Individual Game Tickets Now on Sale for Football

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PHILADELPHIA – Fans can now purchase single game tickets to all five Penn home football games this season. Single-game tickets start as low as $8. It'll be a season of milestones, so be sure to get your tickets to see the Quakers become just the 11th program in college football history to reach the 800-win mark; to see head coach Al Bagnoli tie and break the 109-year-old school record for career coaching wins; and for the possibility of watching 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.

Fans can purchase 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.

Be there to support the Quakers as the Red and Blue begin the Ivy title defense on Sept. 18 against their biggest budding rival in Lafayette at 7 p.m. This will be the only chance to catch a game under the lights at Franklin Field this season and if history is any indication, is almost guaranteed to be a close game. It will mark the fourth straight year in which the two teams have met and Lafayette has claimed each of the last two meetings at Fisher Field in the waning seconds, including an overtime game last season, while also defeating Penn by one in the 2007 season opener on a last minute field goal.

The home opener is also the team's annual Community Day where organizations throughout Philadelphia (schools, church groups, community groups, youth teams, etc.) can get FREE tickets to Penn Football when they pre-register. Contact Brian Haggerty at 215-573-3932 for details.

Two weeks later, against Ivy rival Dartmouth at 3:30 p.m. on Oct. 2, $10 gets a ticket to both the Penn Football game and to the University of Pennsylvania Museum which is located at 3260 South Street next to Franklin Field.

The Quakers also host Columbia (Oct. 16) on Family Weekend at noon and Brown (Oct. 30) on Homecoming at 1:30 p.m. The home finale against Harvard (Nov. 13) at 1:30 p.m. is Take a Kid to the Game Day when an kids get in free with a paid adult.

Also, for every game this season, ShopRite Price Plus members can receive a FREE General Admission ticket with the purchase of another General Admission ticket when they show their ShopRite Price Plus Club Card at purchase in the Penn Athletics Ticket Office. Alternatively, you can purchasetickets online and use the code (shoprite10) at checkout.

Season tickets are still available and a cheaper option for those planning on attending the majority of the Quakers’ home games. 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.

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