June 25, 2016
Notre Dame 2016 Season kicks off in 11 weeks
Notre Dame fans, the countdown continues for the Fighting Irish to return to Notre Dame Stadium. There are only 11 Saturdays until the first home Game Day of the 2016 season here in South Bend on September 10th!
Our team is preparing for the season and are excited to share it with you! Until then, if you’re planning to come to campus for a game, be sure to make your arrangements early! To help you plan your visit to South Bend, you can find information on the travel options linked below.
PLEASE NOTE Chicago is on CENTRAL TIME, 1 hour behind ND in eastern time.
Chicago Midway Airport (MDW)
South Bend Airport (SBN)
Tickets and Experiences
- For the most up to date information on football tickets, please check with Murnane Family Ticket Office and follow them on Twitter!
- For upgrade experiences, please check out Irish Upgrades.
- For hospitality experiences, please check out Shamrock Village.
As you plan your trip, remember that we have multiple events happening around campus on Football Fridays including free Stadium Tunnel Tours, the Pep Rally, as well as faith, service, arts, and athletics events. You won’t want to miss everything that Notre Dame has to offer on a home game weekend! Be sure to follow our Twitter for additional information. Parking, tickets, tailgating, dining, maps, stadium policies, and more can be found here on our website!
Want to join us for a guided, scenic run on Notre Dame’s campus on Game Day morning, check out our Game Day Run Club! Registration will open approximately 4 weeks before each home game in 2016, except on Sept.17 vs. Michigan State. For 9-17-16, check out the Game Day Chase 5K/10K at Eddy Street Commons!
If you have questions please feel free to email the Game Day team at email@example.com. We are happy to help in any way we can!
Stay tuned for more information about the upcoming season! We look forward to seeing fans and guests for all of our home games. We’ll see you in 11 Saturdays for the for Notre Dame vs. Nevada on September 10th at 3:30pm ET!
June 21, 2016
Courtesy of Notre Dame Athletics
ESPN Chicago 1000 has reached a multiyear agreement to broadcast every Notre Dame football and men’s basketball game beginning with the 2016-17 seasons.
June 21, 2016
ESPN Chicago 1000 has reached a multiyear agreement to broadcast every Notre Dame football and men’s basketball game beginning with the 2016-17 seasons. The deal returns the Fighting Irish to Chicago’s No. 1 sports station, which was previously the home for Notre Dame sports from 1999-2005. ESPN Chicago 1000 will produce Notre Dame basketball games, while IMG will produce Notre Dame football games, as part of IMG’s Notre Dame Football Network. The Fighting Irish will kick off their 2016 football season on Sunday, Sept. 4, at Texas.
“In the world of college sports, there is nothing more prestigious to a broadcaster than teaming with Notre Dame,” said Jim Pastor, general manager, ESPN Chicago 1000. “Returning Notre Dame football and basketball to our airwaves is great news for their legion of fans in Chicago and a great addition to ESPN 1000’s menu of championship play by play offerings.”
“We are pleased to be partnering with Chicagoland’s leader in sports, ESPN 1000,” said Dan Skendzel, Notre Dame’s senior associate athletics director for media operations and branding. “In addition to the live broadcasts of Notre Dame football and basketball games, in-depth programming in the form of the Jack Swarbrick, Brian Kelly and Mike Brey Shows will now be available on Chicago radio.”
About ESPN Chicago 1000
ESPN Chicago1000 is the flagship station of ESPN Radio, providing a popular weekday talk lineup featuring Carmen & Jurko, Kap & Co. and Waddle & Silvy, news, local and national play-by-play coverage. It’s also the official home of the NBA playoffs, including the entire post-season, Major League Baseball, including the World Series, Notre Dame football and basketball, the College Football Playoff and high school sports coverage. Also streamed live at www.ESPNCHICAGO.com.
About Notre Dame Football and Men’s Basketball
The University of Notre Dame boasts one of the most tradition-rich football programs in America, dating back to a 1913 upset win over Army that put the Irish on the football map and the first three of 11 consensus national titles under Knute Rockne in the 1920s. Coaches Frank Leahy, Ara Parseghian, Dan Devine and Lou Holtz also have contributed championship teams—and current Irish coach Brian Kelly led his 2012 squad to the Bowl Championship Series title game and saw his 2015 unit qualify for a New Year’s Six berth in the Fiesta Bowl. The Irish men’s basketball team under Mike Brey has played in an NCAA Championship regional title game in both 2015 and 2016—and the program, now part of the Atlantic Coast Conference, has a long tradition of knocking off #1 opponents.
IMG is a global leader in sports, events, media and fashion, operating in more than 30 countries. The company represents and manages some of the world’s greatest sports figures and fashion icons; stages hundreds of live events and branded entertainment experiences annually; and is one of the largest independent producers and distributors of sports media. IMG also specializes in sports training; league development; and marketing, media and licensing for brands, sports organizations and collegiate institutions. In 2014, IMG was acquired by WME, a leading global entertainment agency.
ESPN 1000 Contact: Adam Delevitt (312) 980-1080
June 19, 2016