2014 Cal Bears Parking Passes
If you think that the full NCAA football experience starts at kick-off, you're way,
way off, as there is nothing quite like being there in the parking lot leading up to a big Cal Bears game that you know is
sure to bring the house down. The PAC-12 is always absolutely filled to the brim with great matchups, and the Bears tend to
be right in the thick of the excitement thanks to a roster that is always loaded with playmakers who can do a little bit of
everything. Joining in the camaraderie of the parking lot at Memorial Stadium in Berkeley is just one of those things that
every fan needs to do every now and again, as you won't see more committed fans anywhere else in the country.
Stadium first opened in 1923, giving Bears fans generations of amazing moments as the perfect backdrop for a big college football
game. But even though the stands are great, the parking lot can be nearly as exciting in the hours leading up to a big game,
giving you the perfect place to be if you're a true Bears fan. Snag your favorite team gear and get ready to see a big Bears
game the way it was mean to be seen, as this is a sport with an atmosphere that simply can't be recreated from home no matter
how hard you try.
Cal Bears Team Info
Playing in the Pac-12, the Cal Bears always have a steady stream
of major competition each and every season, and it's tough to beat the atmosphere that you'll end up being a part of in the
parking lot at Memorial Stadium before the game. So come out and be there for all of the ankle-breaking jukes, spectacular
throws and nail-biting moments as the Bears look to pile up the wins and make a big move up the Pac-12 standings in another
memorable year of bone-jarring football. These are sure to be some of the most sought after tickets around Berkeley once again
this year, as fans are eagerly anticipating another incredible season loaded with moments that will have you on the edge of
Cal Bears Parking Trivia
Did you know that Aaron Rodgers isn't the only Rodgers to get drafted
from Cal into the NFL?
During the 2014 NFL draft, Green Bay snagged another former Cal Golden Bear by taking tight end
Richard Rodgers in the third round, making not only for a great coincidence but for an interesting potential passing connection
for the Packers.
Cal Bears Fans
Imagine that you're just a few hours from kick-off – the moment
that you've been daydreaming about all week as you wait for the big rivalry game with a prominent foe. Where else would you
rather be than in the parking lot sharing your Bears' enthusiasm with tens of thousands of your fellow fans? These are some
of the best amateur athletes in the entire world, though that's something that you need to see for yourself to truly appreciate.
Fans around Berkeley also definitely know how to show their support for the home team, making Memorial Stadium simply the
place to be if you're looking for a bit of heart-pounding excitement.