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To help fans prepare for game day and enjoy the best experience possible at our home athletics contests, Utah Athletics has launched a Gameday Information page that provides links to information on tickets, parking, stadium entry, stadium policies, concessions options and fan behavior expectations.



Tickets and parking will be scanned on game day using the ticket holder's mobile device. They also may be transferred to others via email or text message.

  1. To ensure a successful experience with digital ticketing, fans are encouraged to download their tickets and parking passes to the wallet on their smartphone (iPhone and Android) for presentation upon arrival at the parking lot and stadium gates to expedite the entry process.
  2. Step-by-step instructions for the process have been delivered to season ticket holders via email and may be accessed online by logging in to a season ticket holder's account and selecting "Manage Tickets."
  3. It is also recommended that fans plan to arrive early to allow extra time for the entry process.
  4. Single-game tickets for Utah Football home games may be purchased here.



Stadium gates open 90 minutes before kickoff, at 10:30 a.m., on Saturday. To speed the process for entry into Rice-Eccles Stadium, fans are encouraged to arrive early and to review the most efficient route from their parking lot or the Trax station, and determine the most appropriate stadium gate for entry.

  1. Fans parking in on-campus lots north of the stadium may find quickest entry through Honda Gate G, on the northeast corner of the stadium, off South Campus Drive, or continue to Gates H, J or K.
  2. Fans coming from all lots east of the stadium are encouraged walk toward 500 South and continue west toward the large entrance at Gate L, on the southeast corner of the stadium. This entrance is equipped with the greatest number of staff and ticket-scanning devices to handle a high volume of traffic.
  3. Those who park in the west lot, but have seats on the east side or in the south end zone, also would likely find faster entry through Gate L on 500 South.
  4. Students are encouraged to enter Rice-Eccles Stadium through Gate L for quickest entry to the MUSS section.
  5. For those arriving via TRAX, please note that there are three gates for entry on the west side of the stadium: Gates F, D and the Cauldron Stairs.
  6. All main stadium gates also feature a no-bag line for express entry. See a gate map here.



  1. CLEAR BAG POLICY AND NO-BAG EXPRESS LANES: Rice-Eccles Stadium operates on a clear-bag policy, and offers no-bag lanes at all main gates to help expedite entry for those not bringing a bag into the stadium. Only clear bags, up to 12″ x 12″ x 6″, will be allowed inside the stadium. No bags, purses or duffels may be brought into the stadium.
  2. WATER BOTTLES: One factory-sealed bottle of water per person (1 liter or less), is permitted in the stadium. Bottled water may not be frozen. In an effort to be sustainable, empty personal water bottles, (1 liter or less) will be permitted. Glass water bottles will not be permitted. Bottle-filling stations can be found throughout the concourses at Rice-Eccles Stadium.
  3. CASHLESS CONCESSIONS: To reduce touchpoints and increase efficiency with concessions sales, Rice-Eccles Stadium has implemented cashless transactions at all concessions stands. All sales will be completed using either credit cards or Apple Pay and Google Wallet mobile payment apps.

For a complete list of stadium policies, and things to know before you go, please visit our Venue Policies page.



Rice-Eccles Stadium offers a wide variety of concessions options, spread around the entire stadium concourse. A full concessions map and other stadium services can be found here.



The safety of student-athletes and spectators is a top priority for all Utah Athletics home events. We ask all fans to extend a sincere "Welcome to Utah" to all by being respectful and responsible when attending our events, and create a home-field advantage for our teams in a way that also shows class and sportsmanship toward visiting teams. The The FanUP initiative exists to define the expected fan behavior at our home venues and is centered around:

  1. Supporting our Utes and welcoming visiting teams and their fans
  2. Promoting a family-friendly experience
  3. Enjoying the game responsibly
  4. Cheering loud and being Ute Proud!
  5. Reporting fan behavior issues by texting 'FANUP' to 69050

Profanity, public intoxication, rude and disrespectful behavior, racial and derogatory comments or verbal attacks directed at individuals or groups will not be tolerated. Anyone who engages in unlawful, unsafe or inappropriate conduct will be removed from the premises, and we encourage all fans to help us identify and call-out such behavior. Please read President Taylor Randall and Athletics Director Mark Harlan's "Welcome to Utah" FanUp letter to fans.

To learn more about FanUP, please visit: