HONOLULU — Only a handful of tickets remain for Hawaii football games for the upcoming 2022 season.

The number of seats that have been claimed by season ticket holders or through partnerships at the 9,000-capacity Clarence T.C. Ching Athetics Complex has surpassed 8,000, Athletic Director David Matlin told Spectrum News this week.

Season tickets are currently on sale for Timmy Chang’s first year leading the Rainbow Warriors with seven home games starting with the Aug. 27 season opener against Vanderbilt.

“Right now we have about 800 tickets remaining per game,” Matlin messaged. “If we have tickets available they will go on sale on Monday on an individual basis at 9 a.m.”

As of Thursday afternoon, UH’s online purchasing system, ETicketHawaii, showed pockets of seats along the edges of the makai sideline, and a few single seats in the Diamond Head end zone seats. The sideline seats are $150 each, plus a $150 premium seat contribution, while the end zone seats are $150 without a premium contribution.

Brian McInnis covers the state's sports scene for Spectrum News Hawaii.