This weekend the University of Georgia Bulldogs and Alabama Crimson Tide face off in Atlanta at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in another championship game. 

This weekend's game has major College Football Playoff implications and is a sold-out affair. On Monday, the SEC issued a warning telling fans and potential game goers to keep an eye out for counterfeit and stolen tickets. 

The SEC said in a news release that real tickets will have holographic SEC logos, raised lines and lettering on the front. It also encouraged people buying tickets on the secondary market to go through its official SEC ticket exchange website.

The game on Saturday between the Dawgs and Crimson Tide kicks off at 4 p.m., but a ticket validation window will open at 10 a.m. People can bring their tickets here if there are any questions about validity.


If you do purchase a counterfeit or stolen ticket, you’re out of luck. SEC officials announced you will be denied entry into the game.  

Alabama won an overtime thriller against UGA the last time the two teams met. That game in January saw Bama crowned College Football National Champions.