Want to see HS football in person? Here’s how to get (very limited) tickets this fall

With Governor Murphy’s limit on outdoor gatherings still at 500 people, attendance at high school football games this fall will be extremely limited.

Of course, those who can’t get in can hear nine regular season games broadcast LIVE on Central Jersey Sports Radio by clicking the big green play button on our website. But for those who want to see the action in person, each school will have their own ticket policy for this season.

By state policy, spectators at all games are required to wear face coverings at all times, unless doing so would inhibit the spectator’s health. Social distancing should be maintained unless seated with immediate family.

Scroll down to find the home school of the game you would like to attend, and read their ticket policy. Please note we will add to this list as more information comes in from area schools. Please email us at info@cjsportsradio.com if you would like us to post your school’s football ticket policy.

Bound Brook: A limit of 500 tickets will be made available for each game through an electronic ticketing system using Venmo for payments (username: @bbhscrusaders). Spectators will be provided wristbands at the door upon arrival. Limited tickets will be available at the door. Tickets are $5 each. Full ticket policy here.

Elizabeth: No tickets will be sold to the general public for any home game at Williams Field. Attendance will be limited to family members of players, who will be given an allotment of bracelets, distributed at the athletic office. Family members must enter at Green Street.

Middlesex: Each participant, home and away, including (football players and cheerleaders) will be issued two tickets for their parents and/or guardians. Road team tickets will be issued to the road school’s athletic department for distribution. Admission is free, but spectators must have a valid ticket for admission.

Phillipsburg: There will be no season tickets issued at Maloney Stadium for the 2020 season. There will be no general admission either; only parents of players and cheerleaders – and the rather large band of nearly 170 members – will be permitted inside. P’burg Cheer – according to their Twitter account – is accepting orders at $35 apiece to place fans’ cardboard cutouts in the stands.

Somerville: There will be 300 tickets reserved for Somerville fans, and 200 tickets reserved for fans of the road team, with two tickets allowed per student-athlete for their families or friends.

Summit: The Athletic Departments at Summit and visiting schools will distribute Admission Vouchers, which must be handed over at the gate along with the ticket price of $4. Only exact change will be accepted. Two vouchers will be given to each football player, cheerleader and band member. 300 tickets will be available for Summit; 200 for visitors.

Woodbridge: All families of sophomores, juniors and seniors on the football, cheer/dance team and band members will be allotted two pre-printed tickets to each home game. Tickets must be acquired in advance. Visiting schools will distribute their allotment of tickets.

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