Only a limited number of tickets are available in the chair-back seats, which sold out during the Eagles’ first season. Chair-back seats are available for $75 for the season.
General-admission tickets, set at $40 for the season, allow fans to sit on the bleachers at Ken White field, as well as several grass and concrete areas around the field.
Tickets for individual games are also on sale for $10 per game, if the transaction is completed online. Single-game tickets will be available for pick-up at will call prior to kickoff. Those who elect to purchase tickets at the gate will be charged $15 for general admission, and no chair-back seats will be available for single-game purchase.
Ticket prices for season and single-game tickets did not increase from last season.
Reinhardt athletic director Bill Popp said another exciting season can be expected.
“We had great support from our fans last season, and we’re looking forward to another exciting season in the gridiron this year,” Popp said in a release. “All four teams that we are hosting this year, we defeated on the road last year, so they will all be coming looking to get some revenge against us. These should be some great games that we’ll be hosting.”
Last year, Reinhardt averaged just over 1,500 fans per game — impressive for a college with an enrollment of only 1,200.
As was the case last season, students, faculty and staff will receive one free ticket per game with their EagleCard IDs. Those tickets will be distributed for each home game the Monday prior to that Saturday’s kickoff.
Reinhardt is looking to build on an inaugural season that saw the team win six games and the Mid-South Conference’s West Division title.
The Eagles will host four games this season, including the Sept. 13 home opener against Kentucky Christian. The following week, Reinhardt will host Faulkner, while homecoming will be held Oct. 4 against Union and the home schedule will close with Campbellsville on Nov. 15.
Each home game will kick off at noon.