Which do you prefer? The snap of leaves under your feet on a crispy fall afternoon or the tension in the air as Drew Kyser snaps the ball for what could be the winning run of the game?

We have some good news for you: Starting on Saturday, Sept. 1, you won’t have to choose. That’s right, another exciting year of University of Memphis Tiger football is coming up fast, with season tickets available now and single-game tickets going on sale in August.

First up, Georgia’s Mercer University meets the University of Memphis at the home opener on Sept. 1 at 6 p.m. Kroger stores will be selling $10 discounted tickets for the game in August.

2017: A hard act to follow

Last year, the Memphis Tigers not only took the American Athletic West Division Championship first-place trophy but beat Navy for the first time in the school’s history! Even with an early kickoff against 27-mph winds and a delayed start due to lightning in the fourth quarter, the Tigers defeated SMU for the 2017 conference win.

2018 Tigers football schedule

Saturday,
Sept. 1
  Mercer Bears
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Memphis, TN
6 p.m. CT
ESPN3
Saturday,
Sept. 8
  at Navy Midshipmen
Navy-Marine Corps Mem. Stadium, Annapolis, MD
2:30 p.m. CT
CBSSN
Friday,
Sept. 14
  Georgia State Panthers
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Memphis, TN
6 p.m. CT
ESPN
Saturday,
Sept. 22
   South Alabama Jaguars
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Memphis, TN
Time TBA
TV TBA
Friday,
Sept. 28
   at Tulane Green Wave
Yulman Stadium, New Orleans, LA
7 p.m. CT
ESPN
Saturday,
Oct. 6
   UConn Huskies
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Memphis, TN
Time TBA
TV TBA
Saturday,
Oct. 13
   UCF Knights
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Memphis, TN
Time TBA
TV TBA
Saturday,
Oct. 20
   at Missouri Tigers
Faurot Field, Columbia, MO
Time TBA
TV TBA
Saturday,
Oct. 27
   OFF
Saturday,
Nov. 3
   at East Carolina Pirates
Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium, Greenville, NC
Time TBA
TV TBA
Saturday,
Nov. 10
   Tulsa Golden Hurricane
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Memphis, TN
Time TBA
TV TBA
Friday,
Nov. 16
   at SMU Mustangs
Gerald J. Ford Stadium, Dallas, TX
8 p.m. CT
ESPN2
Friday,
Nov. 23
   Houston Cougars
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Memphis, TN
Time TBA
TV TBA
Saturday,
Dec. 1
   The American Championship
Hosted by East or West Division winner.
Time TBA
ABC/ESPN

 

Don’t miss another season in Memphis

Whether you’re in town for a football game, a business trip, a vacation or something else, be sure to make time to check out the sights and sounds of Memphis. There’s no shortage of things to do in these parts, no matter what season you visit. Here are some of our favorites:

  • An October riverboat ride on the historic Mississippi River is the perfect way to see the city without melting in the process.
  • As the temperature plummets, get a head start on your holiday shopping at Memphis’ wide variety of neighborhood marketplaces and urban malls.
  • Memphis has more than 160 parks and green spaces, which means you can spend every spring weekend outdoors. In fact, Memphis is home to one of the largest urban parks in the country, Shelby Farms Park.
  • Get in touch with your wild side as you stroll around the Memphis Zoo on sunny days.

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