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2015 Commonwealth Stadium seating diagram as of August 22, 2014. Click to enlarge,

What’s Next for Current Season Ticket Holders?

All 2014 season ticket holders completed the reseating process during October and November by selecting their new seats for the 2015 season. Stay up to date on what’s next for current season ticket holders by visiting this page. Thank you for working with us to make the process successful!

Become a New Ticket Holder for 2015 Today!

Starting Monday, December 15, fans may purchase new season tickets for 2015, the first played in The New CWS. For the first time, fans can view current seating availability and select their own seats using the interactive Virtual Venue, a tool that provides 360-degree views from every section, and enables fans to compare sightlines, benefits, and amenities. Various payment plans are available with your purchase. For more ticket information, please call (800) 928-2287.

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The New Commonwealth Stadium will seat approximately 61,000, creating an intimate game-day atmosphere and the best possible home-field advantage for Kentucky football.

Inside and out, Commonwealth Stadium will be completely transformed through the $120-million renovation. As reflected in the map above, section and seat numbers throughout The New CWS will also change.

All season tickets are priced at $320 each in addition to the corresponding Annual K Fund Donation per seat. We have worked hard to provide a variety of affordable ticketing options by making approximately 25,000 season tickets in The New CWS available at the $100 Annual K Fund Donation Level or lower. UK will play eight home games in 2015, beginning with the season opener vs. Louisiana-Lafayette on Sept. 5, 2015.

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Premium Seatingcurrently sold out

$525 Annual Donation Level – currently sold out

Located at midfield on both the North and South sidelines, these sections offer prime views and comfortable chair-back seating with arm rests and ample leg room.

$450 Annual Donation Level – currently sold out

For the first time, the entire $450 Annual Donation Level area will feature bench-back seating. Bench-backs will be added in these areas as part of the renovation to provide comparable seating options on both sides of the field. The majority of seats in this area will be located along the North sideline, with two sections along the South sideline adjacent to new club seating. Seating at the front of the South upper level (rows 2-7) will continue to feature chair-back seats.

$300 Annual Donation Level

The entire $300 Annual Donation Level – located along both the North and South sideline – will also feature bench-back seats. Bench-backs will be added in these areas as part of the renovation to provide comparable seating options on both sides of the field. Seating at the front of the south upper level (rows 2-7) will continue to feature chair-back seats.

$225 Annual Donation Level

This seating area is located in two sections of the North sideline lower level and five sections in the South sideline upper level. Seating in the south upper level (rows 8-17) will continue to feature bench-back seats.

$100 Annual Donation Level

Even with its reduced capacity, The New CWS features the same amount of season tickets available at the $100 Annual Donation Level. New areas in the stadium will be offered at the $100 Annual Donation Level, including lower level and upper level seats along the North sideline. Seating in north upper level (rows 2-8) will feature bench-back seats.

Public Seating

Season tickets that do not require an annual donation will be available in the upper level of both the North and South sidelines.

Students

The new student section will be situated around the tunnel through which the Wildcats will take the field, creating an intimidating environment. In addition, all student seating will now be located in the lower level.

Visitors

Visitor seating in the lower level will be reduced, with many seats moving to the rear areas of sections in the North upper level.