Memphis Football announces pair of games with Boise State

MEMPHIS, TN – The University of Memphis announced a home series with Boise State University on Wednesday. Both teams will play at Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium in Memphis in 2023 and Boise, Idaho in the 2026 season. Dates for both contests will be announced later.

The games between the Tigers and Broncos are in addition to the two games announced between the programs in January 2021. Those games are scheduled for August 31, 2030 in Memphis and September 13, 2031 in Boise.

For Memphis, the game with Boise State replaces the North Texas contest in the 2023 season, with the Mean Green now joining the American Athletic Conference (AAC) on July 1, 2023. The Tigers’ non-conference schedule for the 2023 season includes a road game at Arkansas State (September 9), as well as home games against Missouri (September 23) and Boise State (TBA).

In addition to the road game against the Broncos in 2026, the Tigers are also scheduled for a home game against Arkansas State (September 5) and a road game at Arkansas (September 19).

Game tickets for the 2022 Memphis Football season are now available for Family Zone and Endzone seats on GoTigersGo.com. Family zone tickets for all home games start at $20 and end zone tickets at $25.

The Pick 3 Mini Plan is also available for the Tiger 2022 season. The Pick 3 Mini Plan gives fans the option to choose from three Memphis home games during the 2022 season at Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium, starting at only $45.

Additionally, season tickets for the 2022 University of Memphis football season are now on sale. Fans interested in purchasing subscriptions can go to GoTigersGo.com or call the box office at 901-678-2331.

To request ticket information for the 2022 season, click here. The Memphis box office can also be reached during business hours at (901) 678-2331.

How to follow the Tigers: For complete information on Memphis Tigers Football, visit www.GoTigersGo.com and follow the team’s social media at Twitter, instagram and Facebook.

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