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Football Season Tickets Continue To Sell Through the Roof

September 6, 2007
|  Lynchburg, Va.
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Football season tickets continue to be a hot item in Lynchburg.

Football season tickets continue to be a hot item in Lynchburg.

Football season tickets continue to sell at an all-time high. As of this morning, there have been 1,865 season tickets claimed, with more going by the minute. Roughly 100 reserved red chairback seats are available and plenty of general admission season tickets remain.

Since this time last week, prior to the Flames' opening day win over Tusculum, over 300 season tickets have been sold. On Saturday, 14,925 fans filled Williams Stadium to see Liberty battle the Pioneers of Tusculum, marking the second-highest attended game in program history. The mark fell short of just one game, Liberty's Homecoming contest last year to William & Mary, which drew a program-best 15,631 fans on Oct. 14, 2006.

Due to the large influx of student support at Liberty's first home football game, the Athletics Department has announced it will be opening a new student entrance at the Williams Stadium South Gate.

The new entrance, which will be open for this Saturday's game against Shippensburg, will be located to the east side of the South Gate ticket booth (in front of the guard shack) and will service the needs of only the Liberty University student body.

Fans still interested in purchasing season or single game tickets can do so by calling (434) 582-SEAT or by stopping by the Flames' Ticket Office, located on the ground level of the Williams Football Operations Center.