Stadium fans using foul language, making obscene gestures, or appearing to be under the influence will be ejected from the stadium. Venturing on to the field of play or throwing objects in the stands may leave you liable for arrest.
Season ticket holders that are instigating problems may have their season tickets revoked.
For premium seat holders, there's will call at the designated entry points on both the east and west side of the stadium.
General will call is at the Stadium Blvd. entrance of Crisler Arena (Gate A.) The will call window will open 2.5 hours before kickoff and remain open until the start of the 3rd quarter.
Student will call is at Gate 9, and shares the same hours as general will call.
Michigan Stadium maintains a strict no-alcohol policy for both possession and consumption.
No coolers, containers or bags, please.
Single-frame flash photos from amateur photographers are allowed, but video and motion-picture cameras are prohibited. Sorry, no external lighting or camera support systems.
Choose from a wide array of food provided by full-service concession stands throughout the stadium.
Disabled Drop Off
Guests needing to be dropped off and picked up while find access easiest near Gate 2 (Varsity Plaza) and at the Hoover Street Entry to the Buffalo Lot. Wheelchair accessible shuttles run from the Buffalo Lot drop-off. Check out our Courtesy Shuttle Service schedule for more information.
ADA Accessible Gates
Entry Gates 2, 4, and 8 are ADA-accessible. Disabled guests may also feel free to use the Premium Seat Entrances at the Forbes Family Lobby and the Levine Family Lobby to access elevators to different concourses of the stadium.
See the stadium map for locations of all of our disabled-access friendly elevators.
The Football Game Day map highlights accessible pathways from parking areas to accessible seating and restrooms. If you need assistance, please contact the nearest Event Staff Team Member.
If you require medical assistance, there are technicians, doctors, and ambulances on hand at all Michigan Stadium games. See a staff member or go to the First Aid Building, which is west of Gate 9. In addition, there are American Red Cross personnel located throughout the stadium seating area.
On game day, lost and found items may be taken to guest services at Gate 9, or given to a Public Safety Officer. If you've lost something, contact guest services to look for it.
After game day, things of value such as cameras, wallets, IDs, and glasses, are taken to the Department of Public Safety. You can reach the DPS at 734.763.3434.
Less valuable items ¿ hats, gloves, ponchos, and similar things ¿ will be kept at Gate 9 Guest Services for one week before being discarded.
There are a few things we ask you guys to keep at home to guarantee a safe, enjoyable visit for you and others. If it's on this list, please, leave it at home!
Sorry, but there's no re-admittance to Michigan Stadium on the same ticket. If you need to exit due to emergency, please, see a Gate Supervisor to set up re-admittance beforehand.
109,901 fans can enjoy games at Michigan Stadium.
University of Michigan is proud to be a smoke-free campus, and smoking is prohibited in all areas of Michigan stadium. Those leaving the stadium solely to smoke may not return.
While the stadium doesn't allow access for exercising, walk-in tours, or photos, guided tours are available for a small fee. They're held on weekdays, and to arrange one, call the Athletic department at 734.764.4599. Tour arrangements must be made two weeks in advance, and ask about discounted rates for educational and non-profit groups.