Purchase Season Tickets
PHILADELPHIA - Need a reason to visit the nation's oldest collegiate football stadium this fall? Be there as Penn, with 799 all-time wins, aims to become just the 11th program in college football history to reach the 800-win mark. Be there when head coach Al Bagnoli ties and then breaks the 109-year-old school record for career coaching wins. Be there when the Quakers honor longtime Penn legend Dan "Lake" Staffieri. Be there, and you might have the chance to rush the Franklin Field turf and watch the Quakers carry the Ivy League trophy off the field - again.
And remember, whenever you pass through the Franklin Field gates, you celebrate another NCAA Record with the Quakers - no program has played more games than the Red and Blue in the history of collegiate football. Everytime they play, they make history.
Needless to say, you'll want to save your ticket stubs this season.
Here's your chance. Secure your seats to see all five home games of the defending Ivy League champions. With the 134th season of Quaker football fast approaching, season tickets are currently on sale. Single-game tickets won't go on sale until Monday, Aug. 23 at 10 a.m.
2010 Red & Blue Chairback season tickets are just $80. Plan holders will also receive a Franklin Field Illustrated game program at each home game, access to the ticket exchange program, and an E-newsletter with discounts on additional tickets and merchandise. You get your tickets and these additional benefits at a price that is 45 percent off the regular price. Again this year, season ticket holders have the opportunity to pre-purchase parking. Penn also offers a general admission season ticket for $25 to Penn Football alums.
In two months, Penn begins its stretch toward a potential 15th Ivy League championship when it hosts Lafayette to open the season at 7 p.m. on Sept. 18. With a win, the Quakers would become just the third FCS team to reach the 800-win plateau. In addition, entering the 2010 campaign, Coach Bagnoli stands just two wins shy of matching George Woodruff's school record of 124 career wins - which has stood since 1901.
Fans can purchase season tickets online at PennAthletics.com by clicking the link above. Tickets are also available at the ticket office located at Weightman Hall on 235 South 33rd Street or by phone at 215-898-6151. The ticket office is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. during August, and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting Sept. 7.
Following Penn’s matchup with the Leopards, the Quakers will host four more at Franklin Field beginning with Dartmouth on Oct. 2 at 3:30 p.m. Columbia will then visit during Family Weekend on Oct. 16 with kickoff at noon, followed by the Homecoming game against Brown, which starts at 1:30 p.m. on October 30. In the 2010 home finale on Nov. 13, Penn will host Harvard at 1:30 p.m.