The Alabama High School Athletic Association Super 7 State Football Championships are one of the most exciting and highly anticipated sporting events in the state. Each December, over the course of three days, the final two teams from each of Alabama’s seven classifications (1A through 7A) compete to be crowned as the new state champions. Each year, the event alternates between the two largest football facilities in the state, the University of Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium and Auburn University’s Jordan-Hare Stadium. In 2019, Jordan-Hare Stadium hosted a new total attendance record of 51,651 and the AHSAA is excited to return to Auburn for back to back years this December 4 -6, 2019.

Class 1A
Lanett HS Panthers (Home) vs. Mars Hill Bible School Panthers (Visitor), 3 p.m.
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Class 2A
Reeltown HS Rebels (Home) vs. Fyffe HS Red Devils (Visitor), 3 p.m.
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Class 3A
Piedmont HS Bulldogs (Home) vs. Mobile Christian School Leopards (Visitor), 11 a.m.
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Class 4A
UMS-Wright Preparatory School Bulldogs (Home) vs. Jacksonville HS Golden Eagles (Visitor), 11 a.m.
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Class 5A
Pleasant Grove HS Spartans (Home) vs. Central HS of Clay County Volunteers (Visitor), 7 p.m.
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Class 6A
Spanish Fort HS Toros (Home) vs. Oxford HS Yellow Jackets (Visitor), 7 p.m.
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Class 7A
Central HS (Phenix City) Red Devils vs. Thompson HS Warriors (Visitor), 7 p.m.
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Unified Sports Game
Vestavia Hills HS Rebels (Home) vs. Baldwin County Bandits (Visitor), 3:30 p.m



day tickets

Buy your tickets now online, save money, and avoid lines at the stadium.




Online $12 + GoFan Fees
Gate $15 (CASH or CREDIT)

group tickets

Save money for your group by taking advantage of either Super 7 group ticket packages available in advance online.

Purchase a block of 50 tickets for $600 to save $150 off of walk up pricing or purchase a block of 100 tickets for $1,100 to save $400.

Group tickets are sold exclusively online through Tuesday, December 4th at 11:59PM (CT) and ALL Group Tickets will be print-at-home tickets delivered via e-mail. Mailing of hard tickets through traditional mail is NOT an option for the Super 7 State Championships.

suite tickets

Don’t miss out on watching this year’s Super 7 from one of Jordan-Hare Stadium’s luxury suites. These suites are fully furnished, air-conditioned/heated, and offer the opportunity to order private catering. Suites range from $1,000 per game to $3,000 for the entire week.

Suite tickets are sold exclusively online through GoFan by credit card and ALL suite tickets will be print-at-home ticket delivered via e-mail or available for pick up at will call. Mailing of hard tickets through traditional mail is NOT an option for the Super 7 State Championships.

jordan hare stadium

Pat Dye Field at Jordan-Hare Stadium, the nation's 10th-largest on-campus stadium, with a capacity of 87,451, has served as home of the Auburn Tigers since 1939.


On football Saturdays in Auburn, Jordan-Hare Stadium becomes Alabama's fifth-largest city. More than 75,000 season tickets have been sold to Auburn home games in each of the last 18 years.

The stadium is named for Ralph "Shug" Jordan, Auburn's all-time winningest football coach, and Clifford Leroy Hare, a member of Auburn's first football team, president of the old Southern Conference and longtime chairman of Auburn's Faculty Athletic Committee. 

Legendary coach Pat Dye has also had his name forever attached to Jordan-Hare Stadium, as the turf officially became known as Pat Dye Field at Jordan-Hare Stadium prior to the 2005 Iron Bowl.  

Dye, who served as head coach and athletics director at Auburn from 1981-92 and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in December 2005, led Auburn to a 99-39-4 record and four SEC Championships in his 12 seasons on the Plains.

Tiger Walk

The Tiger Walk at Auburn University is one of the most imitated traditions in all of college sports.

Each gameday, the Tigers walk from the Athletics Complex down Donahue Drive to Jordan-Hare Stadium. But the team doesn't make the walk alone; instead, they are cheered on by the thousands of Auburn fans who line the street and, in the process, create one of the great scenes in college football. The walk begins two hours before each game.

The tradition began in the 1960s when groups of kids would walk up the street to greet the team and get autographs. It has grown to become one of the most treasured of Auburn traditions.

Come support and cheer on your team as the team walks into Jordan-Hare stadium for the game. All parents, students, cheerleaders, and band members are encouraged to participate in Tiger Walk as well. Please assist in spreading the word throughout your school.

Tiger walk schedule

Visiting Teams will do Tiger Walk 2 hours and 15 minutes prior to kickoff and the home teams will be 1 hour and 45 minutes before kickoff

Unified Championship Game (3:30PM Kickoff)
Combined Tiger Walk – Approx. 2:30PM

7A Championship Game
Visiting Team Tiger Walk – Approx. 4:45 p.m.
Home Team Tiger Walk – Approx. 5:15 p.m.

