There are no ATMs located in Doak Campbell Stadium. All of the permanent concessions stands
within the stadium are able to accept credit cards, including VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and
American Express.


Food and drink are available from vendors in the seating areas as well as from concession stands
under the east, west, and south end zone stands.


Water fountains with water filter stations are located throughout Doak Campbell Stadium on the
lower and concourse levels adjacent to most stadium restrooms.



Regulations prohibit unauthorized persons on the playing field before, during, and after the game.


• Smoking and vaping, including e-cigarettes, is STRICTLY PROHIBITED inside Doak Campbell Stadium.
• Guests that wish to smoke may use the designated smoking corrals located on the ground level outside Gates B and L. Guests will be allowed to re-enter the stadium from these areas


Florida State University encourages fan support and banners or signs are permitted if they conform to the following guidelines:
• They do not obstruct building signage, scoreboards, or other fans’ sightlines.
• They are event-specific and contain no advertising.
• They are in generally accepted good taste. “Good taste” is defined at the discretion of Doak Campbell Stadium.
• Banners or signs on poles, including long flagpoles, are not permitted in Doak Campbell Stadium.
• Banners may not be fastened to any surface with tape, staples, Velcro, zip ties, etc.


No professional video cameras or recorders are permitted inside the stadium. Still cameras with a lens over 6” are also not permitted. Cell phone cameras are always allowed, but selfie sticks are prohibited.



• The Tallahassee Fire Department and Leon County EMS have teams deployed in and around the stadium to provide emergency medical services on game day. There is also a First Aid Station located on the ground level of the stadium by Gate C.
• Small personal coolers containing medical supplies may be brought into Doak Campbell Stadium after inspection at Gate C.
• For nursing mothers, special needs or accommodations can be provided at the First Aid Station at Gate C.



Doak Campbell Stadium has 52 restrooms located throughout the ground and concourse levels of the stadium. The majority of these restrooms offer a baby changing station, indicated by Koala Kare decals. There are also Accessible and Family restrooms located in the following areas:

Accessible Restrooms:
• Ground Level at Gates B, C, D, E, F, G, H, K, and L
• Concourse Level by Sections 4, 6, 7, 117, 118, 122, 123, 36, 37, and 39
• Club and Terrace Level Restrooms

Family Restrooms:
• Ground Level at Gates D, E, F, G, H, and L
• Concourse Level by Sections 4, 117, 118, 122, 123, and 39
• Club and Terrace Level Restrooms

• There is also an adult changing station located on the concourse level by Section 122.


  • University Center Club gates in the Dunlap Champions Club Courtyard open 2 hours prior to kickoff for Club members with a valid ticket. All other stadium gates for the general public open 90 minutes prior to kick.
  • Gate A: FSU Recruit, Football Team/Player Guests, Athletic Prospects, and High School Coaches entry
  • Gate F: General Public Entry & Concessions Staff Check-In
  • Gate C: General Public Entry
  • Gate D: General Public Entry
  • Gate E: General Public Entry
  • Gate F: General Public Entry
  • Gate X: Access to Seminole Sportshop located in the University Center Lobby
  • Gate G: General Public Entry
  • Gate H: General Public Entry & Visiting Team Will Call

(Marching Chiefs enter through Gate H 1 hour before kick)

  • Gate J: General Public Entry
  • Gate K: General Public Entry
  • Gate L: General Public Entry
  • Gate M: General Public Entry

Students may enter through any gate but Gates L & M are the closest to their assigned sections.


Once your ticket has been scanned and you are admitted into Doak Campbell Stadium, you may not exit the stadium and re-enter using the same ticket. During a weather delay, ticket stubs will be honored for re-entry into the stadium. Information regarding the weather delay will be displayed on monitors throughout the stadium.



Elevators to transport all fans between ground and concourse levels are accessible at Gates B, E, J and L inside Doak Campbell Stadium. Elevator access for the Club and Terrace Levels are located at the Dunlap Champions Club Courtyard entrance. Additionally, elevators for the FSU Athletic Director’s Suite, Visiting Athletic Director’s Box, and all other West Side Skyboxes are located in the North and South towers by Gate C.



Handicap access is available at all gates. Lower level handicap seating is available in section 10 and 11 of the east stands. Concourse level handicap seating is available 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, & 39, and all restrooms in the south end zone. On the upper level, they are located by sections 4, 5, 38, & 39, and all restrooms in the south end zone. Accessible elevators are located by Gates B, E, L, & J. Limited number of wheelchair/handicap parking spaces are available on a game-by-game basis.


