The College of the Canyons football program will return home to Cougar Stadium at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15 vs. Santa Barbara City College, in the first of five regular-season games slated for the 2018 campaign.
Once again, COC head coach Ted Iacenda and the Cougars have announced a series of special free community group invites for each home game.
General admission tickets to all Cougar football games are $10. Kids 10 and under and seniors over 60 are free.
In addition, all Cougar football home games will be live streamed to fans through a broadcast partnership with SoCalCollegeSports.com. Archived footage of the game can also be viewed at any time following the broadcast.
All COC home games kick off at 6 p.m.
Canyons (2-0) started the season with a 19-6 road victory over Saddleback College in week one, and most recently rolled to a 47-14 win over Grossmont College last Saturday in San Diego.
The Cougars will enter this week’s contest vs. SBCC as the No. 6 ranked team in the state according to the most recent California Community College Sports Information Association Poll. Canyons is also ranked No. 8 in the JC Athletic Bureau Head Coaches Poll.
The 2018 COC football home schedule and invite list follow:
* Saturday, Sept. 15 vs. Santa Barbara City College
All first responders admitted free of charge (w/valid ID)
* Saturday, Sept. 29 vs. Golden West College
All SCV school students & staff admitted free of charge (w/valid ID)
* Saturday, Oct. 20 vs. East Los Angeles College
All SCV youth football & cheer teams admitted free of charge (w/uniform)
* Saturday, Oct. 27 vs. Ventura College
All fans admitted free with Halloween costumes
* Saturday, Nov. 10 vs. Bakersfield College
All veterans and active duty military personnel admitted free (w/valid ID)
Stay up to date on all this season’s action by visiting www.COCathletics.com and following the College of the Canyons Athletic department on social media at @COCathletics on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.
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