Autographed footballs for the 2015 season are SOLD OUT.
Student-athletes and coaches at West Virginia University are pleased to sign autographs for Mountaineer fans. However, due to NCAA regulations, the increased unauthorized use and sale of autographed items and the thousands of requests received annually, WVU and many other universities have established guidelines for obtaining autographs.
Coaches and student-athletes will continue to sign autographs at games, team events and Fan Appreciation Days.
Several teams will have a limited number of autographed items available for personal use or for a charitable organization. These items are available by completing an Autograph Request Form.
Items from WVU are available while supply lasts. Pre-signed balls are available for $25.
All requests will be screened by the WVU Athletic Compliance Office. Requests not permitted by NCAA regulations will be returned.
After the autograph request is reviewed by the Athletic Compliance Office, the requestor will receive an email notification regarding the approval status of their request.
For pre-signed balls, please do not send in checks until after receiving an approval notification email.
Autographed items cannot be sold or used to support fund-raising that directly or indirectly benefits students in grades 9-12, prep school or two-year colleges. Autographed items cannot be provided to a high school, high school coach or high school staff member. Autographed items cannot be provided to a high school student-athlete or the parents/relatives of a high school student-athlete. Autographed items cannot be provided to a high school booster club.
WVU will not fulfill requests for autographs of individual student-athletes for personal or charitable use.
Items supplied by fans to be autographed will not be accepted. WVU will only provide items listed on the request form.
WVU Intercollegiate Athletics reserves the right to deny any request for autographed items and request the return of items that may appear for sale or being used in a manner of not compliance with NCAA regulations.