Auburn and Alabama will face off for the 83rd time in program history on Saturday, Nov. 24.

By Emily Caron
November 23, 2018

The Auburn Tigers will take on the Crimson Tide for the 83rd time in history on Saturday, Nov. 24 in the state's much-anticipated Iron Bowl matchup. 

Alabama leads the series by just nine games with the all-time record sitting at 45–36–1 through 82 clashes.

The two teams have met for 71 straight years since 1948. Before 1989, the series was primarily played in Birmingham, Ala. at a neutral site. The two teams first met on Feb. 22, 1893 at Birmingham's Lakeview Park. The Tigers took a 32–22 victory in the inagural matchup.

Auburn leads the Iron Bowl 16–9 when the game is played on campus and beat the top-ranked Crimson Tide 34–27 at home last year at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

2018's Iron Bowl will be played at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala., where Auburn leads the series 7–4. 

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