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July 8, 2016

Men’s Soccer Schedule | Women’s Soccer Schedule | Season Tickets

COLUMBIA, S.C. ââ’¬” For the third-straight year, the South Carolina men’s and women’s soccer programs have teamed up to offer the best season ticket deal for Gamecock fans. Tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for youth 17 and under, and purchasers will receive a Gamecock Soccer vuvuzela along with their season pass to all 21 home matches. Fans interested in season tickets can purchase them online at or call 800-472-3267.

Those not able to attend home matches can still contribute to both programs by donating season tickets. Your donated season tickets will be given to local charitable organizations to allow others to experience Gamecock traditions and game day atmosphere. Donating season tickets can be done online ( by selecting the number of tickets you would like to donate on the order form. Donators who are interested in receiving a vuvuzela or have any questions about donating tickets can call the South Carolina Ticket Office at 803-777-4274.

Both teams take on challenging 2016 slates that include home matches against some of the best of NCAA Division I soccer. The Gamecock men host the top-two seeds from last season’s NCAA Tournament, No. 1 Wake Forest (Oct. 18) and No. 2 Clemson (Aug. 26), while the women welcome 2015 SEC Tournament champs Florida (Oct. 16) to Columbia as well as Ole Miss (Oct. 27), one of six SEC schools to qualify for the NCAA Tournament last year.

Women’s soccer will also host Clemson (Sept. 2) early in the season, facing the Tigers one week after the men open their season against the in-state rival to kick off the 2016-17 Certified SC Palmetto Series. In total, four women’s teams and three men’s squads that qualified for NCAA postseason play in 2015 will face the Gamecocks at Stone Stadium this fall.

South Carolina boasts one of the best atmospheres in college soccer, as both programs have ranked in the top 10 in average attendance the last two seasons. The men’s soccer program sported the fifth-best average attendance mark in 2014, while the women’s team has finished third nationally in each of the previous two years.

The Gamecock men made their 21st NCAA Tournament appearance in 2015 and finished the season unbeaten (8-0-2) at home for the second time in the 37-year history. The women reached the NCAA postseason for the eighth time in the last nine years, tallying double-digit wins for the third-straight season.