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Memorial Stadium

Football Game Day Information

As part of our ongoing effort to enhance our fan experience and improve safety at all of our venues, we are excited to offer a convenient way for fans to access tickets and parking passes for every Husker home event directly on their smartphone. Nebraska Athletics offers contactless entry into all venues.

Tickets can be accessed via their Huskers ticket account on a web browser or through the Nebraska Huskers mobile app. To save time at the venue, fans are encouraged to save tickets and parking to their Apple Wallet or Google Pay apps prior to arrival on game day.

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Accessible Parking

Season permits for patrons with state-issued handicapped vehicle/parking permits or license plates are available in donor lots 5, 8, and 9 on a limited basis and can be applied for through the Athletic Ticketing and Development Office.

Donor lots 5 and 9 have free shuttle cart service for persons with limited mobility to the northeast and east locations of Memorial Stadium.

Single-game accessible parking is available on campus on a first-come, first-served basis. Donor lots 9 and 12 have limited spaces reserved for those with state-issued handicapped vehicle/parking permits or license plates. Additional accessible parking is available at 14th & U Streets (east of Morrill Hall, 14th & W Streets) and the Lot 9 parking garage (14th & Avery Ave.), for $25 per game. Lot 9 is the primary accessible parking option for our fans.

Free public parking for the disabled is available at meter spots on 14th and Vine on a first-come, first-served basis.
 

StarTran

Fans are encouraged to use the convenient game-day shuttle service through StarTran. Shuttle service to and from the stadium begins two (2) hours before kickoff with the last shuttle 45 minutes before kickoff. Shuttles will return to the lots post game at the beginning of the 4th quarter. For more information on the Big Red Express, search lincoln.ne.gov under keyword ‘startran'. For question, contact the Star Tran Shuttle Service at 402-476-1234.

The pick-up and drop-off points will be:
• Northwest High School (49th and Holdrege St.)
• South Pointe (27th and Pine Lake Rd.)
• North Star High School (Six blocks east of North 27th and Folkways Blvd.)
• Gateway Shopping Center (66th and O Street)

For more information - click here


Donor Lots

Game day parking for all lots directly surrounding Memorial Stadium are reserved for Nebraska Athletic Department donors.


Lot Operations

Improperly parked vehicles or those found in a restricted area will be towed at the owner's expense. Towed vehicles may be claimed by calling (402) 472-2222. No overnight parking is allowed in the donor lots. The lots will open at 6 a.m. for kickoffs before 6 p.m. and at 11 a.m. for kickoffs at 6 p.m. or later, with the exception of Lots 19, 20 and 21, which open at 6 a.m. for kickoffs at 11 a.m. and for 8 a.m. for all other kickoffs. Lot 11 is a reserved area for RV's presold to donors on a season basis only. The rest of Lot 11 is for donors with regular vehicles. Additional parking for RVs without a Lot 11 parking permit is available next to the Bob Devaney Sports Center off 14th and Military Road. These spaces will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. For pricing and general questions, please contact UNL Parking Services at (402) 472-8436. One vehicle per parking space. Each parking space must display a valid parking permit for that stall and/or lot. General fan drop offs can be conducted at a bus cutout located directly NW of Memorial Stadium off of Salt Creek Roadway. Drop off attempts in restricted areas are prohibited.


How to Reach Your Lot

Game day parking for all lots directly surrounding Memorial Stadium are reserved for Nebraska Athletic Department donors.

