Season tickets available for UTPB football

UTPB football season tickets available for $50, first game is Sept. 2

Season tickets are available for the University of Texas Permian Basin (UTPB), which will play its first game against Texas College at Astound Broadband Stadium in Midland on Saturday, Sept. 2.

UTPB Football enters the 2023 season with new Head Coach Kris McCullough, and is coming off its third consecutive five-win season.

This year, UTPB is offering mobile ticketing which allows Falcon fans to access their tickets through the HomeTown Fan app (download from the App Store and Google Play), enabling them to skip the line and purchase tickets in advance.

General admission season tickets are $50 and include all six UTPB home games, which take place at Astound Broadband Stadium in Midland and Ratliff Stadium in Odessa.  All Permian Basin students get into UTPB football games for free by presenting their student ID at the gate. University employees receive a 50 percent discount on season tickets.

Falcons fans can also reserve a season spot for tailgating at Freddyville for $50. That allows you to park, grill and play lawn games in Freddyville before game time.

Standard gameday parking is also available on a first come, first served basis.

Tickets can be purchased directly through the UTPB Athletics website or via the HomeTown Fan app. For more information or for help with tickets, contact Quintin Zinger at 432-582-4638 or

2023 Football Schedule (home games in bold):

Sept. 2, Texas College, Astound Broadband Stadium

Sept. 9, Away, Western Colorado, Gunnison, CO

Sept. 16, Away, Southwest Baptist, Bolivar, MO

Sept. 23, Home, West Texas A&M, Ratliff Stadium

Sept. 30, Home, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Ratliff Stadium

Oct. 7, Away, Midwestern State, Wichita Falls

Oct. 14, Home, Eastern New Mexico, Astound Broadband Stadium

Oct. 21, Away, Angelo State, San Angelo

Oct. 28, Home, Western Oregon, Astound Broadband Stadium

Nov. 4, Away, Western New Mexico, Silver City

Nov. 11, Home, Central Washington, Astound Broadband Stadium