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GHS all-sport and season football tickets go on sale

Goshen High School will sell all-sport and season football tickets beginning Monday, Aug. 11.

Posted on July 31, 2014 at 7:28 p.m.

Ticket Information

Goshen High School

GOSHEN — Goshen High School will distribute and sell all-sport tickets at the high school athletic office to returning all-sport ticket holders from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. beginning Monday, Aug. 11. 

Tickets for first time all-sport patrons or returning all-sport holders wanting new seats go on sale Tuesday, Aug. 12.

Football season tickets will be distributed from 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 12, and Friday, Aug. 22, at the first varsity football game through halftime.

Returning all-sport ticket holders are reminded to return their order forms to the GHS athletic department.

Email Janet Johns at jjohns@goshenschools.org if you intend to purchase but have not yet returned your application. For a football season ticket or all-sport application visit its website, or call 574-533-0652 for questions. 

GHS Ticket Pricing Information:

All-Sport Tickets: Adult $80

Student K-8: $40

Senior Citizens (65+): $40

Installment plans for all sport tickets are available.

Season football tickets: Adult (sixth grade and up) $30 (also allows admittance to JV and freshmen home games)

Student (K-5): $15

Admission at gate for varsity football this year will be $6 for all patrons kindergarten age and older. Gate admission is increasing to $5 this year for all levels of soccer, volleyball and JV/freshman football.


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