ORLANDO, Fla. (FNN SPORTS) – Source: UCF Athletics // For the second time in three seasons, UCF has sold its entire allotment of football season tickets. The Knights also sold out their season-ticket allotment in 2019.
Minimal 2021 inventory remains based on limited single-game tickets, also partially based game to game on visiting team allotment returns.
Some single-game tickets remain on sale for the UCF opener at 7 p.m. tonight against Boise State at the Bounce House (https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/22005AE9719DA191?brand=ucf&landing=s).
There also is a five-game ticket plan available beginning today (does not include USF game) starting at $110.
UCF’s eight home contests in 2018 averaged 44,018 spectators each in a facility that officially seats 44,206. That 44,018 figure tied the single-season average high from the inaugural 2007 campaign at Bright House Networks Stadium. The Knights followed that up in 2019 with a 43,788 per-game average over six home dates.
Since it opened in 2007 the Knights’ home stadium has added a premium chair-back seating and club area, the Carl Black and Gold Cabana, on the east side of the field and a similar Stadium Club on the west side, also including chair-back seats and premium amenities. The Carl Black and Gold Cabana area expanded in 2019 with the addition of approximately 900 more gold chair-back seats. Other major premium additions were field cabanas in the south end zone in 2017 and then in the north end zone in 2018—and loge cabanas on the south side in 2018 and north side for the 2019 season.
UCF is 66-22 (.750) over 14 previous seasons playing home games in the Bounce House.