Northwestern Sold Out; Nebraska Approaching Sellout Status

IOWA CITY, Iowa – – The University of Iowa’s Homecoming football game against Northwestern, scheduled for Oct. 29 at 2/2:30 p.m. (CT) at Duke Slater Field at Kinnick Stadium, is officially sold out, the announcement was made Monday by the UI Athletics Department.

Iowa’s final two home games are approaching sellout status. The regular season finale against Nebraska has a little more than 600 tickets remaining, while the season opener against South Dakota State has around 1,500 tickets left.

Five of Iowa’s seven games have already reached sellout status. The sellouts include games against Iowa State (Sept. 10), Nevada (Sept. 17), Michigan (Oct. 1), Northwestern (Oct. 29) and Wisconsin (Nov. 12).

There are a limited number of hospitality ticket packages available for all five games. Ticket information is available at

Iowa has sold out season ticket orders, UI student tickets, Fight For Iowa Mobile Passes, and Mini Plans.

Tickets are only sold and issued by the UI Athletics Ticket Office and its authorized agents. Persons buying tickets from other entities do so at their own risk. Fans should use caution if buying tickets from unauthorized outlets and are strongly encouraged to use StubHub, the official fan to fan marketplace of Hawkeyes, for sold out events. The UI Athletic Ticket Office ( is only able to service/support purchases made through that office, or on StubHub. Iowa Athletics reserves the right to cancel any ticket purchases, less fees, made for the purpose of resale without notification.

All tickets for University of Iowa athletic events are distributed electronically and should be downloaded to a smartphone device. If you do not have access to a smartphone, please contact the ticket office to make arrangements.

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