RESERVE YOUR SEATS FOR 2022-23 CARDS WBB
So you say you might be interested in checking out this upcoming 2022-23 Louisville women's basketball program. You know, the Final Four squad that went further than any other ACC school in the NCAA Tournament.
Here's a link that'll get you where you want to be for purchasing: WBB SEASON TICKETS
Louisville women's basketball is a great and inexpensive entertainment option for . Reserved seats in the lower level bowl (100's section) go for $98 to $173 for the season, Deep discounts are also avaiable for senior citizens and for senior citizens and if you re 18 or younger. I was checking out seats options earlier today and I saw some great seats available in Section 116 (half-court) but they probably wont be there long....you better move quickly on these .
It's a WBB squad you don't want to miss this year, as they look to go back to the Final Four. With two starters returning and five fabulous freshmen on the roster, Jeff Walz is sitting on another keg of dynamite, when it comes to talent. .
You get nine home ACC Conference games in the season ticket package, plus seven or eight (at least) challenging non-conference games. Although the scheduled isn't out yet, you can expect NC State, Notre Dame, Georgia Tech and North Carolina to visit this season. The conference slate (if it is true to last year's scheduling) is usually Thursday and Sunday games. Non-conference games usually include a national powerhouse or two and a few local/state matchups -- like Bellarmine and Kentucky. If you've never experienced the thrill and excitement of women's college basketball, here's your chance to do it for about $10 a game.
I've talked to fans around the ACC and they pretty much are all in agreement that the atmosphere in the KFC YUM! Center is unbelievable on game day. Let's get this thing to 10-12,000 a home game this year and really blow the doors off the Downtown Arena. The WBB squad had been the most successful in terms of wins and rankings out of all the sports programs on the UofL campus over the last 10 years or so and that doesn't look to be changing any time soon.
Go be a part of it. You won't regret it.