NEW YORK—Single game tickets are now on sale for Columbia’s entire 2017 football season, the University Athletics Ticket Office announced on Tuesday. Tickets can be purchased for as low as $10 for general admission, $15 for reserved seats, $25 for premium chairback seats for five home games. Season tickets and single game tickets can be purchased at this link, by visiting www.gocolumbialions.com/tickets or by calling 888-LIONS-11.
Columbia’s season opener against Wagner on Sept. 16 has been designated Northern Manhattan Neighbors Appreciation Day. As part of the promotion, community residents of Inwood and Washington Heights are invited to attend this game as special guests and may pick up complimentary tickets by presenting proof of residence on game day. The opener will also see the continuation of Roar-ee’s Fan Zone, a carnival atmosphere which includes interactive games and fun for fans of all ages. Roar-ee’s Fan Zone will be located adjacent to Robert K. Kraft Field on the baseball diamond’s outfield.
Columbia’s second game against Georgetown (Sept. 23) is Family Day and CU’s Lou Little Cup game. As part of the Family Day promotion, Football 4 Packs are available which includes four tickets and a concessions voucher for $30 (General Admission only).
Other home games include Homecoming Weekend 2017 against Penn on Saturday, Oct. 14, versus Harvard on Saturday, Nov. 4 and Columbia Football Players Club Senior Day vs. Brown on Saturday, Nov. 18. Click here to view the 2017 Columbia Football Promotional schedule.
In a preseason scrimmage, Columbia defeated Montclair State 26-10 on Friday, Sept. 1.
The Lions return 13 starters (seven on offense and six on defense) and 61 letterwinners to a youthful and talented team that finished 3-7 overall and tied for a sixth place finish in the Ivy League with a 2-5 record. The 2016 Lions concluded their season with a victory at Brown, while five of their seven losses were decided by 10 or fewer points. Three All-Ivy League picks return in sophomore placekicker Oren Milstein, senior defensive back Cameron Roane and senior defensive lineman Lord Hyeamang. Additionally, Columbia will return players who accounted for 88 percent (162 of 185) of its points scored, 82 percent (1,651 of 2,014) of its passing yards, 51 percent (1,037 of 2,014) of its receiving yards, 60 percent (3 of 5) of its starters on the offensive line and 49 percent (333 of 680) of its tackles in 2016.
Now is also the time to lock in your season tickets! Starting at just $45, Columbia Football season tickets are one of the most affordable, fan-friendly entertainment options in New York City. Purchase yours today at gocolumbialions.com/tickets or call 888-LIONS-11. The 2017-18 True Blue ticket package is also on sale now. Designed for our most loyal fans, the package includes a season ticket to Columbia football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball at a discounted rate. The True Blue package is your gateway to all of the great football and basketball action plus our interactive in-game fan experiences and enhanced game day atmosphere.