FREE Admission to USF Bulls’ Game for First Responders and High School Football Players

The University of South Florida will host their second home game of the season this Friday night at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. The USF Bulls are eager to return home to their fans after their matchup against the UConn Huskies was cancelled last week due to Hurricane Irma.

In appreciation for all of the First Responders that worked countless hours during Hurricane Irma, the USF Bulls are offering FREE admission to all First Responders and their families (up to 4 people) to watch the Bulls take on the Illinois Illini. All who wish to partake in this offer should bring their Department ID Card to the Raymond James South Plaza Will Call Ticket Window with the ID or a copy of the ID on Friday night before the game.

The USF Bulls are also offering FREE admission to Florida High School Football Players who have missed two weeks of playing time due to Hurricane Irma as part of #BayMadeYouth Football night on Friday. Coaches who wish to bring their teams to the game on Friday night will have to pre-register to obtain admission, by emailing Mike Giglio at or Lacey King at before 12:00pm on Friday, September 15, 2017. They will give specific instructions on how to get the tickets for you and your team.