The Big Ten Conference has announced that the 2020–21 football season will begin October 24. Home games will be held in Camp Randall Stadium, but tickets will not be sold, and teams will follow strict testing protocols for the health and safety of all involved. We commend UW–Madison and UW Department of Athletics leaders, who are leading with care and concern and doing their best to provide a safe season for student-athletes.
As we await the season’s first kickoff, the Wisconsin Alumni Association® (WAA) is working on ways to fill that Motion W–shaped hole in your heart. Our traditional fall events will not go on as scheduled. Stay tuned for other ways we’ll lift your Badger spirit throughout the fall season and celebrate traditions, including UW–Madison Homecoming, which will help us kick-off the Big Ten season October 19–24.
Rose Bowl Recap
The Badgers battled the Oregon Ducks in an intense match-up at the 106th Rose Bowl on New Year’s Day. Despite the close loss of 27-28, Badger fans didn’t let the outcome of the game dampen their pride. Check out the Official Badger Bowl recap story to hear about the fun had at “Camp Randall West”.
2020 Badger Football Schedule
|Oct. 24||Illinois (Homecoming)|
|Oct. 31||@ Nebraska|
|Nov. 14||@ Michigan|
|Nov. 21||@ Northwestern|
|Dec. 12||@ Iowa|
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Madison is home to winning Badger sports action. Getting away to experience the thrill of victory is great, too. And the best way to head out in total Wisconsin style is to travel with WAA — from Badger road trips to bucket-list sporting events.
2021: The Kentucky Derby
April 28—May 2, 2021
Churchill Downs, Louisville, KY
Price starting at $3,499
It’s off to the races for you and fellow Badgers on this thrill ride of a land-only tour where you’ll:
- Go way beyond “the most exciting two minutes in sports”
- Enjoy Dawn at the Downs, the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, and more
- Sit front and center on Derby Day to take in the grandeur (and hats!) at Churchill Downs