FAQ FOR FSU VS. ALABAMA STATE FOOTBALL GAME
Will there be a Friday Night Block Party (FNBP) in College Town? Absolutely, the Friday Night Block Party that is free to the public and runs from 5-10 p.m.
Is there a Legacy Walk for the game? Yes, the Legacy Walk will be 2 ½ hours prior to kickoff. Fans should gather along the route that the team walks from the Heritage Fountain to where the team enters at Gate K.
What time do parking lots open on Saturday? Parking lots open at 7:00 a.m.
Where can I park for the game? There is general parking throughout campus with the exception of the lots immediately surrounding the University Center/Stadium complex (Lots 1-6), Hendry lot, and the Spirit Way Parking Garage. See the campus map for parking locations.
Will the Intramural Fields be open for parking? Only to Seminole Boosters members with passes.
**Handicap Access, Parking and Seating information below.
What time do gates open on Saturday? All public access stadium gates open at 10:00 a.m.
Can I bring an umbrella into the stadium? No, umbrellas are not allowed inside the gates of the stadium.
Are there cooling stations in the stadium? Not this week.
Are there water fountains in the stadium? Yes, water fountains are located on the lower level and the concourse level adjacent to most stadium restrooms.
What is the clear bag policy for Doak Campbell? Each fan is limited to bringing in a small clutch bag no larger than 4.5” x 6.5” and a clear plastic bag no larger than 12” x 6” x 12” into the stadium. Bags that are not clear or larger than the limit will not be allowed in the stadium. CLEAR BAG POLICY
Can ticketed fans re-enter the stadium exiting the gate? No, fans are NOT permitted to leave and re-enter Doak Campbell Stadium once inside the gates.
If I have an infant, will they need a ticket for entry? Yes, a ticket is required for everyone.
Where is Will Call and the Ticket Office located on game day? They are located at the Dick Howser Stadium ticket booth and open at 1 p.m.
Will ATMs be available in the stadium? Yes, there are several ATM locations inside the stadium.
Where is the First Aid station? The first aid station is located at Gate C inside the stadium. The station is operated by the Tallahassee Chapter of the American Red Cross. A nurse is on duty at all times and emergency service is available. There will be a charge for ambulance service if transportation is required from the stadium.
What do I do if I am separated from a child? Children should be told to report to the Police State at Gate C or to the First Aid Station for assistant in locating their parents.
Is there a lost and found at Doak Campbell? Items may be turned in or claimed at the Police Station, located outside the west stands at Gate C.
Will beer and wine be sold at this game? Yes, the new beer/wine concession areas will be open with two locations outside Doak Campbell. These stands will begin serving when the parking lots open and stop selling beer/wine 10 minutes before kickoff. There will also be two locations inside the stadium on the ground level at the south end that will offer beer and wine. Patrons must consume beer/wine in a designated area adjacent to the concession stand and can not take either into the stands. Beer and wine sales will stop at the end of the third quarter.
Is smoking or vaping allowed in the stadium? No, with the exception of designated smoking/vaping areas that have been established outside of Gates B and L.
Will Spirit Express run on Saturday? Yes, the Spirit Express shuttle will be available. The shuttle service allows fans to park at the Tucker Civic Center and ride to the stadium and back on buses. Spirit Express tickets can be purchased at the Civic Center box office (Box office will open 3 hours before kick-off).
Will the Marching Chiefs still perform at the Baseball Stadium two hours prior to kick-off? Yes, see you there!
Will the Coca-Cola Tailgate be open on Saturday? Yes, the reserved tailgating will be in place.
Will there be a Sod Talk for this game? Yes, it will take place at the Sod Cemetery beginning 90 minutes before kickoff.
Will the Ford Seminole Village at Langford Green have the normal home game events? Yes, see you there!
Is the game being televised? Yes, it is FSU’s first football game on the new ACC Network.
Where can I find the radio broadcast? Locally on 103.1 the Wolf or on the FSU Game Day App.
Handicap access is available at all gates. Lower level handicap seating is available in sections 10, and 11 of the east stands. Concourse level handicap seating is available in the east stand in Section 16, in the south end zone in sections 117-123 and in the west stands in section 27. Accessible restrooms are located on the lower level by sections 4,5,10,33, 38 and 39, and all restrooms in the south end zone. On the upper level, they are located by sections 4,5,38 and 39, and all restrooms in the south end zone. Accessible elevators are located by Gates B,E,L and J. A limited number of wheelchair/handicap parking spaces are available on a game-by-game basis. Contact Transportation and Parking Services at 850-644-5278 for more information.
Is there reserved ADA/disabled parking for this game? Yes! There is reserved ADA/disabled parking in the Pensacola Street Garage, level 1. However, for all home games, you will need to apply to our Disabled Parking Program. Click here for more information and to apply.
Is there ADA/disabled shuttle service available? Yes! FSU encourages ADA fans to ride the complimentary shuttle from the Pensacola Street Garage and Doak Campbell Stadium for easy game day parking. Shuttles will begin running 2 hours prior to kickoff and will deliver to gates E and J at the stadium.