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Football season is here, and there's no better place to watch Connecticut football in action than at Rentschler Field on Saturday, September 27, 2014. See the Huskies take on Temple Owls Football at home, and browse the information below to find out details about the venue before you head to the game.
Rentschler Field Seating Information
The seating at Rentschler Field starts with section 100 in the center along the visitor sideline, and continues around the stadium to section 141. The 200-level also starts with section 200 along the center of the guest sideline, and wraps around the stadium to section 242. All UConn Students entering the stadium must go through Gate C and have a current ID to go along with their ticket.
Rentschler Field General Information
Smoking is prohibited anywhere at Rentschler Field. Personal cameras are allowed in the stadium, and although flash photography is permitted, video and professional cameras are not allowed inside. Umbrellas, coolers, flasks, oversized bags, lasers, noisemakers, banners, and signs are prohibited during all UConn football games, and everyone entering Rentschler Field is subject to search. No outside food is allowed into the stadium, but there are concessions available onsite.
Rentschler Field Parking Information
Parking is available for a fee, and at the stadium, is organized by colored parking passes, which include blue, white, gold, tan and gray, as well as regular game-day parking, accessible parking, RV parking, and non-alcohol parking. Please refer to a map or speak with event staff to locate where the coordinating lot is located.
Rentschler Field Tailgating Information
Tailgating is permitted before all UConn games, but there are strict guidelines that the school asks all fans to follow. No open flame or charcoal fires are permitted, and no kegs or large amounts of alcohol will be allowed in the parking lots. All tailgating supplies must be set up in front or in back of the car, and they must not take up any more space than your individual parking spot. All tailgating must be finished 30 minutes before the game is scheduled to start, and no tailgating will be permitted after the game has concluded. No drinking games such as beer pong, beer funnels, or card games will be allowed in the lots, and guests that are intoxicated will not be allowed to enter Rentschler Field.
Rentschler Field Gate Times
The parking lots at Rentschler Field open four hours before UConn vs. Temple is set to kickoff, and the gates to the venue open 90 minutes beforehand.
Rentschler Field Accessibility
Guests with any disabilities can access everything they need at Rentschler Field, including restrooms, concessions, and more. Accessible seating is available upon request, and companion seats are available as well. Accessible parking is located directly around the stadium, making entering and exiting the venue easy for all guests.