STANFORD, Calif. – The Stanford football team will play in front of another capacity crowd as tickets for Saturday’s top-25 showdown against Arizona State have sold out.
The fifth-ranked Cardinal takes on 23rd-ranked ASU at 4:05 p.m. For those unable to attend in-person, the game will be broadcast nationally on FOX.
With Saturday’s sellout, there are few remaining chances to see Stanford in-person this season as the interest surrounding the Cardinal has reached an all-time high. Tickets for Oregon, UCLA and Notre Dame previously sold out and only limited quantities remain for the Washington (Oct. 5) and Cal (Nov. 23) games.
While inventory for the Washington game remains thin, opportunities for Stanford Stadium’s new Field Box still remain. The new viewing area is the only one of its kind in college football where fans are on field level. Interested parties should contact the group sales office at (650) 724-9293 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first college venue to offer free wifi three years ago, offerings have evolved this year with two new HD video boards coupled with the country’s first 360-degree ribbon board with integrated social networking among fans.
Additionally, Stanford offers mobile ticket delivery - the ability to deliver tickets to a mobile device and the ability to present that mobile device for entry at an event. The mobile delivery feature can be used to send tickets as PDF files that are formatted for viewing on a smart phone or Apple Passbook files that can be stored as tickets on select Apple devices. Tickets delivered via Mobile Delivery include a 2D barcode that can be scanned for entry at an event.
Fans are encouraged to revisit GoStanford.com for tickets to its three remaining games with available tickets.