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TXWES football honors essential workers at first home game, Sept. 4
This event is open to the public

08.25.2021 | By: Texas Wesleyan University

Football at TXWES is back! The Rams have been hard at work getting ready – now all they need are the fans.

Join us at our first home TXWES football game of the season on Saturday, September 4! The Rams will kick off at 12 p.m. against the Arizona Christian University Firestorm at Farrington Field (1501 University Dr). TXWES football snagged the 7th spot in the NAIA Sooner Athletic Conference preseason poll and look forward to a successful year on the field.

TXWES supports our essential workers and they will receive free admission into the game! Just show your professional ID at the gate on game day to receive your free ticket. (Not available online.)

Essential workers include any and all critical workers in the public and private sector including but not limited to: first responders, health care workers, educators, food service employees, etc. 

For more information on TXWES football game days and to purchase tickets, visit ramsports.net/gameday.

Want a full gameday experience? Check out our pregame activities below!

  • Tailgating is allowed in the parking lot on the east side of Farrington Field. In fall 2021, fans are encouraged to enjoy the Ram Zone hosted by the Texas Wesleyan Ram Club, opening 2 hours prior to kick-off in the east parking lot on game days. No open flames or alcohol are permitted. The Ram Zone will feature music, prizes, giveaways, and visits from the Ram Band, Willie the Ram mascot, cheerleaders and Gold Line dance team.
  • Join us for our new tradition before the game, the Ram Walk! 20 minutes before kickoff, Ram fans are invited to line the north rim of the stadium-opposite the scoreboard-to hype up our players before they take the field.
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