No single game tickets are available for Virginia's home football games with Penn State, Florida State and Virginia Tech this fall.
July 7, 2001
CHARLOTTESVILLE - There are no single game tickets available for three of the University of Virginia's 2001 home football games. No single game tickets are available for Virginia's games with Penn State, Florida State and Virginia Tech at the Carl Smith Center, home of David A. Harrison III Field at Scott Stadium this fall.
"When we combine the number of season tickets sold and the number of season tickets we anticipate selling with orders already accepted for those three games from Virginia Student Aid Foundation (VSAF) members and season ticket holders, we do not have tickets to offer to the general public for those games," said Dick Mathias, UVa's assistant athletic director for ticket office management.
When the public sale of Virginia single game football tickets begins on July 16, tickets will be available for UVa's home games with Richmond (Sept. 1), Duke (Sept. 29), Wake Forest (Nov. 3) and Georgia Tech (Nov. 10). Tickets for Virginia's five away football games this fall will also be on sale.
Season tickets continue to be available for Virginia's 2001 home football schedule. The season tickets include all seven of the Cavaliers' home games, including Penn State (Sept. 13), Florida State (Oct. 20) and Virginia Tech (Nov. 17). Season tickets range in price from $145-$194.
UVa has already sold a school-record 32,443 season tickets, breaking the record of 31,302 established last year. It's the sixth consecutive year UVa has established a record for football season ticket sales.
The Virginia Athletic Ticket Office is located in Bryant Hall at the Carl Smith Center at Scott Stadium and is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Orders may also be placed by calling 800/542-8821 or 434/924-8821.
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