The Virginia Tech football seasons have steadily increased in average ticket prices over the last four years. Between the Hokies’ 2014 to the upcoming 2017 college football seasons, there has been an increase in ticket averages each season. There was largest increase occurred in Virginia Tech’s 2016 season with a rise of 12% 12%. The average ticket price for Virginia Tech Hokies football for the 2017 season is currently at $75, which is the highest ticket price compared to the last three seasons and a 2% rise from 2016.
(Data updated 9/21/2017)
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Virginia Tech Hokies Football at Lane Stadium Address: 285 Spring Rd, Blacksburg, Virginia, 24060
The Virginia Tech Hokies play their home games at Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, Virginia. It's known as one of the very loudest stadiums in the country, and in 2005, was voted as having the best home-field advantage by Rivals.com. Lane Stadium holds over 66,000 spectators. You'll be overwhelmed by the crowd at a Virginia Tech Hokies home game. The Virginia Tech Hokies home bench is on the Lane Stadium sideline with sections 2-20. Lane Stadium parking information is covered in our Hokies event guide.
Virginia Tech vs. Virginia
The Commonwealth Cup pits cross-state rivals together in Charlottesville and Balcksburg, where thus far the Hokies hold the all-time lead. Virginia has won only one time since the new millennium, while the emergence of Virginia Tech as a national powerhouse and title contender has made this rivalry more of big brother beating up on little brother than the Cavs would like.
Virginia Tech Hokies in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and ACC Championship
The Virginia Tech Hokies have a storied history, which includes 25 plus Bowl Games (12 wins), 4 ACC Titles and 3 Big East Titles. Despite the vacancy in the BCS National Title department, Bermuda Stadium, where the Hokies play on Bermuda Grass, packs out each and every week to root on the maroon and burnt orange. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the ACC Championship Game.
2016 Virginia Tech Football Preview
Virginia Tech’s 2015 season ended with a disappointing 6-6 regular season, but the Hokies were able to end on a high note with a win in the close game, 55-52, at Independence Bowl against Tulsa. Virginia Tech enters the 2016 season with a number of question marks. For the first time since 1986, the Hokies will have a new head coach, replacing Frank Beamer with head coach Justin Fuente. With a new head coach, there is predicted to be significant changes for Virginia Tech’s fall depth chart. The quarterback position is up for grabs as the style changes for the offensive side of the ball; Brenden Motley gained some experience filling in last season but there is competition with top-rated junior quarterback Jerod Evans. The offensive line will have 4 starters returning in 2016 and for the running back position there will be no upperclassman but the roster will rely on Marshawn Williams and Shai McKenzie. The defensive line has developed some large holes leaving defensive coordinator, Bud Foster, with the task to replace three-quarters of the Hokies defensive line. Top games in the 2016 Virginia Tech Hokies’ schedule with be against Tennessee, Georgia Tech, and in-state rival team Virginia Cavaliers. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Hokies at home games or supporting Virginia Tech on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Virginia Tech Hokies’ tickets, including home and away games.
2015 Virginia Tech Football Preview
Virginia Tech lost 5 games last season by a combined 20 points, leaving Hokies fans believing that the team is only a few plays away from being contenders in the ACC. Quarterback Michael Brewer returns for his junior season and looks to be much improved in 2015. Also returning to the Hokies this season is running back J.C. Coleman who will likely receive increased carries in 2015. As has been the case for many of Frank Beamer’s teams, the defense will be key to Virginia Tech’s chances. A defensive line that boasts 3 senior starters, including Corey Marshall, might be the best unit in the ACC Coastal division, and will be a focal point for the team. Virginia Tech welcomes defending the National Champion Ohio State Buckeyes to Blacksburg in the first week of the season. Other top games on the 2015 Virginia Tech Hokies schedule includes At Georgia Tech, and at home against Duke and North Carolina.
2014 Virginia Tech Football Preview
Frank Beamer’s squads at Virginia Tech have been so consistent over the years that when the Hokies finish a season with 8 wins, it is almost always an abnormality. Virginia Tech lost quarterback Logan Thomas, and star cornerback Kyle Fuller, and Antone Exum to the NFL draft following the 2013 season, and come into 2014 with question marks at those positions. But don’t count the Hokies out, Beamer has brought in a load of young talent, and junior quarterback Michael Brewer should have the offense mastered for the first kickoff. Look for the boys from Blacksburg to come out in typical Virginia Tech fashion, with outstanding special teams and stifling, fundamentally sound defense. We will know early what to expect from the Hokies as they travel on the road in week 2 to the Horseshoe to take on Ohio State. An October 4th matchup at North Carolina could be between the ACC Coastal Division’s top two teams.
