GUNTER TIGER ATHLETICS

** Presently our tickets at Gunter home games are being sold at the gates.

State Championship Game Information

Info (stated below)

Code 3ADIIN

3A - DIVISION II - STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

GUNTER TIGERS VS FRANKLIN LIONS

AT&T Stadium - 7 PM

PURCHASING TICKETS: The UIL and AT&T Stadium has transitioned to ONLINE TICKETS.

Ticket sales will begin at 12:00 Noon on Sunday, December 12th using SeatGeek. https://seatgeek.com/

• It is recommended to Download the SeatGeek App to purchase your tickets on your mobile device. SeatGeek (Apple) | SeatGeek (Android)

NOTE: Online discount tickets do not have an option to print

General Admission Ticket Prices:

  • Using the School Code: $15

  • Not using the School Code: $20

• Please use this code when purchasing your tickets. It is specific to Gunter: 3ADIIN

• Complimentary admission will be allowed to members of the Texas High School Coaches Association and/or the Texas Six Man Coaches Association. The THSCA/TSMCA member is required to show their membership card and a picture ID at gate A to enter. Only the THSCA/TSMCA member is allowed free admission. Any guest with the cardholder must purchase a ticket.

• Gates open 1 hour prior to the first game of the day.

PARKING

Parking is only available for purchase on event day, not in advance. All parking is credit card only. There is NO cash parking at AT&T Stadium. **$20.00 per car.

FAN INFORMATION – Please take time to read the AT&T Stadium rules for fans in this attachment. Information included: Bag Policy, Banners, Noisemakers, Tailgating and Post-Game instructions. https://5il.co/131da

Athletic Office

Jake Fieszel, Athletic Director
jfieszel@gunterisd.org

Katie Stinton, Assistant Athletic Director
kstinton@gunterisd.org

Linda Mazerolle, Athletic Secretary
lmazerolle@gunterisd.org

Athletic Office: 903-433-1542 EXT 316

Gunter Tiger Fan Club: guntertigerfanclub.org

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Campus Level Sports

Elementary School

Students at this level take physical education courses and learn the basics and beginning skills of sports.

Middle School Athletics

Students in grades 7 and 8 are able to participate in cross country, football, volleyball, cheerleading, basketball, and track.

High School Athletics

Students in grades 9 - 12 are able to participate in cross country, cheerleading, football, volleyball, basketball, baseball, softball, track, swimming, wrestling, golf, and tennis.