The Coliseum will be operating at 100% fan capacity this fall, USC announced on Tuesday. The 77,500-seat stadium will host USC football fans in alignment with the “latest state guidance regarding indoor and outdoor live events and performances, as well as county, city and campus directives,” according to a statement from USC.
“We are beyond excited to welcome the Trojan Family back to the Coliseum for the first time since 2019,” athletic director Mike Bohn said in the statement. “Our home games were not the same last year, and the gameday experience at the Coliseum is so special primarily because of the fans. Our players and coaches can’t wait to see fans and family in the stands and that energy is a difference-maker for us on the field.”
Standout defender Drake Jackson welcomes USC fans back to the Coliseum.
The Trojans opened the spring showcase to 5,000 invited guests, including friends and family of players.
USC will exclusively us mobile ticketing, allowing fans to use tap-and-go access via their mobile wallet with tickets received via text message or email.
USC home football games are scheduled for Sept. 4 (San Jose State), Sept. 11 (Stanford), Sept. 25 (Oregon State), Oct. 9 (Utah), Oct. 30 (Arizona), Nov. 20 (UCLA) and Nov. 27 (BYU).