Season tickets for the 2017 Kentucky soccer season are now on sale, the UK Ticket Office announced on Thursday. Season tickets can be purchased online at, or by calling the UK Ticket Office at 800.928.2287.

To pay homage to soccer culture, Cats fans will once again receive an exclusive Kentucky Soccer 2017 scarf with the purchase of each season ticket.

The season tickets grant members of Big Blue Nation admission to all UK men’s and women’s soccer matches.

New for 2017, paper tickets will also be mailed to all season ticket holders and should be scanned at the Bell Soccer Complex entrance for admission.

Each season ticket, which will get fans into all 20 home fixtures — for both the men’s and women’s teams — scheduled at the Bell Soccer Complex in 2017, will go for $30. All tickets are general admission, with seating coming first-come, first-served on gamedays.

Season ticket holders will receive priority access to NCAA Tournament tickets should Lexington be selected as a host site, five (5) K Fund priority points, complimentary ticket offers to select UK Athletics events, and a complimentary season ticket scarf with the purchase of each season ticket.

The 2017 home slate of matches kicks off Thursday, Aug. 24 at 7:30 p.m. ET as first-year head coach Ian Carry leads the women’s team against in-state rival Eastern Kentucky. Johan Cedergren, entering his sixth year leading the UK men’s team, opens its season the next day against Marquette on Friday, Aug. 25 at 7:30 p.m. ET.

Regular, full-time employees at the University of Kentucky are able to receive free admission in the general admission seating areas to all regular season home-matches, based on availability. To take advantage of this employee benefit, show your UK Employee ID at the main entrance on match day. No advance verification or purchase is required. Due to this, UK Faculty & Staff discounts are not offered on season tickets.

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For more information contact:
Chris Shoals