Click on the links below for up-to-date diving direction via Waze

Lot 1** - Enter/exit from 10th and T
Lot 2 - Enter/exit from 11th and Q
Lot 3 - Enter/exit from 10th and T
Lot 4* - Enter/exit from 10th and T
Lot 5 - Enter/exit from Salt Creek Roadway eastbound
Lot 6* - Enter/exit from 10th and T
Lot 7 - Enter from 8th and S, exit northbound on 8th
Lot 8 - Enter/exit from Salt Creek Roadway eastbound
Lot 9** - Enter from 14th, exit northbound
Lot 10 - Enter from W eastbound via 14th, exit W eastbound turning on 16th
Lot 11 - Enter from Charleston St. and N 12th St. or N 10th St., exit N 12th St.
Lot 12 - Enter from 14th and Vine, exit Vine eastbound
Lot 13 - Enter from 10th and exit on 11th and Q
Lot 14** - Enter/exit from 11th and Q
Lot 15 - Enter/ext from 9th & Q
Lot 16** - Enter from 10th, exit on Q
Lot 17** - Enter from Q, exit on 14th
Lot 18 - Enter from 8th and S, exit northbound on 8th
Lot 19 - Enter/exit from Sun Valley Blvd. and Line Drive (turn south to enter)
Lot 20 - Enter/exit from Sun Valley Blvd. and Line Drive (turn south to enter)
Lot 21 - Enter/exit from Sun Valley Blvd. and Line Drive (turn north to enter)
Lot 23 - Enter from Vine, exit from Vine eastbound
Lot 24 - Enter from North 8th and S, Exit on S
Lot 25 - Enter from 14th, exit northbound
*Closes 90 minutes before kickoff up until post game traffic clears
**No open fires and no electricity provided in the parking garages

Parking Map for Memorial Stadium

Postgame Driving Routes

Drop Off

Fans can be dropped off northwest of Lot 8 via eastbound Salt Creek Roadway.


Tailgating

The University of Nebraska promotes responsible tailgating. Please be considerate of those around you – both outside the stadium and in your seat. Intoxication can lead to denied entry into Memorial Stadium.
 
Game day parking for all lots directly surrounding Memorial Stadium is reserved for Huskers Athletic Fund donors. One vehicle per parking space. Parking passes and parking spaces should be reserved for vehicles only. Vehicles must fit into their parking stall only and may not extend into additional parking stalls. If a vehicle is too large for a parking stall then they will be denied entrance into the lot. Tailgating should only extend to available areas directly in front and/or behind your parking stall, if available, without impeding neighboring stalls. We reserve the right to revoke any passes used for unauthorized purposes.
 
No overnight parking is allowed in the donor lots. The lots will open at 6 a.m. for kickoffs before 6 p.m. and at 11 a.m. for kickoffs after 6 p.m.


Towed Vehicles

You may claim your vehicle by contacting the UNL Police at (402) 472-2222.


Bike Valet

The University of Nebraska Campus Recreation's Department offers a bike valet service on football game days. The service is located in the east entrance of Cook Pavilion (Nebraska's old indoor football practice field). Operating hours may vary depending on kickoff time but will typically be open two (2) hours prior to kickoff and will always close one (1) hour postgame. This is a free service. There will be a secure check-in and check-out procedure where bikes not picked up before close will be assessed a “storage” fee and will be available for pick-up during the next business day during normal operating hours. For complete details and routes, please visit http://bike.unl.edu/bikevalet. For questions, comments or concerns, please contact Jordan Messerer with Campus Recreation at 402-472-8871.

Each ticketed attendee will be allowed to enter with one (1) clear plastic bag. Fans will be able to carry the following styles and bag sizes into Nebraska's athletic facilities:

  • Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12" x 6" x 12"
  • One-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar)
  • Small clutch bags, approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap can be taken into the venue with one of the clear plastic bags. The bag cannot be larger than 4.5" x 6.5".
  • Exceptions will be made for approved medical needs items after proper inspection.

Clear Bag Policy

Bags & Bag Search

Nebraska Athletics adheres to a clear bag policy for ALL ticketed Nebraska events. Only clear tote bags no larger than 12” x 6” x 12” will be allowed into ticketed Nebraska events. One-gallon clear plastic bags and/or small handheld purses (4.5” x 6.5”) will also be allowed to enter. Please see huskers.com/bagpolicy for more information.


Elevator Use

Elevator passes (2 people per pass) are issued for the East and West Stadiums for those in mobility impaired seats. Those holding suite or club level tickets can access elevators in their respective premium level lobby. 600 level east patrons have a dedicated escalator inside Gate 18. Service elevators will be used by elevator passes in east. An elevator is located inside Gate 15 which can be used for mobility impaired persons needing access to the upper northeast concourse.


