UVA soccer single-game tickets on sale now
Single-game tickets go on sale Monday (Aug. 8) for the 2016 UVA men’s and women’s soccer home schedules at Klöckner Stadium. The Virginia women open their regular-season home slate on Sunday, Aug. 21, against George Mason, while the men kick off their home schedule on Friday, Aug. 26, against Coastal Carolina.
Single-game tickets are $9 for reserved seats if available, $7 for adults and $5 for youth, seniors and faculty/staff. Group ticket orders of 20 or more tickets are $4 per ticket.
General admission season tickets remain on sale and are available for adults ($20), Youth/Senior ($15) and UVA Faculty/Staff ($15).
All fans can order season tickets online, in person or by telephone. To purchase tickets online, visit VirginiaSports.com/Tickets. In-person purchases can be made at the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office in Bryant Hall at Scott Stadium on weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Telephone purchases can be made by calling 1-800-542-UVA1 (8821) or locally at 434-924-UVA1 (8821).
The women’s schedule includes 11 home games at Klöckner Stadium, highlighted by an Oct. 2 matchup with North Carolina. ACC rival Virginia Tech will also visit Klöckner Stadium this fall, along with non-conference opponents Michigan State, Oklahoma and Pepperdine.
Virginia finished 19-1-3 in 2015 and returns nine starters from the 2015 squad that won the ACC regular-season championship and advanced to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament.
The Virginia men also boast an outstanding 11-match home schedule, highlighted by visits from five 2015 NCAA qualifiers – Coastal Carolina, national runner-up Clemson (Sept. 17), Hofstra (Oct. 4), Radford (Oct. 11) and Notre Dame (Oct. 14), as well as ACC rivals Virginia Tech (Sept. 30) and Duke (Oct. 28).
After reaching the second round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament, Virginia returns 18 letterwinners this season, including seven starters, while welcoming in a top five-ranked recruiting class. UVA has won seven national championships and 15 ACC titles and appeared in 35-consecutive NCAA tournaments – the longest current streak in the nation.