Alabama vs. Auburn

Properly dubbed the Iron Bowl, the Alabama vs. Auburn rivalry has helped shape college football over history. Separated by just 157 miles, the Iron Bowl is considered one of the most important football rivalries in American Sports, and both Alabama and Auburn were charter members of the Southeastern Conference.

The first game played between the 2 teams happened in 1893 when Auburn beat Alabama 32-22. For much of the 20th century, the Iron Bowl was played in Birmingham; however, since 1999, the games are played at Jordan-Hare Stadium on odd-numbered years and at Bryant-Denny Stadium on even-numbered years. The game has been played in 4 different cities during its history: Auburn, Birmingham, Montgomery and Tuscaloosa.

Alabama currently leads Auburn in the series 48-37-1.

Last 5 Alabama vs. Auburn Games

ALABAMA
24
AUBURN
22
Jordan-Hare Stadium - Nov. 27, 2021
AUBURN
13
ALABAMA
42
Bryant-Denny Stadium - Nov. 28, 2020
ALABAMA
45
AUBURN
48
Jordan-Hare Stadium - Nov. 30, 2019
AUBURN
21
ALABAMA
52
Bryant-Denny Stadium - Nov. 24, 2018
ALABAMA
14
AUBURN
26
Jordan-Hare Stadium - Nov. 25, 2017

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