Aquafina Family Section Makes Nippert Stadium Debut In 2017
June 28, 2017

CINCINNATI – The University of Cincinnati department of athletics will feature a family-friendly ticket option for football games in 2017 with the debut of the Aquafina Family Section in section 202 of Nippert Stadium.

The new alcohol-free family section offers close proximity to concessions and restrooms on the top level of Victory Plaza and easy seat access from gate 2.

Season tickets in the Aquafina Family Section are $99 for adults and $75 for children (ages 4-high school). Orders must consist of at least one adult and one child ticket and limited to six tickets per account, two adults and four child tickets.

Under the direction of Head Coach Luke Fickell, the excitement level for the Bearcats 2017 season grows by the day. The Bearcats return 12 starters including defensive tackle and Second-Team All-American Athletic Conference selection Cortez Broughton along with offensive weapons Mike Boone, Tyler Cogswell, Devin Gray and Kahlil Lewis.

To purchase tickets, visit or call 1-877-CATS-TIX.

Additional season-ticket holder benefits include an exclusive gift, season-ticket holder only events, access to the same seat location for all six games at Nippert Stadium, merchandise discounts at the UC Bookstore and the chance to place a $50 deposit for tickets to the Bearcats game at Michigan. Season ticket purchases benefit the UCATS Athletics Scholarship Fund.



UC will play host to Austin Peay on Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017 to open up a six-game home campaign in Nippert Stadium. Additional kickoff times and television designations for the Bearcats schedule will fall under the customary 12- and six-day TV window selection process.

The Bearcats will have two weeknight games, the season opener against Austin Peay and a late-season, American Athletic Conference matchup against Temple on Friday, Nov. 10. UC will also have a non-league home game against Marshall on Saturday, Sept. 30, while the home league slate consists of matchups with UCF (Saturday, Oct. 7), a homecoming game against SMU (Saturday, Oct. 21), the Friday-night primetime game against Temple (Nov. 10) and the regular-season finale against UConn (Saturday, Nov. 25).