CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – As a result of Virginia’s win over Virginia Tech, the Cavaliers have advanced to the 2019 ACC championship game. Virginia, the ACC Coastal Division champion, will meet Clemson, the ACC Atlantic Division champion on Saturday, Dec. 7 at 7:30 p.m. at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC.
“You have to win your division before you can win the conference championship,” head coach Bronco Mendenhall said. “Those have to happen to have a quality football program. Quality means not just regionally, but it does mean nationally and it does mean one that can be respected for not only what is happening on the field but the type of student or scholar-athlete that come and the standards that are set. It’s not an accident that we’re going. We don’t intend just to take a trip to see what it looks like. We’re going to go try and win the game. That’s what our players want and that’s what we’ll work to do.”
ACC championship game tickets in Virginia’s designated seating sections are on sale now at UVATix.com and open to all Cavalier fans, including Virginia Athletics Foundation donors, football season ticket holders, UVA students and the public. All fans are encouraged to purchase tickets now as seat locations are assigned at the time of purchase.
All tickets in UVA’s seat block are in the club level or lower level and VAF donors and football season ticket holders receive access to premium seat locations based on VAF Priority Points. https://wahoowa.net/19_ACC_FB_Seating
Tickets range in price from $75-$250 and there is an additional $8 per ticket processing fee.
All Cavalier fans are asked to purchase ACC football championship game tickets from Virginia Athletics at UVATix.com.
For more information on the ACC championship game and Virginia’s possible bowl destinations, click here.