For fall sports hosted by a Spring Branch ISD school, walk-ins are no longer welcome.
Both football and volleyball games will have special ticketing procedures and capacity limits for spectators as the district follows COVID-19-related UIL, TEA and Spring Branch ISD social distancing guidelines.
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All varsity football games at Tully Stadium will be limited to 850 people on each side of the stadium, and spectators must sit in the upper section.
Spring Branch ISD is using a tiered system for the limited number of tickets available. No season passes will be accepted for the 2020 season.
Football players, trainers and members of the band, cheer team and drill team have the option of purchasing two tickets.
Starting at noon on Sunday and going through 11p.m. on Tuesday, parents of players, trainers and members of the band, cheer team and drill team will have the option to purchase presale tickets.
Starting at noon on Wednesday, the remaining tickets will become available for students and general admission.
Presale tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students.
The price applies until three hours before kickoff. Starting one hour before kickoff, any remaining tickets can be purchased for $7 for everybody (cash only) at the Southwest Ticket Booth for the home team and the Southeast Ticket Booth for the away team.
There are no refunds given for ticket purchases and there is no re-entry into Tully Stadium.
All spectators must wear a face covering at all times when in Tully Stadium except when eating or drinking and must not sit in areas that have been marked off with red tape for social distancing.
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For sub-varsity football games, coaches will give each player two passes for their parents or guardians to use throughout the season. Each pass entitles the cardholder to purchase a single game ticket for $3 for adults and $1 for students and can only be used for games that involve the issuing school.
Similarly, for volleyball coaches will two passes which also entitle the cardholder to purchase a single game ticket for $3 for adults and $1 for students and can only be used for matches that involve the issuing school.
Due to limited seating, fans can only purchase tickets for volleyball matches that take place at Don Coleman Coliseum.