  • In order to comply with applicable laws and meet the needs of individuals with disabilities, Florida State University has dedicated disabled parking for home games that is assigned through the Disabled Parking Program (DPP) application process. These applications are accommodated on a first-come first-serve basis and must be completed each year.
  • Spaces are located either adjacent to the stadium or in the West Pensacola Parking Garage (Lot 9). Individuals provided access to a disabled parking space or area will be mailed information that includes a game day parking placard(s) and a parking map with directions.
  • Those not assigned a parking space in either location, or those looking for single-game parking, can take advantage of additional disabled parking in the St. Augustine Parking Garage near the Tucker Center. Dial-A-Ride bus services will be available before, during, and after the game, and will drop off and pick up at Gates D and H. Cart shuttles are also available to take guests to a different gate closer to their seats. These services can be reached by calling 850-644-5278.
  • Application materials and additional information can be found online at
  • Assisted Listening Devices: For guests with hearing impairments, Assisted Listening Device’s (ALD’s) are available at the FSUPD sub-station at Gate C. Guests are required to leave a Driver’s license/State ID card as collateral for the device. Guests can also use their own ALD device. The assisted listening channel inside the stadium is 216.4250 MHz.
  • Color-Coded ID Wristbands: Upon request, the FSU Police Department will provide color-coded ID wristbands marked with seat and contact numbers for children, the elderly and people with disabilities in case they become separated from family members before, during or after the game. Fans interested in this service can stop by the police substation located at Gate C.
  • Concessions and Retail Merchandising Areas: Retail areas and permanent concession stands throughout Doak Campbell Stadium are equipped with 34-inch counters.
  • Easy Access: Doak Campbell Stadium offers convenient wheelchair/scooter/walker access doors at each gate, in addition to ramps and elevators located throughout the stadium.
  • Elevators: Four passenger elevators in Doak Campbell Stadium are easily accessible at Gates B, E, J and L. The elevators are equipped with audible tone indicators. 6 Elevators are located in the Dunlap Champions Club Courtyard for those members.
  • Emergency Procedures: Campus and local law enforcement/emergency personnel have been trained on emergency preparedness and procedures, including total or partial evacuation. Leon County EMS, Tallahassee Fire Department, FSUPD and Leon County Sheriff’s Officers will have the primary duty of assisting guests with disabilities to specific locations.
  • Restrooms: Wheelchair accessible stalls are located throughout Doak Campbell Stadium in public restrooms on the Ground and Concourse Levels.
  • Service Animals: Only dogs and miniature horses are currently designated by the ADA as service animals, and only if trained to perform work directly related to an individual’s disability. Individual is not required to present the animal’s certification papers.
  • Seating: Accessible seating is available on Ground Level

at Sections 9, 10 and 11 and on the Concourse Level at sections 4, 5, 16, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 27, 39, 40, 214, 218, 219, 223, 224, 228, 315, 319, 323 and 327. Suites can also provide accessible seating. The guest with the disability and their companion must have specific tickets for their seats. A ticket exchange can be requested at the game day ticket office located at Dick Howser Stadium (baseball) prior to the game or at the FSUPD Sub-station located at Gate C.



Lost children should report to the Police Station at Gate C or to the First Aid Station for assistance in locating their parents/guardians.


During the game, lost and found items will be taken to the FSUPD Sub-station located at Gate C. After the event, guests may call FSUPD at 850-644-1234 for items such as keys, wallets, rings, phones or watches. For all other items, guests may contact the Information Desk on the 2nd floor of the Student Services Building at 850-644-3434.


  • Unruly, threatening, or disruptive behavior, such as standing in the aisles, portals or concourses; profane or abusive language; smoking; fighting; throwing of any objects; and public intoxication, will not be tolerated and can result in ejection, arrest, and/or loss of season ticket privileges. Should fans observe any type of disruptive behavior, they should notify the nearest law enforcement officer or event staff person.
  • Distributing handbills, flyers, pamphlets, or other printed materials is also not permitted inside Doak Campbell Stadium or in the surrounding parking and tailgating lots without written consent from the Florida State University Department of Athletics.



To ensure that all guests have a safe and enjoyable visit to Doak Campbell Stadium, guests are not permitted to bring the following items into the stadium:


  • Alcohol or illegal drugs
  • Weapons or explosives
  • Umbrellas
  • Food or beverages from outside the stadium (empty bottles or cups will be permitted)
  • Hard coolers or ice chests
  • All bags that are not clear plastic, vinyl or PVC
  • All bags larger than 12” x 6” x 12”
  • Chair backs with arms or chair backs that are larger than a single seat
  • Artificial noisemakers (whistles, bells, air horns)
  • Video equipment, tape recorders, cameras with lenses longer than 6”
  • Sticks, poles, flags or signs
  • Laser pointers
  • Laptops
  • Pets (with the exception of service animals)
  • Strollers are not allowed and there is no storage service provided at the stadium (Guests who leave their strollers outside the gates do so at their own risk).
  • Personal transportation devices (Skateboards, hover boards, etc.).
  • Beach balls or other airborne objects
  • Unmanned aircraft systems, or drones, flying in the airspace above Campbell Stadium.
  • Additional items may be prohibited at the discretion of the event staff and Law Enforcement Officials as dictated by increased threat conditions.

