- $10 for one ticket to see a Boston College football game against the University of Maine ($20 value)
- When: Saturday, September 20, time TBD
- Where: Alumni Stadium
- Seating: lower endzone
- Door time: one hour before game time
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
For non-season ticket holders, parking is available at the following locations, where complimentary shuttles will pick up fans and bring them to campus.
Needham Satellite lot, located on Second St. in Needham (Exit 19 A off of Route 128). BC campus drop-off and pick-up is on Beacon St. at the Merkert Chemistry Building.
Brighton Satellite lot, located on Guest St in Brighton (in the New Balance parking garage). BC campus drop-off/pick-up is inside the Brighton Campus adjacent to the Cardinals residence.
Neither lot requires a permit.
The Scouting Report
The Eagles exceeded expectations last year under new head coach Steve Addazio, but now that many key starters have moved on, he’ll have to make a new case for his vision in 2014. The team’s shot at a second-consecutive bowl appearance rests on the shoulders of new starting QB Tyler Murphy, a transfer from the University of Florida who’ll be starting his first season in an offense where every play isn’t called “Gator”. The Eagles look to their raucous fans for additional boost at Alumni Stadium, where they won five of their six home games last season.
Boston College Eagles
The history of athletic achievement tied to the Boston College Eagles stretches back to the late 1800s, back when eagles were thought to be fictional creatures from the founding fathers’ dream journal. Across nearly 30 men’s and women’s programs, history and performance combine to form on of the best athletic departments on the East Coast. The BC football program has built a rich tapestry of successes, from its first-ever appearance in the 1939 Cotton Bowl—its first of 23 bowl appearances—through more recent accolades, including a Heisman-winning QB performance in the 1980s, a 2004 Big East championship, and back-to-back ACC division titles in 2007 and 2008. The men’s basketball team has enjoyed perennial success as well, appearing in 18 NCAA Tournaments over the years.