Boise State Football
“GO BIG BLUE!” Boise is proud to be home of the Boise State University Broncos. Each game is filled with die-hard Bronco fans ready to cheer on Boise’s favorite sports team.
The Broncos play at the Albertsons Stadium known as “The Blue” or for better terms the “smurf turf”. It holds 36,000 fans and is recognizably often sold out or near capacity. No ticket? Don’t worry the stadium parking lot fills up with tailgates and the majority of sports bars and restaurants host watch parties.
The Broncos have a long history of success starting with the Junior College and the National Championship team of 1957, coached by the father of Bronco Football, Lyle Smith. The Broncos have participated in NCAA Division 1 since 1996. Boise State joined the Mountain West Conference in 2011 and has continued to flourish since.
If you’re new to Boise we advise you to head to the nearest Bronco Shop and pick up some gear so you can fit right in.
Check out the season's schedule: Game Schedule
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Boise State Baseball
Boise State baseball is back after a 40-year hiatus, this year! The team previously was a part of the Big Sky Conference and will be returning to play in the spring of 2020. The roster is lined with 32 student-athletes all excited to be on the newest Boise State sports team.
The Broncos began practice in September at Hawks Memorial Stadium and wake the field for competition in February.
Prepare to cheer on the Broncos baseball team by checking out their schedule: Game Schedule
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Five-straight titles in the Mountain Rim Gymnastics Conference has continued to lead the Boise State Gymnastics legacy. The BSU Gymnastics team is known for continually sending gymnasts off to the World Championships, year after year. Meets happen in spring, when in Boise at the Extramile Arena on campus.
Don’t miss out on your chance to see the girls compete: Game Schedule
Photo Credit: Boise State Gymnastics
Boise State Tennis
The Boise State tennis program has a long history of notable accomplishments and alumni. Both teams are recognized for continually placing in the Idaho State Invitational and playing in the Mountain West Championship games.
Follow the successes of Boise State Tennis: Game Schedule
Photo Credit: Boise State Men’s Tennis
Boise State has 13 other sports teams, including:
- Men’s Cross Country
- Men’s Basketball
- Men’s Golf
- Men’s Track & Field
- Women’s Basketball
- Women’s Beach Volleyball
- Women’s Cross Country
- Women’s Golf
- Women’s Soccer
- Women’s Softball
- Women’s Swimming and Diving
- Women’s Track & Field
- Women’s Volleyball
Check them out at: Boise State Sports