What is Sugar Bowl?

The Sugar Bowl is a college football bowl game played in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. From January 1, 1935 The sugar bowl has been played every year. The Sugar Bowl, along with the Orange Bowl and Cotton Bowl, are the three oldest bowl games. The Sugar Bowl is one of the six major bowl games, and is officially known as the Allstate Sugar Bowl. The Sugar Bowl has been televised by ABC since the 1986 season.

Louisiana - The place of Super Bowl game

The Sugar Bowl was originally played at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana. Beginning with the 2006 season, the Sugar Bowl was moved to the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Sugar Bowl is currently sponsored by Allstate and is officially known as the Allstate Sugar Bowl.

Features teams of Sugar Bowl

The Sugar Bowl features teams from the Southeastern Conference (SEC) and the Big 12 Conference. The game pits the SEC champion (or the SEC runner-up if the champion is elected for the College Football Playoff) against the Big 12 champion (or the co-champion if the champion is selected for the College Football Playoff).
About Alabama Team

The University of Alabama organizes the Alabama Crimson Tide football in the game of American football. The Crimson Tide is the most described and ornamented football program in NCAA history.

The Alabama Crimson Tide football team plays as part of the NCAA Division Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), representing the University of Alabama in the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC).  Alabama has come out in 73 bowl games from the setting up of the team in 1892.

Alabama's first bowl game was in 1926, when Wallace Wade got them to the first of three Rose Bowls throughout his period and beat Washington 20-19. The year 2010 was Tide's first bowl game when Tide ended the season with 8th ranked in both the AP and the Coaches Poll.

In 2019, the Crimson Tide started the year ranked second in the AP poll and repeated as SEC champions.

In 2020, they completed the season unbeaten with a record of 13-0 (11-0 in the SEC) and as national champions. The team performed the 2020 season with a final No. 1 ranking in both the AP and Coaches polls.

Alabama Crimson tide story

In 1907, The game was played in a sea of Crimson mud and the Alabama players white uniforms were stained Crimson. Huge Roberts, who was the athlete editor for the Birmingham Age-Herald left the field. He reported Alabama as a Crimson Tide. Since then the name has become popular among sports writers.


The Sugar Bowl is one of the six bowls in the College Football Playoff. Alabama is famous for the college Super Bowl, especially the intra-state rivalry between University of Alabama and Auburn University. In addition to the Super Bowl, a part of Alabama is also known for Peanuts, Southern hospitality and beautiful Gulf Coast beaches.

Alabama is in the Sugar Bowl