Northern Illinois University football fans will actually want to watch the 2021 Huskies in real life on public TV from the season-opening game at Georgia Tech to the normal season finale versus Western Michigan. Those games were among the nine Huskie Football match-up occasions and telecom company data delivered by the Mid-American Conference and NIU on Thursday.
Notwithstanding the conventional MACtion games highlighted on the ESPN group of organizations in November, the Huskies will show up on the ACC Network, the Big Ten Network, and CBS Sports Network for certain games additionally accessible online through ESPN+ and additionally ESPN3.
The Huskies will make their ACC Network debut on Saturday, September 4 when NIU starts off the 2021 season in Atlanta versus Georgia Tech at 6:30 pm Central Time, while NIU’s down at Michigan on Saturday, September 18 will be broadcast by the Big Ten Network in the 11 a.m. (CT) window.
NIU’s home opener as opposed to Wyoming on Saturday, September 11 – which will formally invite fans back to Huskie Stadium and honor nearby people on call – will be accessible on ESPN+ at 12:30 p.m. (CT), and the 114th Homecoming challenge versus Eastern Michigan on Saturday, October 2 is additionally set for a 12:30 p.m. (CT) opening shot at Huskie Stadium. The TV station for that game will be declared 12 days preceding the game.
On Saturday, October 9, NIU takes on Toledo in the Glass Bowl at 11 a.m. (CT) on CBS Sports Network. Game occasions and broadcast data for the Huskies’ home games versus Maine (Saturday, Sept. 25) and Bowling Green (Saturday, October 16) just as the October 23 game at Central Michigan will be declared sometime in the future.
NIU’s MACtion plan starts on Wednesday, November 3 with an East Division coordinate at Kent State that will air on ESPN2 or ESPNU at 6 p.m. (CT). The Wednesday, November 10 Battle for the Bronze Stalk among NIU and protecting MAC Champion Ball State in Huskie Stadium will be broadcast on ESPN, ESPNU, or CBS Sports Network and commencement at one or the other 6 or 7 p.m. (CT). NIU takes on Buffalo on Wednesday, November 17 at 6 p.m. on either ESPN2 or ESPNU, prior to finishing off the standard season versus Western Michigan at home on Tuesday, November 23. That game will the opening shot at 6 p.m. what’s more, will air on either ESPNU or ESPN+.
See the total timetable or download a printable variant (PDF) here.
NIU is eager to invite fans back to Huskie Stadium this fall and expects to have the option to oblige the entire season ticket individuals. Returning season ticket individuals can restore their season tickets online at NIUHuskies.com/MyHuskies or by calling the NIU Athletics Ticket Office at 815-753-PACK (7225) Monday through Friday during business hours. All messages will be returned within one workday. The ticket office can likewise be reached through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Season tickets for NIU Football are accessible for just $66 for each of the six games (just $11/game!) with the acquisition of four tickets through the Huskie Family Pack, or $85 for General Admission seating on the East Side of Huskie Stadium. On the West Side, held seats in areas A, B, F and G are $132 for each of the six games. Senior residents (62+), NIU Faculty/Staff, NIU Alumni Association, and Varsity Club individuals pay $132 for season tickets in any non-premium region on the West Side. For all others, held seats in areas C, D, and E on the West Side are $150. Bench back and chairback seats in segments C, D, and E on the West Side are $150 and require a for every seat installment.
For data on premium seating alternatives, including bench back and chairback seating, SkyBox, SkyClub, and Terrace Suites, contact the Huskie Athletic Fund at 815-753-1923 or go online to HuskieAthleticFund.com for more data.