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For a second straight season, Notre Dame and Arizona State football will square off on the gridiron, though this time around, the Sun Devils will host the Fighting Irish in Tempe for the first time since 1998. Last year's neutral site clash at AT&T Stadium marked the first matchup between the two schools since 1999 and improved Notre Dame's all-time record to 3-0 versus ASU.
Sun Devil Stadium Seating Information
The full array of Sun Devil Stadium seating will be offered for the Notre Dame-Arizona State game. As you'll see displayed on the venue's seating chart, the Lower Level consists of Sections 1-36, followed by Loge Level Sections 101-154 which encircles the playing field. Lastly, the Upper Level makes up the final areas of seating inside Sun Devil Stadium and features Sections 201-247. The Sun Devils typically take the sideline near Sections 27-33 while the Fighting Irish are expected to occupy the side of the field by Sections 4-10.
Sun Devil Stadium General Information
Note that guests are typically prohibited from bringing outside food and drinks, strollers, noisemakers, glass, and cans into Sun Devil Stadium on game day. However, you may bring items like personal cameras, small unopened bottles of water, and umbrellas.
Sun Devil Stadium Parking Information
Those with a season pass can typically park in numbered lots and garages including the Stadium Structure, South Packard Drive structure, Reserved North and South Lots, and more. If you need single-event parking, space can usually be found at the 10th Street Structure, Fulton Center Garage, and several other lots and structures. Tailgating is generally permitted in the lots surrounding the stadium, but glass, open flames, and charcoal grills are not permitted.
Sun Devil Stadium Gate Times
Sun Devil Stadium typically opens 90 minutes before kickoff but this is subject to change for the ASU-Notre Dame game on Nov. 8.