What to know about the Citrus Bowl: Tickets, parking, LSU football's bowl game opponent

LSU football will face Purdue in the Cheez-It Citrus Bowl on Jan. 2 in Orlando.

It'll be the Tigers' third Citrus Bowl appearance in the last seven years. LSU will also travel to Orlando again to kickoff the 2023 season against Florida State.

The Boilermakers got the selection coming off a 43-22 loss to No. 2 Michigan in the Big 10 championship game while the Tigers were selected after losing the SEC championship game to No. 1 Georgia.

Purdue will face LSU for the Boilermakers' second overall Citrus Bowl appearance in the teams' first meeting.

Here's what you need to know about the game.

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Who is playing in the Citrus Bowl?

The bowl's matchup will feature LSU football vs. the Purdue Boilermakers. The bowl game will be played at 1 p.m. on January 2.

Where is the Citrus Bowl?

The game will be played at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.

How can I watch the Citrus Bowl?

The game will be televised on ESPN.

What about tickets to the Citrus Bowl?

Fans can buy tickets to the Citrus Bowl via TicketMaster. Re-sale tickets start at $75 in the upper deck while lower-level face value tickets start at $85. Re-sale ticket prices are subject to change and very well might as the market adjusts to the announced matchup.

All prices noted are before fees.

If I am driving to the game, what should I do about Citrus Bowl parking?

Fans can purchase parking through the Citrus Bowl via Ticketmaster for $50, plus fees. Fans are encouraged to use the City of Orlando’s downtown shuttle service on game day if they do not have a parking permit.

Shuttle buses will run to and from the stadium throughout the day until 1 hour after the game.

What else should I know?

Camping World Stadium's clear bag policy is consistent with other NFL stadiums' bag policies. Clear bags sized 12'' by 6' by 12'' are allowed, as are small clutch bags/purses no larger than 4 1/2'' by 6 1/2''.

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