Follow signs to Seattle. Use Exit SR520 towards Bellevue-Kirkland (East). Use the Montlake Blvd. exit. Turn left onto Montlake Blvd., and Husky Stadium will be on the right.
Use the SR520 exit towards Seattle. Cross the Evergreen Point Floating Bridge heading west. Use the Montlake Blvd. exit. Take a right once the exit ramp ends, and Husky Stadium will be on the right.
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There are a variety of paid parking options surrounding the stadium. Prices vary according to car size and number of people in the car (with a lower price for more people per car). On game days, the lots generally reach capacity between 30 and 60 minutes before start time.
During football games, the public can park in the main campus lots, the west campus lots (west of 15th Ave. NE), and in Lots E1 and E2 (to the north of Husky Stadium on Montlake Blvd.). Parking in E1 is done in a bumper-to-bumper/stack method, meaning that each vehicle cannot exit until the vehicle in front has exited. Motor homes can park in E1.
There are also other parking options north of CenturyLink Field in the central business district.
Individuals who have purchased Tyee Club seats and submitted a parking request form (deadline is June 15) can buy season parking passes.
For more information on parking, contact 206.616.8710 or send an e-mail. For more information on Tyee season parking passes, call 206.543.2234.
There are plenty of transportation options to Husky Stadium.
For information on the Central Link Light Rail system, check out their website.
For games that start before 5:00 p.m. Pacific time, Sounder Trains cost $4.75 USD per person, and are free for U-Pass holders.
There are also regional bus routes. Stops near the stadium include: 510, 511, 522, 545, 550, 554, 577, 578, and 594.
The King County Park and Ride Service also offers public transportation to the stadium. Buses are not free for the 2012 season. Find out more information here.
Children 2 years old and younger don't need a ticket as long as they sit in a ticket holder's lap and don't block the view of other fans. Strollers can be dropped off and stored at the guest services office and all first aid stations.
Find will call at the regular ticket office, and you can pick up tickets 3.5 hours before the game.
Player guest will call is at the northwest plaza, and opens 2 hours before the game, and recruit and high school coach will call is at the north plaza.
ATMs are located in the following places:
Open containers of alcohol are not allowed in public, and outside alcohol is not allowed inside Husky Stadium.
Plastic bottles are allowed so long as they are smaller than 2 quarts. The following are not allowed:
Photography is allowed. Video recording devices and tripods are not allowed. Commercial use is not allowed without a licensing agreement with Collegiate Images.
Throughout the stadium there are 23 concession stands that offer a variety of food and beverage options such as hot dogs, popcorn, BBQ, seafood, soda, water, coffee, and hot chocolate.
In the southwest corner of Bank of America Arena, the Husky Team Shop sells Husky fan merchandise Monday - Saturday from 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Pacific time. Merchandise can also be purchased any time from www.gohuskies.com.
On game days, there are 12 Husky Team Shop booths throughout the stadium in the Northwest, Southwest, and South Plazas.
Gates open 2 hours before start time.
In addition to the guest services personnel dispersed throughout the stadium, the guest services office can be found across from Tunnel 11.
During games, lost and found operates out of guest services, located across from Tunnel 11. At all other times the UW Event Management Office handles lost and found items, and they can be reached at 206.543.2246.
Guests may re-enter the stadium with a ticket stub and hand stamp.
The Husky Stadium seats 72,500.
Police have stadium headquarters by Tunnel 2.
Signs/banners are allowed so long as they fit the following guidelines:
Smoking is not allowed.
The ticket office is open from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Pacific time. You can reach them by calling 206.543.2200, or send an e-mail. It's located at the Graves Building, at 3910 Montlake Blvd. NE.
On game days, the ticket office is at the northwest plaza. It's open 3.5 hours before the game begins.