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Football Game Day Accessibility

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Parking

Free accessible parking for home football games is in parking lot E-6 (behind Sikes Hall), along Parkway Drive, and Cherry Road. Upon entering the lot, a uniformed officer will verify that you have a valid, state issued handicap placard or license tag that is appropriately displayed and will give you blue wristbands that will allow you to use the accessible shuttle service to access the stadium. Please see the transportation section for more information about the shuttle.

Transportation

Upon entry into the Sikes, Parkway Drive, and Cherry Road lot, a uniformed officer will verify your handicap parking placard and give you two wristbands, one for the person the pass is assigned to and one for an assistant. The wristbands will serve as your ticket to use the handicap accessible shuttles to and from Gate 1 of Memorial Stadium. Shuttle service begins 3 hours prior to all home games. As with all weekends, buses do not run on campus during weekend games.

If you did not park in the Sikes, Parkway Drive, and Cherry Road lot and need assistance in getting to the stadium, look for the pickup locations designated by the tall white poles with the blue stripe. Transit Service on gameday is available from the following areas: C-1 parking lot, Snow Center, Seneca Creek Meadows Lot, and Newspring Church.

  • C-1 parking lot: shuttle operates from when the parking lot opens until one hour after kick off.
  • Snow Center / Seneca Creek Meadows / Newspring Church: Shuttle operates from when the parking lots open until one hour post-game.
  • Sikes Hall A.D.A. Shuttle: shuttle operates three hours pregame until one hour post game. The shuttle is limited to the A.D.A. patron and one assistant.

Tiger Transit will not operate for three hours following the end of the game to allow time for traffic to disperse. To request a ride, log on to https://ondemand.transloc.com and select Clemson University from the Agency list.

Golf cart shuttles are also available to assist fans with transportation from standard pick up areas to the stadium. On the day of the game, call (864)656-2931 to arrange a time and pick up location. 

To travel from parking lots to tailgating parties or other venues, you will need to make your own transportation arrangements.

(Football Parking Information; Parking/Transit: Football Game Day Information; Gameday Guide: SC State at Clemson (2016); First-Time Visitor Fan Guide (2014); Visitor Information)

Restrooms

Clemson has a GPS map that can show you the nearest portable or permanent restroom to your location! Visit my.clemson.edu or open the My.Clemson app then click on "Maps," add "Gameday Restrooms" as a layer on the top right menu and then click on the nearest restroom and directions will pull open to show you how to get there!

Permanent restroom locations include:

  • Memorial Stadium (open two hours prior to kickoff)
  • Doug Kingsmore Stadium/Chapman left field grandstands
  • Rock Norman Track Complex
  • Hoke Sloan Tennis Center
  • The Student Union connected to Harcombe Dining Hall
  • Hendrix Student Center
  • Cooper Library
  • Bracket Hall
  • Rhodes Engineering Building
  • Lee Hall
  • Poole and Agriculture (P&A) Building

Seating and Elevators

Accessible seating is located in the North East, South East, North West, and South West corners of the stadium, near the top of sections K, KK, A, AA, T, and J and gates 1, 5, 9 and 13. Of these gates, it is recommended that you enter either 1, 5, or 13 to access your seats. See the stadium map in the Clemson Football Fan Guide.

Other Amenities

 

  • All home football and home basketball games have live captions on the jumbotrons.
  • If you are attending a home football game and have food allergies or need to purchase other amenities, check out the stadium map in the Clemson Football Fan Guide.