Phase II of the Facilities Master Plan is nearing its end with the completion of the new Florida Ballpark in July 2020. As Phase III begins with the construction of the new Heavener Football Training Center, we remind our fans that their support is still needed to make these projects happen.
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Basketball Gift Redemption will open in October 2020 for 2020-21 Season Ticket Holders.
Football Gift Redemption will open in August 2020.
As a benefit of being Gator Booster Member, you can play at the Mark Bostick Golf Course for $40 (includes cart and green fee) or walk the course for only $25.
Present your Gator Booster card at Proshop. Call for tee time at 352-375-4866.
Florida's standalone facility, set to be built on the current site of McKethan Stadium, will be officially known as the James W. "Bill" Heavener Football Training Center as part of a lead gift from Heavener.
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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 provides that no deduction will be allowed for any amount contributed to an institution of higher education if the taxpayer receives, directly or indirectly, the right to purchase tickets for an athletic event of such institution. Therefore, there will no longer be a deduction for Gator Booster contributions that give you the right to purchase tickets after January 1, 2018. No portion of any ticket related contribution made after that date is deductible. Please consult your tax advisor.
Gator Boosters assigns parking passes as a benefit to those memberships at the Scholarship Partner contribution level and above. Click on the button below for questions regarding Booster, General, Disabled, RV, and Visitor parking.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University Athletic Association, in the midst of one of the most comprehensive revamping of facilities in its history, has received significant support from those who once called Florida's athletic venues home.
As the UAA continues a fundraising campaign for the construction of the Florida Football Training Center, a stand-alone facility to modernize and provide adequate space for the football program, and Florida Ballpark, the future home of the UF baseball team, 39 former UF student-athletes have contributed nearly $18 million of the current $90.9 million committed over the course of the three-tiered UAA Facilities Master Plan.
Phase I of the project launched in 2015 with the $65 million renovation of the O'Connell Center, construction of an indoor practice facility for football and the Otis Hawkins Center for Academic and Personal Excellence at Farrior Hall. The first part of Phases II and III was the $15 million renovation of Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium, home to UF's two-time national champion softball team. The Gators moved into their state-of-the-art facility last month.Read More
A term synonymous with the biggest and baddest Gators in the Swamp, our Bull Gator program is comprised of an elite group of individuals and businesses, from all over the country, who have one common bond – a love of Gator Athletics and a desire to support the program at the highest level. Membership requires an annual contribution of $16k or more.Learn More
The John J. Tigert Society is our stewardship program designed to recognize the lifetime contributions of our major gift donors by providing meaningful engagement opportunities throughout their lifetime.
John J. Tigert served as the University of Florida's fourth president from 1928-1947 and is known for making a major impact on the landscape of intercollegiate athletics by establishing the grant-in-aid concept which is the basis for today's athletic scholarships. He was responsible for the construction of Florida Field and helped create the Southeastern Conference. President Tigert left a lasting legacy for Gator Athletics and we find it fitting to use the Tigert name for the society that honors the legacy that each of our major gift donors leave on our program.Learn More
Gifts of any size make an impact on our student-athletes. Whether you are a current season ticket holder and you would like to take part in the Game Changer Initiative in addition to your tickets, or if you are Gator fan elsewhere in the country or around the globe. No matter your current level of involvement, this is your opportunity to make a difference and we need your support!
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