Standing Policy

We have no policy which would remove fans from the stadium if they are simply cheering or being loud. If there are complaints that fans are standing throughout the game and blocking the view of those behind them, the fans will be warned that others have a right to see the game. We realize that in the student sections standing is customary and normally everyone stands throughout the game. However, in other parts of the stadium many people either prefer to sit or aren't physically able to stand throughout the game. Therefore, in order to see what is going on they do have a right to gain some assistance from staff members if people continually block their view by standing in front of them. Unless a person is drunk, disorderly or abusive they will not be removed from the stadium.


Smoking Policy

As of January 1, 2018, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is a smoke-free, tobacco-free, and vapor free campus. Please visit www.unl.edu/tobacco-free-2018 for more information.


Lost Patrons

Juveniles, disabled patrons and elderly unable to care for themselves should all be reported to the Stadium Operations Center. Stadium staff will remain with the reported person until a law enforcement official arrives to take control. The officer will give a general description of clothing, height, weight, hair color, age, hometown and area last seen to dispatch units. Stadium event staff will be notified. The officer will remain with the reported person until they are reunited with the missing party. Missing adults who can care for themselves will not be assisted by law enforcement.


Medical Exemption

Guests who have a need to bring in certain food/beverages for medical purposes will be allowed as long as those items meet the need of the individual with the medical condition. The Events Office should be notified when patrons request this exemption. Bags/containers that are used for medical purposes and do not meet the clear bag policy guidelines will need to enter specific gates for authorized entry. Please visit huskers.com/bagpolicy for complete details


Diaper/Baby Bags

Standard diaper/baby bags will not be allowed inside Memorial Stadium. These type of bags will need to meet the guidelines of the clear bag policy. Please visit huskers.com/bagpolicy for complete details.


Outside Food & Beverage

Food and beverages from approved game day vendors selling on University grounds are allowed inside the stadium. Personal empty water bottles (plastic only) are allowed into the stadium for fans to be able to refill at the fountains inside. All other outside food and beverage is prohibited. Certain situations may arise, i.e. extreme heat that initiate exceptions to this policy. The University and Athletic Department will communicate to the public if exceptions will be made.


Incident Report Cards

Incident reporting is encouraged and includes facility issues, policy/procedure questions, disorderly conduct, etc. Event staff have incident report cards so they can document these issues. Reporting is encouraged by everyone so we can narrow the amount of repeat issues in a season and better serve our guests.


Solicitation

For guest information regarding the following; Stadium Halo Boundary, Sale of Merchandise, Distribution of Materials and Fundraising at Memorial Stadium, please visit http://bf.unl.edu/policies/football-game-day-stadium-halo-policy for an in depth explanation regarding the rules pertaining to each of these categories. This does speak to the resale of tickets within the campus halo.


Stadium PA Announcements

Requests for public announcements over the P.A. system will only be granted in cases of emergency. The Marketing Department is responsible for all public address announcements.


Postgame Team Access Policy

Postgame access into the Tunnel Walk/Locker Room hallway is restricted to properly credentialed athletics staff and security personnel with all-access credentials and for team members and staff with bench credentials. Media with proper media credentials must enter the Osborne Athletic Complex at the northeast corner for postgame media access which takes place in the Landing and on the east end of the Suh Strength and Conditioning Complex. All family members are encouraged to wait outside the front doors of the North Stadium Lobby.


Bike Valet

The University of Nebraska Campus Recreation's Department offers a bike valet service on football game days. The service is located in the east entrance of Cook Pavilion (Nebraska's old indoor football practice field). Operating hours may vary depending on kickoff time but will typically be open two (2) hours prior to kickoff and will always close one (1) hour postgame. This is a free service. There will be a secure check-in and check-out procedure where bikes not picked up before close will be assessed a “storage” fee and will be available for pick-up during the next business day during normal operating hours. For complete details and routes, please visit http://bike.unl.edu/bikevalet. For questions, comments or concerns, please contact Jordan Messerer with Campus Recreation at 402-472-8871.


