SAN ANTONIO – If you want to catch the University of Texas at San Antonio’s football team play in their first league title game, now’s your chance. Tickets for the Ryan Conference USA championship game are on sale now.
No. 15 UTSA will take on either Marshall or Western Kentucky for the title at the Alamodome on Friday, Dec. 3, and kickoff is slated for 6 p.m.
According to UTSA officials, fans are encouraged to pay for tickets online due to a high call volume. Tickets can be accessed via the UTSA Ticket Account Manager.
Tickets for UTSA students are free, but local philanthropist and businesses woman April Ancira is spearheading a crowdfunding initiative to cover the costs.
So far, H-E-B, Mayor Ron Nirenberg, Bill Greehey, Taco Cabana, UTSA President Taylor Eighmy and other people and businesses have donated money.
Ancira Tweeted on Wednesday morning that so far, $65,000 has been raised from donations. Click here for more information.
This just in, @SilverEagleBev is in for $3000 to purchase @UTSA student tickets to the C-USA championship game. Including offline donations San Antonio has covered $65k in tickets & expenses for students. If there is extra it will go towards the bowl game. 🔥❤️👏🏻😭 @UTSAFTBL— April Ancira (@AprilAncira) November 24, 2021
The game will also be televised nationally on the CBS Sports Network.
Before the championship game, the undefeated Roadrunners will have to take on the North Texas Mean Green on Saturday in Denton. The kickoff is 1 p.m.
UTSA is ranked No. 22 in the College Football Playoff rankings.