Unlv Rebels Tickets

The UNLV Rebels are set and ready to make their mark on the division once again. In all the time they have been a part of the sports fraternity, this wonderful athletics program has achieved considerable success in more than one sport. Both men’s and women’s teams have tasted championship winning runs in multiple categories and that is the kind of experience that puts them in a good spot to take the next step. The season is now up and running, so this is as good a time as any for them to shine and firmly establish themselves as a true NCAA powerhouse.

Athletics Program: UNLV Rebels

Institute: University of Nevada-Las Vegas

Competition Level: NCAA Division I

As one of the fastest rising athletics programs in the county, the UNLV Rebels are certainly making people sit up and take notice. They are making all the right noises and it doesn’t look as if it will be too long before they reach the top. All the signs point towards a bright future. In order to climb the ladder, the role their fans will count for a lot. If they get proper backing from their support, then that can certainly give them an extra edge. So if you are one of these fans, then this is your chance to buy UNLV Rebels tickets and catch your favorite team(s) live in action.


It was in the year 1967 that the university decided to start the football program from next year onwards. That was big news, huge news in fact, one that got pulses racing everywhere. A lot of work was carried out for the next year to ensure everything goes according to the plan.

The UNLV Rebels football team played their first game on 14th September 1968. The Rebels won the game and had a pretty successful debut season overall. They didn’t lose a single game till they came up against the Kingsmen by a 17-13 score. Their record read 8-1 which was extremely good going considering it was their first season in NCAA. The Rebels have since gone on to get their hands on two conference titles and have produced one Consensus All-American. They have also made it to three postseason bowl games, winning all three of those.


Basketball has been one of their strengths over the years. The sport has earned UNLV Rebels a lot of plaudits from every corner for all that they have achieved in it. They have gone on to win twelve regular season conference titles to go with thirteen conference tournaments. They have made it to the NCAA Tournament on twenty occasions on their way to clinching the title once. They also have notched up an all-time winning percentage of well over .710 which solidifies their place as one of the best in the business. Women began to play basketball in the year 1974 and have been pretty successful as well since then. They have made appearances in the NCAA Tournament eight times and the AIAW Tournament on four occasions. They have also managed to lift four regular season conference titles and five conference tournaments.


The sport of golf has been a major part of all that the UNLV Rebels have achieved over the years. Their men’s golf program is regarded among the best in the business. The program has produced two individual national champions and one team national championship. They have also got their hands on six conference titles while qualifying for an NCAA spot for twenty one straight years. Women’s Rebels started to play golf in 2001 and have since gone on to clinch three conference titles and three All-Americans. They have also produced three Conference Freshman of the Year and two coaches have got the Conference Coach of the Year awards as well. The new season has begun and with the kind of momentum the UNLV Rebels have built up, it promises to be another fascinating campaign all the way right to the end.


Did You Know?

  • The mailing address of their football arena, the Sam Boyd Stadium is Las Vegas.
  • Their win in 1990 against Duke by a score of 103-73 is the biggest blowout when it comes to college basketball championship game.
  • Bill Ireland was Rebels first football coach.
  • Their basketball program has the fourth best winning percentage in NCAA history.
  • Randall Cunningham is the only Rebels football player to have his number retired.