Football State Championship Game Information

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  • Friday, November 25, 2022 – For the first time since 1996, the Mountain Brook High School football team will compete for the state championship. The Spartans (12-2) defeated Muscle Shoals (11-2) tonight 28-7 on the road to secure the championship berth. Mountain Brook will face Saraland on Friday, Dec. 2 at 7:00 in Jordan-Hare Stadium (Auburn, AL).
    Mountain Brook has a 2-1 all-time record in the state championship game with the wins coming back to back in 1975 (29-23 win over Dothan) and 1976 (52-26 win over Murphy). The lone loss came in 1996 when Jeff Davis defeated the Spartans, 28-12.
    “We’re thrilled for the opportunity for the Spartans to compete for another state championship,” MBS Communications/PR Specialist William Galloway said. “With that being said, we want to ensure you have as much information as possible leading up to the big game and have all your questions answered regardless if you will be able to attend the game or not.”
    Leading up to the game, Spartan fans are encouraged to follow Mountain Brook football on Twitter and Instagram. Content will be posted on these platforms daily leading up to the game to get you excited about the championship.  Be on the lookout for an interview with Major Ogilvie as he shares his experience and what it was like to win the program’s two state titles in 1975 and 1976. Hype videos, graphics and information will be shared as well.
    FAN INFORMATION for this year’s game is as follows:
    TICKETS: All advance ticket sales for the 2022 AHSAA Super 7 will be available for purchase online through the AHSAAʼs digital ticketing partner, GoFan, by visiting and will be $15 plus applicable GoFan fees.
    PARKING: During Super 7, Auburn University will still be completing its Fall 2022 academic term, so event parking will be working around normal campus activities and Super 7 parking on the Auburn University campus will be limited before 5 p.m. each day.
    For the Spartans game, fans can park in designated (on parking map) Auburn University parking lot on a first-come, first-serve basis in addition to the parking lots serviced by shuttles detailed above.
    There will be restricted event parking areas associated with the Super 7 State Championships and those with access will be issued an event parking pass. If you have a parking pass it must be visible on the dashboard at all times.
    Any fans attending Super 7 that display a current state-issued and valid handicapped tag or placard will allow them to park in any designated handicapped areas on campus or utilize the “Red Barn Lot” off of Donahue Drive or Tiger Transit vehicles from the shuttle locations will be equipped to manage ADA guests.
    Please view the Super 7 event parking map by visiting the event website at
    TV INFORMATION: All seven games of the 2022 AHSAA Super 7 will be broadcast LIVE on Alabama Public Television across the state. Click HERE to see the coverage map and television affiliates carrying Super 7 across the state.
    Click HERE to watch every championship live on the NFHS Network. For a $10.99 subscription, you can watch every AHSAA Super 7 game anytime, anywhere on You can also watch with the NFHS Network iOS app or Android app
    RADIO BROADCAST: The official radio broadcast for the Super 7 Championships is the AHSAA Radio Network produced by R&B Media.  All seven of the Championship Games will be broadcast LIVE. Click HERE to see the radio stations carrying the games in your market.
    IN-GAME UPDATES: During the game Friday night, you can look for live updates on Twitter from local reporters as well as the official AHSAA account, @AHSAA_football. Additionally, live stats will be posted online.
    More details and information on the entire event can be found by clicking here. Thank you for reading and Go Spartans!