When the Arizona Hotshots kick off their in their inaugural Alliance of American Football season, a familiar face will be pacing the sidelines. On the West Coast, Rick Neuheisel is a household name, at least in football households. Former coach at Colorado, Washington and UCLA, Neuheisel retired from coaching at the start of the decade, but he’ll be on the sidelines again come February.
The Hotshots will debut on Sunday, February 10, when they host the Salt Lake Stallions at 4 p.m. ET at Sun Devil Stadium. The game will be the last of four on the league’s inaugural weekend. AAF teams will each play 10 regular-season games between February 9-April 14.
In the league’s quarterback draft, the Hotshots snagged two athletic quarterbacks in Wake Forest’s John Wolford and Texas A&M’s Trevor Knight.
With the season less than eight weeks away, here’s a look at ticket options to see the Hotshots.
Starting as low as $75, Arizona season ticket holders enjoy myriad benefits, including discounted merchandise, playoff ticket priority and invitations to exclusive fan experiences year round. Season tickets are at 25 percent discount over single-game tickets.
Single-game tickets are available on the primary market for all five regular-season games at Sun Devil Stadium, and start as low as $20. Seats closer to the action are more expensive. For the season opener, primary market ticket partner Ticketmaster has Seat 12, Row 6 in Section 29 at the 50-yard line available for $200.
Businesses, organizations and schools can get in on the action through group ticket sales, which are available at a discounted price. Group tickets allow everyone in your party to sit together and come at a discount. In addition, you’ll be assigned a dedicated representative to help with your plans. Group tickets also come with access to exclusive fan experiences, and fund-raising opportunities can be organized.
If luxury is what you’re looking for to entertain or impress clients, the Hotshots have three options, ranging from lounge seating to premium seating. In the climate-controlled lounge areas, referred to as "Club 113," ticket holders will get in-game snacks and soft drinks, access to purchase wine and beer from full-service bars, and video screens throughout to follow the game and see replays up close. In addition, fans can take part in the team’s premium pregame tailgate experience. For those wanting to be closer to the action, the “Diamond 50” premium tickets put fans at the 50-yard line and allow them access to the pre-game tailgate party while the “Copper 11” package includes loge-level seats in the end zone and a $25 concession voucher.