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The rivalry pitting perennial football powerhouses Notre Dame and Stanford has roots dating back to 1925 and will add another chapter in 2014 when the two programs square off at Notre Dame Stadium on Oct. 4. The schools have clashed each season since 1997, with the winner taking home the Legends Trophy, which is notably constructed of Irish glass and California redwood. Get acquainted with various aspects of the venue with the following Notre Dame Stadium information below.
Notre Dame Stadium Seating Information
As represented on the Notre Dame Stadium seating chart, the visiting Stanford Cardinal sideline will be near Sections 6-13, while the host Fighting Irish will occupy their usual bench by Sections 24-31. This also is the side with the press box. Though not labeled as such, endzone seating is comprised of Sections 1-2, 36, 17-20 in the Lower Level and Sections 101-102, 135-136, 117-120 in the Upper Level.
Notre Dame Stadium General Information
No outside food or beverages can be brought inside, except for sealed water bottles. Small bags, blankets, and personal, non-professional cameras are generally permitted. All guests are subject to search and are strongly encouraged to leave backpacks, duffel bags, and tote bags at home or in the car as they will likely not be permitted.
Notre Dame Stadium Parking Information
Parking passes may be purchased in advance from the marketplace while supplies last. Click the "Parking" box below the stadium map to filter listings on the page. Each pass will be labeled according to its lot location. In the event no passes are available, guests may utilize various lots in and around the stadium for the Stanford-Notre Dame game on Oct. 4.
Notre Dame Stadium Gate Times
Gates at Notre Dame Stadium usually open in the morning on game day, but be advised that times are subject to change.