Tennessee, Virginia Tech tickets for Battle at Bristol sold out; limited premium areas available

BRISTOL, TN (WJHL) – Tickets to the biggest game in the history of college football have been sold out.

University of Tennessee and Virginia Tech have sold all of their allotted 40,000 tickets each for the Battle at Bristol, both schools confirmed Wednesday afternoon. According to Knox News, 150,000 tickets have been sold for the battle on the tracks.

Bristol Motor Speedway officials say there are still some premium seats available.

“We love all the fan enthusiasm around the Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol,” said Jerry Caldwell, executive vice president and general manager for Bristol Motor Speedway. “We continue to fulfill existing orders and have far more demand for tickets than supply. BMS has a limited number of premium areas still available for purchase.”

For more information on how you can obtain a premium ticket, click here to access BMS’ website for more details.

The big game will be played on September 10.