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If you want great ACC Football Championship tickets for a great price, you have come to the right place. We have the perfect seats for even the most die-hard fans, so check out our selection of ACC Football Championship tickets today! In recent years, Clemson and Florida State have been dominating this championship game over the past five years, but Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech and North Carolina are all teams that contend for the title as well. The epic matchup goes down at Camping World Stadium for the first time ever, so find ACC Championship tickets to watch history unfold live.

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Dec 02, 2017
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ACC Football Championship GameCharlotte, NC
Bank Of America Stadium
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ACC Football Championship Tickets | About the ACC Championship Game

Although the game is still in its infancy, fans have made the ACC Football Championship game on of the biggest games of the college football season. The top teams from each of the two divisions in the ACC square-off for bragging rights and to see who will the league's representative in a BCS Bowl game that year. The game is annually held on the first Saturday of December, so clear your schedule and buy ACC Football Championship Tickets today before they are gone.

No fan had the opportunity to buy ACC Championship tickets prior to 2005, as the game had not yet come into existence. It was only after the University of Miami, Virginia Tech University and Boston College joined the league that the ACC had enough teams to stage a championship game. The league was split into two divisions, the Coastal Division and the Atlantic Division with the winners of each earning the right to play in the big game.

The game has moved though different stadiums around the east coast going from Jacksonville, FL from 2005 to 2007, to Tampa, FL in 2008 and 2009, to Charlotte, NC in 2010 and 2011. As the game moves, make sure you plan ahead and get tickets early so you can have great seat to the ACC Championship Game this NCAA football season!