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Countdown to Kickoff: Premium Seating Area Nears Sellout
For the first time in program history, the premium seating area at Williams Stadium is nearly sold out with less than three weeks remaining before Liberty opens its 2007 football season against Tusculum on Sept. 1.
The premium area, located on the west side of the stadium in Sections 4-6, gives fans one of the best seats in the stadium by covering 10 yards on either side of the 50-yard line.
Approximately 50 season tickets remain available in the premium section, which seats 660 people.
Liberty has shattered previous season ticket records this year, as approximately 950 season tickets have been claimed as of Friday afternoon.
Just two years ago, Liberty sold 132 season tickets for the 2005 campaign, while the beginning of the Danny Rocco era in 2006 saw year-end season ticket sales swell to a then program-record 413.
Fans wishing to purchase season tickets can do so by calling the Flames Ticket Office on Monday through Friday, during normal business hours at (434) 582-SEAT (7328).
Season tickets for the premium area are priced at $72.00 for six games, followed by $52.00 for reserved seating. General admission season tickets are priced at $35.00. The Flames Athletic Department also offers a Family Plan for $150.00, giving fans four reserved season tickets for each home game.
Group and single-game tickets are also available by contacting the Flames Ticket Office or by visiting LibertyFlames.com, where you can view pricing under the Tickets section.
Today, the Flames are enjoying their first day off since opening training camp on Aug. 3. LibertyFlames.com will return to practice coverage on Monday as part of its Countdown to Kickoff campaign, when the Flames have their second scrimmage of training camp. Liberty's Monday afternoon practice is scheduled to begin at 2:20 p.m., and conclude around 5 p.m.