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Settled within the confines of the Utah Valley, BYU's LaVell Edwards Stadium is a breathtaking college venue, hosting high-energy football matchups in front of spectacular views of the surrounding mountainous landscape. Read on for more information as you prepare to watch BYU face off against Virginia Cavaliers Football at this scenic stadium on September 20.
LaVell Edwards Stadium Seating Information
LaVell Edwards Stadium is comprised of upper and lower level seating. The lower level features sections 1-49 and is closest to the field. The upper level harbors sections 101-149. The BYU sideline is always directly in front of sections 31-37, while the visiting team stands in front of sections 1-9.
There may be private boxes seats available for BYU vs Virginia Cavaliers just above lower level sections 4-6 and upper level sections 104-106.
The student section is typically reserved for sections 36-45, 136-143, and the first eight rows of sections 31-35. Keep in mind these sections may require a student ID for entry. The designated visitor sections are 21 and 121.
LaVell Edwards Stadium General Information
Any children over two years of age must have a ticket for entry to all BYU football games. Fans cannot bring large bags, outside food or drink, noisemakers, umbrellas, large signs, any type of video recording device, glass containers, cans, or coolers into LaVell Edwards Stadium. Stadium chairs are allowed so long as they are not larger than 18 inches. Any strollers must be checked inside Gates 3 or 10.
LaVell Edwards Stadium Parking Information
Parking spaces in lots directly surrounding the stadium are typically reserved for Cougar Club members. Free parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis in other lots around the stadium, including lots at the Marriott Center and BYU administration building. Bicycle and motorcycle parking is permitted. Any RV parking must be arranged in advance.
LaVell Edwards Stadium Tailgating Information
Tailgating is allowed in BYU lots, but only propane grills are permitted (no open flame or charcoal). Fans are also only allowed to use one parking space, including their vehicle and all necessary equipment. Note: Alcohol is prohibited everywhere on the BYU campus.
LaVell Edwards Stadium Gate Times
For BYU football games, LaVell Edwards Stadium gates open two hours before kickoff.
LaVell Edwards Stadium Accessibility
Wheelchair accessible seating is available throughout the stadium, and seats for visual or hearing impaired guests may also be open upon request. Assisted listening devices may be available with 48 hours' notice to the guest services department. The stadium also features elevators and ramps to increase accessibility, and accessible parking can be found in Lot 2A for guests with state-issued disability plates.