UTSA Football season tickets to go on sale February 21 – UTSA

FEBRUARY 17, 2022  Season tickets for the 2022 UTSA Football home schedule will go on sale beginning Monday, February 21. The Roadrunners are scheduled to host six home games this fall following the release of the Conference USA schedule earlier this week.
Fans can call or text 210-458-UTSA (8872) or visit goUTSA.com to purchase their tickets beginning at 10 a.m. Monday. Season ticket prices start at $90 per seat. Payment plans for all season ticket packages are available.
Season ticket holder benefits include:
The renewal deadline for 2021 season ticket holders to keep their same seats for this season is Friday, April 22.
Current UTSA students receive free admission to all home games by downloading tickets via their Account Manager.
The defending C-USA champion Roadrunners will open their 12th season on Saturday, September 3, when they host Houston at the Alamodome. Following road games at Army on September 10 and Texas the following Saturday, UTSA will close out the nonconference slate at home on September 24 against Texas Southern.
C-USA unveiled its 2022 league schedule on Tuesday and UTSA is scheduled for eight contests, four at home and four on the road.
The Roadrunners, who went 12-2 and made their second straight and third overall bowl appearance last year, will open conference play on the road against Middle Tennessee on October 1 in Murfreesboro before hosting Western Kentucky on October 8 in a rematch of last year’s C-USA Championship Game that UTSA won 49-41 at the Alamodome.
Following the lone idle week of the season, UTSA will host Louisiana Tech on October 22 before hitting the road for matchups with Southern Miss on October 29 and UAB on November 5.
The Roadrunners will close out the regular season home docket against North Texas on November 12 and UTEP on November 19 before making the trip to Houston to face Rice on November 26.
The 2022 Ryan C-USA Championship Game is scheduled for Saturday, December 3.
It is important to note that all games are subject to change and some dates could be adjusted in order to accommodate a television broadcast. A schedule of televised games will be released at a later date.
The 2022 C-USA schedule complies with the league’s scheduling policies as approved by the Board of Directors.
Kyle Stephens
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