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Where To Buy USC Trojans Football Tickets

USC season tickets are currently on sale on the primary market on the team website, and season-ticket packages start at $330 via Paciolan. Currently, season tickets are available in some of the 200 and 300 sections.

Single-game tickets and mini plans are not yet on sale on the primary market.

On the secondary market TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on USC football tickets for all games on the 2019 schedule, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all college football tickets, which means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like Stubhub or Seatgeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to Stubhub and Seatgeek. 

How Much Are USC Trojans Football Tickets

As USC and the Los Angeles Coliseum prepare to unveil major renovations to the venerable venue this fall, demand for USC football tickets is at its highest of the decade. Despite having a losing season in 2018, fans have driven tickets on the secondary market up to $223, from $144 last season. The next highest average was $160 in 2017, a year after the Trojans went 10-3 and got to the CFP semifinal Rose Bowl. They went 11-3 in 2017, but lost in the Cotton Bowl.

usc-footballThe highest average asking price across the NCAA is $487 for a ticket to see the Georgia Bulldogs play at home.

Key to the renovation and the price spike on the secondary market is that L.A. Coliseum, traditionally one of the bigger college football venues, will have fewer seats – down from 93,000 to about 77,500. Among the new features will be updated seats and WiFi. In addition to the renovation, L.A. Coliseum will undergo a name change, as USC has partnered with United Airlines.

Ticket Prices For All USC Football Home Games On The 2019 Schedule 

August 31 vs. Fresno State 

This will be the only non-conference game at the Coliseum, and is the cheapest of all the home games. USC and Fresno State have played four times, including twice in bowl games. The last regular-season meeting was on August 30, 2014, and USC won, 52-13. Fresno State has won only once, in 1992, at the Freedom Bowl in Anaheim.

September 7 vs. Stanford 

This game is the third most expensive of the Pac-12 games, and one of three home games this season with an average asking price of $200 or more. The rivalry dates to 1905 and USC has a 61-33-3 all-time series advantage, though Stanford won the last game, 17-3, on September 8, 2018 at Stanford.

September 20 vs. Utah 

The third cheapest game of the season, Utah and USC are Pac-12 opponents, but have little history. The teams have  played 17 times dating to 1915, but there was a 45-year gap between games in 1948 and 1992. The teams have played annually since 2011, and during that stretch, USC has won five of eight games. Utah won the last meeting, 41-28, in Salt Lake City on October 20, 2018.

October 19 vs. Arizona 

It must be no fun for the Wildcats to go to Los Angeles – they’ve lost six consecutive and the Trojans hold an all-time 33-8 series advantage. This game is the second least expensive of the season and cheapest of the Pac-12 games.

November 2 vs. Oregon 

Last time around, USC snapped Oregon’s two-game win streak, and this season, the Oregon game is trending as the priciest at the L.A. Coliseum. The Trojans beat Oregon, 45-20, on November 5, 2016, also in Los Angeles.

November 23 vs. UCLA 

The second most expensive home game of the season, the USC-UCLA rivalry is glitzy cross-town affair pits two universities that are only 12 miles apart, and the winner is awarded the Victory Cup. The rivalry dates to 1929, and USC holds a 47-32-7 all-time series advantage, though UCLA won at the Rose Bowl, 34-27, on November 17, 2018.

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Field sections, rows and seats at LA Coliseum

The LA Coliseum just has one bowl of seating, with 93 rows per section. Rows 1-40 lie in lower tier, rows 41-70 in the middle tier, and rows 71-93 as the upper tier. Sections 6-7 and 22-23 are the closest to midfield. There are 19 sections in total at LA Coliseum. 

100-level sections, rows and seats at LA Coliseum

Lower-level center sections include 120-124 and 104-109. 100-level end sections include 119, 109, 125, 103 with 100-level corner sections of 126, 127, 128, 100, 101 and 102. 

200-level sections, rows and seats at LA Coliseum

200-level center sections are 220-224. 200-level corner sections include 218, 219, 225, 226, 203, 202, 210, 211. 200-level end sections include 201, 200, 202, 211, 212 and 213. 

300-level sections, rows and seats at LA Coliseum

300-level center sections are 320-324. 300-level corner sections include 310-312 and 301-303. 300-level end sections are 326, 327, 302, 301, 318, 319, 311 and 312. 

Club, VIP, Box Seats and Suites at LA Coliseum

The Club Level can be found amidst 400 sections, ranging from 401-412. Club Level is classified into C401-C412. Fans of the visiting team at USC games should sit in sections 101-102, 200-202, and 300B-302. LA Coliseum also offers reserved seats for students in sections 123A - 127 and 225A - 228. Partying and socializing options are available in sections 123A, 123B, 124A and 124B. Founder suites can be found in 205-208. Below Founder suites, Log Box Seats are located as LB 400. 1923 Club is located in the 700 level between T9 and T4. 

 USC Trojans Bench: The bench is located in front of Sections 121 and 122. 

Visitor Bench: Visitor team sit in front of Sections 107 and 106. 


The USC Trojans and the Los Angeles Rams have unsold face-value tickets available for most games, which can be purchased directly through Ticketmaster. Prices may be above or below prices on the secondary ticket market. Many Concerts also have unsold tickets. For Sold Out Seats and Events, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all events at Center. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid Seats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.


NFL no longer supports home printed tickets for football leagues. You can buy mobile-only tickets either through the free Rams and USC mobile apps, Rams Account Manager on mobile web, or the Ticketmaster app. Through the Rams app you can download your tickets as well as manage your tickets – resell, forward or transfer. 


LA Coliseum offers other convenient services including wheelchair assistance, lost and found and wheelchair check in. For guests who wish to transfer to a seat from their wheelchair, the seating arena will store the wheelchair at Guest Services on the 104-109 and 213-224.