Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football Details
If you want college football tradition – like, ALL the tradition you could ever want – get yourself to South Bend this fall for a Fighting Irish game.
Notre Dame has played football since 1887, and claims 11 national titles along with more than 100 consensus All-America selections, 50-plus College Football Hall of Fame members, and seven Heisman Trophy winners.
The Irish first gained prominence under head coach Knute Rockne. Over 13 seasons (1918-30), Rockne’s teams went 105-12-5 with three national championships. Notable players during Rockne’s legendary run included the Four Horsemen and George Gipp, who led the team in running and passing during each of his last three seasons, and passed away two weeks after being elected as Notre Dame’s first All-American.
If you want to see the team before they “win one for the Gipper,” the Player Walk begins two hours and 15 minutes prior to kickoff. The Irish players walk from the Gug to the Hesburgh Library before proceeding south toward the stadium, where they enter through the North Tunnel gates.
Notre Dame Stadium opened in 1930, and seats more than 77,000. In addition to seeing terrific football, fans get a good view of Touchdown Jesus, the famous mural on the library.
Being an independent, Notre Dame doesn’t have the conference rivalries typical of most schools. However, the Irish have played against USC every year since 1926, and battled against Navy continuously since 1927.
A visit to South Bend inspires awe and reverence for any fan of college football.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish schedule
For a list of upcoming Fighting Irish games, feel free to browse the game listings on our Notre Dame Fighting Irish Tickets page.
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How much are Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football tickets?
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Where do the Notre Dame Fighting Irish play?
Notre Dame Football home games are played at Notre Dame Stadium in Notre Dame, IN.
When do Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football tickets go on sale?
Notre Dame Football ticket information for the next season is released towards the end of the current season.
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