Use of UAVs (Drones) on Husker Football Game Days

Special rules exist with UAVs on game days at Memorial Stadium. Please contact the local Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) office prior to operating a UAV at Memorial Stadium or in close proximity to obtain clarification regarding usage.


Fan Ejections

If a patron is being ejected from the game, law enforcement officials will seize their football ticket and escort them from the stadium. If the patron is intoxicated, they will be taken to the processing center. Confiscated game tickets will be reported back to the Athletics Ticket Office.


Student Ejections

If a UNL Student is ejected from the game during the first half, law enforcement officials will escort the patron from the stadium and report their NU ID number to the Stadium Operations Center. Stadium Operations will communicate this to the Athletics Ticket Office where the NU ID number will be entered into the scanner software program, properly identifying this NCard as no re-entry. At the start of halftime, law enforcement officials will seize the NCard of ejected students and they will be instructed to pick up their card no sooner than one (1) hour postgame at UNLPD Headquarters.


Unity Walk

The Nebraska Football Team will arrive two hours and 15 minutes before kickoff in the east stadium loop to conduct their "Unity Walk". After proceeding through the East Stadium loop, the team will unload the buses near the bell tower on the south side of the loop. From there the team will walk through Lot 12 on the east side of the stadium, past the national championship and Coach Devaney statues outside and enter the stadium through Gate 20.


Stadium Opening Procedure

Event Staff supervisors will be responsible for the opening of gates 90 minutes prior to kickoff. This call will be made by Athletics Branch Director. Student gates may be opened prior to 90 minutes so to better expedite the handling of numerous early arriving students. This call will be made by the Athletics Deputy Branch Director and communicated with the Stadium Operations Center. The timing will vary depending on the size of the early student arrival.


Stadium Closing Procedure

Stadium gates and premium level areas will close to the public approximately one hour postgame.

ADA

Accessible Parking - Season permits for patrons with state-issued handicapped vehicle/parking permits or license plates are available in donor lots 5, 8, and 9 on a limited basis and can be applied for through the Athletic Ticketing and Development Office.

Donor lots 5 and 9 have free shuttle cart service for persons with limited mobility to the northeast and east locations of Memorial Stadium.

Single-game accessible parking is available on campus on a first-come, first-served basis. Donor lots 9 and 12 have limited spaces reserved for those with state-issued handicapped vehicle/parking permits or license plates. Additional accessible parking is available at 14th & U Streets (east of Morrill Hall, 14th & W Streets) and the Lot 9 parking garage (14th & Avery Ave.), for $25 per game. Lot 9 is the primary accessible parking option for our fans.

Free public parking for the disabled is available at meter spots on 14th and Vine on a first-come, first-served basis.
 

Mobility Impaired Entrances - Gates 3, 7, 11, 16A, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 23A & 24 are disabled accessible. There is no vertical transportation, i.e. elevators, located inside gates 3, 23A or 24 but all other disabled accessible entrance points will have vertical transportation for those who have proper access privileges.


Assistive Listening System Equipment - Assistive Listening System Equipment is available inside Gate 18 at the Guest Relations/Security Office and inside the West Stadium Lobby at the Guest Relation/Security Office.

Elevator Use - Elevator passes (2 people per pass) are issued for the East and West Stadiums for those in mobility impaired seats. Those holding suite or club level tickets can access elevators in their respective premium level lobby. 600 level east patrons have a dedicated escalator inside Gate 18. Service elevators will be used by elevator passes in east. An elevator is located inside Gate 15 which can be used for mobility impaired persons needing access to the upper northeast concourse.

Service Animals Service animals are permitted but must be harnessed, leashed or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal's work or the individual's disability prevents using these devices. Assistance Animals (also called Emotional Support or Therapy Animals) are not considered service animals under the ADA. These animals are prohibited from entering all UNL Athletic Facilities.

ADA Tickets - All ADA ticket questions should be directed to the Nebraska Athletics Ticket Office at 402-472-3111.

