- NCAA Football Tickets
As one of the premier early-season college football games for 2014, make sure to reserve your seats inside Autzen Stadium in Eugene for Oregon vs Michigan State football on Sept. 6. The matchup will be the first in the home-and-home series that will send the Ducks to East Lansing the following season for when the Spartans host. The squads have met only four other times previously, with each prevailing on two occasions while competing at home. For Oregon, the game will be the second in a three-game home stint to start the season, while for MSU it will be the first road contest of the year.
Autzen Stadium Seating Information
The full array of seating will be available at Autzen Stadium for Michigan State vs Oregon football on Sept. 6. Cheer on your team from one of the venue's main levels completely encircling the playing field and comprised of Sections 1-40. These areas are then followed by another layer of seating extending upward, though only comprised of Sections 1 and 20-40. Additionally, North and South Suites, Charter Boxes, and a Stadium Club also may be available while supplies last. Note that the Ducks typically occupy the sideline near Sections 7-15, while the Spartans will take the opposite bench by Sections 27-35.
Autzen Stadium General Information
Guests are generally prohibited from bringing outside food and drink (including alcohol), glass bottles, thermos-style containers, laser pointers, and umbrellas. Smoking is prohibited in the seating areas, aisles, and covered portions of the stadium, but is usually permitted in the venue's outdoor spaces.
Autzen Stadium Parking Information
For those interested in driving to see Oregon-Michigan State, parking is usually available in the Science Factory Lots adjacent to Autzen Stadium. Parking passes may also be for sale in the marketplace, though quantities may be limited. Tailgating is permitted but must be kept within one parking space and rules and regulations will be enforced.
Autzen Stadium Gate Times
Stadium gates typically open 90 minutes before the starts of games, but times are subject to change on Sept. 6 for Oregon vs Michigan State football.