Buy Season Tickets Today!
This Fall, the University of Minnesota soccer program will have season tickets available to the public. During the 2018 season, a general admission season ticket package will be available for just $45.
"We are so excited about having season tickets available to our fan base this upcoming season," Head Coach Stefanie Golan said. "We have a loyal and passionate fan base and to be able to give them an option that comes with some awesome perks is tremendous. We are excited to continue to build something special out at ELR, so don't miss out!"
Gopher Soccer Season Ticket Holders will receive exclusive benefits at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium, including early entry to all 11 home games. Doors will open 70 minutes prior to kickoff for season ticket holders, giving them the freedom to select their seat before the general public enters. Early access to the venue also provides season ticket holders first opportunity at receiving the door giveaways. Lastly, an exclusive Gopher Soccer Scarf will be included with each season ticket package. The scarf design will be announced at a later time.
Be a part of Gopher Soccer and join the ranks of a Season Ticket Holder!
• Gopher Score presale: Wednesday, May 16 at 9am
• Public on sale: Thursday, May 17 at 9am.
Click here for more information or to purchase your tickets. Questions? Please contact the Gopher Ticket Sales & Service Office at email@example.com or call 612-624-8080. The Ticket Sales & Service Office is open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm and is located at the 3M Arena at Mariucci Ticket Office.
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