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Host Penn State will look to snap a two-game skid versus Ohio State when the Buckeyes pay a visit to Beaver Stadium on Oct. 25. Vacated games excluded, the Nittany Lions last prevailed over OSU at home back in 1997 and have historically fared relatively well when competing against the Buckeyes in University Park. Ohio State leads the all-time series, 15-8.
Beaver Stadium Seating Information
Lower Level Beaver Stadium sideline seating is labeled as EA-EJ on the east side and WA to WJ on the west side, while the Upper Level sideline spans from EAU-EJU and WAU-WJU. Moving over to the end zone, more Lower Level seats are found in Sections NA-NL and SA-SK, and the Upper Level is comprised of NAU-NLU and SAU-SLU by the end zones and EAU-EJU and WAU-WJU on the sidelines. Meanwhile, the lone area of Club Level seating can be found in Sections SAC-SLC. For a premier matchup like Penn State-Ohio State football on Oct. 25, some areas of the venue may be more limited in availability than others.
Beaver Stadium General Information
Alcoholic beverages, smoking, and re-entry are prohibited at Beaver Stadium. All purses, bags, and backpacks will not be allowed inside the venue and guests are subject to search upon entry for Penn State vs Ohio State.
Beaver Stadium Parking Information
Parking passes may be for sale in the marketplace in advance of the game, so check out the listings on this page to see what's available for each lot. Those without advance passes will need to pay for a spot on site. Fees may vary per event. Tailgating is allowed but be sure to familiarize with all rules and regulations in advance of attending the game.
Beaver Stadium Gate Times
Beaver Stadium gates usually open 90 minutes to 2 hours before an event's scheduled start time, but be aware that this is subject to change without notice.