Single Seats Remain for Two K-State Football Games

MANHATTAN, Kan. – K-State officials have announced that all contiguous seating for two of Kansas State’s six home football games during the 2016 season – the September 24 matchup against Missouri State and October 22 game against Texas – are sold out as K-State looks to extend its sellout streak to 33-straight games this season.

Scattered single seats and standing room only tickets are still available for both games, as the game against Missouri State, which kicks off at 6:10 p.m., serves as Band Day, while the contest against the Longhorns is Homecoming at Kansas State.

“Bill Snyder Family Stadium will be the place to be this fall as we are well on our way to extending our current sellout streak to 33 straight games,” Athletics Director John Currie said. “The pageantry of the No. 1 pregame tradition in the Big 12 and atmosphere surrounding a fall Saturday in America's No. 1 college town is what epitomizes K-State and we thank our fans for making our scene one of the best in college football.”
The best available reserved seating options for the games against Missouri State and Texas can now be found through Vivid Seats, the official ticket reseller of K-State Athletics. Fans can click here for Missouri State ticket options and here to see what’s available for the game against Texas.
Tickets for the other four remaining home games, including the eighth-annual K-State Family Reunion game against Florida Atlantic on September 17, can be purchased through the K-State Athletics Ticket office online at, by phone at 1-800-221-CATS or at the main ticket office inside Bramlage Coliseum.
The Wildcats begin the 2016 season at Stanford in a nationally-televised matchup on Friday, September 2. The game, held at Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto, California, will kick off at 8 p.m. (CT) on FS1.
Bill Snyder Family Stadium will host the Wildcat Kickoff music festival featuring Zac Brown Band and Train on Saturday, September 10, an event that also includes performances by Phillip Phillips, David Ray and Adley Stump. Tickets can be purchased at
The 2016 football season is the first for the new clear bag policy at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. To provide a safer environment for the public and significantly expedite guest entry into our venues, K-State Athletics is implementing a new bag policy in 2016-17 for all ticketed K-State events that limits the size and type of bags that may be brought into our venues.
For a detailed explanation of the clear bag policy, please visit