When is Penn State’s 2022 blue-white spring football game?

Penn State will host the 2022 Blue-White Game on April 23 at Beaver Stadium. Kick-off is set for 2 p.m. Big Ten Network will broadcast on television.

The Blue-White Game, which concludes Penn State’s spring training, returns for the first time since 2019. The Nittany Lions did not conduct spring training in 2020 due to COVID-19. The program held limited-capacity practices at Beaver Stadium in 2021, but did not hold a full public scrimmage in the spring.

Penn State’s Blue-White Game is among college football’s busiest spring football showcases. Penn State reported that approximately 61,000 fans attended the 2019 game. The schedule says scrimmage attendance topped 70,000 in four of the last six games held.

How much does it cost to attend the Blue-White Game?

Admission is free for the Blue-White Game. Parking passes will be on sale for $20 pre-game and on game day. Penn State said in a statement that mobile parking passes will be sent to pass holders who renew or make a deposit by Feb. 18.

Penn State will begin spring exercises in March. The Match Bleu-Blanc represents the last of the team’s 15 spring training sessions.

Penn State opens the 2022 season Thursday, Sept. 1 at Purdue. Here is Penn State’s 2022 football schedule.

2022 Pennsylvania State Football Schedule

  • September 1: at Purdue
  • September 10: OHIO
  • September 17: in Auburn
  • September 24: CENTRAL MICHIGAN
  • Oct. 1: NORTHWEST
  • October 15: Michigan
  • October 22: MINNESOTA
  • October 29: OHIO STATE
  • November 5: in Indiana
  • November 12: MARYLAND
  • November 19: at Rutgers
  • November 26: MICHIGAN STATE

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