The 1992 Alabama Crimson Tide football team represented the University of Alabama in the 1992 college football season. This was the team's third season under head coach Gene Stallings. They played their home games at both Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and Legion Field in Birmingham, Alabama. They finished the season undefeated with a record of 13–0 (8–0 in the SEC) and as National Champions. The team was noted especially for its strong defense, which led the nation in fewest points allowed (9.2 per game during the regular season) and, in a strong bowl game performance, prevented defending national champion Miami from scoring an offensive touchdown.
The 1992 Crimson Tide won their twentieth Southeastern Conference title by defeating the Florida Gators by the score of 28–21 on December 5 in the inaugural SEC Championship Game. The team then capped off Alabama's eighth perfect season by winning the 1992 national football championship, defeating the heavily favored Miami Hurricanes by a score of 34 to 13 in the 1993 Sugar Bowl on January 1, 1993, a matchup which marked the first ever Bowl Coalition national championship game.
The Alabama Crimson Tide celebrated 100 years of Alabama Football in the 1992 season.