Field Goal Club In North End Zone Now Available to All Williams Education Fund Members
LAWRENCE, Kan. — Kansas Athletics is excited to announce a new benefit for Williams Education Fund (WEF) members for the 2018 football season. Members of all ages may now access the Field Goal Club in the north end zone of David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium with the opportunity to purchase food, Pepsi products, beer, wine and spirits. This space will operate as a first-come, first-served social area, providing a unique view to Kivisto Field.
“We are pleased about this added fan amenity for our Williams Education Fund members,” said Athletics Director Jeff Long. “As we work to solidify our vision for David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, the fan experience and the ability to provide a variety of fan amenities will be a top priority.”
The Field Goal Club will open one and a half hours prior to kickoff, with food and beverage service ending at the conclusion of the third quarter. Each WEF account will receive two tickets per game for access to the club. Members may purchase up to four additional season passes at $10 each. Additional passes may only be purchased prior to each game day. The Field Goal Club ticket does not provide admission to the stadium.
Fans can join the Williams Education Fund for as little as $100 per year. This membership helps serve 450+ student-athletes by providing a first-class education, opportunity on and off the field and access to a network of Jayhawks across the globe. For more information visit williamsfund.com or call 800-GIVE-WEF.
KU will begin the 2018 season on September 1 vs. Nicholls State. Jayhawk great, Super Bowl Champ and three-time NFL Pro-bowler Chris Harris Jr., will enter the Ring of Honor during KU’s opener versus NSU, and the 2008 Insight Bowl team will also be celebrated.
The Jayhawks will host Big 10 Conference opponent Rutgers on Sept. 15 for Family Weekend and will also commemorate Childhood Cancer Awareness. Todd Reesing, who owns 14 school records and is one of the most decorated players in Kansas history, will have his name etched next to other Jayhawk legends in the Ring of Honor at halftime of that game.
Oklahoma State will travel to Lawrence for Homecoming and K-Club Weekend on Sat., Sept. 29. The previous evening, Fri., Sept. 28, the Jayhawks’ basketball season tips off with Late Night in the Phog.
Next up, KU will host Big 12 foe TCU on Sat., Oct. 27, for its annual Jayhawks for a Cure game. Kansas legend, four-time Super Bowl Champion and three-time NFL Pro-Bowler Larry Brown will have his name added to the Ring of Honor that day, and the 1968 Orange Bowl team will be celebrated.
Kansas will host its annual Salute to Service game on Sat., Nov. 3, as Iowa State makes its way to David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. The Jayhawks will honor 26 seniors on Friday, Nov. 23, as they host Texas at 11 a.m. With the game against UT being played on Black Friday, KU will be offering several Black Friday specials in and around the stadium.
Season tickets for the six-game home schedule are on sale for as low as $145. For additional ticket information contact the Kansas Sales Team at 800-34-HAWKS or visit KUTickets.com.
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