Sold out: Single tickets for first game at new stadium are gone

Single-game tickets for CSU’s inaugural game at the new on-campus stadium are sold out.

Single tickets for the inaugural game at CSU’s new stadium are sold out, but fans can still buy seats for the historic game via season-ticket and mini-plans.

Fans can still purchase tickets for the Aug. 26 opener vs. Oregon State season-ticket or three-game mini-plan ticket packages. Beginning July 26, all fans will be able to purchase single-game and group tickets to any of the remaining five home games at the Rams’ new home.

Make it a package

Season tickets, three-game mini-plans and tickets to the Sept. 1 Rocky Mountain Showdown against Colorado in Denver remain on sale. Fans may purchase tickets online at, by phone at 800-491-RAMS (7267) or by visiting either the McGraw Athletic Center Ticket Office or the Ram Zone retail store in Old Town Fort Collins.

Season tickets for CSU football include all six home games and the Rocky Mountain Showdown, and begin as low as $225. Three-game mini-plans can be purchased for as low as $94 depending on the games chosen for a particular plan. Packages that include the stadium grand-opening game vs. Oregon State Aug. 26 or the Rocky Mountain Showdown will be priced higher based on the single-game pricing for those contests.

See the stadium on Aug. 5

Fans will have their first chance to experience the new stadium on Saturday, Aug. 5, when CSU hosts a Community Open House and football scrimmage. Season tickets holders will have the opportunity to pick up their tickets and visit their seats for the first time. Much more information on the Aug. 5 open house and game days for the 2017 football season can be found at