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Amon G. Carter Stadium has been the home playing field for the TCU Horned Frogs since it first opened in 1930, and a reconstruction project that was finished in 2012 has made the stadium even more welcoming to fans. Look through the information below regarding Amon G. Carter Stadium parking, seating, and tailgating guidelines to help prepare for the upcoming game between TCU and Iowa State Cyclones Football on December 6.
Amon G. Carter Stadium Seating Information
The closest seating to the field starts with Section 101-127, which wraps around the entire first level. Sections 101-109 are along the TCU sideline, sections 120-128 make up the visitor's side, and the south endzone of the stadium is general admission. The 200-level seating ranges from sections 201-217, sections 219-224 make up the north endzone, and sections 226-238 round out the east side of the venue. The west side of Amon G. Carter Stadium is the only spot in the venue that extends past 200-level seating, and includes sections 301-316, and the last level of seating with sections 401-416. All students must have a valid TCU Student ID at gates 7-10 to enter for the games, and are seated in sections 120-128.
Amon G. Carter Stadium General Information
To ensure the safety of all guests, there will be no glass or containers, food, drinks, seat cushions, sticks, poles, weapons, or video cameras permitted inside. Smoking in the seating areas is also not permitted. Fans will be allowed to bring signs and banners inside, but signs may be no larger than 3'x3' and banners that are hung cannot be bigger than 3'x8.' All bags are subject to search upon entry, and any other items not on this list can be prohibited based on security's discretion.
Amon G. Carter Stadium Parking Information
If you decide to drive to the TCU vs. Iowa State game, there are multiple options for transportation. Game day parking for a fee will be available in the Paschal Parking lots or along Travis Avenue. All lots adjacent to the stadium are only available for purchase for the full season, and those purchasing said parking must be a Frog Club member. Aside from onsite parking, there is also a free shuttle with free parking that leaves from the McKinney Bible Church starting roughly three hours before the game and ending 45 minutes after it ends. Route 7 buses will also be available for those who would prefer to take public transportation.
Amon G. Carter Stadium Tailgating Information
There will be no kegs or glass allowed in any of the lots, and all tailgaters consuming alcohol must be at least 21 years of age. Each tailgate may not take up more than one spot, and may not overflow into the roadway, fire lane, or on either side of the vehicle. Anyone with a barbeque or pit must have a fire extinguisher or bucket of water on hand in case of an incident, and all coals and ashes must be taken care of in Lot 3's dump stations.
Amon G. Carter Gate Times
The gates at Amon G. Carter Stadium generally open several hours before game time, but is subject to change.
Amon G. Carter Accessibility
Accessible parking is available in Lot 13 East, and an ADA shuttle service will begin two hours before and 45 minutes after the game. Accessible seating is available for every game, and those wishing to sit in such seating areas are advised to notify event staff at least 48 hours in advance.