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Reserve your seats for the next exciting chapter in the Alabama-LSU football rivalry when the SEC foes go head to head at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge on Nov. 8. The game will serve as Senior Day for the Tigers and will cap off a three-game regular-season home stand for the team, which will end the year on the road. Meanwhile, for the Crimson Tide, this matchup will be the team's final regular-season road contest for 2014. Alabama has won the last three versus LSU and owns a 48-25-5 all-time series advantage.
LSU Tiger Stadium Seating Information
LSU's intricately laid out Tiger Stadium consists of six different seating levels spread out across the venue for the LSU-Alabama football game. Sections 100-106 make up a small area of west sideline seating, while the similar area on the east sideline includes Sections 300-306. End zone seating can be found in the 200 and 400 Levels, with the Tiger Den Suites situated above the east sideline and south end zone. The Tiger Terrace Suites are located on the 500 Level and the Upper Level includes Sections 610-658.
LSU Tiger Stadium General Information
Fans attending the game on Nov. 8 are advised not to bring outside alcohol, banners, backpacks, noisemakers, large bags, umbrellas, or video cameras. Personal cameras are generally permitted. The stadium is a non-smoking facility, and re-entry is not permitted except in case of emergency. All guests are subject to search, so be sure to examine the list of prohibited items and arrive early to try and avoid waiting in long lines.
LSU Tiger Stadium Parking Information
Public parking lots include the Kirby Smith, Hayfield, Levee and Law School Lots and several others. Game-by-game parking is often available along several streets on campus and some advance parking passes may be for sale in the marketplace as well for LSU vs Alabama.
LSU Tiger Stadium Gate Times
Gate times may vary depending on the date and game, but generally, LSU Tiger Stadium begins permitting fans around two hours before kickoff.