In Game

Jordan-Hare Stadium is the home of Auburn University’s football team and is located in Auburn, Alabama. With its most recent expansion in 2004, the stadium seating capacity is 87,451 and is often considered one of the most intimidating stadiums to play in due to its size and the Tigers extremely loyal and passionate fan base. The stadium is named after Ralph “Shug” Jordan and Cliff Hare. The former being the most winningest coach in Auburn history and the latter a member of the first Auburn football team as well as the Dean of the Auburn University School of Chemistry. The grass playing field was named the Pat Dye Field in 2005, in honor of former Auburn coach and athletic director Pat Dye.

The atmosphere inside the stadium can be described as electric and high-spirited as fans pour in wearing their orange and blue. You’ll quickly see and feel the love and pride Auburn fans have for not only for their team but their stadium as well. Grab your orange and blue and head down to Jordan-Hare Stadium to witness one of the best atmospheres in all of college football.

The stadium has been renovated and expanded multiple times. In the reflection of the success of the Auburn Tigers: the success of Pat Dye-coached teams led to the addition of the east side upper deck and luxury suites and the success of Jordan-coached teams led to the addition of the top half of the lower west stands as well as the north and south end zone seats.

The beautiful Jordan-Hare Stadium is the epicenter of Auburn, Alabama and offers one of the best game-day experiences in all of college football. Game day is almost equivalent to a national holiday in Auburn, Alabama and Jordan-Hare is a must-see for all you college football fans.

Things to check out

Flight of the War Eagle

Despite Auburn’s official mascot being Aubie the Tiger, the term “war eagle” is used as a battle cry for Auburn fans and is yelled during kickoff as well as throughout the game. One of the unique traditions about Jordan-Hare Stadium is the flight of the war eagle in which a live eagle circles the stadium before landing at mid-field.

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Auburn Marching Band

The Auburn Marching Band is a big part of any Tigers game and a must-see for anyone visiting Auburn. The band puts on spectacular pregame and halftime shows, featuring a variety of school songs including “War Eagle” and “Glory to Olde Auburn,” so don’t miss them during your trip to Auburn.

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Aubie

Auburn’s mascot, Aubie, debuted in 1979 and quickly became one of the most famous mascots in the country winning nine national mascot championships. Aubie will keep you entertained throughout the game with his antics, so don’t miss him when attending a Tigers game.

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Fight Songs

  1. Alma Mater

    On the rolling plains of Dixie ‘Neath the sun-kissed sky, Proudly stands our Alma Mater, Banners high.
    To thy name we’ll sing the praise,
    From hearts that love so true,
    And pledge to thee our loyalty The ages through. We hail thee, Auburn, and we vow
    To work for thy just fame,
    And hold in memory as we do now
    Thy cherished name.
    Hear the student voices swelling,
    Echoes strong and clear,
    Adding laurels to thy fame
    Enshrined so dear.
    From the hollowed walls we’ll part
    And bid thee sad adieu;
    Thy sacred trust we’ll bear with us The ages through. We hail thee, Auburn, and we vow
    To work for thy just fame,
    And hold in memory as we do now
    Thy cherished name.

  2. War Eagle (Fight Song)

    War Eagle, fly down the field, Ever to conquer, never to yield. War Eagle, fearless and true. Fight on you orange and blue. Go! Go! Go!
    On to vict’ry, strike up the band.
    Give ’em hell, give ’em hell, Stand up and yell, hey!
    War Eagle, win for Auburn, Power of Dixieland!

  3. Tiger Rag

    Where’s that tiger! Where’s that tiger! Where’s that tiger! Where’s that tiger!
    Hold that tiger! Hold that tiger ! Hold that tiger! Choke him, poke him, kick him and soak him! Where’s that tiger? Where’s that tiger?
    Where oh where can he be?
    Low or highbrow, they all cry now ‘Please play that Tiger Rag for me’ Where’s that tiger! Where’s that tiger!
    Where’s that tiger! Where’s that tiger!
    Hold that tiger! Hold that tiger ! Hold that tiger! Choke him, poke him, kick him and soak him! Where’s that tiger? Where’s that tiger?
    Where oh where can he be?
    Low or highbrow, they all cry now ‘Please play that Tiger Rag for me’

  4. Glory to Ole Auburn

    Glory, glory to ole Auburn!
    Glory, glory to ole Auburn!
    Glory, glory to ole Auburn!
    A-U-B-U-R-N. Glory, glory to ole Auburn!
    Glory, glory to ole Auburn!
    Glory, glory to ole Auburn!
    A-U-B-U-R-N.

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