WVU Home Football Schedule 2023

Let’s Go Mountaineers!

If your favorite season is football season, then you’re in the right place! Once again, the WVU Football players will put on their gold and blue uniforms and fans will take to the stands of Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium for the upcoming football season.

Don’t want to miss a game? Check out the home football schedule below and purchase your tickets and hotel rooms ahead of time. Discover all of the hotels and local businesses in Mountaineer Country, and don’t forget to save while you spend with our Mountaineer Deals!

Whether you want to attend the first game, the WVU Homecoming game or you want to host a tailgate this year, get in the spirit and get ready to cheer on the Mountaineers! Feel free to share your pictures and use #VisitMountaineerCountry and #MountaineerCountryYes for a chance to be featured on our social pages!

WVU vs. Duquesne
Sat. Sept. 9, 2023 | 6 p.m.

WVU vs. Pitt
Sat. Sept. 16, 2023 | 7:30 p.m.

WVU vs. Texas Tech*
Sat. Sept. 23, 2023 | TBD

WVU vs. Oklahoma State*
Sat. Oct. 21, 2023 | TBD

WVU vs. BYU*
Sat. Nov. 4, 2023 | TBD

WVU vs. Cincinnati*
Sat. Nov. 18, 2023 | TBD

*Big Twelve Game

The 2023 WVU Football Away Game Schedule

September 2: Penn State

September 30: TCU

October 12: Houston

October 28: UCF

November 11: University of Oklahoma

November 25: Baylor

In town and need a place to watch the away games? Check out these bars and restaurants in Mountaineer Country to catch all the action!

If you’re planning a trip to Mountaineer Country, check out the game day guide for visitors for more information about places to eat, park, and stay for WVU football games.

Flying in from out of town? The Morgantown Municipal Airport (MGW) offers daily flights on Southern Airways through both Pittsburgh Internal Airport (PIT) and Baltimore-Washington Airport (BWI). Learn more on our Transportation Guide.

5 Things to Know Before Game Day

It’s that time of year again! The first WVU Football weekend in Mountaineer Country is approaching quickly. Before you hit the country roads, take a look at these updates and reminders to help make your game day experience a great one.

Golf Cart Courtesy Shuttle

The Goodwill City Ambassadors, a community initiative that helps welcome visiting team fans and all visitors to Mountaineer Country, will be driving golf carts in various parking locations during game day for guests with a disability, as well as elderly or injured individuals.

(image via WVU Athletics)

These golf car shuttles are separate from ADA shuttle buses that drop off at the Southeast and Southwest gates. Guests will be picked up on a first-come, first-serve basis and there could be a wait time. Remember to dispose of open containers and tobacco before boarding the shuttle. Take a look at the map for shuttle locations and note that these are subject to change in the event of inclement weather.

Confused as to who will be driving the appropriate shuttle? Look for the folks in bright orange hats.

WVU Gameday App

This App is packed with features that enhance the gameday experience by including live game videos and audio, real-time social media feeds, the official game-day guide, and maps for home and away games. Download it today from the App Store!

Rideshare Lot

In order to accommodate guests needing transportation pickups, WVU Athletics has created a designated “Rideshare Lot” for all vehicles to park in while waiting for the rider. This lot will be at United Bank on Elmer Prince Dr. behind the WVU Alumni Center.

Continuation of the Clear Bag Policy

WVU’s approved bags include a clear shoulder bag (many sold in and around Mountaineer Country specifically for the game), a small clutch bag that fits in your hand, a plastic storage bag such as a one-gallon freezer bag, and a chairback. Visit WVU Sports for more policy information.

(image via WVU Athletics)

Water Monsters

If temperatures are too hot outside for comfort, WVU Athletics will be supplying large water stations (“water monsters”) at four corners within Milan Puskar Stadium for guests to receive free cups of water.

Looking for more fun things to do during your game day weekend? Head on over to our events page to see what’s going on in Mountaineer Country.

Make sure to share your game day experience with us by tagging #VisitMountaineerCountry in your social posts! Let’s go, Mountaineers!

Frequently Asked Questions

How much are season tickets for WVU football?

WVU Football Season tickets are priced at $399. An additional gift to the Mountaineer Athletic Club (MAC) annual fund is required for certain seating locations. For complete seating information and to see the Milan Puskar Stadium seating chart, visit WVUsports.com

Do WVU students get football tickets?

Currently enrolled WVU students are eligible to receive one (1) student ticket to a regular season football home game. Students must register online at www.wvugame.com to become eligible.

Has WVU ever won a national championship in football?

WVU Football ranks 14th among NCAA FBS programs that have never claimed nor won a national championship. The WVU Mountaineer Football program competes in the Big 12 Conference and ended their 2018 season with a record of 752-495-45.

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