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2010 Football Season Tickets on Sale

May 28, 2010  Lynchburg, Va.  RSS
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Get your 2010 football season tickets today!

Get your 2010 football season tickets today!

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With the Liberty football season opener less than 100 days away, LibertyFlames.com would like to remind you that season tickets for the 2010 football season are still on sale through the Flames Ticket Office. Individual game tickets will go on sale at a later date.

Since the hiring of head coach Danny Rocco, season ticket sales have steadily increased with each Big South Championship season. In 2009, season ticket sales once again exceeded the 2,000 mark, reaching a total of 2,200 season tickets sold. Single-game ticket purchases have also mirrored the same rise each year.

The 2010 campaign looks to follow the same trend for both season and single-game sales with even bigger returns due to an ongoing stadium expansion that will increase overall seating capacity by approximately 63 percent. This fall, Williams Stadium is expected to seat 19,200 spectators, with additions to premium seating, club and suite areas, as well as improvements to accessible seating and upgraded facilities.

Last season, the Flames captured their third-straight Big South title with an 8-3 record and a second-straight finish inside the nation's final Top 25 poll at No. 21. Liberty finished atop one national statistical category by leading the country in turnover margin (1.91).

The Flames return a strong stable of letterwinners and starters for the 2010 campaign, including a group who was responsible for 85 percent of Liberty's points scored during the stellar season in 2009. Included in this collection are former sophomore sensations Matt Bevins and Mike Brown.
Brown, a true athlete who played quarterback and wide receiver last year, became the first player in Big South Conference history to earn the league's Offensive Player of the Year honor as a sophomore. Bevins was the nation's No. 1 kicker as a second-year player (9.73 points per game) and a consensus first-team All-America honoree.

A perennial Top 25 program will return to the gridiron in 2010, where the Flames will be searching for an unprecedented fourth-consecutive Big South title. The conference victor this year will not only hoist a trophy at the end of the campaign, but will also receive the league's first-ever automatic bid into the expanded NCAA FCS Playoff field.

Be sure to get your shot at the best seats in a newly renovated Williams Stadium, as you watch the Flames continue to achieve national prominence and vie for the program's first-ever postseason berth.

General admission tickets start at $50 are available for purchase online by clicking here, at the Vines Center Ticket Office or by calling the ticket office at (434) 582-SEAT (7328). Take advantage of early-bird pricing by purchasing before June 15 to lock in on the same price as last year. Reserved, Premium and Club seating is also available. For information on purchasing these tickets contact the Flames Club at (434) 582-CLUB (2582).