GAME DAY INFO
Access to the parking lots will begin at 8:00am on Saturday February 4th. RV's may arrive at the stadium at 5:00pm the day before the game. All entry points into the University of South Alabama campus are labeled 1-9 with blue signs on the intersections as well as traffic control signs as you near each intersection. Fans without the proper parking passes will be turned around. You are encouraged to arrive on campus early to find your parking spot.
Entry 1 - John Counts Drive
- Lots 101-105 and RV
- RV sales must be purchased prior to gameday by calling 251-461-1USA.
Entry 2 - Stadium Drive
- Lots 201-206
- ADA lots with service to any gate. The cost is $25. To reserve please call 251-461-1USA
Entry 3 - Jaguar Blvd.
- Lots 301
Entry 4 - Mitchell Center Drive
- Lot 401
Entry 5 - Student Services Drive
- Lots 501-502
Entry 6 - USA South Drive
- Lots 601-606
Entry 8 - USA North Drive
- Lots 801-804
Entry 9 - Research Park
- Lots 901-906
- Available for purchase on game day. The cost is $5.00 (cashless only). FREE Shuttle to and from stadium.
Glass containers and open fires are prohibited. All state laws and municipal ordnances apply. The University of South Alabama and the Senior Bowl are NOT responsible for lost, stolen, damaged, or misplaced items. Fans are encouraged to dispose of all trash in receptacles around campus.
On the map above, the green lots are $5 on game day. Fans can ride a FREE shuttle to and from the stadium. See SHUTTLES & RIDE SHARE below for more shuttle information.
SHUTTLES & RIDE SHARE
Shuttles, ADA Assistance, & Ride Share
Courtesy Golf Carts (only for those in need of assistance)
There will be 6 golf carts running north of South Drive and 6 golf carts running south of South Drive. The golf carts service will be available to ride when the parking lots open at 8am.
- North Route: Bell Tower/South Drive (Servicing 400, 500, and 600 level lots)
- South Route: North Drive (Servicing 800 level lots)
- Green Lots: TRP or Technology Research Park (Servicing 900 level lots)
- This shuttle service is FREE for those paying $5.00 to park in lots 900 level. Shuttle service begins at 8:00am and includes shuttle after the game.
Those with ADA placards may park in Lot 201 (Entry 2 at Stadium Drive) and pay to park in this lot ($25). Golf cart transportation will be available to take patrons to their gate of choice. This service will be available post game as well from Gate 3.
Ride Share (Uber, Lyft) & Taxi Service
The drop off/pick up point for Hancock Whitney Stadium will be at Bebo's Car Wash, located at 6377 Old Shell Road. From there, you are a short walk from the front entrance of Hancock Whitney Stadium. There is no access for Ride Share or Taxi Service on campus for game day.
The south ticket booth will open 90 minutes prior to kick off. To purchase tickets, visit seniorbowl.com/tickets or call 251.461.1USA.
AMERICAN: Detroit Lions, Home Team, West Side Sections
NATIONAL: NY Jets, Away Team, East Side Sections
The Senior Bowls’ tailgating policy matches the University of South Alabama’s policy and is designed to create an enjoyable and safe game-day experience for customers and operations personnel while safeguarding and preserving University property and facilities. (See Tailgating Policy)
For additional questions and information please call the USA ticket office at (251) 461-1872
CLEAR BAG POLICY
Approved bags and items included:
- Bags that are clear plastic and do not exceed 12" x 6" x 12"
- One-gallon, clear, resealable, plastic storage bags
- Small clutch bags or purses no larger than 4.5" x 6.5".
- Seat cushions/Stadium Chair less than 16" (no pockets)
- One empty, clear plastic bottle
Prohibited bags include:
Any non-clear bag including (but not limited to, see above “Approved bags and items”)
- Diaper bags*
- Cases (camera, binoculars, etc.)
- Printed pattern plastic bags
- Reusable grocery totes
- Mesh or straw bags
- Duffel bags
- Large totes
*Items normally carried in a diaper bag must be put into a clear plastic bag for venue entry.
NOTE: There is NO ability to check bags at the stadium.
