|1933 Tennessee Volunteers football|
|1933 record||7–3 (5–2 SEC)|
|Home stadium||Shields–Watkins Field|
|1933 Southeastern Conference football standings|
The 1933 Tennessee Volunteers football team represented the University of Tennessee in the 1933 college football season. Robert Neyland served his eighth year as head coach of the Volunteers. This was the first year that the Vols played in the newly formed Southeastern Conference.
On October 21, Tennessee suffered a 12–6 defeat at Shields–Watkins Field to Alabama, snapping a 55-game winning streak at home that dated back to a win over Emory and Henry on October 3, 1925. This was also Tennessee's first homecoming loss. A week earlier, the Volunteers lost to Duke in Durham, North Carolina, 10–2. It was Tennessee's first defeat since a loss on October 18, 1930, to Alabama. Between those two losses, Tennessee, compiled a record of 26–0–2.
|September 30||VPI*||W 27–0||15,000|||
|October 7||Mississippi State||W 20–0|||
|October 14||at Duke*||L 2–10||22,000|||
|October 21||Alabama||L 6–13||25,000|||
|October 28||Florida||W 13–6|||
|November 4||at George Washington*||W 13–0||25,000|||
|November 11||Ole Miss||W 35–6||12,000|||
|November 18||Vanderbilt||W 33–6||20,000|||
|November 30||at Kentucky||W 27–0|||
|December 9||at LSU||L 0–7||15,000|||