2013 Virginia Tech Football Preview
The Virginia Tech Hokies finished 2012 with a winning record, but to many, the season was considered a disappointment. This is a testament to the standard of excellence that Frank Beamer has established since becoming the head coach. The Hokies are hoping the 3-game winning streak to end the season will catapult them into having a strong 2013. The defense will once again be the rock for Virginia Tech as nine starters return to a unit that ranked in the top 20 in the country. Senior quarterback Logan Thomas returns as the signal caller for an offense that will need to play much better in 2013.
The Hokies start the season by playing in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game at the Georgia Dome against the defending champions Alabama Crimson Tide. Blacksburg continues to be one of the most difficult places to play in college football and with six home games on the schedule, Lane Stadium will play a huge part in Virginia Tech’s success.
2011 Virginia Tech Football Preview
Few schools have been as consistent over the last decade as Virginia Tech. Under the guidance of head coach Frank Beamer, the Hokies have played in a bowl game every year since 1993 and dominated the ACC since joining in 2004. With a strong collection of young talent, there's no reason why Beamer can't once again lead his team to a conference title.
Although the Hokie offense has to replace the production of quarterback Tyrod Taylor, they certainly have a suitable fit in Logan Thomas. Not only does he have an impressive 6-foot-5 frame, but since he was originally recruited as a tight end he will be able to run with ease. As for his surrounding cast, running back Davis Wilson will lead the way and receiver Jarrett Boykin, who will provide an excellent target.
Virginia Tech is largely known for its defensive prowess, and fans shouldn't expect that to change this year. Although they will only return five starters, defensive coordinator Bud Foster certainly knows which holes to fill. This year, the biggest question mark on the Virginia Tech defense is on its defensive line, as it will be without its top performers from last year. However, their secondary and linebacking corps should pick up the slack.
2010 Virginia Tech Football Preview
It's all about momentum for the Virginia Tech Hokies football team. In 2008, the team captured its seventh conference championship, reigning over the ACC, and in 2009, head coach Frank Beamer fell into a second-place tie for the most wins among active coaches in Division I college football.
While it might take quite a few years to catch the leader, Joe Paterno, Beamer has the luxury of an experienced team with a slew of returning starters. And since the Hokies have received a bowl game bid in every season since 1993, these players know what's on the line in 2010.
Entering the new season, Virginia Tech returns two running backs who have each compiled more than 1,000 rushing yards in a single season. Darren Evans set school records as a freshman in 2008, running for 11 touchdowns and 1,265 yards - including 253 in a single game.
When Evans was out with an ACL tear last season, Ryan Williams stood in, scoring 21 TDs of his own. Teamed up with senior quarterback Tyrod Taylor and sound blocking receivers Jarrett Boykin and Dyrell Roberts, this two-headed attack is sure to shred opposing defenses.
2009 Virginia Tech Football Preview
The Virginia Tech Hokies have been one of the top teams in college football for well over a decade, but they have yet to win a National Title during that span. They played for one when Michael Vick led his team to the Sugar Bowl, but have yet to get that elusive crystal football. 2009 might the season that the Hokies and Head Coach Frank Beamer get over the hump. VaTech returns an impressive array of talent from 2008 including quarterback Tyrod Taylor. If Taylor can get the offense rolling, defensive coordinator Bud Foster gets the defense going and Beamer gets their special teams playing "Beamer Ball," then look out for the Hokies. Virginia Tech fans just might find themselves doing the Hokie Pokey in Pasadena in early January 2010.
2008 Virginia Tech Football Preview
The ACC's foremost contender for a national title is coming back in 2008, primarily concerned with filling holes left at the end of last year. Two quarterbacks will likely take control of this Virginia Tech team, substituting for each other because of each's unique abilities. Sean Glennon and Tyrod Taylor should give the Hokies enough power to make some offensive plays and win some games. However, it will be up to the defense to keep alive a weak returning offense.
Cornerbacks Brandon Flowers and Victor Harris are going to be the big defensive movers for this year's Hokies team. Head Coach Frank Beamer will have to rethink the defensive strategy, as he is losing two big-name linebackers and three defensive line starters. The strong secondary will have to make some big plays to keep the Hokies on their toes, and to give the new recruits an opportunity for some game experience.
The Virginia Tech Hokies football team is perennially one of the most competitive teams in college football. Head Coach Frank Beamer is ranked 3rd among active coaches in winning percentage. Only Bobby Bowden and Joe Paterno have better records. The Virginia Tech Hokies have made it to a bowl game every year since 1993, giving them the fourth longest postseason streak in the nation. Virginia Tech Hokies have five conference championships and played for a national championship in 2000, losing to the Florida State Seminoles in the Sugar Bowl.