Division: NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision
Home Games: Stewart Stadium
Head Coach: Jay Hill
Conference: Big Sky Conference
Rival: Southern Utah Thunderbirds
Weber State Wildcats Football Tickets
The Weber State Wildcats football team represents Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. The team is a charter member of the Big Sky Conference, which was founded in 1963. The Weber State Wildcats played its first game in 1962 and was independent for one year before joining the Big Sky Conference. The football team first competed in the NCAA College Division until 1972 before moving to NCAA Division II from 1973 to 1977. Since 1978, the Wildcats have competed in the NCAA Division I-AA/FCS. The current head coach, Jay Hill, has led the Wildcats for five seasons so far. The team's all-time record is 268–280–3. The Weber State Wildcats have made six playoff appearances with a record of five wins and seven losses. The Wildcats have won five conference titles from 1965, 1968, 2008, 2017 and 2018. Be sure to grab your Weber State Wildcats Football tickets at StubHub so you don't miss any of the action.
How big is the Weber State Wildcats' stadium?
The Weber State Wildcats utilize an outdoor multi-purpose stadium, known as Stewart Stadium, for its home games. The stadium was renamed in 1998 as the Elizabeth Dee Shaw Stewart Stadium, which honored Stewart, who was a benefactor of the university and who passed in 1996. The stadium was built during the 1950s and was previously known as Wildcat Stadium. It expanded in 1966 and has a seating capacity of 17,312 people.
Where can I purchase Weber State Wildcats tickets?
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Who are some notable Weber State Wildcats alumni?
Many Weber State Wildcats alumni had successful careers. Carter Campbell, a former Wildcats defensive end and linebacker, went on to play for multiple NFL teams, including the San Francisco 49ers, the Denver Broncos and the New York Giants. Patrick McQuistan also was drafted into the NFL and played for the New Orleans Saints, Dallas Cowboys, Arizona Cardinals, Miami Dolphins and the Tennessee Titans. A few other notable former Weber State Wildcats players include Henry Reed, Bob Pollard, David Hale, Wade Davis and Jamie Martin.
Where is the Weber State Wildcats' stadium located?
Stewart Stadium is located in Ogden, Utah, at Weber State University. Ogden is approximately 10 miles east of the Great Salt Lake and 40 miles north of Salt Lake City. The stadium is owned and operated by the university. The field initially featured natural grass until 2011 when synthetic turf was installed.
Where can I see a Weber State Wildcats football game?
The Weber State Wildcats have multiple away games this season. The Wildcats will be heading to San Diego, Calif., and Reno, Nev., in September. In early October, the football team will play against the Idaho Vandals football team at the Kibbie Stadium in Moscow, Idaho. The Wildcats will also be visiting Yolo County, Calif., to play against the UC Davis Aggies at the UC Davis Health Stadium. In November, the team will play in Sacramento, Calif., and Missoula, Mont.Back to Top
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