Assisted Listening System Equipment - Assisted listening system equipment is available inside Gates 4 & 23 at Lost & Found locations.
ATMs - ATMs are located on the east and west concourses of Memorial Stadium and in the lobby on the southeast corner of 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 ($5) at locations in the stadium throughout the concourse. Seat cushions without backs are permissible. Bags & Bag Search - The University of Nebraska reserves the right to examine any bag/container brought into the stadium. Most drawstring bags are allowed. Backpacks and large bags are prohibited.
Disability Services - Gates 3, 15, 16 and 24 are disabled accessible.
Drop Off - Fans can be dropped off north 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 re-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 directions 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 post a comment (tab at the bottom of the home page).
First Aid - The Red Cross provides emergency medical services and first aid stations that are located in the northwest concourse, southeast corner and West Stadium Club level. The emergency heart unit is in the northwest concourse; Advanced Cardiac Life Support is in the southeast corner of the stadium. Contact Red Cross volunteers, Boy Scout volunteers or stadium security personnel for assistance.
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.
Game Day Schedule
- (pregame, prior to kickoff)
- 7 a.m. - Stadium Drive closed to vehicle traffic
- 4 hours - Ticket Office opens, North Stadium Lobby opens (closes 30 minutes before kickoff)
- 3 hours - Husker Nation Pavilion opens, West Stadium Lobby opens
- 2.5 hours - Unity Walk- Football Team arrives (East stadium plaza)
- 1.5 hours - Stadium gates open
- 45 minutes - Band marches to stadium (gates 3 & 11)
- 20 minutes - Field cleared for pregame activities
Gates/Stadium Entry - Fans are encouraged to enter the stadium at the gate printed on their ticket; however, fans can enter gates 4-23 to access the East, North and West Stadium. Gates 1 and 24 are limited entrance points only for those persons holding tickets that specifically indicate gate 1 or 24.
Guest Services - Guest Service booths are located around the exterior of Memorial Stadium; outside gates 2, 12 and 20.
Huskers Authentic - The Official Team Store of the Huskers. The main store is located on the west side of Stadium Drive. Satellite stores are located on east and west concourses, east stadium plaza inside Memorial Stadium and at Husker Nation Pavilion. The Official Team Store opens at 7 a.m. for morning kickoffs and 10 a.m. for afternoon and evening kickoffs.
Husker Nation Pavilion - The Husker Nation Pavilion is located on the Gass turf practice field just outside of the northeast corner of Memorial Stadium. It opens three hours before kickoff of every home game and is free fun for the whole family. It includes activities such as a autograph sessions, inflatables and games. A video board shows football games from around the country with seating at the Ed Weir Stadium just south of the Pavilion. Husker fans can also listen to the IMG College Husker Sports Network pregame radio broadcast, live from the Pavilion before each game. For more information, contact Nebraska Athletic Marketing at (402) 472-0775.
Junior Blackshirts - Jr. Blackshirts day camp for 2-12 year olds, offered by UNL Campus Recreation. Your child care option for select home football game days. Learn more at http://crec.unl. edu/youth/index.shtml.
Lost and Found - Stadium lost and found areas are located inside gates 4 (West Stadium) and 23 (East Stadium) and are open 90 minutes pre- and 45 minutes post-game. 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. Items may be claimed by contacting the Athletic Events Office at (402) 472-1003.
Osborne Athletic Complex - The Traditions Lobby and The Nebraska Experience Room will be open to the public four hours before kickoff (videos will not be shown on game day). You can view our national championship trophies, BCS trophies, assorted bowl trophies and more. Guided tours are not available on game day. For more information on the Tom and Nancy Osborne Athletic Complex, guided tours, and self-guided tours, please visit Huskers.com or for tour info call (402) 472-3333.
Parking - See "Parking" under gameday menu
Permissible Items - Fans can access the express entry lanes when entering the stadium with a jacket and tickets. Small purses, camera bags and seat cushions without backrest are also allowed in the stadium, but must be screened at the security check points.
- University Operator - (402) 472-7211
- University Police - (402) 472-2222
- Nebraska Athletic Ticket Office - (402) 472-3111 or(800) 8-BIGRED
- Nebraska Athletic Department - (402) 472-4224
- Husker Athletic Fund- (402) 472-2367
- Nebraska Event Management - (402) 472-1003
- Lost & Found (postgame) - (402) 472-1003
- Junior Blackshirts - (402) 472-3467
- StarTran shuttle service - (402) 476-1234
Photography - Use of cameras is permitted. Professional, detachable lenses and video cameras are prohibited. Game action may not be filmed.
Programs - Programs are sold at all concession stands and in stands outside the stadium.
Prohibited Items - Alcoholic beverages, controlled substances, backpacks, large bags, coolers, chairbacks, noise makers, glass bottles, cans, video cameras, banners/flags on poles 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.
Radio - The IMG College Husker Sports Network will produce and market the live broadcasts for Nebraska football in 2013. Anchor affiliates will again be KFAB (1110 AM) in Omaha, KLIN (1400 AM) in Lincoln and KRVN (880 AM) in Lexington. A complete list of affiliates can be found at Huskers. com. Sirius XM satellite radio will again carry Nebraska games.
Smoking - Smoking is NOT permitted in Memorial Stadium.
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. Parking lots will open at 6 a.m. for games kicking off prior to 6 p.m. and 11 a.m. for kickoffs 6 p.m. or later.
Text Messaging Service - In case of emergencies or to report a disturbance in your area, send a SMS text message to 69050, keyword UNLPD. Then type in your complaint and location. Standard text message rates will apply.
Towed Vehicles - You may claim your vehicle by contacting the UNL Police at (402) 472-2222.