Florida Citrus Sports

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  • One Citrus Bowl Place
    Orlando, FL 32805
  • Phone: 407-423-2476
  • Toll Free: 800-297-2695
  • Location: Downtown Area
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Not-for-profit organization known for major sports tourism events including the Citrus Bowl, Camping World Bowl, Camping World Kickoff and Florida Blue Florida Classic.

  • Category:  Sporting Events
  • Distance to Walt Disney World:  14.2 Miles
  • Distance to Orlando Intl Airport (MCO):  9.3 Miles
  • Distance to Orlando Sanford Intl Airport (SFB): 19.1 Miles
  • Distance to Downtown:  1.5 Miles
  • Distance to Convention Center:  8.2 Miles
  • Distance to SeaWorld:  9.6 Miles
  • Distance to Universal:  5.7 Miles
Attractions
  • Admission Price : Call for membership and event ticket information
  • Hours of Operation : By appointment; tours available
  • Length of Activity : Quarter Day
Other Amenities
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Location: Florida Citrus Sports
  • Address: One Citrus Bowl Place
    Orlando, FL 32805
  • December 28, 2018
  • Event Website

This postseason college bowl game will feature the top selection from the Atlantic Coast Conference against the second selection from the Big 12 Conference outside of the College Football Playoff series of bowls. View Details >

  • Location: Florida Citrus Sports
  • Address: One Citrus Bowl Place
    Orlando, FL 32805
  • January 01, 2018
  • Event Website

One of the nation's oldest collegiate bowl games celebrates 73 years in 2019, matching the top teams from the Big Ten/Atlantic Coast Conferences and the Southeastern Conference on New Year's Day. View Details >

  • Location: Florida Citrus Sports
  • Address: One Citrus Bowl Place
    Orlando, FL 32805
  • November 17, 2018
  • Event Website

It’s more than a game, it’s an experience! The Florida Blue Florida Classic is a weekend where college friends reunite, families come together and fans show out for an O-town Showdown to witness the Florida A&M Rattlers and Bethune-Cookman Wildcats battle it out on the gridiron for bragging rights. More than 1.9 million fans have attended since the first game in 1978, making it the nation’s largest football game between two History Black College/University (HBCU) schools. View Details >