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     Rose Bowl logo , Saturday, September 2, 2023  Rose Bowl logo , Saturday, September 2, 2023
    UCLA Football Season September 2, 2023 - November 25, 2023
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    UCLA Football Season


    Since 1982, UCLA Bruins have called the Rose Bowl Stadium home. The 2023 UCLA football season opens against Coastal Carolina on Saturday, September 2, in a 7:30 pm match-up. 

    Come out early and enjoy all that Old Pasadena offers. Grab a delicious bite and a cold beer, or do some shopping in our historic walkable downtown before heading over to the Rose Bowl, which is under 2 miles away. Use our directory to find all the dining options.  

    Here is the 2023 schedule with some kick-off times to be announced:

    • SAT SEP 02 - 7:30 pm - UCLA Bruins vs. Coastal Carolina
      Los Angeles Sports Celebration
    • SAT SEP 16 - 2:00 pm - UCLA Bruins vs. NC Central Eagles
      Black Excellence Game
    • SAT OCT 7 - TBD - UCLA Bruins vs. Washington State
      Los Bruins
    • SAT OCT 28 - TBD - UCLA Bruins vs. Colorado
      Homecoming x Throwback Game
    • SAT NOV 11 - TBD - UCLA Bruins vs. Arizona State Wildcats
      Veteran & Armed Forces Appreciation
    • SAT NOV 25 - TBD - UCLA Bruins vs. California
      Senior Day Celebration

    Click the link to purchase your tickets today!

    The nation's most famous college football stadium - The Rose Bowl - has been the home of UCLA football since 1982. One of the finest football stadiums in America, the Rose Bowl was built specifically for football, but was used for portions of the 1932 Olympic Games, and was also the soccer site for the 1984 Olympics. The Rose Bowl has also been the site for four Super Bowls, the 1994 World Cup and the 1999 Women's World Cup. The Rose Bowl was completed in 1922 and was first used for the USC-California game that same year. Although the stadium has held well over 100,000 fans over the years, the current seating capacity is 91,136.

    Tickets for Bruin football games can be purchased at UCLA's Central Ticket Office by calling 310-UCLA-WIN (310-825-2946) or online at

    General Parking
    Parking in Lot H and Brookside Park and Golf Course are sold by the City of Pasadena for $25 per car in advance and $30 on gameday. Lots open six (6) hours prior to kick-off.  Visit to purchase parking in advance.  Handicap parking is available immediately adjacent to the Rose Bowl, and vehicles must display a valid State of California handicapped placard and registration upon entering these lots.

    Parsons' Lot Parking and Shuttle Buses
    Parking is also available at the Parsons' lot in Pasadena for $18 on game day and features a free round-trip shuttle to and from the Rose Bowl Lot B, beginning 3 hours prior to kick-off and ending 1 hour after the game.

    Parking Lot Policies
    Overnight parking is prohibited in all Lots.
    Parking lots close 90 minutes following the conclusion of the game.
    Parking is first-come, first-served. No saving of parking spaces is permitted.
    In and out privileges are not allowed.

    Thank you in advance for your continued support to the Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation to help create moments at America's Stadium - a National Historic Landmark and California Civil Engineering Landmark.


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     El Clasico de Mexico October 15 Rose Bowl , Sunday, October 15, 2023 5:30 pm  El Clasico de Mexico October 15 Rose Bowl , Sunday, October 15, 2023 5:30 pm
    El Clasico de Mexico October 15, 2023
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    El Clasico de Mexico


    El Clasico de Mexico: Club América vs. Chivas de Guadalajara takes place on October 15, at 5:30 pm at the Rose Bowl.

    • 1:00 pm - Parking Lots Open
    • 1:00 pm - FanFest in Area H
    • 4:00 pm - Gates
    • 5:30 pm - Match Time

    Club América, Club Deportivo Guadalajara, and PRIMETIME Sports officially announced that the long-awaited Clásico de México will arrive to the iconic Rose Bowl Stadium in Southern California on October 15th to wrap up Hispanic Heritage Month. The Clásico de México, the biggest game in the continent, is a friendly match that is played in the U.S. annually and is expected to be the largest Mexican-themed celebration this year in the United States.

    Mexico’s biggest rivalry began almost 65 years ago and it involves Mexico City’s Club América and the Chivas de Guadalajara. The last time this match was held in Los Angeles was in 2018 at the LA Coliseum under the name Súper Clásico and it attracted over 60,000 fans to the downtown venue.

    This game is much more than a soccer game as it features cultural and entertainment events leading up to match day, as well as a day-long Fan Fest on game day with live music, traditional food, legendary players from both Clubs, mascots, and much more.


    Shuttle service provides express service to-and-from the Parsons Engineering Complex, 100 West Walnut Street, in Old Pasadena to the Rose Bowl Stadium, Lot B. For the July 4, soccer match between the LA Galaxy and LAFC service will be FREE  of charge, and begin at 1:30 pm continuing for approximately 90 minutes following the conclusion of the match. Park in Old Pasadena and avoid the traffic.  Grab a bite pre-event at one of our 100+ restaurants and cafes.  Visit our Dining directory and use the filters to find just what hits the spot pre-game.  

    Ready for some fun stats:  In 17 all-time matches played across all competitions of El Tráfico, the Galaxy lead the all-time series 7-5-5. In nine all-time home matches played across all competitions against LAFC, the Galaxy hold an unbeaten record of 7-0-2 (21 GF, 11 GA). The LA Galaxy played their first-ever MLS regular-season match at Rose Bowl Stadium in a 2-1 win over the New York/New Jersey MetroStars on April 13, 1996. In 107 all-time regular-season and playoff games played at Rose Bowl Stadium, the Galaxy hold a combined record of 86-32-9 record (.713 win percentage).


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