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Northwestern State football tickets now on sale

  • Stadford Anderson (center) and Northwestern State have five home games in the 2019 season. Credit: Chris Reich/NSU Photographic Services

NATCHITOCHES – Single-game tickets for the five Northwestern State home football games in 2019 are on sale now.

Tickets are available for $25 for chairback seating and $15 for general admission. Youth general admission tickets are priced at $10.

NSU offers group rates for gatherings of at least 25. Group rates for chairback seating are $12 and $6 for general admission group seating.

Chairback season ticket packages also are still on sale at a cost of $115 (adult), $105 (military/senior citizens/faculty and staff). General admission season tickets are on sale for $60.

Northwestern State will host Midwestern State (Sept. 7), Southeastern Louisiana (Sept. 28), Central Arkansas (Oct. 19), Lamar (Nov. 9), and Stephen F. Austin (Nov. 21) at Turpin Stadium in 2019.

Additionally, tickets remain available for Northwestern State’s Sept. 14 matchup at LSU. Those tickets are $30 apiece and there will be a $5 handling charge per transaction. It will be Northwestern State’s first visit to Tiger Stadium since 2011.

For all ticket sales and information, contact the NSU Athletics Ticket Office in person or by phone at 318-357-4268. Tickets and information also can be found on

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