Cincinnati Football Season tickets are sold out

Zach StipeZach Stipe

Associate AD/Communications

CINCINNATI – The University of Cincinnati Athletics Department has officially sold out season tickets for the 2022 football season, selling more than 23,500 to set a new school record.

It’s the first time in history that UC season tickets have sold out.

Last season, UC set a record with just over 22,000 season tickets sold.

After the best season in school history, which included a 13-0 regular season and an appearance in the college football playoffs, demand for tickets from the Bearcats fan base comes as no surprise.

Fans will still be able to purchase single-game tickets to all six Bearcats home games. Tickets start at just $25, excluding the Indiana game, and are available for purchase HERE.

“We’re thrilled that our fans continue to prove that Nippert Stadium is the toughest place in college football,” said the assistant athletic director Anthony diFino said. “Their dedication to the Bearcats and their ability to sell out our stadium shows that this is a special place. What a great story to tell when most venues and programs across the country are backward trending in their quest for sell outs. We applaud ticket holders each season for their dedication to the program!

“We welcome fans who are unable to purchase season tickets this year to apply to attend waiting listand most importantly, donate to our Day-One-Ready campaign to ensure they are part of the process should places become available.”


Student tickets are sold out, with the exception of 1,000 being held back for incoming first-year students/for transfer students. These students have a limited time starting July 26 to request tickets. There will also be a limited number of student tickets available from game to game during the week of each game.


Fans who do not own 2022 season tickets are encouraged to sign up for them waiting list for season tickets 2023 now.


Cincinnati will officially join the Big 12 on July 1, 2023. The Bearcats are entering a new era as a Power Five school, and with joining the Big 12, every competitive edge counts for UC’s 450+ student-athletes.

As an integral part of the university Next, now campaignUC Athletics’ Day One Ready campaign is a 100 million dollars Fundraising initiative focused on achieving Next Level Success in the new conference. With fan support for signature facilities, student and athlete wellness, and championship readiness, the Bearcats will not only be primed to compete in the Big 12 on their first official day.

They will be ready to bring championships home to Cincinnati.

Donate to the Day One Ready campaign here.

The University of Cincinnati Athletics Department competes at the highest level of intercollegiate athletics with a vision to achieve it Next level success for all 18 varsity teams and more than 500 student-athletes. The Bearcats have a proud track and field history, winning eight national championships and 117 conference titles. The Cincinnati men’s basketball team is among the top 15 programs of all time, while the 2021 football team became the first American Athletic Conference program to make the college football playoffs. Volleyball player Jordan Thompson, Olympic gold medalist, NBA Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson and Major League Baseball legend Sandy Koufax are among the several luminaries to compete as the Bearcats.

UC student-athletes collectively achieved an overall GPA of 3,369 in Spring 2021, with 77 percent earning honors rolls, while five student-athletes received awards from CoSIDA Academic All-America.

Led by Athletics Director John Cunningham and supported by more than 150 full-time staff, UC Athletics’ mission is associate our community, extend our university and A hit the lives of student athletes preparing to change the world on and off the court.

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