@HuskerCaption - All PA and big screen programming and announcements (play descriptions, scoring, player information, referee and penalty announcements, in-game promotions, entertainment action, advertising videos, emergency messaging, and post-game messages) will be transcribed and distributed to all fans via Twitter at @HuskerCaption. Fans who do not have devices enabled to access Twitter may check out iPads at the East and West Stadium Guest Services.

Assistive Listening System Equipment - Assistive Listening System Equipment is available inside Gate 18 at the Guest Relations/Security Office and inside the West Stadium Lobby at the Guest Relation/Security Office.


ATM

Located on the north (gate 14), east (gate 20), south (gate 1) and west (between gates 6 & 8) concourses of Memorial Stadium and in the lobby on the southeast corner of the Stadium Drive parking garage (Lot 1).


Backrest Policy/Rental

Personal backrests (any shape or size) are not allowed in Memorial Stadium. Backrests are available for rent on a single-game basis at locations inside the stadium concourse. Seat cushions without backs are permissible. East Stadium Upper level seats have backrests


Bags & Bag Search

The University of Nebraska reserves the right to examine any bag/container brought into the stadium. Nebraska Athletics adheres to a clear bag policy for ALL ticketed Nebraska events. Only clear tote bags no larger than 12” X 6” X 12” will be allowed into ticketed Nebraska events. For full details, please visit huskers.com/bagpolicy


Breast Feeding/Pumping

There are stations located throughout the stadium - including the lobby of Gate 19, as well as stations near the first aid areas on the northwest concourse and the southeast field level. Fans sitting in premium areas should contact an event staff member on their floor and they can direct you to the nearest location.
 

Disability Services

Gates 3, 7, 11, 15, 16A, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 23A & 24 are disabled accessible.


Drop Off

Fans can be dropped off northwest of Lot 8 via eastbound Salt Creek Roadway.


Electronic Ticket Scanning/Exiting the Stadium/Re-Entry

All tickets will be electronically scanned to verify authenticity. Tickets must be scanned each time a guest enters or exits the stadium. At the start of the fourth quarter there will be no entry. Guests are reminded that any items they bring into the stadium upon re-entry are subject to search.


Emergency Information

In the event of an emergency where the seating areas need to be vacated, direct your attention to the video boards, listen to public address announcements and follow the direction of stadium staff.


Event Staff

Any event staff member will be able to answer general questions. When in doubt, ask to speak with an event staff supervisor.


Fan Experience

Let us know how your game day experience was by visiting Huskers.com and posting a comment.


First Aid (Medical Stations)

The American Red Cross provides emergency medical services in the stadium and at first aid stations located in the southeast corner of field level, east stadium upper concourse, northwest concourse and west stadium club level of the stadium. The southeast and northwest aid stations will be staffed with paramedics, EMTs & physicians to provide advanced medical care and facilitate any necessary transfers to area hospitals. Contact Red Cross volunteers, Boy Scout volunteers or stadium security personnel for assistance. The Red Cross cannot assist fans to and from stadium seating. City of Lincoln Police and Fire Chaplains are also available in the aid stations to provide assistance if necessary.


Food and Beverage

Food and beverages from approved game day vendors selling on University grounds are allowed inside the stadium. Personal empty water bottles (plastic only) are allowed into the stadium for fans to be able to refill at the fountains inside. All other outside food and beverage is prohibited. Certain situations may arise, i.e. extreme heat that initiate exceptions to this policy. The University and Athletic Department will communicate to the public if exceptions will be made.


Game Day Schedule (Pregame, Prior to Kickoff)

6 a.m. - Stadium Drive closed to vehicle traffic

4 hours - Ticket Office opens (3hrs prior for 11am kicks)

3 hours - Husker Nation Pavilion opens

2.25 hours - Unity Walk – Football Team arrives (East Stadium Plaza, Enters Gate 20)

2 hours - West Stadium Lobby, Gates 19 and 21 (East Stadium) open for suite and club ticket holders only

1.5 hours - Stadium Gates Open

45 minutes - Band marches to stadium, enters Gates 3 & 11

20 minutes - Field cleared for pregame activities


Gate Speaker System

Important game day information will be broadcast via speakers at all entry points in Memorial Stadium. The gate speakers will also serve as a system for communicating directions and important information during emergencies..


