A Mom’s Guide To Neyland Stadium

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Is there anything cuter than your entire family decked out in orange and white, headed to a Tennessee game? The answer is, well, probably not! We know it can be overwhelming tackling a college game day with littles in a place that seats over 100,000 people. That’s why we’ve put together a list of must-know information for taking your kids to a game at Neyland Stadium.

Clear bag policy

  • Diaper bags do not count as medically necessary items. The contents of your diaper bag must be in a CLEAR bag, no larger than 12″ x 6″ x 12″. 
  • You can take a small clutch (doesn’t have to be clear) if it is no larger than 4.5″ x 6.5″

If you’re breastfeeding and/or pumping

  • You can bring your pump, but it will need to be checked at a gate as a medical item. 
  • Visit a first aid station within the stadium for access to a lactation room. 

Must-know information

  • Everyone must have a ticket regardless of age. Yes, even babies. 
  • Strollers are not allowed.
  • Electronic mobile entry is the only way into the stadium. No PDF printables. Download your tickets to your mobile device before arriving. 
  • You can not leave the stadium and be readmitted. 
  • Gates open two hours before kickoff.
  • Roads begin closing around the stadium three hours before kickoff. 
  • There are multiple family restrooms throughout the stadium. We recommend using these!

Parking

  • Numerous KAT buses transport fans to and from the Civic Coliseum, Old City, and Market Square area of downtown at a round-trip cost of $10 per person beginning three hours before kickoff.
  • Eight buses run from Farragut High School off Campbell Station Road to Neyland Stadium for $20 per person beginning three hours before kickoff.
  • Limited Free ADA/accessible parking is available on the UT Agriculture Campus on a first-come, first-served basis. A placard is required. 
  • Football shuttles begin running to parking areas with 10 minutes left in the 3rd quarter.

Game day fun

  • Vol Walk begins two hours and 15 minutes prior to kickoff at the torchbearer statue and continues down Peyton Manning Pass, turns left onto Phillip Fulmer Way, and ends at Gate 21-A.
  • The Band March happens one hour and 40 minutes before kickoff. They go down Volunteer Boulevard and across the Pedestrian Bridge, turning onto Phillip Fulmer Way and entering the stadium at Gate 21-A.
  • Vol Village is FREE! You don’t need a ticket to join in on all the family-friendly fun across from Circle Park.

You can find more game day information as well as information for every sport’s home games at AllVols.com. GBO! ๐ŸŠ 

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