ATLANTA – With less than three weeks until the start of the 2017 football season and the inaugural game in Parker H. Petit Field at Georgia State Stadium, the Department of Athletics launched a stadium website on Friday where fans can find out all of the information they need to be ready for gameday. includes information on tickets, parking, catering options, tailgating policies, seating charts and much more.

The website is the first of multiple new pages and websites coming for fans in the next few weeks. Fans can also expect an all new Gameday Central coming over the next two weeks which will include game information and video content.

The first official event in Georgia State Stadium is scheduled for Aug. 17 as Fanfest will give fans their first chance to see the stadium and watch a practice and simulated scrimmage.

Opening night is set for Aug. 31 as the Panthers take on Tennessee State at 7 p.m.

Individual game tickets and parking for all six Georgia State home football games in the inaugural season of Georgia State Stadium went on sale earlier this week and range from $25 to $30 per game.  Group ticket packages are available for groups of 10 more ranging from $15 to $20 per game.

Single game parking ranges from $10 if purchased in advance, to $20 if purchased on game day.

To purchase individual game tickets or parking for any of these contests, click here.

To view seating locations, click here.

To view parking locations, click here.