2017 VMI football online ticket sales start July 1

Tickets for the 2017 VMI Football home games including season ticket packages for the five-game slate will commence Saturday, July 1 with online sales available at  www.vmikeydets.com.

vmi footballPhone orders and in-person sales at the VMI ticket office will start Wednesday, July 5th with summer office hours TuesdayFriday from 12:30 pm-4:30 pm. The VMI ticket office phone number is 540-464-7266.

All single game pricing remains unchanged from last year with the exception of the September 23 Parents Weekend game against Chattanooga which will also be the 2017 Southern Conference opener for the Keydets.

Away game ticket sales and availability will be announced at a later date.

 

 2017 VMI FOOTBALL HOME SCHEDULE

  •  September 9 – CATAWBA
  •  September 23 – CHATTANOOGA
  •  October 7 – SAMFORD
  •  October 21 – WESTERN CAROLINA
  •  November 11 – WOFFORD

All game times are 1:30 p.m. but subject to change

 

 2017 VMI FOOTBALL TICKET PRICING

Single game prices for all home games except Sept. 23 (Chattanooga)

  • Adult Reserved : $25
  • Youth Reserved : $15
  • Adult General Admission : $20
  •  Youth General Admission  : $10

Single game pricing for Sept. 23 vs. Chattanooga ONLY

  •  Adult Reserved :$28
  •  Youth Reserved : $18
  •  Adult General Admission : $23
  •  Youth General Admission : $10

SEASON TICKETS PRICING

  •  Adult Reserved :$115
  •  VMI Parent Reserved : $105
  •  VMI Faculty/Staff Reserved : $57.50
  •  Youth Reserved : $75
  •  Adult General Admission : $90
  •  VMI Faculty/Staff General Admission : $45
  •  Youth General Admission : $50

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