How to purchase football game tickets for Cy-Fair ISD's 2020 season

With stadium capacity limits in place during the 2020 football season, social distancing and face mask policies will be implemented at all games. (Courtesy Cy-Fair ISD)
With stadium capacity limits in place during the 2020 football season, social distancing and face mask policies will be implemented at all games. (Courtesy Cy-Fair ISD)

With stadium capacity limits in place during the 2020 football season, social distancing and face mask policies will be implemented at all games. (Courtesy Cy-Fair ISD)

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Due to state regulations and stadium capacity limit guidelines from the University Interscholastic League, Cy-Fair ISD’s ticketing procedures will look different for the 2020 football season.

Season tickets will not be sold this year, but season tickets from 2019 may be rolled over to the 2021 season for potential reward, officials said in a press release. Instead, tickets will be sold on a week-to-week basis, and seating capacity will be limited at both Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union and Pridgeon stadiums.

Tickets will be sold by section as general admission, and the number of tickets available may vary by school depending on social distancing requirements at www.cy-fairtix.com.

Presale tickets will be $7 for adults and $4 for students. Parents of athletes, band, cheer and drill team members can purchase tickets on Sunday and Monday prior to each game. A student ID number is required to purchase tickets during this time.

  • Two tickets per student ID number will be available for Bridgeland, Cypress Woods, Cypress Ranch and Cy-Fair high school games.

  • Three tickets per student ID number will be available for Cypress Creek and Jersey Village high school games.

  • Four tickets per student ID number will be available for Cypress Falls, Cypress Lakes, Cypress Park, Cypress Ridge, Cypress Springs and Langham Creek high school games.


Student section tickets will be available beginning Tuesday prior to each game at the campus ticket offices. Eighty tickets will be available at Pridgeon Stadium, and 90 tickets will be available at CFFCU Stadium, officials said.

Remaining tickets from sections not utilized by fine arts students will be available on Tuesday until three hours before game time at presale prices. Those who purchased tickets during the first round of Sunday-Monday sales may be able to purchase up to eight additional tickets depending on availability.


Ticket booths will open at each stadium one hour before game time. QR codes will be posted in the stadium parking lot for attendees to purchase tickets online and avoid waiting in lines. District, faith-based leader and senior passes will not be accepted.

Face coverings will be required by all game attendees, and social distancing will be implemented. Games will be broadcast live at www.texanlive.com.

For more information, call the athletic department at 281-894-3980.
By Danica Lloyd
Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper as a Cy-Fair reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a journalism degree from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She covers education, local government, business, demographic trends, real estate development and nonprofits.


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