Wisconsin Badgers are a member of the Big Ten Conference and the college football program has recorded 14 conference titles in their history. They compete in the top tier of the NCAA, that is, Division I Football Bowl Subdivision. The Badgers were one of the founding members of the Big Ten Conference in the year 1896 – it was formerly known as the Western Conference.
A new season brings with it the promise of new records, new titles and more achievements. As one of the oldest college football programs in the country, Wisconsin Badgers have a huge number of loyal fans who troop out in thousands to fill the team’s 80,000-capacity stadium for every game.
The 2020 season kicks off with the visit of Indiana Hoosiers on the 4th of September. This game will take place at the Camp Randall Stadium and the Badgers will love more than anything to open the season with a win. The second game of the season is another home game that will see Southern Illinois Salukis at the Camp Randall Stadium on the 12th of September. For the final game of the regular season, Wisconsin Badgers will take a trip to Iowa to play the Iowa Hawkeyes.
Wisconsin Badgers have 13 games to play on the 2020 schedule released and tickets are still available for the games as of the time of putting this guide together. You can get tickets from the following ticket vendors.
The Camp Randall Stadium seating chart is an official platform offered by the University of Wisconsin-Madison to make ticketing experience easier and faster for fans coming to its campus to watch the college football team.
The chart displays the pricing information of every seat in the stadium; these seats have been grouped into sections and the chart will show how many seats are available in each section. This will help you make a better decision for the seating section – you can plan ahead for where you and your friends can seat to enjoy the best of Wisconsin Badgers games during the 2020 season.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison offers a wholesome footballing experience that is unmatched anywhere in the country. You can be a part of the wide range of game-day events such as Badgeville, the official pregame event, and Badger Bash, another event that starts 2 and half hours before kickoff at the Union South section of the campus. Have a great time watching the Wisconsin Badgers during the 2020 season. But before that, you need to get tickets today.