FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Gillette Stadium, the University of New Hampshire and the University of Massachusetts announce that ticket sales for the first-ever college football game at Gillette Stadium will go on sale to the general public Tuesday July 19 at 10 a.m. The game will be played Saturday, October 23 at 3:30 p.m. Tailgating will be permitted during the game with parking lots opening at 11:30 a.m. Doors to the stadium will open at 2:00 p.m.
Tickets are currently available for
purchase through UNH at the Whittemore Center Arena Box
Office by calling 603-862-4000 extension 5. Club seats are $30,
Lower bowl seats are $25, and there is a discounted student ticket
available for $10. All ticket prices include
parking. Fans will be able to select seats on the respective
school sidelines. UMass will utilize the Patriots sideline
and UNH will be on the "visiting" team sidelines. A seating
chart is available by clicking here on the Ticketmaster event
UNH student tickets are ONLY being sold at the Whittemore Center Arena Box Office. Please note that a valid UNH Student ID is required at the time of purchase. NO student tickets will be available to purchase at Gillette Stadium on game day.
Club Level seating for $30 includes access to the Fidelity Investment Clubhouse during the game. Fans who purchase Club Seats will have an opportunity to purchase tickets to a pre-game reception being hosted by UNH in the Fidelity Investment Clubhouse West . To purchase tickets to the pre-game reception, click here.
Group sales are available for 20 or more fans by calling 1-877-GET-REVS.
UNH captured the 2008 game 52-21,
while UMass won a thriller last year 23-17. The annual
rivalry almost always has a direct bearing on the Colonial Athletic
Association championship chase as UMass and UNH have captured or
shared the conference title each of the last four years.
UNH has the third longest active streak of NCAA championship appearances with six-straight trips to the FCS playoffs (2004-2009), while UMass has advanced to the NCAA championship three times since 2003 (2003, 2006 and 2007).
In addition to serving as the home of the three-time Super Champion New England Patriots and the 2007 U.S. Open Cup champion New England Revolution, Gillette Stadium has hosted a variety of sporting events since opening in 2002, including the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships, FIFA World Cup qualifiers and high school football Super Bowls.