SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.– The Fiesta Bowl announces today that the College Football Playoff Semifinal at the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl is officially sold out. The second-ranked Clemson Tigers and No. 3 Ohio State will go head-to-head in the sold-out Fiesta Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on Dec. 31.
The game will be nationally televised by ESPN.
The capacity of University of Phoenix Stadium for the College Football Playoff Semifinal at the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl is 72,158.
“Year after year the response from the Valley and the participating teams’ fans has been overwhelming, and this year is no different,” said Fiesta Bowl Executive Director Mike Nealy. “We are excited to welcome the Tigers and the Buckeyes and their extensive fan bases to Glendale and the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl.”
Fans interested in attending the game may still be able to find limited tickets on the secondary ticket market by using the Fiesta Bowl’s official secondary market ticket exchange, PrimeSport.
PrimeSport manages the Official Fiesta Bowl Ticket Exchange, the only approved marketplace for fans to buy and sell tickets in a convenient, safe and guaranteed environment. For the ultimate game day experience, official PlayStationFiesta Bowl Hospitality Packagesare also available from PrimeSport, which include hotel accommodations, game tickets and pregame hospitality.
Fans are encouraged to explore the different pregame options for the Fiesta Bowl – the Fan Fest Pregame Party, free with a PlayStation Fiesta Bowl game ticket, or the ticketed APS Stadium Club Pregame Party. The exclusive APS Stadium Club Pregame Party at University of Phoenix Stadium, set at $100, will elevate any tailgating experience, featuring big-screen televisions, live entertainment and an all-you-can-eat spread right up until kickoff.
For more information about purchasing luxury lofts at the Fiesta Bowl, fans are encouraged to visit FiestaBowl.org/Tickets or call 480-350-0911.
Clemson has tickets remaining in its allotment, available for purchase at ClemsonTigers.com and through the Athletic Ticket Office at 1-800-CLEMSON.
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