It's safe to say fans are eager to return to Albertsons Stadium to cheer on the Broncos! This Saturday, April 10th, is Boise State's annual spring football game. Up to 6,300 fans are expected to be in attendance! Initially, 700 of those tickets were allocated for the general public and went on sale last Saturday. Those tickets were quick to sell out but luckily, more have just been made available!

Boise State Athletics announced last week that they are releasing a limited number of additional tickets to the general public for the team's Spring Game. The available tickets were reallocated from other group allotments in order to meet the high demand from the general public.

“We are absolutely thrilled to be able to welcome Bronco Nation back to Albertsons Stadium,” Boise State Director of Athletics Jeramiah Dickey said. “We are hopeful we will have a lot more fans in the stadium this fall, but for now, this is a great start.

Social distancing will be enforced in the stadium and masks will be required at all times unless actively eating or drinking. COVID testing will not be required for admittance to the Spring Game unlike they were last fall.

Boise State Athletics has cut the price of a ticket to the Spring Game in half with tickets now being only $5, hoping that fans will make a donation to The Idaho Foodbank. Albertsons Stadium will have collection bins at the entrances to the stadium on gameday and at the Albertsons Stadium Ticket Office the week leading up to the game.

The rest of the ticket sales from the Spring Game will go towards supporting BroncoBOLD, an on-campus initiative designed to champion the importance of mental health and wellness.

The Broncos will play at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 10, at Albertson Stadium.

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