From the North:
Take I-71 South to I-270 West to SR-315 South. Exit at Lane Ave. and turn left, then turn right at Fyffe Rd. Turn left on Woody Hayes Dr.
From the South:
Take I-71 North to SR-315 North to Worthington. Take the Lane Ave. exit and turn right. Turn right at Fyffe Rd. and left on Woody Hayes Dr.
From the East:
Take I-70 West to SR-315 North to Worthington. Take the Lane Ave. exit and turn right. Turn right at Fyffe Rd. and left on Woody Hayes Dr.
From the West:
Take I-70 East to SR-315 North to Worthington. Take the Lane Ave. exit and turn right. Turn right at Fyffe Rd. and left on Woody Hayes Dr.
Parking is first-come, first-served and costs $15.00 USD for guests who don't have a permit. Guests who park on west campus can use the free shuttle service to the stadium.
COTA provides gameday shuttle service between the Ohio Expo Center and State Fairgrounds and campus. Shuttles start running 3 hours before kickoff and keep running until 2 hours after the game. Check the transit authority website for more information.
Guests should conduct themselves in a manner befitting a family-friendly environment, which means throwing objects, unruly behavior, interfering with the game, endangering anyone's safety, and generally disrespectful actions won't be tolerated and may result in ejection or arrest.
There are ATMs at Sections 4A, 5A, 39A, and in the Huntington Club.
Alcohol isn't allowed in the stadium.
Backpacks and bags should be smaller than 14"x14"x4". Containers (coolers, picnic baskets, thermoses, and suchlike) aren't allowed, though, regardless of size.
Still cameras with lenses longer than 100mm, recording equipment, and monopods and tripods aren't allowed inside. Small personal cameras are fine, but pictures should be for personal use only.
Most restrooms have diaper-changing tables, and family restrooms are near Sections 9A, 11A, 12A, 20A, 23A, 33A, 37A, 38A, 23C, 24C and 19D.
Concessions are located throughout the stadium.
There is accessible seating on all levels of Ohio Stadium (and elevators to reach it), and guests who require these seats should call 614.292.6027 in advance of the game (at least 2 weeks is best). All stadium entrances are accessible, there are many accessible restrooms, and assistive listening devices are available at no charge from the guest services booths near Gates 13, 14, and 38. Guests with disabilities should also check at guest services, or ask an usher at the gate, for the best way to access their seats. Guests requiring wheelchair transportation from gate to seat should ask an usher for help. Ushers can also take guests from the shuttle drop-off points to their seats.
Accessible parking is in the lots north of St. John Arena and the Lane Ave. Garage and costs $15.00 USD. A shuttle will transport guests from the lots to the stadium; it runs from 6 hours before kickoff until 1 hour after the game. For more information about parking call 614.292.9341.
Buckeye merchandise is on sale throughout the stadium, and the Official Team Shops are at Sections 11A, 12A, 23A, 24A, and 16C, and in the south stands and Huntington Club.
First aid stations are at Sections 16A, 17A, 11B, 12B, 23C, 24C, and 32A and open 2 hours before kickoff.
Outside food and drink isn't allowed.
Gates open 2 hours before kickoff. St. John Arena doors open 4 hours before kickoff.
Guest services booths are near Gates 13, 14, and 38 and open when the gates do. Head there with any questions or concerns.
To turn in or retrieve lost items head to the lost and found in the north rotunda near Section 1A or, after the game, call 614.292.6330.
The following aren't allowed in the stadium:
All guests may be searched when entering the stadium.
Guests who leave the stadium can't re-enter it.
Restrooms, including accessible restrooms and several family restrooms, are located throughout the stadium.
Signs and banners aren't allowed.
Smoking isn't allowed in the stadium.
When tailgating, it's best to know and understand the local alcohol laws regarding open containers, which aren't allowed in public places. Parking lots open at 5:00 a.m. Eastern time on gameday and, for those without permits, spaces are first-come, first-served. Tailgating shouldn't interfere with the flow of traffic. Vehicles need to fit inside the 8.5'x15' spaces; if they don't, guests will have to purchase an RV pass or park at the Ohio State Fairgrounds.
General will call is at the Athletics Ticket Office in the Schottenstein Center. It's open normal business hours or, on gameday, until halftime. Guests should bring a photo ID to get their tickets.