FAQS

Q: How long has the Camellia Bowl been in existence?

A: The inaugural game was played on Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014.

Q: Why Cramton Bowl?

A: The newly renovated Cramton Bowl, home of the 2013 All-Star Classic college football game, provides an opportunity for the Camellia Bowl to deliver first-class hospitality – for both the fans and athletes – in a postseason college football event that will highlight a dynamic community that is more than ready to play host to just such an experience. The stadium now includes four entrances, a state-of-the-art press box, an innovative and contemporary plaza area, and, with a nod to Montgomery’s sports history, a Walk of Fame. Cramton Bowl now also includes a 90,000-square-foot multipurpose facility adjacent to the south end zone.

Q: Where is the Cramton Bowl?

A: The newly renovated Cramton Bowl is in the heart of downtown Montgomery, Ala., located at 1022 Madison Ave. All parking lots surrounding the stadium are public. RV parking is available for the Camellia Bowl. For more information, contact info@camelliabowl.com.

Q: How do I get tickets?

A: Tickets regularly go on sale during the regular football season. For more information, send an email to tickets@camelliabowl.com.

Q: Are there opportunities to volunteer with the Camellia Bowl?

A: Yes, we welcome volunteers. Interested parties should email us at info@camelliabowl.com.


December 21, 2019 5:30PM ET/4:30PM CT on ESPN

The Historic
Cramton Bowl
MONTGOMERY, AL

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