United States (Gerald Ford, the team’s MVP in 1934).
Michigan counts Michigan State and Notre Dame among its longtime rivals, but any college football fan knows that the Ohio State matchup matters most in Ann Arbor.
Sure, you’ve seen it elsewhere, but not with close to 110,000 people involved.
Make sure to learn the words to “The Victors” – arguably college football’s best fight song – before your trip to Ann Arbor. Seat Geek is the best way to browse, find, and buy Michigan Wolverines tickets.
The Michigan Wolverines started playing football in 1879, became an inaugural member of the Big Ten Conference in 1896, and have won more games than any other team.