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With an elevation of 6,621 feet above sea level in scenic Colorado Springs, Falcon Stadium stands proud as one of the highest college stadiums in the U.S. Witness the action live for any number of intense matchups this year, including Air Force vs Boise State Broncos Football on Saturday, September 27, 2014.
Falcon Stadium Seating Information
Falcon Stadium is an outdoor venue with all of the seating open to the elements with a beautiful view of the Rocky Mountains in the background. Seating starts with Section L1 in the south end zone, and continues around the stadium through L28. The second level of seating starts with M1 along the Air Force sideline, and continues to M15 near the north end zone. The same level continues with M16-M29, which runs along the Boise State sideline. The west side of the stadium has an additional level of seating, with runs from U1-U13 along the home sideline, and is followed by the press box above.
Falcon Stadium General Information
The following items are not permitted inside the premises: alcohol, noisemakers, large bags, hard containers, banners or large signs bigger than 8"x11", food, drinks, lasers, sticks, poles, umbrellas, weapons, or large strollers. The only exception to the drink rule is sealed water bottles smaller than 24 oz., which can be brought inside the venue. Flash photography and professional cameras are not permitted, but personal cameras and handheld video cameras will be allowed. Smoking is not allowed anywhere inside the venue, and re-entry into the venue is only for emergency situations. Seatbacks for more comfortable seating are allowed, but they must be smaller than 18", or rented from the venue inside.
Falcon Stadium Parking Information
All parking at Falcon Stadium is free and opens four hours before the game. Parking lots are located around the entire stadium with limited restrictions.
Falcon Stadium Tailgating Information
A unique feature that Falcon Stadium offers for tailgating is the official Air Force tailgate, which is held under a tent in the Falcon Fan Fest area for a small fee. Group tailgating can also be reserved ahead of time, and individual tailgating is allowed in all of the general parking lots.
Falcon Stadium Gate Times
The north and south entrances of the Air Force Academy will open four hours before kickoff and will close three hours after the game, and the stadium gates will open two hours prior to game time.
Falcon Stadium Accessibility
Falcon Stadium provides plenty of ADA accessible features from the time you park in the lots to when you are leaving the venue. General admission wheelchair seating is located behind Section L3 and is distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. A plethora of accessible parking is available in Lots 1- 5 and in front of Gates 5-7, but only Lot 3 will provide patrons with a pre-game and post-game shuttle service from the lot.