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California Memorial Stadium To Return To Full Capacity

June 24, 2021
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BERKELEY - Cal football games will feature a more normal look and feel this season with full capacity at California Memorial Stadium, as well as the return of such traditions as the Cal Band, cheer and spirit, and Tailgate Town. Full details regarding health and safety protocols, which will be in alignment with state guidelines, will be announced prior to the start of the fall seasons for all Golden Bear sports.
 
"We are excited to be able to welcome our fans back to Memorial Stadium and to all of our outdoor venues this fall," Director of Athletics Jim Knowlton said. "We know how much our fans have missed the experience of attending our games in person, which we can see through a 95 percent renewal rate for football season tickets and high demand for new tickets. We are looking forward to an exciting season here in Berkeley, and as we have done since the start of the pandemic, we will follow all state and local health protocols to ensure a safe environment for all those who come out to our games."


 
Cal football will host six opponents in Berkeley this fall, beginning Saturday, Sept. 4 vs. Nevada and concluding against USC on Saturday, Nov. 13. Other games are against Sacramento State (Sept. 18), Washington State (Oct. 2), Colorado (Oct. 23) and Oregon State (Oct. 30).
 
Season-ticket membership starts as low as $150 per seat, guaranteeing the lowest price, best seat location, parking, and access to away games and postseason tickets. For more information, visit CalBears.com/tickets or email goldstandard@berkeley.edu. Fans can also send a text to (800) GO BEARS (462-3277).
 
Cal will transition to mobile ticketing exclusively for all athletic events beginning this fall. The feature has been available for football and men's and women's basketball since 2017, with an increasing number of fans taking advantage of the option. A new app that will include mobile ticketing, schedules and much more will be introduced later this summer.
 
Schedules for sports other than football will be announced later this summer. Check CalBears.com and Cal Athletics social media accounts for the latest updates.

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California Memorial Stadium To Return To Full Capacity

2,836 Views | 14 Replies | Last: 24 days ago by Fyght4Cal
HuaHin (fka Uthai)
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Good, good. Need a competitive football team or it's all moot.
oskidunker
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How are mobile tickets going to work with the impossible internet in the stadium? I could never connect
75bear
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Take a screenshot before you arrive.
KoreAmBear
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oskidunker said:

How are mobile tickets going to work with the impossible internet in the stadium? I could never connect
Screenshot (unless it's that dynamic kind) or save in wallet.
smh
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> Cal will transition to mobile ticketing exclusively for all athletic events beginning this fall. The feature has been available for football and men's and women's basketball since 2017, with an increasing number of fans taking advantage of the option. A new app that will include mobile ticketing, schedules and much more will be introduced later this summer.

alrighty then, finally we escape decades of m/w hoops traffic bother.
# free at last
calftball
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Thank God..
I almost forgot how special a Saturday afternoon in the fall could be...
Cant wait for opening Day.. Revenge on the Wolfpack!!
UN Reno has had its way with us and I hope we hand it to them...
That Kaepernick game in Reno makes me want to puke.
DCW67MSW
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The game in Reno revealed a better team. Kaeperneck was the best college QB I had seen with the exception of the Aaron Rodgers USC game at the coliseum.
westcoast101
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Great news. Can't wait to be back at Memorial in a few months.
Strykur
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Looking forward to a packed house of 30,000.
Bobodeluxe
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Strykur said:

Looking forward to a packed house of 30,000.
Tens of students, alone
calBlitz
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smh said:

> Cal will transition to mobile ticketing exclusively for all athletic events beginning this fall. The feature has been available for football and men's and women's basketball since 2017, with an increasing number of fans taking advantage of the option. A new app that will include mobile ticketing, schedules and much more will be introduced later this summer.

alrighty then, finally we escape decades of m/w hoops traffic bother.
# free at last
So the option to print tickets will no longer be available?
oskidunker
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calBlitz said:

smh said:

> Cal will transition to mobile ticketing exclusively for all athletic events beginning this fall. The feature has been available for football and men's and women's basketball since 2017, with an increasing number of fans taking advantage of the option. A new app that will include mobile ticketing, schedules and much more will be introduced later this summer.

alrighty then, finally we escape decades of m/w hoops traffic bother.
# free at last
So the option to print tickets will no longer be available?
Read the other thread. Yes, printed tickets will be an option. Not sure if you buy single games, though.
smh
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calBlitz said:

So the option to print tickets will no longer be available?
shared this on insider bbs earlier..
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football -> dunno. But chatting with nadia of gold standard customer service this morning we were promised paper tickets will be indulged for the upcoming men and women's basketball season.

Fyght4Cal
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Seems as though this would have been the ideal year for a $99 ticket deal. Maybe marketing detects some serious pent-up demand.
Patience is a virtue, but I’m not into virtue signaling these days.
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