June 17, 2014 - by

Who is in the Nole Zone?

The Nole Zone is made up of the most energetic, passionate and noisy Noles. The Nole Zone is the main student section at Men’s and Women’s Basketball games and gives students the opportunity to be up close and personal with the players and the game.

How do I become involved in the Nole Zone?

The Nole Zone is open to any FSU students; the only requirement for registration is a valid FSU ID and $10. Students can register here. Upon registration, students will receive their official Nole Zone T-Shirt (both the FSU ID and shirt must be brought to every home game.)

How does the Nole Zone work?

As a member of the Nole Zone, he or she is eligible to stand in the Nole Zone for every Men’s and Women’s basketball games. Before each game, the student will present their FSU ID to the Nole Zone Attendant to be swiped for entrance into the Nole Zone. Attendance for the games will be recorded and a running point system will be kept. A point leader board will be available online to view points accumulated.

To earn points the student must be wearing the official Nole Zone T-shirt provided at their first game they attend, after being registered. Over the course of the season, points will accumulate towards prizes and other incentives.

What are the benefits of joining the Nole Zone?

Nole Zone members’ special privileges include:

-Best seats in the house (courtside behind Press Row and behind the basket)

-Official 2008-2009 Nole Zone T-shirt

-Opportunity for early entry to UF, UNC, and Duke games

-Register for all inclusive trip for 2 to the FSU Bowl Game

-Shoot for a $10,000 Scholarship

-Chance to participate in exclusive FSU Nole Zone Contests and Promotions

-and much more!

The Nole Zone is incentive driven, based on the number of games a member attends. Incentives include prizes, or early entry to big games.

The Nole Zone is an exclusive club where all its members have a chance to win!

Where are the basketball games located?

All home games are held at the Donald L. Tucker Center located at 505 West Pensacola Street, for more information and directions call 850-487-1691.
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How do I get a ticket to the game?

Student tickets will be available at the Dick Howser ticket window the day before and the day of each home game this season from 9:00 am – 4:30 pm. There are a couple of exceptions so please note the schedule above. Students are eligible for one FREE ticket with your FSU student ID. Student tickets go especially fast for ACC games and all student tickets are expected to be distributed for the in-state game vs. Florida on Sunday, Dec. 7th as well. Please plan accordingly and make sure to pick up your student ticket as soon as possible. All student tickets that are not distributed before the game will be available on game day beginning one hour prior to tip-off at the Donald L. Tucker Center (Tallahassee Leon County Civic Center) ticket office outside the main concourse. If you have any additional questions please call the Seminole Ticket Office at 64-GO-FSU.

Doors to the Donald L. Tucker Center open one hour prior to tip-off.
For games in which large attendance is expected, fans may arrive early and form a line outside the doors.

Nole Zone members who are qualified will be allowed to enter the Tucker Center earlier than one hour.

Still have a question? E-mail gonoles@fsunolezone.com or call (850) 645-2550

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