And the schedule is complete. http://www.cubuffs.com/pdf9/3645009.pdf Of CU's 8 non-conference matches 5 are in Boulder including the home opener v Colorado College in the Colorado Cup on Sunday, Aug. 23. CU opens at CSU Friday Aug. 21, also a Colorado Cup match. Conference play begins in Boulder with a big one, v Cal on Sunday, Sept. 27. This season CU will play 5 conference home matches and 6 on the road. The Washington and Arizona schools will be in Boulder this season. Conference play ends at Utah on Friday, Nov. 6. Once the Buffs get a permanent* home they need to be sure it comes with lights. The final two Friday home matches kick-off at 3 pm local time. Not the best time to get butts in the seats. Oh, and it seems that for the first time there will be an admission fee for home matches as the official schedule announcement has a link to a page for soccer season tickets (which begin at $25). "Season tickets start at just $25 for general admission and are on sale now by vising CUBuffs.com or by calling 303-49-BUFFS. Also, new this year is the Women’s Sports Pass, which gives you general admission seating to all home soccer, volleyball and women’s basketball games for just $125. Purchase your Women’s Sports Pass today online at CUBuffs.com or by calling 303-49-BUFFS to save over 50 percent off the single game price." * My understanding is their current home, Prentup Field, will some day be developed as part of the surrounding research park and thus they aren't going to commit to putting in lights. Where they may get a more permanent home is on the current location of the football practice fields just north of Folsom Field on the north side of Boulder Creek. They may share this home with the women's lacrosse team.