County Days Set for Ball State Football Home Games
The best value in college football has just gotten better for residents of 16 counties in relatively close proximity of Ball State University.
This fall, Ball State Athletics will host a series of County Days at Ball State football games where counties in and near to East Central Indiana will be recognized at Scheumann Stadium.
Residents of counties within a short drive of Muncie will be eligible to attend a Cardinals home football game at a special rate. For the exclusive County Day at a Ball State football game, residents of the specific county can purchase a general admission ticket for $10 (normally $17) or a reserved-seat ticket $17 (normally $27). County Day ticket prices are only available in advance of the game and will not be honored at the Scheumann Stadium ticket window on game day.
Ball State Athletics has been working with area Chambers of Commerce and other civic leaders in these counties. Each county will have the ability to be recognized at the game and distribute information to fans in the main concourse of Scheumann Stadium before and during the game.
This year’s schedule and dates of County Days at Ball State Football Games:
Saturday, Aug. 30 vs. Colgate – 2 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 13 vs. Indiana State – 3 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 11 vs. Western Michigan – 3 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 25 vs. Akron – Time To Be Determined
Wednesday, Nov. 5 vs. Northern Illinois – 8 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 22 vs. Eastern Michigan – Time To Be Determined
County Day tickets can be purchased through the Ball State Athletics Ticket Office in person at Worthen Arena or by calling 888-BSU-TICKET.
The Cardinals play six games at Scheumann Stadium in 2014, including five on Saturdays. Ball State – the only team in the nation to increase its win total in each of the last four seasons – kicks off the 2014 campaign at 2 p.m. Aug. 30 versus Colgate. Season tickets are now on sale and prices begin at less than $8 per game. Ball State football offers the most affordable general admission season ticket of any school in the Mid-American Conference that posted a winning record in 2013. Three-game multi-pack plans and single-game ticket sales begin Friday, Aug. 1.
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