3A Championship Game
Visiting Team Tiger Walk – Approx. 8:45 a.m.
Home Team Tiger Walk – Approx. 9:15 a.m.

1A Championship Game
Visiting Team Tiger Walk – Approx. 12:45 p.m.
Home Team Tiger Walk – Approx. 1:15 p.m.

5A Championship Game
Visiting Team Tiger Walk – Approx. 4:45 p.m.
Home Team Tiger Walk – Approx. 5:15 p.m.

4A Championship Game
Visiting Team Tiger Walk – Approx. 8:45 a.m.
Home Team Tiger Walk – Approx. 9:15 a.m.

2A Championship Game
Visiting Team Tiger Walk – Approx. 12:45 p.m.
Home Team Tiger Walk – Approx. 1:15 p.m.

6A Championship Game
Visiting Team Tiger Walk – Approx. 4:45 p.m.
Home Team Tiger Walk – Approx. 5:15 p.m.

Metal Detector Policy

In an effort to continue Auburn University’s long-standing commitment to provide a safe and secure environment for all fans, coaches and student-athletes, walk-through metal detectors will be implemented at all gates of Jordan-Hare Stadium on football game days beginning Sept. 7, 2019. This equipment will be in use during the 2019 AHSAA Super 7.

When fans arrive at the gates of Jordan-Hare Stadium, they will be asked to follow the instructions of the security screening staff and place large metal objects such as phones, keys, cameras, and approved seat cushions in containers or in their clear bag on screening tables before passing through the walk-through metal detectors. Fans will not be required to remove belts, watches, wallets, jewelry, shoes, jackets, coins or other small objects.

Fans are encouraged to arrive at Jordan-Hare Stadium gates approximately 30 minutes earlier than normal to ensure a smooth entry. A visual guide on the walk-through metal detectors process at Jordan-Hare stadium is available HERE. The clear bag policy will continue to be in effect at Jordan-Hare Stadium. To expedite the screening process, fans are urged to use their approved clear bag to carry permitted items into the stadium rather than placing them in the screening table containers

Clear Bag Policy

In an effort to enhance public safety and make stadium access more efficient, Jordan-Hare Stadium has taken the necessary precaution by implementing a clear bag policy. You can view the policy details by clicking the link below or visiting for more information

Download the Clear Bag Policy PDF


Jordan-Hare Stadium – 251 South Donahue Drive, Auburn, AL 36849

  • Take I-85 N towards Atlanta
  • Get off I-85 N at EXIT 51
  • Take a LEFT at the light onto College St.
  • Stay on College St. for approximately three miles and turn left on Donahue Drive.
  • Take Donahue Drive one mile; Auburn Arena and Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum will be on your left following the second light.
  • Jordan-Hare Stadium and Plainsman Park will be on your right at the third light
  • Take US-280E
  • Take a RIGHT off US-280E onto AL-147
  • Stay on AL-147 for 4.8 miles, where AL-147 will turn into College Street
  • After crossing railroad tracks turn right at next light which is Glenn Avenue.
  • At second light (approx. half mile), turn left onto Donahue Drive.
  • Follow Donahue Drive, Jordan-Hare Stadium and Plainsman Park will be on your left, Auburn Arena and Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum will be on your right.

Stadium Policies

The following items are prohibited from being brought into the venue:

  • Coolers
  • Weapons
  • Artificial noisemakers (bells, horns, whistles, cow bells, etc.)
  • Smoking
  • Outside food and/or drink
  • Umbrellas
  • Video recorders or camcorders
  • Computers
  • Cameras with telephoto lenses over 4 inches long
  • Flags/Banners on poles


During Super 7, Auburn University will still be completing its Fall 2019 academic term, so event parking will be working around normal campus activities and Super 7 parking on the Auburn University campus will be limited before 5 p.m. each day.

For the 1A/2A/3A/4A games (start times prior to 5 p.m), all Super 7 parking will be directed to the Hay Field Lot at Donahue Drive and Lem Morrison as well as the Seed Processing Plant Lot located at Donahue Drive and College Street. Complimentary shuttle service on Tiger Transit will be available on Wednesday (Starting at 4:00 p.m), Thursday and Friday to transport you to and from the stadium at this location. The shuttle will run from these lots from 8:00 a.m. until two hours after the conclusion of the each day’s final game.

For the 5A/6A/7A games (start time after 5 p.m. each day) fans can park in designated (on parking map) Auburn University parking lot on a first-come, first-serve basis in addition to the parking lots serviced by shuttles detailed above.

There will be restricted event parking areas associated with the Super 7 State Championships and those with access will be issued an event parking pass. If you have a parking pass it must be visible on the dashboard at all times.

Please click HERE to view the 2019 Super 7 Parking Map detailing parking locations and shuttle information for this year’s event in Auburn

Host City

Visitor Information

To start planning your visit, please click below to view the official 2019 Super 7 event guide that highlights area dining, lodging, and attraction options for your trip. You can also visit us online at or call our office (334) 887-8747 to speak with our friendly Auburn and Opelika Tourism Bureau staff if you need further assistance planning your trip to Super 7.

