Bryant-Denny Stadium 360-Degree Security Perimeter and Concourse
As we head into our second home football game of the season, a reminder that Bryant-Denny Stadium has a 360-degree security perimeter, which includes six public security checkpoints located around the stadium. To simplify stadium entry, guests are encouraged to queue at the first security checkpoint they arrive to as they approach the stadium.
Once inside the security perimeter, head over to the gate indicated on your ticket as your ticket will only scan at the gate(s) listed. On Android devices, you will need to click the “Details” button on your digital ticket and scroll down to view your assigned gate.
Also, keep in mind that concessions on the south side of Bryant-Denny are now accessible to all fans. We are adding several drink and snack portables on the 100 and 800 level concourses on the east side as well to help alleviate some of the lines at the concession stands that were encountered last game.
No. 18 Soccer Hosts No. 4 South Carolina, Chattanooga this Week
We’ve got a big week on the pitch as our nationally-ranked soccer team hosts No. 4 South Carolina on Thursday at 6 p.m. in the Southeastern Conference opener. The Tide will then step out of SEC action on Sunday for its match against Chattanooga, which is also slated to begin at 6 p.m. Admission to soccer is free, so help us pack the stands and create an incredible home-field advantage for our team!
Men’s Golf Wins Rod Myers Invitational Championship
Congratulations to our men’s golf team for winning its first team championship of the season at the Rod Myers Invitational. Canon Claycomb also claimed medalist honors to help lead the team to victory at the two-day event. Celebratory milkshakes all around!
Six Schedules Announced
More opportunities to mark your calendars as we’ve had six more of our sports schedules announced recently including men’s basketball, women’s basketball, gymnastics (home schedule), men’s and women’s tennis and rowing.
The complete men’s basketball schedule was announced today, which includes 18 SEC games and nonconference matchups with the likes of Gonzaga, Michigan State, Houston, Oklahoma and Memphis.