Exciting themed game promotions are being paired with the University of Louisville football program’s challenging 2019 home schedule.

The Cardinals will host a Blackout on Labor Day Night when Notre Dame visits Cardinal Stadium for the first time in school history, with an 8:06 kickoff that will be televised on ESPN. It will be the 10thBlackout game in school history and the fourth time the Cardinals will face a ranked opponent.

Five days later, the Cardinals remain home against Eastern Kentucky for Heroes Day. Fans are encouraged to nominate military service people past and present, police, fire, EMS, other first responders, and local teachers by visiting www.gocards.com/hero

The Cardinals host Virginia on Oct. 26 for the annual Homecoming contest, and will close the regular season against Syracuse on Nov. 23 for the Senior Poster Giveaway.

Mini-game packages are available with a pair of mini-plan options starting as low as $115.

Fans can select their choice of the Black and Red ticket plans that features some of the season’s top contests, including the season opener versus Notre Dame on Sept. 2 and a visit from Clemson, the 2018 College Football Playoff National Champions.

The three-game Black Plan features the season opener on Labor Day night when Notre Dame visits Cardinal Stadium for the first time in school history and the Eastern Kentucky contest. Fans can also choose between Boston College, Virginia or Syracuse contests for their other option.

A visit from defending national champion Clemson on Oct. 19 highlights the Red Plan, and fans can chose any of the other home contests besides the season opener.

The cost-saving tickets may be purchased through “My Cardinal Account,” or by accessing the ticket information page online at GoCards.com/fbtickets. Individuals will be prompted for the appropriate information through the online process.

Single game tickets will go on sale August 13th, but group tickets are available now at (https://gocards.com/sports/2019/8/3/louisville-football-group-ticket-offers.aspx


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