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As App State fans continue to purchase tickets and support their football program at a record pace, the Mountaineers’ Oct. 1 home game against The Citadel is officially sold out of reserved seats.
To allow families of App State students the best opportunity to attend the Family Weekend game, the only tickets available will be student guest tickets at $30 each, while supplies last. App State students will receive information via email today about how to reserve their tickets and purchase student guest tickets. (NOTE: Student guest tickets are not available for the Sept. 3 North Carolina game, but will be available for all other home games at the beginning of each game week following the same protocols as last year.)
This is the latest in a trend of Kidd Brewer Stadium sellouts. App State announced July 19 that football season tickets are sold out for the first time in school history after approximately 11,000 had been sold. The next day, the Sept. 3 season opener against North Carolina officially became a sellout.
Single-game tickets are on sale to the general public for other home games. Families, friends and alumni are encouraged to consider tickets for remaining home games such as Homecoming (Oct. 29) to visit campus this fall.
There are a limited number of tickets available for The Rock Garden – a premium on-field area in the north end zone – for all games other than North Carolina (due to temporary bleachers in the north end zone).
Last season, the Mountaineers won 10 games, claimed a Sun Belt East division title and appeared in their FBS-record seventh consecutive bowl game in as many eligible seasons after making the transition from FCS. App State’s record among all FBS teams since its transition to the top level of college football trails only Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Georgia.
Visit appstatesports.com/tickets to purchase tickets for home games that have remaining inventory (Sept. 17 vs. Troy, Sept. 24 vs. James Madison, Oct. 19 vs. Georgia State, Oct. 29 vs. Robert Morris, Nov. 19 vs. Old Dominion).