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In one of the most highly anticipated matchups of the 2014 college football season, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish will travel to Tallahassee to take on the defending national champion Florida State Seminoles at Doak Campbell Stadium on Oct. 18. The fall clash will be the first between the schools since meeting in the Champs Sports Bowl in 2011, while the last regular season matchup took place at Notre Dame in 2003, and the Fighting Irish's most recent trip to Tallahassee was in 2002.
Doak Campbell Stadium Seating Information
Find a sideline seat for the game in Lower Level Sections 27-39 near the Florida State bench or if you're going to be cheering on Notre Dame on Oct. 18, check out Sections 4-16. End zone seats are available in Sections 1-3, 40-41, and 117-123. The end zone with the Marching Chiefs also features additional areas of 200-and 300-level seating.
Doak Campbell Stadium General Information
Items typically prohibited at Doak Campbell Stadium include umbrellas, backpacks, laser pointers, chair backs, laptops, noisemakers, outside food and drink, large bags, and strollers. Keep in mind that all guests and belongings are subject to search upon entering the venue.
Doak Campbell Stadium Parking Information
There are numerous parking lots located around the Florida State campus, some of which are located directly adjacent to the stadium. Keep in mind that many of these lots require season permits. VIP parking passes also may be available for a fee. While tailgating is permitted in the monitored lots, your cooking devices and equipment cannot interfere with fellow fans and adjacent parking spaces.
Doak Campbell Stadium Gate Times
Doak Campbell Stadium gates usually open two hours before games begin. Check with the venue in advance of the ASU-Notre Dame football game on Oct. 18 for more up-to-date information.