COLUMBIA, S.C. -- For the fourth-straight year, South Carolina men’s and women’s soccer have teamed up to offer the best season ticket deal for Gamecock fans. Tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for youth 17 and under, and with the season pass fans receive admission to all 19 men’s and women’s home matches.
Season tickets can be purchased online by clicking here or by calling 800-472-3267.
To build off the recent success of Carolina soccer, the two teams are excited to announce that all season ticket purchasers will receive a limited-edition Gamecock Soccer scarf. Fans are encouraged to bring them to every home match this fall as the Gamecocks look to build on their unique culture and fan support.
Those not able to attend home matches can still contribute to both programs by donating season tickets. Your donated season tickets will be given to local charitable organizations to allow others to experience Gamecock traditions and game day atmosphere. Donating season tickets can be done online by selecting the number of tickets you would like to donate on the order form. Donators who are interested in receiving a scarf or have any questions about donating tickets can call the South Carolina Ticket Office at 803-777-4274.
Both teams take on challenging 2017 slates that include home matches against some of the best in NCAA Division I soccer. The Gamecock men host four teams that qualified for the NCAA postseason last season, while the women welcome 2016 NCAA Tournament participant Florida Gulf Coast (Aug. 20). Tennessee (Sept. 24), one of seven SEC schools to notch double-digit wins this past fall, marks the notable women’s conference foe to visit Stone Stadium in 2017.
South Carolina boasts one of the best atmospheres in college soccer, as both programs have ranked in the top-10 in average regular season attendance the last three seasons.
The Gamecock men made their 22nd NCAA Tournament appearance in 2016, advancing to the Round of 32 for the second-straight season. The South Carolina women made history last fall, tallying a single-season program record 21 wins after reaching the NCAA Elite Eight for the second time in three years.