Football match tickets available on Monday
Single tickets now on sale
SAN DIEGO – Single-game tickets for all seven San Diego State football home games in 2022 for the inaugural season at Snapdragon Stadium will go on sale Monday, Aug. 15 at 10 a.m. PT. To buy single tickets, Click here.
The Aztecs open Snapdragon Stadium against Arizona on September 3 and also have home games against Idaho State (September 10), Toledo (September 24), Hawai’i (October 8), UNLV (5 November for the rematch), San José State (November 12), and Air Force (November 26).
SDSU football season tickets are also still on sale. Many options are available and a 3D virtual seating plan Snapdragon Stadium allows fans to tour seats before booking subscriptions. Members will receive several benefits, such as priority access to on-site parking and the ability to resell or give away games they cannot attend. For subscription information or to obtain tickets, submit a Ticket Interest Formcall (619) 283-7378 or email [email protected]
San Diego State football parking is available on a seasonal basis for as low as $175 (or $25 per game).
Student tickets will once again be free and can be claimed on a first-come, first-served basis the week of each home game. You can find more information about student tickets at GoAztecs.com/StudentTickets.
SDSU (12-2) finished with a school-best 12 wins last season, one of 10 programs with at least 12 wins. Only four teams have had more wins than San Diego State, including national champion Georgia and CFP teams Alabama and Cincinnati. The Aztecs have faced five teams that have earned double-digit wins in 2021, earning victories over Pac-12 champion/Rose Bowl participant Utah (10-4), UTSA (12-2) and Air Force (10- 3).
SDSU, which played its 14 games outside its home market, including eight “home games” two hours from the Dignity Health Sports Park campus in Carson, Calif., finished the 2021 season ranked 25th in the latest Associated poll. Press Top 25. This was the third time in program history that San Diego State made the last AP Top 25 poll (also in 1977 (16th) and 2016 (25th)). The Aztecs were also ranked in every CFP poll in 2021.