What’s New in Auburn-Opelika?

New Eats: Bow & Arrow (Texas style barbecue meets Alabama potluck), Umami (Pacific rim cuisine), Esposito’s (Italian bistro)

Goodtimes: Eat, Play, Roll: Family owned entertainment center offers bowling, arcade, escape rooms, full-service restaurant, more

Renovations to Jordan-Hare Stadium: Expanded locker room, Tiger Walk Club, and more

More Trails Added at Chewacla State Park: Great for hiking or riding! Check out the new dual slalom course or just relax by the lake

Food Trucks Galore: Amsterdam Café, Dumps like a Truck, Drive-By Tacos, Butcher Paper BBQ, just to name a few!

Reasons to Love Auburn-Opelika:

Robert Trent Jones Grand National Golf Course: Robert Trent Jones himself proclaimed Grand National as the “single greatest site for a golf course” he had ever seen. Recognized by writers, designers, and players from around the world, Grand National has received accolades for everything from the “world’s prettiest hole” to the “world’s best public course.” Featuring 54 lake-hugging holes open 364 days a year, try your luck at the championship Lakes or Links course, or if you’re pressed for time, 18 holes of one-shotters on the Short Course will still make your heart go pitter-pat.

Rolling Toomer’s Corner: One of Auburn’s oldest and most renowned traditions, thousands of AU faithful join in downtown Auburn to celebrate tiger victories by hurling tissue into the surrounding trees, lamp posts, and anything that will stand still long enough. A quirky fracas that can last for hours, a blizzard of paper is left blanketing the entire intersection. There’s no way you haven’t heard of it, but seeing is believing! And here’s a fun side note: Auburn is the only city in the country with a line item in its budget for removing toilet tissue!

Chili Dogs & Shakes at Mrs. Story’s Dairy Bar: An Auburn-Opelika tradition since 1952, the secret recipe for Mrs. Story’s famous homemade chili dogs reminds us that, thankfully, some things never change. Still in its original location on Pepperell Parkway, the owners of this 50s style walkup are the third generation of the Story family to serve the freshest “fast” food in the area. Open Mon-Wed 10am-9pm and Thurs-Sat 10am-10pm. 1900 Pepperell Parkway, Opelika. 749-1719.

War Eagle: It is one of the most iconic moments in all of college football: Jordan-Hare’s capacity crowd of almost 90,000 rumbling in unison as a rare eagle is released to free-fly in circles around the stadium, eventually landing mid-field on its leathery pseudo-prey. We defy any liv-ing, breathing human, regardless of the colors you wear, to not get goose bumps from this phenomenon. Nova (War Eagle VII) is a resident of Auburn University’s Southeastern Raptor Rehabilitation Center, where he has been raised and trained, along with his bald eagle friend Spirit, to open home football games in this inspirational fashion. War Eagle y’all.

Dale Chihuly Chandelier: The focal point for the entry of the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University, Chihuly’s Amber Luster is a masterpiece of more than 600 individual pieces of hand-blown glass. It took four days to install, one piece at a time, the 17-foot sculpture which weighs more than 1,000 pounds. JCSM features a varied and interesting permanent collection of American and European art as well as a full calendar of traveling exhibitions throughout the year. Open Monday-Saturday with free admission to all.

Toomer’s Lemonade: When Toomer’s lemonade ranked number one in Esquire magazine’s “162 Reasons It’s Good To Be An American." it was only about 105 years after the rest of us already knew. Handmade to order, this tart and tangy concoction is the hallmark of Toomer’s Drugstore, a beloved Auburn icon and the only business that has occupied this historic corner since 1896. Open seven days.




Requests for media credentials for the Super 7 Championships must be made through Ron Ingram with the Alabama High School Athletic Association.  [email protected] or 334-263-6994


All participating schools will be issued credentials for their school photographer/videographer and reporter provided an official request be made online by the school’s principal/administration at by the 2019 Super 7 event deadline on Sunday, December 1, 2019 at 4:00PM. Videographers associated with each participating team to provide “film” of the game for coaching purposes should utilize its allotment of Team Personnel credentials for those individuals.

Those receiving yearlong permanent media credentials from the AHSAA will be permitted to cover any AHSAA event with a photo ID. For state championship events, prior requests must be made on-line to reserve a spot in the press or photo area.


All seven games of the 2019 AHSAA Super 7 will be broadcast LIVE on local television WOTM and partner stations across the state. Click HERE to see the coverage map and television affiliates carrying Super 7 across the state.

Click HERE to watch every championship live on the NFHS Network. For a $10.99 subscription, you can watch every AHSAA Super 7 game anytime, anywhere on You can also watch with the NFHS Network iOS app or Android app

The Radio Partner for the Super 7 Championships is R&B Media.  All seven of the Championship Games will be broadcast LIVE.

Click HERE to see the radio stations carrying the games in your market.



P.O. Box 242367
Montgomery, AL 36124-2367

Event Management Services Provided by:

Knight Eady Sports Group
1500 1st Ave N, Unit 99
Birmingham, AL 35203