NFL and College Football Tickets

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When Bradbury Robinson of St. Louis University threw an oval-shaped ball to teammate Jack Schneider in 1906, he not only completed the first forward pass in history, he created an American sensation. A century later, football is the largest spectator sport in the United States, with the Super Bowl drawing in excess of 90 million television viewers annually. As one would expect, there are quality football Web sites in every nook of cyberspace, offering everything from rules and regulations to team and player information for nearly every conceivable level of competition. For a Spanish-language version of the Guide, click here.

The National Football League

Information on the National Football League (NFL) is about as plentiful as sun in the Sahara. Not ... read more »

NFL Statistics and Fantasy Football Information

Although most of the major pro football sites offer at least a rudimentary look at the numbers, ... read more »

Player Bios for the NFL and College Football

Football player biographies usually fall into one of two categories: informational or statistical. ... read more »

NFL Video, Audio and Podcasts

At one time, free NFL audio/video game feeds were plentiful; now, they're about as common as ... read more »

NFL Blogs

Blogs are a great source of information on football and the NFL, and are usually monitored more ... read more »

Professional and College Football Merchandise

NFL and college football merchandise is everywhere: sporting good stores, department stores, street ... read more »

NFL and College Football Tickets

Like finding NFL and NCAA merchandise, finding an NFL or NCAA ticket vendor is like finding a needle in a needle stack (assuming there is such a thing). Once again, your best bet is through official league or team sites. In this section, we'll provide you with a few options, including how to buy from other fans.

Dulcinea's Insight

  • Go to the home team Web site to get an idea of the stadium layout and seating arrangements before you purchase your tickets. That way, you'll have a better idea of what you're buying.
  • Don't forget auction sites and newspaper sites when searching for cheap tickets. The closer to game time, the more likely you will be able to find a bargain (or be sitting at home for the coin toss).

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NCAA Football Information

Prior to the 1950s, college football was the preeminent source of football fun in America. The ... read more »

NCAA Statistics

At least for Division I-A and Division I-AA squads, finding college football individual and team ... read more »

College Football Video, Audio, Podcasts and Blogs

Luckily, many college football teams still have free audio and video of their games available to ... read more »

Different Football Leagues

NFL and NCAA football are, obviously, just the tip of the gridiron iceberg. There are peewee ... read more »

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