The Rose Bowl Game is an annual college football game that is part of the “New Year’s Six” and is played at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California, less than an hour outside of Los Angeles. It is one of college football’s oldest postseason games and, in certain years, is home to the College Football Playoff’s national semifinals and national championship games.
The Rose Bowl Stadium, built in 1922, is home to the UCLA football program and is considered a National Historic Landmark. The Rose Bowl Parade is equally as famous as the game itself and is produced by the Tournament of Roses which also selects a Rose Bowl queen. The parade also features a royal court. The winner of the Rose Bowl game wins the Leishman Trophy, named after the 1920 Tournament of Roses President, William L. Leishman, who was responsible for the construction of the Rose Bowl.
The game is set in one of the most picturesque locations of any sporting event in the country and is definitely a bucket list item for any fan. HUMBL Tickets™ has the best way to experience live Rose Bowl and college football (NCAAF) action.