FHSU season tickets on sale


Contact the Fort Hays State Athletic Department to secure your 2022-23 season tickets for the upcoming football and basketball seasons. Take advantage of great prices on football, basketball, and all-sport tickets and watch the Tigers compete in the MIAA, one of the elite NCAA Division II conferences in the country. Call (785) 628-4050 or stop by the FHSU Athletic Department inside Cunningham Hall on the campus of Fort Hays State University to purchase your tickets today!

Football plays at home five times in 2021 and chairback seats on the west side of the stadium are available for $90 per seat (10% discount for FHSU faculty/staff and Alumni). The game on October 8 vs. Washburn will serve as the annual Homecoming game. The first three home contests are slated to start at 7 p.m., and the last two are slated for 1 p.m. kickoffs.

Thursday, September 8 – Missouri Western, 7 p.m.
Saturday, September 24 – Missouri Southern, 7 p.m.
Saturday, October 8 – Washburn, 7 p.m.
Saturday, October 22 – Central Missouri, 1 p.m.
Saturday, November 5 – Northeastern State, 1 p.m.


All reserved tailgating spots are claimed for the upcoming season. Place your name on a waiting list with the FHSU Athletic Department should some of the spots become available. Each tailgating spot in the parking lot is $100 with a minimum purchase of 1 football reserved season ticket.

Anticipation is at a high level for the upcoming 2022-23 basketball seasons. The FHSU women and men combined for an overall record of 53-10 in 2021-22, the best combined record among MIAA schools. The FHSU women claimed their second-straight MIAA regular season title in 2021-22 and also the MIAA Tournament title before making a run to the Central Regional final of the NCAA Tournament. They finished with an overall record of 30-4. The men are coming off a very strong 23-6 season in 2021-22, finishing third in the MIAA regular season standings and just one game out of first place. The schedules feature 18 home dates with 12 doubleheaders (women and men). Choose among three ticket options available. Reserved lower-level seats (limited amount remaining) are $255, reserved upper-level seats are $135, and general admission upper-level seats are $125. By taking advantage of season-ticket pricing, you can enjoy some of the best basketball competition and atmospheres in the nation (30 home games women and men combined) for a value that averages between $4 to $9 per game based on your seating choice.

HOME GAMES (Game times will be released in the near future)
Nov. 17 – MBB vs. Bethel College
Nov. 18 – WBB vs. Minnesota State
Nov. 19 – WBB vs. Colorado Mesa
Nov. 20 – MBB vs. MSU Denver
Nov. 22 – MBB vs. Central Christian
Nov. 26 – WBB vs. Tabor College / MBB vs. Manhattan Christian
Dec. 1 – WBB & MBB vs. Northeastern State
Dec. 3 – WBB & MBB vs. Rogers State
Dec. 16 – WBB & MBB vs. Central Oklahoma
Dec. 18 – WBB & MBB vs. Newman
Dec. 19 – WBB vs. Bethany College
Jan. 5 – WBB & MBB vs. Missouri Southern
Jan. 7 – WBB & MBB vs. Pittsburg State
Jan. 14 – WBB & MBB vs. Nebraska-Kearney
Jan. 26 – WBB & MBB vs. Missouri Western
Jan. 28 – WBB & MBB vs. Northwest Missouri State
Feb. 9 – WBB & MBB vs. Lincoln
Feb. 11 – WBB & MBB vs. Central Missouri



  • All-Sport Lower Level – $285 per seat (10% discount for FHSU faculty/staff and Alumni). Includes lower-level seat at basketball and a reserved seat on the west side (home side) of the football stadium. Also includes a pass to all other FHSU home sports events throughout the 2022-23 calendar year.
  • All-Sport Upper Level – $200 per seat (10% discount for FHSU faculty/staff and Alumni). Includes upper-level seat at basketball and a reserved seat on the west side (home side) of the football stadium. Also includes a pass to all other FHSU home sports events throughout the 2022-23 calendar year.

What you may have missed in 2021-22 without an all-sport GA pass…
Men’s Soccer played at home 7 times in 2021 and they went on to win the GAC/MIAA Tournament Championship and made a run to the national quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament. The FHSU men have the longest active streak of consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances in NCAA Division II at nine consecutive. They are scheduled to play 8 times at home in 2022.
Women’s Soccer played at home 9 times in 2021 and qualified for the MIAA Tournament. They are scheduled to play 9 times at home in 2022.
Volleyball played at home 15 times in 2021 and qualified for the MIAA Tournament. Competition is at the highest level as the MIAA featured four teams in the Top 10 of the national rankings during the 2021 season and three of those teams held the No. 1 ranking at some point during the season. They are scheduled to play 10 times at home in 2022.
Wrestling had 3 events at home during the 2021-22 season, which included duals against two top-five ranked teams in NCAA Division II and the annual Bob Smith Open Tournament.
-Admission to Baseball, Softball, Cross Country, Track and Field, Tennis, and Golf home events is FREE of charge.

Download the Fort Hays State Mobile App which will notify you immediately of all the latest news, releases, and scores from Athletics and allows you to customize which sports you want to follow. The app is available on both the App Store (iOS) and Google Play Store (Android).

Join Tiger Club ($100/member) and gather with other Tiger fans every Wednesday throughout the year to enjoy lunch and get updates from FHSU coaches. Tiger Club members are also invited to pre-game gatherings at football and basketball. Lunches are held in the FHSU Robbins Center and cost $10 per lunch.

Donate to the Tiger Athletic Fund (TAF) to help enhance the recruitment of student-athletes and scholarships at Fort Hays State University. All donations are tax-deductible and some levels of donations do have benefits associated with them. Below are the different levels of giving…
Difference Maker – $5,000+
Diamond – $2,500-$4,999
Gold – $1,000-@2,499
Silver – $500-$999
Bronze – $100-$499
Black and Gold – $25-$99
$500+ receives a VIP Parking Permit for Football and Basketball home games (must be a season ticket holder)

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