The city of San Antonio is no stranger to professional football. Though it’s never had an NFL team, San Antonio has hosted World League, Arena League and USFL teams as recently as 2014. The Alliance of American Football’s San Antonio Commanders are the latest to come to town.
Members of a new eight-team professional football league that seeks to fill the void between the end of the NFL season and summer, the Commanders kicked off last weekend at the Alamodome with a victory against San Diego.
Designed to take advantage of regional talent, the Commanders’ roster includes players from many well-known Texas college football teams, including Baylor, Texas Christian and Texas A&M. Quarterback Logan Woodside was the MAC Player of the Year in 2017, and brings a fiery enthusiasm to the Commanders’ offense.
The team is coached by former Chargers coach Mike Riley.
With four games remaining, below is a look at ticket options for Commanders games.
For fans wanting to get be part of all the action, season-ticket holders enjoy extras like access to team events, discounts on team merchandise, discounted tickets, and right of first refusal for playoff tickets. Season-ticket holders will be invited to behind-the-scenes events and have the opportunity to meet players and coaches throughout the season. The Commanders have pro-rated packages starting at $60 still available.
SINGLE GAME TICKETS
Single-game tickets start as low as $14 and are available through the AAF’s primary market ticket vendor, Ticketmaster, for the team’s four remaining home games. Cheap tickets still remain for Sunday’s game against Orlando, the second home game of the season.
The Commanders have five levels of premium tickets available, including luxury suites on the Club level, which include a food-and-beverage catering option. For fans needing single seats rather than suites, the Commanders are offering seats in the Touchdown Club, which is located on the field next to the tunnel and has all-inclusive food and beverage; Hall of Fame Club, which is located in the first 18 rows between 30-yard lines, has all-inclusive food and soft drinks, and offers a cash bar; Club Level seats, which have cushioned seats and shorter lines for concessions and rest rooms; and the HEB Tailgate Zone, which are lower-level seats that include access to an all-you-can-eat pregame.
Whether you need group tickets for a celebration or as part of a fundraiser, the Commanders offer discounts for groups of 10 more. Group-ticket holders also have access to the Commander’s “Fan Experience Packages.” Fans can get information about group tickets here.