In Game

The Seminoles have called Doak Campbell Stadium home since 1950, and it has been home to many memorable moments. The history and tradition at Florida State are worth the price of admission alone, and you’ll be able to feel the aura of the stadium the minute you step foot in one of the cathedrals of college football.

Doak Campbell Stadium provides one of the most intense and intense and unforgettable college football atmospheres in the nation. The fans here are buzzing all game whether they are watching Chief Osceola lead the team onto the field or taking part in the Seminole War Chant.. This one of a kind atmosphere is sure to give you goosebumps as the passion of the fans here knows no bounds.

The fans here are pumped up before the game even gets going. Before every match, the Florida State marching band enters the field as Seminole fans recite the war chant riling up the fans and creating an electric atmosphere that is something special to be a part of. Regardless of what team you cheer for the atmosphere at a Florida State game is sure to make the hair on the back of your neck stand up and provide an unforgettable experience.

Things to check out

Bobby Bowden Stained Glass

This three story stained-glass window overlooking the field depicts former coach Bobby Bowden among a sea of fans. It is one of the five largest stained-glass windows in all of the United States and a tribute to one of the greatest coaches in college football history.

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Chief Osceola Riding onto the Field

Chief Osceola rides onto the field on the back of his trusty steed Renegade and throws a flaming spear into the center of the stadium. The tradition will raise the hairs on the back of your neck and give you the true essence of Florida State football.

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Marching Band Walk

This game day tradition really gets the fans pumped up and ready to cheer on the Seminoles to victory. Before every game, the Florida State marching band enters the field as Seminole fans recite the war chant. Regardless of what team you cheer for the marching band walk is sure to bring you goosebumps and make attending a game at Doak Campbell Stadium an unforgettable experience.

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Fight Songs

  1. High Over Towering Pines

    High over towering pines our voices swell,

    Praising those Gothic spires,

    we love so well.

    Here sons and daughters stand,

    faithful and true,

    Hailing our alma mater,


  2. FSU Fight Song


    You’ve got to fight, fight, fight, for FSU!

    You’ve got to scalp ’em Seminoles!

    You’ve got to win, win, win, win, win this game,

    and roll on down and make those goals!  


    For FSU is on the warpath now,

    And at the battle’s end she’s great!

    So fight, fight, fight, fight to victory!,

    Our Seminoles from Florida State!


    (Say and YELL)

    F-L-O-R-I-D-A S-T-A-T-E

    Florida State, Florida State, Florida State!


    (Repeat Chorus)

  3. Hymn to the Garnet and Gold

    Here’s a hymn to the garnet and the gold, ringing to the sky.
    Here’s a song for the men and women bold, sing with heads held high.
    Striving e’er to seek to know, fight for victory.
    Alma mater, this our song to you echoes “F. S. U

  4. Seminole War Chant

    The Seminole War Chant can be heard all throughout Tallahassee as it is the rallying cry of the team and fans. 80,000 Seminole fans waving their hands back and forth as they cheer on their team is quite the sight to behold as well as a great way for the fans to get in their opponent's head. Join in the Seminole War Chant for the chance to experience one of the most famous traditions in college football.

    You got to fight, fight, fight for FSU!
    You got to scalp ’em Seminoles!
    You got to win, win, win, win this game and
    Roll on down to make those goals!
    For FSU is on the warpath now,
    and at the battle’s end she’s great.
    So fight, fight, fight for victory,
    the Seminoles of Florida State!

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