2016 USC Football Season Tickets Renewals Begin

    Jan. 12, 2016

    The 2016 USC football season ticket renewal process has been launched this week, allowing 2015 season ticket holders the opportunity to get their same seats to watch defending the Pac-12 South Division champion Trojans host 6 home games in the Coliseum, including the annual battle with intersectional rival Notre Dame, Oregon’s first visit to the Coliseum since 2012 and a Thursday night contest against California.

    Season ticket holders from 2015 should check their email for information on how to renew their season tickets. The deadline to renew season tickets is Feb. 29. For more information, call 213-740-GOSC.

    Season ticket holders who renew in 2016 will receive many benefits, including priority access to tickets to USC’s season opener against defending national champion Alabama on Sept. 3 in Texas (the first meeting between the Trojans and Crimson Tide since 1985), discounted tickets, complimentary tickets to the Spring Game, invitations to exclusive video chats and more.

    USC’s home opener is against Utah State of the Mountain West Conference on Sept. 10. Troy next hosts back-to-back home games, first versus Arizona State on Oct. 1 and then Colorado on Oct. 8. USC’s Thursday night, Oct. 27, home contest versus California will be just the fourth non-Thanksgiving or non-bowl Thursday game that Troy has played in the Coliseum. The Trojans remain at home the following week to host Oregon on Nov. 5, the Ducks’ first appearance in the Coliseum in four years. USC concludes its regular season by hosting traditional foe Notre Dame in a Thanksgiving weekend clash on Nov. 26.

    Head coach Clay Helton's 2016 USC team features 14 returning starters, including All-Pac-12 first teamers in wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, cornerback-wide receiver-returner Adoree’ Jackson and offensive tackle Zach Banner, a pair of Freshmen All-American first teamers in inside linebacker Cameron Smith and cornerback Iman Marshall and exciting tailbacks Justin Davis and Ronald Jones II.