With the centennial celebration of Neyland Stadium and the official start of the Josh Heupel era quickly approaching, single-game tickets for the 2021 Tennessee football season are on sale now at AllVols.com.
In addition, mini-plans and season tickets remain on sale. Fans can customize their mini-plan by selecting any four games in a variety of sections for one price.
The Vols open the 2021 campaign and the Heupel era against Bowling Green in a special Thursday, Sept. 2 kickoff at 8 p.m. ET in Neyland Stadium. The eight-game home slate includes visits from Pittsburgh (Sept. 11), Tennessee Tech (Sept. 18), South Carolina (Oct. 9), Ole Miss (Oct. 16), Georgia (Nov. 13), South Alabama (Nov. 20) and Vanderbilt (Nov. 27).
The Pitt and Tennessee Tech contests will feature noon ET start times. The remaining game times will be unveiled during the season as part of the SEC’s television selection process.
Tennessee’s Nov. 13 matchup against Georgia will also serve as Homecoming, while the Nov. 20 contest versus South Alabama will be Salute to Service Day.
Additional home game promotions will be announced in the coming weeks.
Season tickets are on sale for as low as $300 with the Vol Pass and payment plan options offered. Fans can experience the Neyland Stadium 3D map to select tickets based on preference. Fans with questions related to seats, views and options can utilize the live “CHAT” feature on AllVols.com.
The ninth-oldest stadium in the FBS, Neyland Stadium first opened as Shield-Watkins Field in 1921. Fans can join in the 100-year celebration by sharing their memories of one of college football’s grandest cathedrals at Neyland100.com.