Season Tickets Now Available For 2017 Princeton Football Campaign; New Benefits Available

  • June 12, 2017
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Princeton football hasn’t won back-to-back Ivy League titles since the 1960s, but the Tigers will return the reigning Ivy Offensive Player of the Year and the finalist for Defensive Player of the Year honors as they chase a second straight title this fall. They hope you will join both John Lovett and Kurt Holuba at Powers Field for the 2017 season, and you can make that happen today by ordering season tickets.

Princeton will play five games this fall (times are TBA), including its Alumni Weekend showdown with Yale and the season opener against the University of San Diego. The schedule of home games can be found at the bottom of this release.

Season ticket prices this fall are $50 for general public/alumni, and $35 for youth (12 and under), as well as faculty & staff. You can order season tickets here!

There are some added benefits to being a season ticket holder this season:

  • Open Practice: Come watch the Tigers practice on the afternoon of Friday, September 15, as they prepare to take on San Diego. Also, enjoy a facility tour and post-practice meet and greet/autograph session.
  • Field Access: Season ticket holders who renew prior to 8/1 will be entered for a chance to gain pre-game field access and the opportunity to welcome the Tigers onto the field. Five winners will be selected (one per home game).
  • Free Parking: With the purchase of 4+ season tickets, you can receive a season parking pass (spots are not guaranteed).
  • Dining Vouchers: Be sure to claim your free food or beverage at each home game, courtesy of Campus Dining.

Princeton made Powers Field a special place this past fall — from a comeback win over Lafayette and postgame fireworks in the season opener to a championship-clinching 38-21 win over Dartmouth in the finale — and the Tigers are hoping to make 2017 even more fun.

We can’t wait to see you there.

2017 HOME SCHEDULE (times will be announced this summer)

Sept. 16 University of San Diego
Sept. 30 Columbia
Oct. 7 Georgetown
Oct. 28 Cornell
Nov. 11 Yale


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