Lehigh - Lafayette football game officially sold out
Posted: October 24, 2007
BETHLEHEM, Pa. – The Lehigh and Lafayette Athletics Departments jointly announced Wednesday that all seats for the Lafayette football game on November 17 have been sold, and no more tickets are available for the 143rd meeting of College Football’s Most-Played Rivalry. The announcement marks the tenth straight year that the Lehigh – Lafayette football game at Goodman Stadium has been sold out in advance.
Lehigh officials indicated that a decision on grass bank seating cannot be made until game week due to weather considerations. Any grass bank tickets that may be allocated during game week will be allocated to Lehigh’s waiting list. To be placed on the wait list or for more information on the process for selling or allocating tickets for this game, please visit Lehighsports.com. As a reminder to Lehigh fans, the only way to guarantee tickets to this historic rivalry each year is to purchase season tickets.
There is still one more chance to catch the Mountain Hawks at home prior to the Lafayette game, which is this Saturday, October 27 when Georgetown visits Goodman Stadium on Family Weekend. To purchase tickets to this game visit Lehighsports.com.
The 2007 Lehigh – Lafayette game kicks off at 12:37 PM from Lehigh’s Goodman Stadium. The 143rd clash will be televised live on WFMZ-TV (Channel 69), FSN Pittsburgh (available on both DirecTV and DISH Network), and FCS Atlantic. The television feed will also be streamed live on Lehigh’s web site, Lehighsports.com, with streaming provided by Yahoo! Sports.