Louisville Cardinals Football Details
The Louisville’s successful football history has seen some great quarterback play, from Pro Football Hall of Famer Johnny Unitas to Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson. Other big names in Cardinal lore include NFL All-Pro defensive players Tom Jackson and Elvis Dumervil.
The football program here began in 1912, and spent its early years mostly battling in-state rivals. Notable coaches in Louisville history include Lee Corso, Howard Schnellenberger, Charlie Strong and Bobby Petrino.
The Cardinals host conference teams and others at recently renovated Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium, which seats 65,000 fans. ACC Coastal Division rivals include traditional powerhouses such as Clemson and Florida State.
However, Louisville’s most heated rivalry is with Kentucky, against whom they resumed battles in 1994 following a 70-year hiatus. The Cardinals host the Wildcats in even-numbered years, with the contest for the Governor’s Cup played on the final weekend of the season. Though the schools are less than 80 miles apart, the ride home can be long for the losing team.
If you arrive early for a home game, get yourself to CardMarch. Approximately two hours and 15 minutes before kickoff, the Cardinal team is dropped off on Floyd Street at the south end of the stadium. You can cheer them on before enjoying more pregame festivities.
Looking to tailgate at Louisville? Note that this activity is limited to lots designated for game day parking. Check out the Red Rage Tailgate, which looks like a pretty good time.
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Louisville Cardinals schedule
For upcoming games and additional information, explore SeatGeek's Cardinals Tickets page. The 2018 Cardinals regular season begins September 1st and ends November 24th.
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Where do the Louisville Cardinals play?
Louisville Football home games are played at Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, KY.
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July 17, 2014
Louisville Football Ticket Prices Are Red Hot
For some folks, you can go home again; for others, nothing's better than setting off for newer and greener pastures. For the Louisville Cardinals, the 2014 football season is going to be a little bit of both. Coach Bobby Petrino is back after a seven-year absence that took him to the NFL, the SEC, a…