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Tickets go on sale for Kentucky WBB’s games at Rupp tomorrow

The Kentucky Women’s Basketball team plays in Rupp Arena twice this season, hosting Alabama on Jan. 28 and Tennessee on Feb. 11. Beginning tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. ET, you can purchase tickets to both games on Ticketmaster.com.

Tickets are $10 for reserved seating and should be purchased in advance with all fans required to have a ticket for entry, regardless of age. UK students can pick up one free ticket per game beginning one hour prior to tip at the Rupp Arena Box Office as supplies last. With limited capacity this season, UK faculty and staff must purchase a ticket for entry. Current season ticket holders will receive preassigned tickets loaded into their My UK Account. Rupp Arena doors will open one hour prior to tip for both games and parking around Rupp Arena is available for $20. Attendance is still being limited to 15% of normal arena capacity.

The Alabama game on Thursday, Jan. 28 will tip off at 6:30 p.m. and air on the SEC Network, while the Tennessee game will tip at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 11 and stream on SEC Network+ through the WatchESPN app. Darren Headrick will have the call for both games on the UK Sports Network.

Kyra Elzy’s squad is 9-3 this season and coming off back-to-back losses to Texas A&M and South Carolina, both top ten teams. Tomorrow night, they play at Auburn. The game tips at 8:30 p.m. and can be seen on the SEC Network.

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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3 Comments for Tickets go on sale for Kentucky WBB’s games at Rupp tomorrow



  1. stx1968
    5:25 pm January 13, 2021 Permalink

    I don’t understand this. Tickets are $10, so there clearly isn’t much demand for seeing the ladies play in Rupp. Is this just done to make them feel special or what? People have been clamoring for years to see the men play in memorial again, did they just misunderstand that desire and do the opposite by mistake?



    • Mrs. Tyler Thompson
      5:32 pm January 13, 2021 Permalink

      The reason they’re playing in Rupp this year is to help free up the schedule at Memorial Coliseum for volleyball and gymnastics, which just started their seasons.



    • stx1968
      10:14 pm January 13, 2021 Permalink

      I may be wrong, I don’t follow the sport, but don’t they play Tennessee at Rupp semi consistently?