Penn State football season ticket renewals underway

December 12, 2013

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Nittany Lion Club members can begin renewing their Penn State football season tickets for the 2014 season online.

Coach Bill O’Brien’s Nittany Lions will play seven games in Beaver Stadium in 2014, including visits from two Big Ten teams playing in 2013-14 BCS games: Ohio State (Oct. 25) and Michigan State (Nov. 29; Senior Day). Big Ten opponents Northwestern (Sept. 27; Homecoming) and Maryland (Nov. 1), who joins the Big Ten, along with Rutgers, on July 1, also visit Beaver Stadium next season. The Nittany Lions and Terrapins will be playing for the first time since 1993 and will annually meet as Big Ten East Division rivals.

Nittany Lion Club members can log into their Penn State Account Manager and view their 2014 season ticket invoice. Fans can remit their ticket payment or take advantage of their choice of two payment plan options, even if they are considering making a change in seating location via Virtual Venue.

New in 2014, if Nittany Lion Club members have not yet made their required donation, they will be able to do so from Penn State Account Manager. Penn State season ticket holders will have an opportunity online to add season tickets and parking passes for the 2014 campaign. Nittany Lion Club members can pay for their 2014 season tickets with a VISA, MasterCard, AMEX or Discover card or receive an invoice in the mail.

The Nittany Lion Club donation deadline and the deadline for participation in the Beaver Stadium Virtual Venue Seat Selection is Feb. 1.

Penn State season ticket holders who have questions about renewing their season tickets, should call the Customer Relations weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 800-NITTANY or send an email to

During the 2013 season, Penn State’s loyal and passionate fans kept the Nittany Lions ranked in the top 5 nationally in average home attendance for the 23rd consecutive season. Penn State fans boosted the overall attendance for the Nittany Lions’ four Big Ten home games this past season by 10,573 from 2012, an average increase of 2,643 per game.

Penn State fans, including the energetic, sold-out student section of 21,400-strong, have played a vital role in helping the Nittany Lions post a 52-12 on-field home record since 2005, including a 10-4 mark under O’Brien.

Penn State has won 15 of its last 22 games under second-year coach O'Brien. The Nittany Lions return 16 starters for the 2014 season (eight offense, seven defense, one specialist), which begins Aug. 30 vs. No. 15 UCF in the Croke Park Classic in Dublin.

For information on joining the Nittany Lion Club and purchasing 2014 season tickets, as well as club seating in Beaver Stadium, fans can visit or call 800-NITTANY from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays.

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Last Updated December 16, 2013