NORMAN — Single-game tickets and mini-plan packages for the 2017 Oklahoma soccer season will go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. CT Wednesday. Fans can order online through SoonerSports.com or over the phone at (405) 325-2424 or toll-free at 800-456-GoOU.
Tickets cost $10 per game for the public and $8 for youth (ages 6-18) and senior citizens (ages 55 and up). Groups of 10 or more people can purchase tickets at a cost of $5 per person by calling the OU Athletics ticket office.
Additionally, fans can build a mini-plan by choosing up to three games for just $21.
The Sooners will host eight regular season matches at John Crain Field, starting when they welcome Arizona to Norman on Aug. 18. OU will face in-state foes Oklahoma State and Tulsa at home on Aug. 25 and 27, respectively, and Illinois (Sept. 10) in home non-conference contests.
OU's home schedule also includes Big 12 matchups against Baylor (Sept. 29), Texas (Oct. 1), Kansas (Oct. 20) and Kansas State (Oct. 22). The Wildcats competed as an independent team in their inaugural season and will join the Big 12 for the 2017 season.
The Sooners will also host BYU in an exhibition contest on Aug. 11, and admission to that match will be free.
Season tickets are also available for purchase. The eight-match season ticket package is $50 for adult general admission. Faculty and staff, letterwinners, youth and senior citizens can pick up season tickets for a discounted rate of $40. All seating is general admission.
In 2017, head coach Matt Potter will enter his sixth season at the helm of the OU program. His Sooners are coming off a record-setting 2016 season in which they picked up their first-ever win in NCAA play with a 1-0 victory over SMU in the first round of the tournament. The victory represented its 14th of the season, the most in school history. In 2017, the Sooners will return 17 players from that squad while adding a talented seven-member signing class.