Season tickets go on sale in late summer and can be purchased online, in person at the North Texas Athletic Ticket Office on the west side of Apogee Stadium, or by phone at 940-565-2527. Single-game tickets go on sale prior to the start of the season and can be purchased online, at the North Texas Athletic Ticket Office or at the Super Pit two hours prior to each game, or by phone at 940-565-2527. Complete ticket information and a seating chart is available at the North Texas Ticket Office website.
The North Texas Coliseum, better known as The Super Pit, is home to Mean Green men's and women's basketball and to a long and colorful history.
Located at 600 Avenue D, the nickname Super Pit derives from the Coliseum’s predecessor, the Men’s Gym, which was known as the Snake Pit. In 1973, North Texas basketball moved across Highland Street to the Super Pit, trading 5,000 wood-bleacher seats for 10,500 padded, individual seats. The arena was updated in 2013 with a new court and a center-hung scoreboard. Click here for more information on the The Super Pit.
There are two parking options on gameday at the Super Pit: preferred parking for Mean Green Club members with a parking pass and parking for the general public.
Mean Green Club parking is on Highland Street and in the Fouts Field lot. Access is from North Texas Blvd.
General parking is in the Fouts Field lot, access from North Texas Blvd. Parking is free. Click here for a map of Super Pit game-day parking.
Take an online tour of the Mean Green Village and all the Mean Green athletic facilities at meangreenmap.com.
The Pit Crew is the official student section at North Texas home basketball games, and it's a big part of the reason that North Texas has such a home-court advantage. The Mean Green's loud and proud students give the Super Pit the reputation of being an intimidating place to play.
The North Texas home crowds have long been a source of rowdy support, from the days when their window-rattling, bleacher-shaking antics helped the old Men's Gymn earn the nickname "Snake Pit" to the days when the chant "Welcome to the Pit" rang out in the Super Pit as Bill Blakely's teams gained a national reputation and a top-20 national ranking.
Keep up with all Mean Green sports through the official website of North Texas Athletics, MeanGreenSports.com.
The Mean Green Radio Network broadcasts all North Texas football and basketball games. The MGRN broadcast team is led by North Texas alumnus and veteran broadcaster Dave Barnett and Mean Green deputy athletic director Hank Dickenson. Catch all the action:
Mean Green All-Access streams North Texas men's basketball games as well as video content from other Conference USA schools.
Sign-up to access live-game broadcasts, game highlights, exclusive behind-the-scenes video, and press conferences from 25 men's and women's sports across C-USA, with additional coverage from conference postseason events.
North Texas fans can subscribe to just Mean Green content or to programming from the full network. Click here for more information.
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The Mean Green Club raises funds for North Texas athletic scholarships. Donations to the Mean Green Club help support nearly 350 North Texas student-athletes each year and provide them with the best collegiate experience possible.
Members receive exclusive access to North Texas athletics and year-long benefits such as invitations to member-only events, the best parking and seating available, and more. For more information or to join Mean Green Club, call us at (940) 369-7284, email us at email@example.com, or click here to visit us on the web.
The Beth Marie's Junior Mean Green Club is perfect for young fans to experience special opportunities and join all the excitement of North Texas athletics. Children 15 years of age or younger can join. Annual membership is only $25 per child. Click here for details on how to sign up your child.