You can find Sports Authority Field at Mile High in downtown Denver, where I-25 meets Colfax Ave. Once near the stadium, grey signs will lead you to parking. From the South: From Denver International:
Exit I-25 at 17th Ave.
From the North:
Exit I-25 at Colfax Ave., then exit Federal Blvd. northbound. Turn right at the first light, Dick Connor Ave.
Take I-70 West to I-25 South. Exit at Colfax Ave., then exit Federal Blvd. northbound. Turn right at the first light, Dick Connor Ave.
You can find Sports Authority Field at Mile High in downtown Denver, where I-25 meets Colfax Ave. Once near the stadium, grey signs will lead you to parking.
From the South:
From Denver International:
Permit Lots - Hours and Access There's more cash parking on the east side of the stadium, at the Pepsi Center, Auraria Campus, and in the Lodo area of downtown. Prohibited Parking Shuttle Service
Parking areas open 5 hours before the game begins, and police are on hand 2 hours prior to direct traffic, help permit holders, buses, and other vehicles. If you have a permit, access routes are identified on the back. If you don't follow them explicitly, you may be denied parking access and redirected. Make sure you have the correct permit for the correct game. No vehicles without permits are allowed into permit lots, and they cannot be re-used or transferred. For permit packages or single game permits, send an e-mail to email@example.com, or call 720.258.3000.
Cash lots for Broncos games are on the south side of Colfax Ave. in Lot M, with a few spots in Lot N. They're sold first-come, first-served, and lots open 5 hours prior the game.
There are a few spots for VIP tailgaiting, in Lot C, and tailgating space is sold at 8:00 a.m. Mountain time for noon games and 12:00 p.m. Mountain time for evening games. It usually sells out very quickly.
There are neighborhoods surrounding Sports Authority Field in which parking is prohibited. Guests who park there are subject to citation, or towing to the Wastewater Management Facility at 2nd and Umatilla. To find out if your car was towed, call 303.295.4363.
There's shuttle service at designated points along the ring walkway. The shuttle can only stop at designated pick-up and drop-off points.
Permit Lots - Hours and Access
There's more cash parking on the east side of the stadium, at the Pepsi Center, Auraria Campus, and in the Lodo area of downtown.
RTD's BroncoRide has direct bus service from many park-n-ride lots and bus stops throughout the metro area for all pre-season and regular season games. The Federal Shuttle, Market St. Station Shuttle, and light rail also provide service to the game. To find out more, call 303.299.6000, or visit them on the web.
The best spot to catch a cab is near Gate 5 on Bryant St.
Responsibility while drinking is strongly encouraged. Standard stadium rules apply: no alcohol in or out, proof of age required, 2-drink limit per purchase, and no sales after the third quarter. Guests providing alcohol to minors will be ejected and subject to arrest, and those without proof of age may be ejected.
Those partaking are encouraged to hail a cab at the Taxi Stand outside Gate 5.
There's a code of conduct in place. Here are the basics:
Fans are responsible for their own conduct as well as the conduct of their guests.
Will call tickets are available at the Will call window on the stadium's south side, between Gates 9 and 10. You'll need a photo ID, and 45 minutes to claim your ticket is suggested. Will call hours can vary per event; contact the ticket office at 720.258.3333 for more information.
There are a few ATM's located throughout the stadium. Here's where you can find them.
You can bring in soft-sided bags smaller than 12"x12"x12"; clear grocery bags make it easy on security, as soft-sided containers may be searched. Glass bottles, cans, thermoses, and hard-sided coolers aren't allowed. Non-alcoholic beverages must be in factory-sealed plastic containers. Empty, refillable sports drinks bottles are allowed in, as long as they're empty.
If you need to leave something outside, there's a bag check tent outside Gate 8 on the southeast side of the stadium.
Amateur photography is allowed, but cameras and lenses have to be of "a reasonable size as determined by management": essentially, no removable lenses, tripods, or professional equipment. Video cameras are not allowed at any time.
Events other than Broncos games may have different policies, so check ahead of time.
Cell phones are no problem. Just be considerate of others.
Traditional stadium fare and specialty concession stands are available throughout the stadium.
There's wheelchair assistance for those requiring it to get to their seats from the gates. Simply request a wheelchair escort. Unfortunately, wheelchairs can't be lent out for any period of time, nor can stadium staff operate in parking lots or exterior walkways.
Purchase officially-licensed Denver Broncos merchandise at the team store on the south side of stadium. It's located between Gates 9 and 10, and is open year-round, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Mountain time Monday - Sunday, and 10:00 a.m. - game conclusion during game days. Call 720.258.3300 for more info. You can also order online.
There's a first aid station for all stadium events on the lower concourse at Section 122, and on the upper concourse at Section 535.
For Broncos Games:
The Plaza and Suite Levels (2 and 4) are premium levels accessible to those with Plaza or Suite Level tickets only. Access is available through Gates 2 or 7 via escalator or elevator. These open 3 hours before the game.
Standard ticket holders may enter the stadium 2 hours before the game. Check your ticket for which gate it's best to enter through.
For Denver Outlaws Games:
All gate entrances open 1 hour before the game begins. For those with premium level tickets to the Plaza Level, head to Gate 2.
All gate times are determined on an event-by-event basis. Call 720.258.3000 for more information.
There are guest relations and concierge centers on the east and west of the stadium, on each level.
Find the concierge on the Club and Suite Level next to the elevator lobbies.
Lost and found items can be taken to a guest relations center. Call 720.258.3889 to seek out lost and found items. On Bronco game days, lost and found is open for 1 hour after game, and is located at Gate 7.
There are a few things you'll need to leave at home.
There's absolutely no re-entry.
There are ADA-compliant restrooms throughout the facility, and family restrooms at the following sections: 105, 122, 305, 324, 341, 508, and 534. There's a baby-changing table in all restrooms.
There's room for 76,125 at Sports Authority Stadium.
There are just a few rules for banners and signs:
Smoking isn't allowed in concourses, seatings areas, or any enclosed area. There are designated smoking sections on the lower concourse, and ramps on other levels.
Tailgating is fine in all stadium lots. Take care not to block other spaces, and keep your tailgating within your designated parking area. Don't block stalls, walkways, or aisleways with tents, trailers, coolers, chairs, or barbeques, except as allowed in designated tailgate areas. Help keep 15' between each row of vehicles as required by the Denver Fire department.
Those found in violation of the above may have parking privileges rescinded for the current game and remainder of the season.
The Colorado Sports Hall of Fame offers tours of Sports Authority Field at Mile High. They're available Thursdays - Saturdays, from September to May, and Tuesdays - Saturdays, June through August. They leave every hour from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Mountain time.
During the winter (January and February) there are tours at 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., and 2 p.m. Mountain time on Thursday and Friday, and 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. on the hour on Saturdays.
Reservations are required for groups, and highly suggested for individuals. Make reservations by calling 720.258.3333.