Tickets on sale for 2013 season

BYU fans have consistently packed South Field and the Cougars are ready for another stellar season of quality competition. (Photo by Jaren Wilkey/BYU)

The BYU women's soccer team will host 12 games at South Field this season, including an exhibition against the Haiti women's national team on August 16.

Reserved season tickets can be purchased for $50 from the BYU Ticket Office. Single game tickets start at $5 for general admission and $7 for reserved seating. All chairback sections will be reserved seating this year and 500 season tickets have already been sold so far for the upcoming season. Students with a ROC pass (formerly the All-Sport Pass and standing for Roar of Cougars) will have access to any of the general admission areas. General admission seats will include the edges of the grandstand or in the bleachers on the east end of South Field, as well as standing room only areas. Olympic sport punch cards will also allow fans into the game in the general admission areas.

Single game family tickets are $15, youth groups and ward tickets for single games are $20 for the group and tickets for soccer teams with a roster and a limit of three coaches are also $20 for a single game.

Last year, BYU fans were the largest group of fans in the nation to attend games and the second largest average attendance in the NCAA. South Field held 48,858 fans in 2012 and set a single game attendance record Sep. 6 against Penn State.

"We are grateful to have so many dedicated fans come to our games," BYU head coach Jennifer Rockwood said. "South Field is the best atmosphere in all of college soccer and we hope to again lead the country in attendance this year."

In addition to the exhibition against Haiti, the home opener is Aug. 23 against Cal State Fullerton. The Deseret First Duel rivalry game against Utah will be played at South Field on Sep. 6. BYU will face Big Ten opponent Nebraska and Big-12 opponent Oklahoma at home this season. Big West opponent UC Irvine will also travel to Provo. One of last year's Sweet 16 teams, Denver, will travel to South Field to take on the Cougars on Sep. 26.. 

When conference play begins in October, BYU will host Pepperdine and Loyola Marymount. In November, San Diego and WCC newcomer Pacific will visit South Field before Saint Mary's travels to Provo on Senior Day.

The Blue/White Scrimmage will be held Aug. 13 at 7 p.m. on South Field. Check out the Cougars full schedule here.