The SEC Football Championship is booming in Pensacola for the first time

The SEC Football Championship is booming in Pensacola for the first time

Moving the Southeastern Conference Women’s Football Championship to Pensacola has become one of the league’s boldest moves in postseason events.

The result was amazing. Just entering the area at Ashton Brosnaham Park and Escambia County Stadium where matches were played made a positive impression.

From the first game on October 30, to the championship game last Sunday, the crowds, concessions, parking and atmosphere created an unprecedented experience for the SEC Football Tournament.

“I think everyone in Pensacola, our coaches, our athletes and our conference, took a leap of confidence in coming here but just a fantastic week,” said SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey. 13th seed South Carolina upset No. 1 Alabama 1-0 in the championship match.

Confetti rains from the sky as the University of South Carolina women's soccer celebrates winning the SEC Championship on Sunday, November 6, 2022 from Ashton Brosenham Football Complex.

And look forward to next year. If we had set expectations, we would have greatly exceeded those expectations.”

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Pensacola Sports jumped at the chance to host the SEC Championship in Brosnaham Park, 17 years after the event in Orange Beach, Alabama. The organization signed a three-year agreement, ensuring returns in 2023 and 2024.

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