eVirginia Cavaliers College Football Tickets and Seating Chart

Virginia Cavaliers are no newcomers to success or change. Some of their greatest victories lie behind them as an impetus to push them forward into the 2009 season. Whether it turns into a revival for this fantastic team or not remains to be seen. Many fans are reminded of the heroic victories accomplished over the years and are expecting nothing less from this team for 2009.

So far, the odds have stacked against the Virginia Cavaliers in games against TCU, Southern Mississippi, and William & Mary. However, with much of the season still ahead, there’s great potential for this fighting team to show their competition what they’re made of.

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Located at Whitehead Road and Alderman Road in Charlottesville, Virginia, Scott Stadium hosts all home football games that the Virginia Cavaliers play. Expanded several times to include grass hill seating and upper decks, this year Scott Stadium also received an upgrade of a larger video screen and new scoreboard to give visitors a better view and brighter tally of the game scores. If you follow tradition, then you should know that a visit to Scott Stadium to see the Virginia Cavaliers play means wearing orange if you’re a student and if you want to catch the Virginia Pep Band performing, you’ll have to catch them outside in the parking lot as they perform for the tailgating crowd only.

Scott Stadium is a u-shaped venue that provides an opportunity to get a seat from virtually any preferred location in the stadium to watch the Virginia Cavaliers play. If you like the up close action feel of a football game, you’ll want to take advantage of the 100s section that stretches around three-quarters of the field.

Boxes and club seating are limited but available in the 300s section of the stadium. Those who want to raise

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