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USC Officially Launches 2022 Football Season Ticket Campaign

May 12, 2022

LOS ANGELES — The 2022 USC Football season ticket sales campaign has officially launched, with season tickets starting as low as $299 for all seven home games in the Coliseum.

The launch of the campaign follows the 2022 USC football renewal and upgrade and relocation processes, the latter of which allowed renewing season ticket holders the opportunity to upgrade or move their seat to a more preferred location. Now, new ticket locations have been released and are available for purchase. Additionally, thousands of new season tickets have already been sold through the season ticket deposit process that launched in November 2021.

Pac-12 opponents Arizona State, Washington State, California and Colorado will visit the Coliseum this year, along with non-conference foes Notre Dame, Fresno State and Rice. Special game dates include the Sept. 3 debut of the Lincoln Riley era against Rice, Trojan Family Weekend on Oct. 8 against Washington State, Homecoming on Nov. 5 against California, and a Veteran's Day Joint Forces Day celebration on Nov. 11 against Colorado.

Fans who choose to become season ticket holders receive the best value as tickets are discounted off the per game price and the tickets are guaranteed to be in the same location for all seven home games. Season ticket holders also earn the benefit of early access to purchase single game tickets before the general public. Season tickets are also the only way to guarantee admission to USC's annual rivalry game against Notre Dame.

Season ticket holders who also become Trojan Athletic Fund members will receive added benefits that include priority access to the various Coliseum Clubs and associated gameday amenities, away game tickets including bowl games and championships, and premium seating at the Galen Center for USC men's basketball. To become a Trojan Athletic Fund member, click here.

USC football season ticket holders will be a part of the excitement surrounding the debut of the Lincoln Riley Era.

USC fans will see familiar faces from the receiving corps like Gary Bryant Jr., Kyle Ford and Tahj Washington, as well as a returning veteran offensive line featuring Andrew Vorhees, Brett Neilon, Jonah Monheim, Courtland Ford and Justin Dedich. On the defensive side of the ball, defensive linemen Tuli Tuipulotu, Nick Figueroa and Stanley Ta'ufo'ou, linebackers Ralen Goforth and Korey Foreman and Freshman All-American safety Calen Bullock, plus many more, will return and contribute for the Trojans.

Donning the Cardinal and Gold for the first time are a group of the nation's top transfers who shined bright throughout USC's spring practices. Trojan fans will not want to miss seeing quarterback Caleb Williams, receivers Mario Williams and Brenden Rice, running backs Travis Dye and Austin Jones, offensive lineman Bobby Haskins, defensive linemen Tyrone Taleni and Earl Barquet Jr., defensive backs Mekhi Blackmon and Latrell McCutchin and linebackers Shane Lee and Romello Height, plus more, run out of the Coliseum tunnel.

Student season ticket sales, which last season eclipsed 10,000 for the first time since 2015, will launch this summer.

USC opens its 2022 season with a non-conference game against Rice (time TBA) on Sept. 3 in the Coliseum. To purchase tickets, go to or call 213-740- GO SC.