Football Season Ticket Information

2017 Football Season Ticket Information

Get your tickets online, or contact the Huskie Athletics office today to renew your season tickets for the upcoming football season at 306-966-1111 or by email at

Premium seats available in sections 110 / 111 / 112.

The Huskies will once again man the East sidelines of Griffiths Stadium in PotashCorp Park in 2017. Please refer to the stadium seating map for all information on sections.


The Best Fans


Huskie Football is blessed with fans from coast-to-coast who come out in droves to cheer on the Huskies. Whether it's a sold out game at Griffith's Stadium in PotashCorp Park, or while on the road from city to city, the Huskie following is the strongest in the CIS.

Rivalries dating back to 1912


Huskie Football is one of the longest standing sporting traditions in Saskatoon. Dating back to 1912 the University of Saskatchewan has fielded a team and been a place for the community to come together for over 100 years. This long history has created storied rivalries across Western Canada.



With over 100 years of history behind us traditions such as the Toga Run and singing Sweet Caroline have formed within the fan base, making the game day experience unique for fans of all ages.

Explosive Atmosphere 


The Huskies provide a game day experience like no other in the CIS. Themed games such as the Blackout game and Support the Troops are filled with the likes of a spectacular half time firework show, free glow sticks, armed forces jets, and a salute to the troops to name a few!

Rally Alley


As a new addition to the gameday experience fans can join us before the game to listen to free entertainment, play games, win prizes and enjoy a variety of food and drink choices in the field beside Griffiths Stadium. Come after work for dinner and a drink before cheering on your Huskies!


Huskie Pep Band


Have you noticed the loud and proud Huskie Band playing classic favorites such as ‘Sweet Caroline’ in the stands at Huskie Football Games? This group of musicians has changed frequently since it’s first performance in 2008, but has maintained it’s peppy, upbeat and fun loving attitude for the enjoyment of the fans! Next time you see them, sing along!



Since the late 1970’s Howler the Huskie can been seen hanging out with fans at Football games, however, the original U of S mascots were live husky dogs! In the 1980’s the Huskie was generally accepted as the official mascot and appeared on the men’s hockey team sweaters.

Huskies in the CFL


The U of S Huskies have had a large number of their players move on to play professional football. A grand total of 58 Huskies have been drafted by the CFL including Dan Farthing (1991), Kelly Bates (2001), Ben Heenan (first overall 2012), and most recently Emmett Tims (2015).

Football is a Family Event


A true love for Huskie Football runs deep for some families.