Fans lucky enough to get a ticket into historic Camp Randall Stadium on the UW Madison Campus will get to take home a pretty sweet souvenir from the game as the Wisconsin Badgers have announced a series of retro designs to honor the 100th year of Camp Randall Stadium.
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Camp Randall has been the home of the Wisconsin football team since 1985, but was first opened as a stadium in 1917. It's the oldest college football stadium in the Big Ten conference.
Formerly a Union Army training facility during the Civil War, Camp Randall was bought by the state of Wisconsin and transferred to the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The rest, as they say, is history.
That history is currently being celebrated on campus, and the football team is taking part with a cool ticket promotion. Check out the designs for this year's tickets:
As part of the #CampRandall100 celebration, each @BadgerFootball home game will feature a retro-themed ticket.
— Wisconsin Badgers (@UWBadgers) May 24, 2017
Badgers fans can learn more about Camp Randall Stadium and #CampRandall100 at CampRandall100.com.
Opened in 1917, Camp Randall Stadium has been home to countless memorable moments in its first 100 years. CampRandall100.com is dedicated to celebrating those memories.
Whether it’s the Camp Randall 100, the interactive timeline, photo galleries, historic videos or fan memories, this is your home for the year-long celebration.
And don’t forget to share your favorite memories of Camp Randall Stadium with #CampRandall100.