Games / Stadium Entry

Fans are encouraged to enter the stadium at the gate printed on their ticket; however, fans can enter gates 1-16, 18, 20 & 23 to access all stadiums. Other gates are reserved for premium level tickets or specialty gate tickets only. Gates 1, 6, 8, 17, 18, 19, and 21 will close shortly after kickoff, use the next available open gate to gain access into the stadium. Fans will be required to open outer garments for visual inspection upon entry. Fans are also encouraged to travel lightly to the game and leave unnecessary belongings at home or in your vehicle. (see Bags & Bag Search).


Guest Services

Guest Service booths are located on the inside and outside of the East and West Stadiums.


Huskers Shop

The official team store of the Huskers. The main store is located at Pinnacle Bank Arena (PBA) with another larger store location inside East Stadium (Gate 18). Satellite stores are located around the concourses, in the east and west club levels, Husker Nation Pavilion, Stadium Drive and T Street, and outside the east and NW parts of Memorial Stadium. The east store (gate 18) and other outside stores will be open approx. 3-5hrs before, depending on kickoff. The club levels will open 2hrs before kickoff with the other inside locations opening up 90min before kickoff. Visit Huskers.com for PBA store hours.

 

Lap Ticket

Lap tickets are available for children under the age of 1 for $20. Tickets have to be purchased on the day of the game and the child must be present. Tickets can be purchased at the Nebraska Athletic Ticket Office or at the ticket windows by Gate 21.


Lost and Found

Stadium lost and found areas are located at the Guest Relations/Security Offices inside Gate 18 of east stadium and inside the west stadium lobby and are open 90 minutes pregame. Individuals who find lost articles should contact event security or police officers. All lost and found items will remain at the stadium until the end of the season. If you lost something, please fill out this form.


Osborne Athletic Complex

The Traditions Lobby and The Nebraska Experience Room is open four hours prior to kickoff and closes two hours prior to kickoff.
 

Phone Numbers (all are 402-472-XXXX unless indicated)

University Operator - 7211
University Police - 2222
Ticket Office - 3111 or (800) 8-BIGRED
Athletic Department - 4224
Development - 2367
Event Management - 1003
Lost & Found - Click Here
StarTran Shuttle Service - 402/476-1234


Photography

Use of cameras is permitted but camera cases are prohibited under the clear bag policy (see Bags and Bag Search). Game action may not be recorded.


Prohibited Items

Alcoholic beverages, controlled substances, bags not conforming to the clear bag policy (see bags & bag search), coolers, chair backs, noise makers, glass bottles, cans, video cameras, banners/flags on poles, use of selfie sticks and open umbrellas. Consideration of other spectators is expected. With the passage of the concealed weapons law in the state of Nebraska, fans are reminded that concealed weapons are not allowed on the UNL campus and are prohibited at all collegiate sporting events. At the discretion of game management, other items are subject to being prohibited.

• Alcoholic beverages
• Controlled substances
• Bags larger than security tubs
• Coolers
• Chairbacks
• Noise makers
• Glass bottles or cans
• Video cameras
• Banners/flags on poles and open umbrellas


Radio

The Huskers Radio Network will produce and market the live broadcast for Nebraska football in 2021. A complete list of affiliates can be found at Huskers.com here. The radio broadcast can also be streamed for free on Huskers.com and on the Husker Mobile App.


Smoking

As of January 1, 2018, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is a smoke-free, tobacco-free, and vapor free campus. Please visit www.unl.edu/tobacco-free-2018 for more information.


Sportsmanship

The University of Nebraska promotes good sportsmanship and conduct among our alumni, students and friends. Inappropriate conduct, activity or any discourtesy should be reported to stadium personnel or the Athletic Events Office at (402) 472-1003. You may also utilize our text messaging service to report such complaints (see Text Messaging Service).


