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Top-notch facilities for the team and fans alike make every game at Arizona Stadium unforgettable, especially when the Arizona Wildcats take the gridiron against Washington Huskies Football on Saturday, November 15, 2014. Before you head to the stadium for game day, prepare by looking through the detailed venue information below.
Arizona Stadium Seating Information
Arizona Stadium seating begins with Section 1 along the Wildcats sideline, and continues around the entire venue in a clockwise fashion to Section 36. Seating then expands upwards with the 100 level, which consists of Sections 101-109, with the 200 level behind it from Sections 201-209. Across the way near the Washington sideline, there will be upper level skybox and loge seating, which runs from Sections 110-116 and is followed by Sections 218-230.
Arizona Stadium General Information
Prohibited items include large bags and backpacks, outside food and beverage (with the exception of one sealed plastic water bottle), ice chests, bottles, cans, and liquor. All guests are subject to search. Smoking inside the stadium is prohibited, but there are designated smoking sections located around the outer concourses. Videotaping and photography is allowed, but must not include backlights, flashes, or tripods. Re-entry will not be permitted at any time.
Arizona Stadium Parking Information
Parking is available throughout campus for a fee with the exception of the reserved tailgating lots, as tailgating passes must be reserved in advance. Carpool parking is also available for free for those with four or more people in a vehicle at the Tyndall and Hyland Garages.
San Tran Shuttles will begin running from Hi Corbett Field two hours before kickoff for those who do not wish to park on campus. The Cat Cruiser will also depart from various locations in the Tucson area, including the Phoenix Applebee's, the Blue Moose in Scottsdale, and the Sandbar Mexican Grill in Chandler. Buses typically arrive at the stadium two hours before kickoff and return 30 minutes after the game has ended.
Arizona Stadium Tailgating Information
All Arizona Stadium tailgating on the mall is reserved for Arizona football season tailgate pass holders, but if space is available per game, there is usually a waiting list that may allow for additional access. All vehicles entering the tailgating grounds must have a tailgating pass. Tailgating begins six hours before the start of the game.
For fans not wishing to tailgate, typical outside activities offered include the Coca-Cola Fan Fiesta on the University Mall featuring giveaways, inflatables, and more for the family. The Game Day Grill also is usually open before games with a slew of food and drinks available for purchase.
Arizona Stadium Gate Times
Arizona Stadium will likely open 1-2 hours prior to the start of the Arizona vs Washington game.
Arizona Stadium Accessibility
Accessible drop-off zones are located on all sides of the field for easy access to the venue. Accessible parking for those with a state-issued placard or license plates is located in the Cherry Garage. If you are a Wildcat Club Member, additional accessible parking spots should be available for you. Accessible seating is available throughout Arizona Stadium, but be sure to make proper accommodations prior to attending the game. Feel free to contact the venue with any questions regarding accessibility.