The 2014 Lafayette football schedule will include four games at Fisher Stadium while Lafayette will also host the 150th meeting of college football’s most-played rivalry Nov. 22 at Yankee Stadium.
Season ticket packages will go on sale Nov. 1 on goleopards.com or through the Lafayette ticket office (610-330-5471, email@example.com). Season ticket prices remain the same as in 2013: $52 for adults, $36 for seniors, and $24 for youth. Coke Zone tickets will cost $160 per person. Single-game parking passes will be available for sale next summer.
Season ticket holders can purchase Lafayette-Lehigh tickets in prime seating locations for the 150th meeting in Yankee Stadium through a promotional code supplied to them before the tickets go on sale to the general public.
Lafayette will open the season on the road for the third time in four seasons, traveling to Sacred Heart in Fairfield, Conn., Sept. 6. The Leopards home opener will be against Robert Morris Sept. 13 as part of Family Weekend. October marks the opening of Patriot League play and Lafayette will have perhaps its toughest challenge against a Fordham squad that will have a full complement of scholarship athletes. October ends with Homecoming Weekend against Holy Cross Oct. 25.
The 2014 regular season closes with the 150th Lafayette-Lehigh game. Student ticket prices start at $35 for end zone/200 level seating. Most seating in the 200 level will cost $50 while seats at the field level will cost $75. Other seating options are available through the Lafayette ticket office. Tickets purchased through the majority of Lafayette’s allotment will be on the first base side of the stadium. For more information on transportation, tailgating, and other events surrounding the 150th meeting, visit Rivalry150.com in November.
150th Lafayette-Lehigh ticket timeline
Nov. 1: Season tickets go on sale. Purchasing a season ticket provides the customer a promotional code to purchase 150th game tickets earlier than the general public.
Nov. 18: Tickets go on sale to Lafayette alumni, staff, and faculty.
Nov. 26: Tickets go on sale to the general public without a promotional code.
Apr. 2: Lafayette student section tickets go on sale.
May 1: Deadline to purchase through Lafayette and receive a commemorative ticket.
Sept. 1: Tentative deadline to purchase through Lafayette. Afterward, all sales will be handled through Yankees.com.