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Tennessee Football Hits Impressive Ticketing Number for 2024

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Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium. Photo via Tennessee Athletics.

The Tennessee Athletics Department announced Wednesday that the season ticket inventory for the upcoming 2024 football season has officially been sold out, marking the second straight year the program has done so.

According to Tennessee, all 70,500 season tickets have been sold out before summer even starts rolling.

Tennessee fans have done their part in showing their support for the Vols’ athletic teams, which is most illustrated by the sheer number of season tickets sold before the end of the spring.

“Vol Nation has proven once again why they are the best fan base in all of sports,” Vice Chancellor/Director of Athletics Danny White said in a statement released on Wednesday. “It’s truly remarkable to think that we have sold out all 70,000+ of our season tickets for the second straight year. We can’t wait to host everyone again this fall on Rocky Top!”

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Tennessee has only sold out its allotment of season tickets three times in the last 23 seasons: August 2016, May 2023, and now May 2024.

Prior to the 2022-2023 athletics year, Tennessee set a goal through the Rise Glorious plan for season tickets. In all three seasons that the plan has been in effect, Tennessee has crushed its goal. In fact, there hasn’t been a season in which Tennessee was under its yearly goal since its inception.

Tennessee set a goal of selling 56,000 season tickets in 2022 and ended with 61,490 tickets. The program then set a goal of 61,000 for the 2023 season and eclipsed it with a sold-out 70,500 ticket mark. Tennessee once again hit the 70,500 sold-out mark with a goal of 68,000 before the 2024 season.

Tennessee set a goal of achieving 70,000 season tickets by the 2026 season and passed that after just one season. At this trajectory, and if the Vols continue to win in the new-look SEC, 70,500 seems like a routine mark that will be hit each spring.

The Vols’ crowd showed up in waves for Tennessee in Neyland Stadium last season. Tennessee ranked No. 1 in the SEC this season in total home attendance (713,405) and average home attendance (101,915 – sold out), with those two statistics ranking third and fourth, respectively, across all of college football.

Stay tuned to Rocky Top Insider for more Tennessee football coverage throughout the offseason.

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