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Don't miss the first Monday night game of 2014 when the Detroit Lions welcome the New York Giants to Ford Field on Sept. 8 in the first of two contests scheduled for the evening. This matchup marks the second straight year the NFC rivals are meeting and also for the second consecutive time in Detroit. The Giants will enter the contest a winner in each of their last three versus the Lions, which has helped close the gap in the all-time series, though Detroit still holds a slight 21-20-1 advantage. This season opener will mark the lone primetime appearance of the year for the Lions, while the Giants have four more in store over the course of the regular season.
Ford Field Seating Information
All seating levels around Ford Field are expected to be available for this Lions-Giants Monday night clash. The spacious 100 Level consists of Sections 100-141, followed by the Mezzanine/Club Level (215-246), and Upper Level/Club (Sections 315-347). Check out the Ford Field seating map on this page to get a better idea of the venue's layout for the contest. Additionally, some listings may feature a "Notes" icon which signifies the inclusion of special seating details from the seller.
Ford Field General Information
To try and create a safe environment for all those in attendance, the NFL limits guests to clear bags, small clutch bags, and one-gallon plastic bags for all games. Fans also are prohibited from bringing inside seat cushions, coolers, backpacks, and fanny packs, among other things. Smoking also is not allowed inside Ford Field.
Ford Field Parking Information
There are a number of convenient parking options available around Ford Field including Lots 1-6, the Ford Field Parking Deck, the Lions/Tigers Garage and Lot W. Accessible spaces are available in all parking facilities. A number of privately operated parking lots are also located within close proximity to Ford Field. Some advance parking passes also may be for sale through the marketplace while supplies last.
Ford Field Gate Times
Ford Field gates will likely open two hours before the start of Lions vs Giants on Sept. 8, though with this being a Monday night game, times are subject to change.