UK-SoccerComplex-logoLEXINGTON, Ky. (7/28/14) — The University of Kentucky men’s and women’s soccer programs announced ticket plans for the 2014 home season, it’s first in the newly constructed Wendell & Vickie Bell Soccer Complex.

New for the 2014 season, fans can purchase a men’s and women’s season ticket package for $30, which will admit fans into all 19 home matches. Fans can purchase their season tickets on ticketmaster.com.

For single-match tickets, fans can purchase seats for $5 for adults (19-64 years old), $2 for youth (6-18) and seniors (65+) with fans five and under receiving free admission. Single match tickets go on sale Aug. 11.

The Wendell & Vickie Bell Soccer Complex will officially open Aug. 31 with a dedication ceremony at 12 p.m. ET. Additionally, the stadium dedication will offer facility tours, youth clinics, face painting and more for all fans in attendance.

There will be free admission to all opening weekend matches, which feature two women’s matches (Francis Marion Friday and Ohio Sunday) and one men’s match against Belmont Sunday afternoon.

The Wendell & Vickie Bell Soccer Complex will house separate facilities for the men's and women's programs, including new team rooms, player lounges, locker areas, coaches offices, press box and a gorgeous new grandstand. Combined with the 2011 additions of a $100,000 playing surface, a new video tower and a video board, it will immediately set the standard for college soccer facilities.

If local youth teams are interested in being part of the UK Soccer gameday experience, they should contact the UK Marketing offices at (859) 257-8022.

Link to purchase season tickets: http://bit.ly/1Aqnr7H. For continuing coverage of UK soccer, log on to UKathletics.com.

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