The North Carolina Tar Heels college basketball seasons have steadily increased in average ticket prices over the past four season. From the 2013-2014 season to 2016-2017 season there has been an increase in ticket averages of at least 8%. The largest Tar Heels’ increase came in 2014-2015 going from a $55 ticket average to $69, which is a rise of 26%. North Carolina’s current season has an average ticket price of $84, this is the highest ticket average over the previous four college football seasons and an 8% increase from the 2015-2016 Tar Heels’ season.
(Data updated 1/20/2017)
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2017 Tar Heels Season Preview
The North Carolina Tar Heels had an impressive season in 2015-2016, winning the ACC Tournament and making it to the National Championship against Villanova where they lost in a close game within the last five seconds. The Tar Heels 2016 showing in the final four last season was their 19th. As UNC heads into the 2016-2017 college basketball season they have lost six seniors, including team leaders Marcus Paige and Brice Johnson resulting in head coach Roy Williams need to utilize his returning players with Final Four experience into the starting lineup. The Tar Heels still have a lot of talent from seniors Justin Jackson and Kennedy Meeks. Williams offensive coaching style is expected to adjust with the loss of their top offense players; Theo Pinson should make up for that on the court. Defense will be the focal point of the team this season with the increase of more consistent and efficient defense players. The 2016-2017 UNC Tar Heels schedule will challenge the basketball team early on against Indiana in November and Kentucky in December. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Tar Heels at home games or supporting North Carolina on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all North Carolina Tar Heels tickets, including home and away games.
UNC Tar Heels Basketball at Dean Smith Center Address: 300 Skipper Bowles Dr, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514
The Tar Heels play their home games at the Dean Smith Center, located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. With a capacity of greater than 21 thousand screaming Tar Heel fans, there are few venues as exciting as the Dean Dome. The Smith Center has undergone renovations recently to keep it one of the best places to see a basketball game in all of the NCAA. The UNC Tar Heels home bench is on the Dean Smith Center sideline in front of sections 109-110. Dean Smith Center parking information is covered in our Tar Heels event guide.
This is arguably the best rivalry in all of college sports. Separated by only about 10 miles, these two tobacco road powerhouses have been able to dominate every basketball team on the east coast, except each other. Both teams are in the top five in total wins and combine for over 9 national championships. The game day atmosphere is rowdy, passionate, and unmatched by any other rivalry in basketball. This is one of the only rivalries in any sports that consistently has regional, conference, and national title implications on the line.
North Carolina vs. North Carolina State
This is one of the most intensely contested rivalries in college sports and never receives the media attention it truly deserves. If this rivalry happened in any other state it would be the talk of the entire region. These two schools are separated by only about 25 miles and have won a combined 7 national championships. The Wolfpack and Tar Heels have etched out dozens of conference championships and tournament titles, and this is year in and year out one of the best games in the ACC.
North Carolina vs. Wake Forest
Wake Forest and North Carolina have met on the hardwood over 210 times and have produced some of the most memorable games in college basketball history. Although North Carolina has dominated the win column, a majority of the games are won by a small margin and tensions are always high when these two teams meet. This game often has ACC title implications and is always a source of pride for basketball fans in North Carolina.
North Carolina Tar Heels in the Final Four, NCAA Tournament, and ACC Tournament
With over 2000 wins and five national championships to their name, the North Carolina Tar Heels have become one of the biggest names in college basketball. UNC has reached the Final Four almost 20 times since their first in 1946 and have won the regular-season conference championship almost 40 times. There are always big things in the horizon for the Tar Heels, and you can bet that more national championships are on the way.
2015-2016 North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Season Preview
By any programs standards, the North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team had a fantastic season a year ago, reaching the ACC Tournament Final, and the Sweet 16. But in Chapel Hill the expectations are to beat Duke, and win a title, neither of which the Tar Heels were able to do last season. North Carolina enters the 2015-16 season with possibly their most talented team in half a decade, and have the expectations of bringing an ACC and possibly a National Championship back to Chapel Hill for the first time since 2009. Much of the focal point of the 2015-16 Tar Heels will be on senior shooting guard Marcus Paige. Paige and power forward Brice Johnson could be the most dynamic 1-2 punch in the ACC, and have the talent to match anyone in the country. The Tar Heels 2015-16 schedule will be challenging, with games against Texas, UCLA, Maryland, and Kansas State in the non-conference, to go along with a ruthless ACC schedule. Look for North Carolina to be one of the more dangerous teams in 2015-16 and challenge for a number 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
2014-2015 North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Season Preview
Last season was a year of ups and downs for the North Carolina Tar Heels. North Carolina started the season rocky, losing at home to Belmont and Texas, and being upset by UAB on the road. But midway through the season the Tar Heels figured things out and rallied to win 12 games in a row at one point. Coming into the 2014-15 NCAA season North Carolina looks to use that experience to push towards another ACC title. The Tar Heels will be one of the most experienced teams in the ACC. Junior point guard Marcus Paige will be one of the top players for the Tar Heels and much of North Carolina’s hopes will live with Paige. He will look to dish the ball to athletic big men Brice Johnson and Kennedy Meeks. The top new comers for North Carolina will be Justin Jackson and Joel Berry. Look for North Carolina to be one of the most athletic teams in the ACC in 2014-15 and for the Tar Heels to be in the thick of the ACC title hunt.
