Pitt's final home
game of the season will take place Saturday, Nov. 24 at noon when the Panthers
host No. 18/21 Rutgers in a Big East contest. We hope you'll come out and
support our 18 departing seniors in their last collegiate game at Heinz Field.
A pregame ceremony will recognize and honor them so be sure to get to your
Lawn Student Tailgate: 9 a.m.-Noon World's Largest Family Tailgate: 9 a.m.-Noon Pitt Young Alumni Council and the
Pitt Alumni Association at Stage AE)- All Fans Welcome:9:30 a.m. Panthers
a.m. Pitt Band Pregame
a.m. March To Victory Parade: 11 a.m. PantherVision Intro
11:48 a.m. Senior Recognition: 11:52 a.m. Kickoff, Pitt vs. Rutgers: Noon
introduced a new digital ticketing system this year with a multitude of
capabilities. One important component is that fans are able to share their
tickets if they are unable to attend a game. Fans can share tickets with
friends and family, sell their tickets online, or donate to a charity. For more
information, visit the ticket center.
Will Call will open three hours prior to
kickoff this season at Gate A. Walk-up ticket sales will take place at Gate B.
Pitt fans are asked to arrive early to the
stadium due to enhanced security measures, which includes a handheld metal detector. The
detector will replace pat-downs. Express lanes will be available for fans that
are not carrying in additional permitted items into Heinz Field.
gameday experience will be heightened this year once inside the stadium as
well. Upgrades to Heinz Field's scoreboard capabilities allow us to provide a
better fan experience including enhanced camera angles, more complete coverage
and more information to those in attendance. The upgrades make Heinz Field one
of the top technologically advanced stadiums in college athletics.