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Georgia Bulldogs Women's Basketball Tickets

Prepare yourself for another thrilling season of Georgia basketball and purchase your Georgia Women's Basketball tickets today. Playing in their state-of-the-art home venue, the Stegeman Coliseum, you can find the Bulldogs proudly representing the University of Georgia in their iconic red and black jerseys at every home game.

Fueling the excitement is that as members of the elite South Eastern Conference, fans can expect the Bulldogs to regularly take on other exceptionally talented opposition like the Florida Gators and the Kentucky Wildcats.

The Bulldogs women's basketball program has been active since the 1973-74 season. However, for most of their first decade as an official varsity sport, their play was rather underwhelming. In their first season, they would end with an abysmal 3-13 record, while going 37-85 during their first six seasons. But a dramatic shift would commence with the hiring of Andy Landers in 1979, who would transform the program almost overnight and make Georgia Women’s Basketball tickets more popular than ever before.

In his first year as head coach, he would immediately lead the Bulldogs to a winning season, and by his third season, they were already NCAA Tournament participants. Suddenly the Bulldogs found themselves as postseason regulars under Landers, advancing all the way to the Sweet Sixteen, Elite Eight and Final Four numerous times during his 36-year tenure. In 1985 and 1996 he would even lead the Bulldogs all the way to the championship game, solidifying their status as one of the most competitive and compelling teams in NCAA women’s basketball, a reputation which they still hold on to today.

Georgia Women's Basketball Ticket Prices

Several variables will affect Georgia Bulldogs Women's Basketball ticket prices. The most important is the level of demand for a given contest. Non-conference games between little-known teams can be fairly inexpensive while tickets to the NCAA Tournament or NIT can be much more expensive. Conference tournaments and other conference contests can be a happy medium for fans who want to watch quality hoops without breaking the bank. 

How much are Georgia Women's Basketball tickets?

Courtside and premium seats will cost much more while spots in the upper levels of an arena are typically more affordable. Typically, courtside seats for a conference game will be over $100 per ticket.

Costs can rise in the postseason. The average men’s March Madness ticket for first and second-round contests carried a cost of $173 while prices rose to as high as $135 for women’s games. Women’s Final Four and Championship tickets usually start around $114 while prices can rise as high as $1200. Men’s Final Four tickets will run around $555 for just the semifinals and $349 for only the title game.

Early season tournaments like the NIT Season Tip-off will usually cost between $19 and $172. NIT tickets for the upper level of Madison Square Garden will be the cheapest with costs usually in the $19 to $35 range. The Preseason WNIT, which features many of the best women’s basketball teams in the nation, will usually have costs between $15 and $50. WNIT Tickets will change in cost depending on which team is hosting too.

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Georgia Women's Basketball Schedule

From the season-opening Champions Classic to March Madness, the college basketball season is always full of exciting games. Teams open their seasons in November with non-conference contests and tournaments. The Maui Invitational and Gulf Coast Showcase are two of the top early-season tournaments. The season moves into conference play in December and January before conference tournaments take place in early March. The WNIT, NIT and NCAA Tournaments will take place in March and April.

When do Georgia Women's Basketball tickets go on sale?

Most regular-season college basketball tickets will go on sale in June or July after schedules are released for the upcoming season. Early season tournaments like the Maui Invitational will usually start selling tickets as soon as they announce the field and dates for the next event. Postseason seats will be available as soon as the NCAA and NIT selection committees announce tournament fields. Use TicketSmarter’s up-to-date schedule to snag Georgia Bulldogs Women's Basketball tickets as soon as they are available. 

Georgia Bulldogs Women's Basketball Seating Chart

Most men’s and women’s basketball programs share an on-campus arena. Facilities typically have seating for between 7,000 and 11,000 fans. Courtside seats provide an up-close-and-personal view of the game, while more affordable spots are usually found in the upper levels. Look for seats near the half court line for the best view of the game. Use TicketSmarter’s interactive seating chart to snag the best Georgia Bulldogs Women's Basketball tickets available for both home and road contests.

TicketSmarter's seating map tools will have accurate Georgia Bulldogs Women's Basketball seating charts for every home and away game on the schedule.  Stegeman Coliseum at 100 Smith St., Athens, GA serves as the home arena for Georgia Women's Basketball games. Stegeman Coliseum offers fans a fun and exciting college basketball experience for all Bulldogs home games.

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