Storage

There is not a secure area for patrons to store any personal items inside the stadium. Permissible items stored at seating locations cannot impede fan traffic, i.e. strollers, walkers, blankets, etc.


Tailgating

The University of Nebraska promotes responsible tailgating. Please be considerate of those around you – both outside the stadium and in your seat. Intoxication can lead to denied entry into Memorial Stadium.
 
Game day parking for all lots directly surrounding Memorial Stadium is reserved for Huskers Athletic Fund donors. One vehicle per parking space. Parking passes and parking spaces should be reserved for vehicles only. Vehicles must fit into their parking stall only and may not extend into additional parking stalls. If a vehicle is too large for a parking stall then they will be denied entrance into the lot. Tailgating should only extend to available areas directly in front and/or behind your parking stall, if available, without impeding neighboring stalls. We reserve the right to revoke any passes used for unauthorized purposes.
 
No overnight parking is allowed in the donor lots. The lots will open at 6 a.m. for kickoffs before 6 p.m. and at 11 a.m. for kickoffs after 6 p.m.


Text Messaging Service

For fan assistance, text 402-472-0800. Standard text message rates will apply. Texts are received by Stadium Operations and a response will be initiated.


Towed Vehicles

You may claim your vehicle by contacting the UNL Police at (402) 472-2222.

Accessible Parking

Season permits for patrons with state-issued handicapped vehicle/parking permits or license plates are available in donor lots 5, 8, and 9 on a limited basis and can be applied for through the Athletic Ticketing and Development Office.

Donor lots 5 and 9 have free shuttle cart service for persons with limited mobility to the northeast and east locations of Memorial Stadium.

Single-game accessible parking is available on campus on a first-come, first-served basis. Donor lots 9 and 12 have limited spaces reserved for those with state-issued handicapped vehicle/parking permits or license plates. Additional accessible parking is available at 14th & U Streets (east of Morrill Hall, 14th & W Streets) and the Lot 9 parking garage (14th & Avery Ave.), for $25 per game. Lot 9 is the primary accessible parking option for our fans.

Free public parking for the disabled is available at meter spots on 14th and Vine on a first-come, first-served basis.
 

Mobility Impaired Entrances

Gates 3, 7, 11, 16A, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 23A & 24 are disabled accessible. There is no vertical transportation, i.e. elevators, located inside gates 3, 23A or 24 but all other disabled accessible entrance points will have vertical transportation for those who have proper access privileges.


Assistive Listening System Equipment

Assistive Listening System Equipment is available inside Gate 18 at the Guest Relations/Security Office and inside the West Stadium Lobby at the Guest Relation/Security Office.


Elevator Use

Elevator passes (2 people per pass) are issued for the East and West Stadiums for those in mobility impaired seats. Those holding suite or club level tickets can access elevators in their respective premium level lobby. 600 level east patrons have a dedicated escalator inside Gate 18. Service elevators will be used by elevator passes in east. An elevator is located inside Gate 15 which can be used for mobility impaired persons needing access to the upper northeast concourse.


Service Animals

Service animals are permitted but must be harnessed, leashed or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal's work or the individual's disability prevents using these devices. Assistance Animals (also called Emotional Support or Therapy Animals) are not considered service animals under the ADA. These animals are prohibited from entering all UNL Athletic Facilities.

ADA Tickets

All ADA ticket questions should be directed to the Nebraska Athletics Ticket Office at 402-472-3111.

@HuskerCaption

All PA and big screen programming and announcements (play descriptions, scoring, player information, referee and penalty announcements, in-game promotions, entertainment action, advertising videos, emergency messaging, and post-game messages) will be transcribed and distributed to all fans via Twitter at @HuskerCaption. Fans who do not have devices enabled to access Twitter may check out iPads at the East and West Stadium Guest Services.

  • Found items can be located at the Guest Relations/Security Offices inside Gate 18 of East Stadium and inside the West Stadium Lobby and are open 90 minutes pregame.
  • Immediately postgame, all lost and found items will be taken to the West Stadium Guest Relations Office.
  • A claim for lost and found items can be made by filling out this form