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Illinois Fighting Illini vs. Ball State Cardinals Sep 2, 2017
Sat 11:00AM
Memorial Stadium - IL
Champaign, IL
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Illinois Fighting Illini vs. Western Kentucky Hilltoppers Sep 9, 2017
Sat 7:00PM
Memorial Stadium - IL
Champaign, IL
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South Florida Bulls vs. Illinois Fighting Illini Sep 15, 2017
Fri 7:00PM
Raymond James Stadium
Tampa, FL
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PARKING: Illinois Fighting Illini vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers Sep 29, 2017
Fri TBA
Memorial Stadium Parking Lots - IL
Champaign, IL
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Illinois Fighting Illini vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers Sep 29, 2017
Fri 7:00PM
Memorial Stadium - IL
Champaign, IL
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Iowa Hawkeyes vs. Illinois Fighting Illini Oct 7, 2017
Sat 11:00AM
Kinnick Stadium
Iowa City, IA
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Illinois Fighting Illini vs. Rutgers Scarlet Knights Oct 14, 2017
Sat TBA
Memorial Stadium - IL
Champaign, IL
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PARKING: Illinois Fighting Illini vs. Rutgers Scarlet Knights Oct 14, 2017
Sat TBA
Memorial Stadium Parking Lots - IL
Champaign, IL
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Minnesota Golden Gophers vs. Illinois Fighting Illini Oct 21, 2017
Sat TBA
TCF Bank Stadium
Minneapolis, MN
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PARKING: Minnesota Golden Gophers vs. Illinois Fighting Illini Oct 21, 2017
Sat TBA
TCF Bank Stadium Parking Lots
Minneapolis, MN
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Illinois Fighting Illini vs. Wisconsin Badgers Oct 28, 2017
Sat 11:00AM
Memorial Stadium - IL
Champaign, IL
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Purdue Boilermakers vs. Illinois Fighting Illini Nov 4, 2017
Sat TBA
Ross-ade Stadium
West Lafayette, IN
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PARKING: Purdue Boilermakers vs. Illinois Fighting Illini Nov 4, 2017
Sat TBA
Ross-Ade Stadium Parking Lot
West Lafayette, IN
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PARKING: Illinois Fighting Illini vs. Indiana Hoosiers Nov 11, 2017
Sat TBA
Memorial Stadium Parking Lots - IL
Champaign, IL
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Illinois Fighting Illini vs. Indiana Hoosiers Nov 11, 2017
Sat TBA
Memorial Stadium - IL
Champaign, IL
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Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Illinois Fighting Illini Nov 18, 2017
Sat TBA
Ohio Stadium
Columbus, OH
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PARKING: Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Illinois Fighting Illini Nov 18, 2017
Sat TBA
Ohio Stadium Parking Lots
Columbus, OH
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PARKING: Illinois Fighting Illini vs. Northwestern Wildcats Nov 25, 2017
Sat TBA
Memorial Stadium Parking Lots - IL
Champaign, IL
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Illinois Fighting Illini vs. Northwestern Wildcats Nov 25, 2017
Sat TBA
Memorial Stadium - IL
Champaign, IL
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Illinois Fighting Illini

The Fighting are the intercollegiate athletic teams of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The university offers 10 men's and 11 women's varsity sports. The University operates a number of athletic facilities, including Memorial Stadium for football, the State Farm Center for both men's and women's basketball, the Atkins Tennis Center for men's and women's tennis, and Huff Hall for the women's, the men's wrestling, and the men's teams. The Fighting Illini lay claim to over twenty-five National Championships dating back to 1900. The University's Division of Intercollegiate Athletics administers the official athletics teams of the University. All of the University's athletics teams participate in the NCAA's Division I, and form the Big Ten Conference with 13 other primarily midwestern universities. The football team participates in a subdivision within the Division I known as the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS).

A symbol of the University's athletic teams was, from 1926–2007, a Native American figure, Chief Illiniwek, who sparked significant controversy beginning in the 1980s. Critics of the Chief claimed that it was a racist stereotype and a symbol of the oppression to Native Americans that took place in past American history. Supporters claimed that it was inoffensive and a source of pride and reverence to the Native American heritage of Illinois Past Sioux elder, Frank Fools Crow, who made and sold an authentic ceremonial costume and headdress to the university. Recently, the Oglala Sioux tribe demanded the costume and headdress back from the university. A grandson of Fools Crow has stated he disagreed with the way the University used his grandfather's gift. The University was (and is) deeply divided on this issue; while some of the faculty condemned the symbol, the administration remained supportive of it. The University Board of Trustees announced on February 16, 2007, that the Chief's last public performance would be the final home game of the 2006–2007 Men's Basketball season.