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Set to square off for a fourth consecutive year, the Philadelphia Eagles will look to make it two straight when they travel to University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale to take on the Arizona Cardinals on Oct. 26. The all-time series, which dates back to 1935, has remained relatively close over the years, though the Eagles have struggled to prevail on the road with the last win in Arizona coming back in 2008. Entering the contest, Philly will be coming off a bye in Week 8, while for the Cardinals, the Eagles will be the team's fourth straight non-divisional opponent.
University of Phoenix Stadium Seating Information
The Lower Level of University of Phoenix Stadium includes Sections 101-144, with Sections 104-112 located near Arizona's usual sideline and Sections 128-134 by Philadelphia's bench. Sections 201-248 make up the Club Level, and luxury suites also are available above the sidelines. The Ring of Honor and Upper Level features are found in Sections 401-455, and Sections 114, 424 and 432 are the alcohol-free Family Sections.
University of Phoenix Stadium General Information
University of Phoenix Stadium recommends that you do not bring any non-league approved bags to Cardinals vs Eagles on Oct. 26, but you may bring a clear tote, a small clutch or a transparent, gallon-sized freezer bag. Other items like noisemakers, laser pointers, video cameras, tripods, and professional camera equipment are prohibited. Outside food and drink is not permitted, but you may bring one factory-sealed bottle of water as well as snacks for children under the age of 2.
University of Phoenix Stadium Parking Information
There are more than 14,000 parking spaces in a number of lots located in close proximity to the stadium. Accessible parking is generally available as well. Be aware that prices may vary by lot and event and most typically are cash only. You may also be able to buy parking passes in advance from the marketplace while supplies last.
University of Phoenix Stadium Gate Times
University of Phoenix Stadium gates usually open about 90 minutes before kickoff, though this is subject to change ahead of Eagles-Cardinals on Oct. 26.