Evangel vs Clarke Tickets for Saturday, Oct. 10 Now On Sale

Noble Horvath

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Evangel Football single-game tickets for Saturday, October 10, against Clarke are now available online. Due to Heart of America Athletic Game Protocols home fans only will be allowed entry into events at this time. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at www.EvangelTIX.com. […]




SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Evangel Football single-game tickets for Saturday, October 10, against Clarke are now available online. Due to Heart of America Athletic Game Protocols home fans only will be allowed entry into events at this time.

Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at www.EvangelTIX.com. Fans are encouraged to purchase ahead of time due to 50 percent capacity regulations. Mobile Only ticketing will be accepted for all football games in 2020.

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Evangel students and staff must show their Evangel ID at the game to gain entry. NO CASH will be accepted on Game Day.

STADIUM SEATING CAPACITY PATTERN

Tiger Stadium at Ozark High School allows for social distancing to occur throughout the stadium. “Family groups” are encouraged to social distance along with Evangel “roommate” seating in pods where six feet of distance is able to be used throughout the stadium. It is recommended that each “group” be separated by 3 empty seats on either side and leaving an empty row in front and behind.

GATE ENTRY

  • Only the South Entrance to Tiger Stadium will be utilized. Gates on the north side of the stadium will NOT be open.
  • Mobile digital ticketing will be the ONLY accepted form of tickets to gain entry.
  • By entering the stadium, fans attest that they agree they are NOT COVID-19 symptomatic and will follow COVID-19 prevention protocol, including wearing a mask. Spectators not willing to comply will be asked to leave.

PARKING

  • Parking is encouraged in the south lot of Ozark High School.




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