2013-2014 North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Season Preview
The Tar Heels are looking to get past last year's issues on the court, and head coach Roy Williams did a great job bringing in some help in the form of Isiah Hicks and Kennedy Meeks -- both McDonald's All Americans. They'll assist P.J. Hairston and James Michael McAdoo as they try to bring the ACC Championship back to Chapel Hill.
It won't be easy for the Tar Heels, as they've given themselves one of the toughest non-conference schedules in the country. UNC will face defending-national champion Louisville, Michigan State and Kentucky before ACC play tips off. The conference got tougher over the summer as well, adding the likes of Syracuse and Pitt to an already tough lineup.
2011-2012 North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Season Preview
Tar Heels basketball is steeped in tradition. As the alma mater of Michael Jordan, this storied basketball program is looking to build off another successful season. Last year the team was 14-2 in the ACC and coasted to the conference's regular season championship. They also advanced to the elite eight of the NCAA tournament.
Returning to the squad will be sophomore Reggie Bullock, a guard who racked up six points per game last year. Expectations are high for this kid, who has said he feels he only played up to 70 percent of his potential last year. Bullock's teammates believe he is the next big thing and have full confidence that he can improve upon his already amazing average of 61 percent from three point land.
Carolina fans will be glad to know that John Henson is back and ready to dominate the glass. The 6' 11" junior put a little weight on in the off season and will likely become an inside presence by bringing down more rebounds. He also worked on his manual dexterity and can now use either hand with efficiency. He hopes to help the Tar Heels with another successful run at the tournament when the season begins.
2010-2011 North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Season Preview
Carolina Blue-it sounds so calm and serene. But when you see it used in its natural environment—in the Dean Smith Center on the jerseys of the UNC Tar Heels men’s basketball team and their 21,000 disciples—you understand it’s not the case. That’s because for the fans in the Dean Dome, Carolina Blue isn’t merely a color but an outlook… and a color to paint the baby’s room or the color scheme for a wedding. To get caught in that sea of Carolina Blue at a Tar Heel game is to be a part of something special, something TicketCity can help you experience.
The Heels are looking to harness that energy from the crowd after an off year where they went 20-17, and received an NIT bid instead of a more prestigious NCAA tournament invitation. It was the worst season in coach Roy Williams’ tenure at Chapel Hill, and to top it all off their bitter rivals Duke University won it all. The consolation prize for Williams and the Tar Heels is that they snagged three of the top high school recruits in the country, including Harrison Barnes, the 6’8 forward atop everyone’s list. Add freshman guards Reggie Bullock and Kendall Marshall, and the Tar Heels look to be an exciting team for the foreseeable future, and one that can definitely contend for an ACC title in 2010.
North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball News - 2/23/2017
The ACC Tournament is looking strong for the NC Tar Heels with a two-game lead in the ACC standings and a 12-3 conference record. The Tar Heels have three more games in the regular season with their next two on the road. The Panthers will host the Tar Heels this Saturday in Pittsburgh; tickets for the game have an average price of $125.
North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball News - 2/6/2017
The Tar Heels were expected to compete against Notre Dame at home last week but due to a water shortcake in Chapel Hill, the game was moved to Sunday at the Greensboro Coliseum for a neutral site. North Carolina still was able to pull out the win against ND with a final score of 83-76. This week North Carolina has a huge game against Duke on the road; the demand of the game is high with the cheapest ticket available for $860 and going as high as $3775.
North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball News - 1/23/2017
The North Carolina Tar Heels have a current college basketball record this season of 18-3 and a conference record of 6-1. This puts the Tar Heels in second in the ACC rankings and ninth in the NCAA Men’s basketball rankings. North Carolina has three games this week, with two at home against Virginia Tech (average ticket price of $69) and NC State (average ticket price of $25).