Football Sold Out for No. 23 JMU vs. UConn on Nov. 11

Football Sold Out for No. 23 JMU vs. UConn on Nov. 11
Football Sold Out for No. 23 JMU vs. UConn on Nov. 11

11/3/2023 4:30:00 PM

HARRISONBURG, Va. – James Madison Athletics announced a full sellout for its next home game, Saturday, November 11 vs. UConn, which is scheduled for a 2 pm kickoff airing on ESPN+.

Student and general admission tickets were claimed in less than four hours upon becoming available Monday morning. Remaining reserved ticket sales were also claimed by Friday to mark the complete sellout of the facility.

The UConn sellout marks JMU’s third in five home games in 2023 with one home contest remaining on Nov. 18 vs. App State. The game time for the App State contest will be announced by ESPN and the Sun Belt on Monday, Nov. 6. Public tickets for that game are on sale now. Student reservation begins Sunday, Nov. 5, for members of the Student Duke Club with general student body reservations occurring Monday morning at 9 am

JMU set a Bridgeforth Stadium attendance record of 26,239 in its last home game against Old Dominion. Overall, JMU is averaging 25,289 guests per game, which ranks fourth in the Sun Belt Conference and highest in program history, topping the 25,002 average in 2011, the first season after Bridgeforth Stadium expanded.

Fans wishing to buy or sell tickets for the UConn game are encouraged to visit SeatGeek, the official secondary marketplace for JMU Athletics tickets. Any returned JMU student tickets will be made available Saturday morning, Nov. 11 for student reservations.

As shared in July when single game tickets went on sale, should any late tickets become available due to visiting team returns or unused group sales, those will be made available on a few days before the game with a brief advance notice. JMU is unsure at this time if any late sales will be available for the UConn game.

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