Florida Tech 2015 Football Season Tickets Go On Sale
By Florida Tech // June 1, 2015
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Season tickets for the 2015 Florida Tech football season will be available for purchase starting on Monday, June 1 at 10 a.m.
They can be purchased online at FloridaTechSports.com, in person at the Clemente Center Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and by calling the FIT Ticket Office at 321-674-6228.
“We work hard to provide our fans with the excitement of college football, both on the field, in the stands and during halftime,” Athletics Director Bill Jurgens said.
“An important concern to us is the fan experience. We were pleased to receive high marks from our fans in the survey we conducted.”
The Panthers will play in front of their fans five times at Palm Bay High School’s Pirate Stadium as Newberry (9/5), Warner (9/19), West Alabama (10/10), Shorter (10/31) and West Georgia (11/7) travel to Melbourne.
With the exception of the 1 p.m. ET Homecoming Game against West Georgia, all home games will be begin at 7 p.m.
For the first time, two types of season tickets will be offered. Premium season tickets will once again be available in the east stands between the 30-yard lines. All seats in this section only are reserved.
New for 2015 are general admission season tickets in Sections 1 and 2 in the east stands and Sections 9 and 10 in the west stands. All seating in these sections is open seating.
The premium season ticket prices for the 2015 season are $70 for adults and $45 for FIT employees with ID, seniors ages 65 and above, and children ages 5-16.
For FIT employees, there is a maximum of two adult season tickets per order at the discounted rate of $45.
General admission season tickets are $50 for adults and $30 for seniors, children and FIT employees. Children age four and under will be granted admission free of charge.
“It’s gratifying to see the pride our fans have for FIT Football and the never die spirit of our student-athletes and coaching staff,” Jurgens added.
“We are proud of the football program and its rapid development into a Gulf South Conference contender.”