NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Season tickets are now available for the 2021-22 Vanderbilt men’s and women’s basketball seasons.
In addition to the best value and the best seats for every home game at Memorial Gymnasium, season ticket holders receive discounts at shop.vucommodores.com and the first chance at mini plans and single-game tickets before the general public.
Since a portion of each season ticket purchase will include a gift to the National Commodore Club, every season ticket holder will be recognized as a valued NCC member. To learn more about the membership, click here.
Women’s season tickets start at $50, and Mr. C’s Kids Club members receive free admission to women’s basketball games. Men’s season tickets start at $200. Tickets can be paid for in full or spread out with monthly payments. Season-long parking passes are also available for purchase.
The deadline to renew season tickets is Sept. 28.
Season ticket holders will also have the option to donate unused tickets to local Nashville organizations. Details will be shared with buyers ahead of the season.
Capacity at Memorial Gym is expected to be 100 percent. Please note that COVID-19 protocols and capacity limitations are subject to change depending on guidance from public health experts. Further details will be provided closer to the start of the season.
The Vanderbilt men welcome back leading scorer and All-SEC first-team selection Scotty Pippen Jr. and returning starter Jordan Wright. A pair of experienced graduate transfers and three incoming four-star freshmen are also aboard for head coach Jerry Stackhouse’s third season at the helm of the Commodores.
The Vanderbilt women are set to begin their first season under the direction of new head coach Shea Ralph. The Commodores return standout seniors Jordyn Cambridge and Brinae Alexander as well as a deep junior class and five newcomers.
Full 2021-22 schedules for both teams will be announced at a later date.