Want to get a look at the Utah football team this spring? There’s a chance.
The school announced Wednesday that up to 6,500 fans will be allowed to attend the Utes’ spring game on Saturday, April 17. Kickoff is noon MDT at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Spectators must wear a mask at all times and maintain physical distancing, as well as sit in groups limited to those who share the same household.
Here’s the details on ticket sales for the spring game:
- Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. and can be purchased either online at UtahTickets.com or by phone at 801-581-8849. Tickets cost $10 each, or a bundle of four tickets for $22, and will be distributed digitally.
- There will be a special presale beginning Wednesday for supporters of the Utah Athletics Department’s #ReinvestInU campaign and supporters of the Ken Garff Performance Zone at Rice-Eccles Stadium.
- Student tickets will be available the day of the game at Rice-Eccles, and students are encouraged to follow The Muss social media accounts to learn more about claiming tickets.
- Funds raised through spring game ticket sales will go to the Ty Jordan Memorial Scholarship fund, established earlier this year to honor the former Utah football running back who died tragically in late December.
For those who don’t attend, the game will also be televised on the Pac-12 Network.