MANHATTAN, Kan. – The final spring football practice at Kansas State, scheduled today ( Saturday ) will be open to the public, K-State Athletics officials have announced.
Gate B on the west side of Bill Snyder Family Stadium will open at 11 a.m. for the free event with parking available in the west lot, and fans can watch practice from seats in the lower bowl on the west side of the stadium. Practice is expected to run until 12 p.m., and there is no autograph session afterwards.
To comply with Riley County and University policies, fans are required to wear masks for the entirety of the practice and asked to practice social distancing guidelines.
Season tickets for the 2021 season are on sale now, and Kansas State anticipates a return to a more normal football season this fall. K-State looks forward to welcoming back its full fanbase in 2021 and reintroducing several gameday traditions and policies, including tailgating beginning five hours prior to kickoff and standard exiting and re-entry to the stadium. Full season ticket options starting at just over $20 per game can be found at www.kstatesports.com/tickets.
K-State begins its 2021 season by taking on Stanford in the Allstate Kickoff Classic on September 4 inside AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The game is one of just eight non-conference games during the opening week that features two Power 5 teams and one of four that will be held at a neutral site. Fans interested in requesting tickets for the game are encouraged to log into their online ticket account.
The Wildcats’ first game of 2021 inside Bill Snyder Family Stadium is September 11 as they host Southern Illinois. K-State then faces Nevada a week later. The Big 12 home schedule in 2021 includes games against Oklahoma, Iowa State, TCU, West Virginia and Baylor.
Assistant Athletics Director for Communications