The Cats open the 2022 season at home against Miami, Ohio at 7 p.m
LEXINGTON, Ky. — With the Kentucky football season just 100 days away, ESPN has announced the first three weeks of its 2022 college football roster, including the Wildcats’ first three kick-off times and TV credits.
The Wildcats begin the 2022 season on September 3 at home against Miami (Ohio). The game will air at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN+/SECN+ (Digital). The Wildcats travel to Florida for the first conference game of the year on September 10 at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN. Britain returns home on September 17 to host Youngstown State and the competition will air at 12pm ET on the SEC Network.
Season tickets are still available from UKFootballTix.com for just $225 per ticket. Season tickets, which cover the entire eight-game home roster, still offer fans the best value per game. More than three months before the Sept. 3 season opener, Kentucky football fans have renewed or purchased more than 33,500 season tickets, a number that already represents the highest total number of season tickets in the past four years. For more information on these seats, please visit the website or call the UK Ticket Office on 1-800-928-2287.
Kentucky Football’s popular mini-packs will go on sale June 1 and start at just $115 for a three-game pack.
The fans choose a game from Group A including:
- October 8 vs. South Carolina
- October 15 vs. Mississippi State
All fans will receive the November 26th rivalry match against Louisville from Group B.
And a game from Group C, which includes:
- 3 Sept vs. Miami (Ohio)
- September 17 vs. Youngstown State
- September 24 against Northern Illinois
- November 12 against Vanderbilt
For a full seating chart with prices go to: ukathletics.com/flex.
|3 Sept||miami||Lexington||7 p.m. ET – ESPN+/SECN+ (digital)|
|September 10||near Florida||Gainesville||7 p.m. ET – ESPN|
|17 Sep||State of Youngstown||Lexington||Noon ET – SEC Network|
|September 24th||Northern Illinois||Lexington|
|1 Oct||at Ole Miss||Oxford|
|8 Oct||South Carolina||Lexington|
|15 Oct||State of Mississippi||Lexington|
|29 Oct||in Tennessee||Knoxville|
|5 Nov||in Missouri||Columbia|