VIEW CLEAR BAG POLICY PDF
Only credit cards and mobile payments will be accepted for payment during the Senior Bowl. This is to minimize points of contact for fans as well as improve speed of service. Fans can use credit cards or debit cards for purchasing parking, tickets, concessions, or merchandise. Apple Pay and Google Pay are available at select locations.
For many patrons, eating stadium food is a cherished part of the game day experience. With that in mind, Hancock Whitney Stadium will offer great-tasting traditional food staples like hamburgers, hot dogs, and nachos as well as other local vendors.
No matter where you are in the stadium there’s also numerous beverage options including bottled water, soda, and domestic & imported beer. Please note, it is a standard policy to remove bottle caps from any bottled beverages.
SENIOR BOWL MERCHANDISE
Merchandise provided by TEAM IP
Pregame, there will be a merchandise tent located in the Fan Fest area of the South lawn outside Hancock Whitney Stadium. Merchandise will also be sold on the East side of the stadium from a mobile trailer along with multiple interior locations around the concourse.
Additionally, merchandise will be available after this year's game at www.seniorbowl.com under the STORE link.
Hancock Whitney Stadium offers numerous areas for accessible seating options at concourse level around the stadium. Please contact the ticket office at (251) 461-1USA for accessible seating requests.
There are no ATM's inside Hancock Whitney Stadium due to the venue being cashless.
The University of South Alabama welcomes guide or assistance dogs utilized by the disabled or visually impaired. All other animals are prohibited. (See Policy)
There is a bike rack on the north side of the Athletics Administration Building in Lot 311. You can park and secure bikes in this location.
Face masks are encouraged but not required inside Hancock Whitney Stadium. While in an indoor setting (club, suites, restrooms, team store), you are required to wear a face mask unless eating or drinking. Those working staff in the press tower are mandated to wear face masks. If you feel sick or have symptoms related to COVID-19, please remain home, and watch us on NFL Network. To prevent further spread of COVID-19, fans are encouraged but not required to wear a face mask over your nose and mouth when appropriate, wash your hands often and for at least 20 seconds, and cover coughs and sneezes.
Elevators are only available for those with credentials to access the Club, Suite, and Press Levels. Entrance to the elevator lobby is across from Gate 4 on the west side of the stadium.
In the unlikely event of an emergency, the Hancock Whitney Stadium staff will utilize the public address system to inform our guests of the situation and any instructions as applicable.
First Aid Station
First Aid Stations are located on the east and west concourse at Section 110 and 128. There are also mobile medical staff throughout the stadium during events.
The Senior Bowl and University of South Alabama are committed to providing a superb, memorable, and exciting experience in a safe environment for all patrons. Anyone interfering with the event or disturbing other guests may be escorted from the stadium and could be subject to prosecution.
Lost and Found
If you have lost an item, please visit the Customer Service tent at the south end of the stadium near Entry 2. Any items will be taken to the University Police Department.
Hancock Whitney Stadium has six restroom locations on the concourse with a total of over 200 fixtures for women, 93 for men, and 6 for families/unisex. There are also restrooms located on the Club, Suite, and Press level in the Press Tower.
In the interest of guest and staff safety, a search process is required of all guests to prevent access of any unauthorized and prohibited items into the stadium. Guests who refuse to submit to either visual or touch searches will be refused entry. Security Personnel and/or Law Enforcement Officers will conduct these searches. Guests in possession of unauthorized and/or prohibited items must discard the prohibited item in the proper receptacles or return the item to a desirable location of their choosing. Search sticks may be used to move items around, if necessary. Discarded and/or confiscated items will not be returned to guests.
Handheld banners, signs and flags are permitted in the stadium, provided they are not commercial, political, or offensive in nature. Banners may not be hung in the stadium and must be small enough to be handheld. Event security reserves the right to remove these items from your possession. Banners / Flags cannot be attached to a pole.
Smoking is not permitted inside Hancock Whitney Stadium at any time. This includes tobacco and electronic devices.
Hancock Whitney Stadium events are "rain or shine." We recommend that you bring a light poncho, if it should rain, as umbrellas are not permitted into the stadium.
Public Wi-Fi is NOT available inside Hancock Whitney Stadium.