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When it comes to Division I college football there are several storied rivalries, but none of them come close to the magnitude of Iron Bowl. Featuring two of the most talented and fierce college football squads, Alabama Crimson Tide & Auburn Tigers - Iron Bowl is a battle for bragging rights between these two in-state rivals. The rivalry between these two schools is often considered to be one of the fiercest in college sports history. The name Iron Bowl refers to the steel industry of Birmingham, Alabama where the game took place for past several years. Now it takes place at the Crimson Tide's home turf on every even-numbered year while on the odd-numbered year it takes place at the Tigers' home ground. Since its one of the most intense games for the fans of both sides, Iron Bowl attracts large sum of crowd each time. The upcoming Alabama Vs Auburn Tigers game is going to 79th meeting between these two teams, and for those who can't afford to miss the live action can get their hands on Alabama Vs Auburn Tigers tickets right away.
The history of Iron Bowl goes all the way back to the Crimson Tide and the Tigers' first meeting on February 22nd, 1893. The very first chapter of this storied rivalry to be took place at the Lakeview Park in Birmingham where the Tigers picked up a win in front of a crowd that comprised of 5,000 people. From thereon, both of the schools got caught up in several disagreements as a result of which the series discontinued from 1896 to 1889 and then again in 1907. After several years of discontinuity, the series got back on track in 1948, and the Crimson Tide picked up a victory with 55 - 0. After the series was renewed in 1948, it was decided that the games will now be played at Legion Park in Birmingham, Alabama.
Since the Crimson Tide played most of its games at Legion Park anyways, the Tigers decided to make it a home-and-home series. Hence starting from 1989, the Tigers started playing its home games for the Iron Bowl at its home field while the Crimson Tide still played its home games at the Legion Park. After the expansion of Bryant-Denny Stadium, Crimson Tide moved its home games of the series to its home field starting from 2000. With constant expansions of Bryant-Denny Stadium, the series broke several attendance records since 2000. The most recent attendance record was made in 2010, when the Tigers claimed their victory in front of 101,821 fans at the Bryant-Denny Stadium. Presently, Crimson Tide lead the series with the record of 45 - 35 - 1. Each year, the winning side earns bragging rights till the next game. So as it happens this year, make sure you're part of the clash with Alabama Vs Auburn Tigers tickets.