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625 Nelson Road, Stanford, CA, 94305
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Hours of Operation
Stanford Stadium is not accessible to the public on non-game days. Stadium gates open approximately 1.5 hours prior to kickoff (subject to change). For your convenience and to ease concourse congestion, it is suggested that you utilize the gate nearest to your seating section. (NOTE: Student entry is at Gate 3)
To schedule a tour of the facility, please contact Facilities & Operations at (650) 723-1949.
Guest Services tents are located outside Gates 2, 4, 8, and 15. Inside the stadium, Guest Services stations are located at the north and south ends of the main concourse, above Sections 124 and 104. These locations are the headquarters for the full range of guest service and general information provided to our guests. Specific information on promotional events, stadium rules, policies and directional and informational brochures are available.
A new Stanford Stadium was unveiled in 2006, making the Home of Stanford Football one of the premier college football facilities in the nation. Originally built in 1921, Stanford Stadium played host to many historic events including Herbert Hoover's 1928 presidential nomination acceptance speech, US-USSR track & field meet in 1962, several Olympic soccer matches in 1984, Super Bowl XIX, FIFA World Cup soccer matches is 1994, FIFA Women's World Cup soccer matches in 1999, several San Jose Earthquakes MLS soccer matches, and of course, numerous college football games.
The $100 million new stadium project began on November 26, 2005, moments after Stanford's final game of the season, vs. Notre Dame. The project was completed in an unprecedented 42 weeks, in time to host the Cardinal's 2006 home opener versus Navy on September 16.
The state-of-the-art stadium is set in a park-like setting among groves of eucalyptus and oak trees.
Ticket Office Information
The Stanford Athletics Ticket Office is located on the south side of Stanford Stadium at Gate 2. Tickets for most events are available at the office with no service fees. Some post-season or special events may require a nominal order fee. Children under two years of age are allowed in without a ticket, but must share a seat with their guardian.
Tickets may also be purchased online at GoStanford.com. Service fees may apply.
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Closed Holidays.
Phone: 1-800-STANFORD (1-800-782-6367)
Mail: Stanford Athletics Ticket Office, Arrillaga Family Sports Center, 641 Campus Drive, Suite 200, Stanford, CA 94305
Maps & Directions
Address: 625 Nelson Road, Stanford, CA, 94305 - Google Map
Stanford's athletic facilities accommodate disabled guests by providing wheelchair ramps, lowered drinking fountains, Braille signage, wider doorways, and the following services:
Assistive Listening Devices
Stanford Stadium will make assistive listening devices available for all events. Receivers can be checked out at the Guest Services station located in the south end of the Main Concourse above Section 104.
The high definition video boards at both the north and south ends of Stanford Stadium display closed-captioning of Stadium public address announcements, including player identification, down & distance, etc.
Stanford Stadium provides accessible seats for guests with disabilities and for their companions in both the Lower level and Upper level. Upper level accessible Reserved seats are located at the southwest, northwest, and northeast corners of the Upper level in Row V of Sections 206-208, 218-228, and 238-240. Accessible General Admission seats are located in the Upper level in Row V of Sections 201-205 and 221-225. Lower level accessible seats are located on the main concourse, at the top of each section in Row Y. One companion seat is available for each seat reserved for a wheelchair user. All seats for guests have been selected to allow convenient entry and exit, as well as for accessibility to restrooms and concession stands.
To purchase accessible seating, contact the Stanford Athletics Ticket Office at 1-800 STANFORD, or purchase tickets online.
If you do not purchase accessible tickets, contact a Red Coat usher after entering the seating bowl. You will be directed to the nearest available accessible seats.
Upon request by vision impaired guests, Stanford Stadium food service hosts will read the Stanford concession stand, food court and food cart menus aloud.
All restrooms throughout the main concourse, upper level, and Skybox are ADA accessible. Restrooms near Gates 2 and 4 in the outer concourse are also ADA accessible.
Family restroom is located in the south guest service room located behind section 103.
Parking for guests with disabilities is available in the Varsity Lot between Stanford Stadium and Klein Field at Sunken Diamond (Lot #1). Disabled parking is also available in the H-Lot on the corner of Nelson Road and Galvez Street. A valid state placard is required.
Parking is $20 without a football parking permit.
Football Parking Map