Small personal coolers containing medical supplies may be brought into Doak Campbell Stadium after inspection at Gate C. Personal radios are also permitted, provided they are equipped with headphones. The channel inside the stadium is FM 94.9.



Each fan is allowed one clear bag (plus clutch or small purse) into FSU home athletic events that conform to the following restrictions:
• CLEAR plastic, vinyl or PVC no larger than 12” x 6” x 12”
(readily available one-gallon, clear, re-sealable plastic storage bags meet the policy).
• If a logo appears on the bag, it cannot be larger than 4.5”x 6.5”.
• Small clutch bags no larger than 4.5” x 6.5”, or approximately the size of a hand, with or without a strap are allowed.
• Medically-necessary items that are too large to fit into a clear bag within allowable dimensions can be brought in only after clearing a screening process at GATE C.

The clear bag policy has been adopted to allow for a safer environment at Florida State home events and in keeping with increased security practices being implemented at venues around the country.



Frequently asked questions about the clear bag policy:
How does this policy improve public safety?
The clear bag is easily and quickly searched and greatly reduces faulty bag searches. It also supports the Department of Homeland Security’s “If You See Something. Say Something” campaign.

How is this policy more convenient for fans?
Clear bags will enable security to move fans through check points much faster than in the past. A standard size bag eliminates the need for bag templates to check bag sizes. Clear bags will allow staff to be more effcient and effective in keeping you safe by preventing dangerous items from entering the stadium.

How many bags can each person bring into the stadium?
One large clear bag – either a one-gallon Ziploc style bag or the 12” x 6” x 12” clear bag – plus a small clutch. The larger clear bag must be a standard 12” x 6” x 12” made of CLEAR PVC vinyl and visually searchable. The small clutch allows privacy for small personal items and is also easily searched.

Can smartphones, tablets, binoculars, or cameras be carried SEPARATELY from what they put in the clear bag?
Yes. Phones, cameras or binoculars can be carried in by hand.

Are seat cushions, seat back chairs still allowed?
Yes. These are allowed.

What if a fan shows up at the gate with a bag that is not permitted?
Fans will not be allowed to enter a venue with a non-conforming bag. Fans will be asked to return items to their vehicle or purchase a clear bag from a vendor on Langford Green (south end of stadium).

What about diaper bags?
Diapers must be carried in a clear bag.

If I have special medical equipment that I need with me at all times, where do I put that?
An exception will be made for medical necessary items after proper inspection at a specified gate. At Doak Campbell Stadium, these items must be cleared at GATE C.


  • On game days, security and fan safety is coordinated by members of Event Staff, FSUPD, Leon County Sheriffs, FHP, TPD, Capitol Police and other law enforcement entities. A FSUPD Lieutenant is Doak Campbell Stadium’s dedicated police liaison, and there is an on-site police command post. The FSU Police Substation is located at Gate C.
  • In the case of emergencies, guest paging is available. Guests requesting a page should go to the FSUPD Substation. Guests can also contact FSUPD by calling 850-644-4252.
  • In order to provide a safe environment for our fans, the following security measures will be in effect:
  • All persons entering the stadium are subject to visual inspection of all items carried into the stadium. The Clear Bag Policy is used as a way of speeding up this process. Fans are encouraged to leave nonessential belongings in their vehicle whenever possible.
  • Searches may cause delays in entering the stadium. Gates open 2 hours prior to kick for our Club Members and 90 minutes prior to kick for the general public. Fans are encouraged to arrive early.
  • Law enforcement personnel may conduct random inspections of any vehicles parking near the stadium. Authorized FSU Police Department representatives have the authority to stop any hazardous or inappropriate activities anywhere on campus. Individuals conducting hazardous or inappropriate activities are subject to arrest and prosecution under applicable state and federal statutes.
  • Offenders’ names will be forwarded to the FSU Athletics Department by the law enforcement representative reporting the citation. Offenders may be issued a warning by the FSU Athletics Department or lose their ticket privileges.
  • FSU students are also responsible for adhering to the Code of Conduct as outlined in the FSU Student regulation 3.004. Student referrals will be made to the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities.
  • For fans who witness a security concern, the “See Something Say Something” text and phone line will be available.
  • Text the word “fsufan” along with a message and your location or seat numbers to 35842. Standard text-message rates apply.
  • Fans may also call (850) 645-JERK (645-5375) if there are any problems with unruly or abusive behavior in their section. Law enforcement officers will respond promptly and take appropriate action. The SeminoleSAFE app also allows users to report behavioral concerns. Through this app fans can take and send pictures of offending parties.



The following Suite and Club Level areas require the appropriate ticket and/or credential in order to access. An event staff member will verify your access to these areas. There are no suites available for single games.

  • Dunlap Champions Club is exclusive to Dunlap Champions Club members. Guests must have a Valid Dunlap Champions Club ticket to enter. Guests can enter starting 2 hours prior to kickoff and can access the club via the Dunlap Champions Club Courtyard elevators.
  • President’s Box guests will sign in at the North elevator tower adjacent to Gate C.
  • Varsity Club guests will enter via the check-in desk on the second level concourse of Doak Campbell Stadium adjacent to section 39. Guests must first enter Doak Campbell Stadium via any stadium gate other than Gate A and make their way to the Varsity Club. The closest stadium gate to the Varsity Club is Gate B.
  • Northeast Skybox check-in is at main entrance of Moore Athletic Center.
  • West side Skybox check-in is at Gate C outside the stadium on the left hand side (facing the stadium).
  • East side Skybox check-in is at Gate K on the right hand side facing the stadium.
  • The FSU Athletic Director’s Suite is located on the West side of Campbell Stadium on the 9th floor – North end. Guests will need to utilize the North elevator tower adjacent to Gate C to gain access to the suite.
  • The Visiting Athletic Director’s Box is located on the West side of Doak Campbell Stadium on the 9th floor – South end. Guests may use the North or South elevator towers to gain access to the 9th floor.
  • Patrons with disabilities and their guests may utilize Club Level entrances, including elevators, and may have one companion accompany them.



Official FSU merchandise can be purchased on game day at various locations inside the stadium. The Seminole Sportshop is located in the University City lobby and be accessed prior to entering the stadium or through Gate X (between F & G) once inside. Other pop-up locations are positioned near sections 6, 16, 27 and 39 on the ground level and sections 11 and 34 on the concourse level. Merchandise is also available online at


Chief Osceola and Renegade are located on the ground level in the North Endzone just inside Gate M. Fans can watch Chief Osceola get prepared and pose for pictures during pre-game.


Sod Talk can be viewed virtually on


  • Tailgating before events is allowed in all surfaced lots. Vehicles may only take up one parking space, and must stay within the gold tailgating limit line, which is in place to prevent the restriction of normal traffic flow.
  • Grills, chairs, coolers, and other equipment may not take up an additional parking space; they must be confined to the area directly behind the vehicle.
  • Adjacent landscaped areas are common areas and may not be claimed exclusively.
  • Please dispose of trash in the appropriate receptacles.
  • The Florida State University drug and alcohol policies can be found at The policy states that sale, service, possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages shall comply with federal and state laws. This policy shall remain in effect for all home football games. Specifically, within the University Policy regarding Tailgating, the policy defines these activities as follows: “gatherings occurring in the designated parking areas surrounding the area of Doak Campbell Stadium prior to and after scheduled football games.”
  • This policy applies to all FSU campus locations. No public sale or distribution of alcohol is authorized on campus (expect in permanent dining establishments). Kegs, glass containers and beer funnels are not authorized on campus.
  • Possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited by persons younger than 21 years of age. Anyone consuming alcohol must be prepared to show proof that he or she is 21 years of age or older.
  • For those interested, tickets can be purchased for the Coca-Cola Fan Tailgate, located outside Gate K, prior to game day on or on game day for $35 or $45 for the Clemson and Florida games.


  • On non-game days, the Florida State University Ticket Office is located between Gates B and C on the ground floor of University Center Building C. The office is open from 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.
  • The Game Day Ticket Office is located at the Dick Howser Stadium (baseball) ticket office. For any ticket-related questions or concerns, please report to this location or call 888-378-6653. The Ticket Office will be open from 4 hours before the announced kick-off time until halftime.
  • Exchanges for ADA seating are serviced here on a first-come first-serve basis. Seating will be exchanged if available.
  • Scalping of tickets around Doak Campbell Stadium is strictly prohibited.
  • For general ticket sales, will call is located at the Dick Howser Stadium (baseball) ticket office. This location is open 4 hours prior to kick and closes at halftime.
  • For FSU football guests, will call is located at Gate A of Doak Campbell Stadium. This location opens 90 minutes prior to kick and closes at halftime.
  • For Visiting Team guests, will call is located at Gate H of Doak Campbell Stadium. This location opens 90 minutes prior to kick and closes at the discretion of the visiting team.
  • For Media, will call is located at the Soccer/Softball Ticket Office.