Championship Team Match Dates, Tickets & More

The University of Texas at San Antonio traveled to Frisco for its third bowl appearance in team history.

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After a winning 2021 season that crowned them Conference-USA champions, the UTSA Roadrunners are gearing up to return to the field this fall. While fans will have to wait a while before they can watch a game at the Alamodome, they will soon be able to reserve their seats at the stadium. Memberships for the team’s 2022-23 season will go on sale Monday, Feb. 21 at 10 a.m., according to UTSA today.

Currently, the record-breaking Roadrunners under coach Jeff Traylor are scheduled to host six home games this fall, according to the Conference USA schedule released Tuesday. The team’s 12th season will begin on Saturday, Sept. 3, when it hosts Houston at the Alamodome.

To purchase tickets, those who support Orange and Blue can call or text 210-458-UTSA (8872) or book in line.

Prices vary by package, but season passes start at $90 per seat. Subscription packages claim a series of benefits including preferred parking options, best seats at the best price, interest-free payment plans, account manager and the ability to redeem unused tickets for future games . Payment plans are also available.

Subscribers from the previous season will have until Friday, April 22 to renew their places.

C-USA is embroiled in a dispute over outgoing teams, Illustrated sports reports. UTSA has committed to play in the conference through 2023 before moving to the American Athletic Conference, but Old Dominion University, Southern Miss and Marshall plan to leave for the Sun Belt this season. Despite the universities’ plans, C-USA has listed the programs under the 2022-2023 schedule. It’s unclear how the issue will affect the Roadrunners, who are due to play Southern Miss on October 29 on the road.

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