Tickets are now on sale for the Yankee Stadium showdown between 2018 Ivy League champion Princeton and Ivy runner-up Dartmouth, a Nov. 9 game that promises to be one of the highlight events of the celebratory 150th season of college football.
You can assure your opportunity to be part of this historic day by ordering tickets here
or by calling 609-258-4TIX. As the away team, Princeton's ticket allotment is located on the third base side of the stadium.
There will be three tiers of ticket prices for the game, which you can see here:
Delta*: $86.00 (plus a $3.00 fee)
Field Level – $86.00 (plus a $3.00 fee)
Field/Main Level – $56.00 (plus a $3.00 fee)
End Zone/Bleachers – $39.00 (plus a $3.00 fee)
*Includes access to the Delta SKY360° Suite, a heated premium lounge with a variety of concessions for purchase, cash bar and private restrooms.
A limited number of luxury suites may become available for purchase. If you are interested in the opportunity to reserve a suite, please fill out the suite survey here
. A member of the Department of Athletics will reach out in early Summer 2019 to confirm if there are suites available for purchase.
There is a main information page
that serves as a complete resource of information for the game (stadium maps, suite information, gameday FAQs, etc), and it will be updated throughout the year as we move closer to this historic event.
Student section tickets, open to the classes of 2019-2023, will go on sale on April 15, 2019; more information will be made available to Princeton students in the coming months. Members of the Princeton Football Association, Princeton Varsity Club and football season ticket holders were provided advanced access to Yankee Stadium game tickets earlier this week.
Princeton, one of three Division I programs (joining Clemson and North Dakota State) to post a perfect record in 2018, ended its season ranked 9th in both major FCS polls, the highest an Ivy League program has finished since 1986. Dartmouth was also a Top 20 team in both polls, and their classic showdown last November — a 14-9 Princeton win — was the first time two undefeated Ivy League teams met in a November showdown since 2001.
Both teams return several key players next season, so the implications for this historic 2019 matchup — which will be played 150 years and three days after Princeton played in the first ever college football game — could be enormous once again.
You won't want to miss it. And you can make sure you don't by ordering your tickets today.