Season ticket-holders for Stanford football will be able to purchase single-game tickets in advance of the general public starting Monday.
Current season ticket-holders can purchase up to 15 additional tickets, per account, for individual games as inventory allows.
With a record 32,000 season tickets already sold, including sold out family and young alumni plans, the season ticket-holder pre-sale for individual game tickets will further reduce ticket availability.
Group ticket plans go on sale July 15 as well as a limited number of mini plans, if inventory is available. Single-game tickets go on sale to the general public August 1.
As record demand for the reigning Pac-12 champion Cardinal continues to grow, the only way to guarantee the best available seats for each of the marquee games is to buy season tickets.
Stanford plays seven home games this season and has posted an 18-1 mark at Stanford Stadium over the past three seasons, with a 24-2 mark over the last four.
Stanford's season opens Sept. 7 with an 8 p.m. home game against a San Jose State team that won 11 games a year ago. The game will be televised nationally on Pac-12 Networks.
The four-time defending Pac-12 champion Cardinal
will appear on the Pac-12 Networks 12 times during the 2013 season, the most of any conference team.
The Pac-12 Networks announced its 58-match women's soccer schedule on Wednesday as Stanford also released its full schedule. Nine of Stanford's 11 conference matches will be televised, including the final six on its schedule, culminating with the Big Match against visiting Cal on Nov. 6.
Stanford will open its season at Boston College on Aug. 23, extending their rivalry to seven meetings over six consecutive seasons. The Eagles have reached the past 10 NCAA tournaments.
The Cardinal enters the season with a 67-match home unbeaten streak -- the second-longest in NCAA history. That streak will first be put to the test on Aug. 31 at Stanford's home opener against Portland.
Stanford also has a 42-match conference winning streak, the third-longest in NCAA history. The first Pac-12 opponent is Colorado in a Sept. 28 road contest.
Hosting 2012 College Cup squads Georgetown and Maryland, as well as eight televised appearances on the Pac-12 Network, highlight the 2013 schedule.
The Cardinal, which went 9-8-1 overall in 2012 and finished third on the Pac-12 table at 5-4-1 (16 points), will have six of its 11 home matches at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium televised live on the Pac-12 Network beginning with a kickoff against 2012 national runner-up Georgetown on Sept. 1 at 4 p.m.
The match concludes a big weekend that also features Stanford opening the new campaign Aug. 30 against 2012 College Cup participant Maryland.