One of the toughest stadiums to play in college football, Lane Stadium, on the campus of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) in scenic Blacksburg, Virginia, has been through a lot of renovations and expansions over the years. The end result is a spacious, modern football stadium that has everything an enthusiastic collegiate football fan might enjoy. The playing surface was named Worsham Field in 1991 after a longtime supporter named Wes Worsham. At Lane Stadium, you can enjoy the entire season of Virginia Tech Hokie football in great comfort with enormous, state-of-the-art Jumbotrons to improve your view, any kind of concession you could want at a collegiate game and with the fine entertainment of university's two talented bands: the Highty-Tighties of the university's Corps of Cadets and the Marching Virginians, the university's general marching band. The best tickets to Lane Stadium games are available at StubHub.
What is Lane Stadium seating capacity?
The stadium can seat up to 65,632 and offers a variety of standard, handicapped-accessible and luxury seats to accommodate all guests that come to enjoy Hokie football.
Is parking available at Lane Stadium?
Yes, there are many places to park on campus for a fee, and some are close to the stadium. Extended parking is also available on Prices Fork Road at P2. Accessibility parking is also available in designated lots. The venue recommends making arrangements for such parking in advance as spaces are limited. There is a handicapped-accessible shuttle to take guests from this lot to the stadium. These courtesy shuttles are stationed inside the stadium at the gates if needed before, during and after the games.
Is the Lane Stadium accessible by public transportation?
Yes, the Blacksburg Transit, known as BT, is a great way to get to Lane Stadium for Hokie game days. For a reasonable fare, you can be dropped off up to three hours before kickoff and all the way to the start of halftime.
What food and drink items can I find at Lane Stadium?
Concession stands, located under all permanent stands in the stadium, are easily reached no matter which exit portal you use. You can get alcoholic beverages, water, soda and coffee. There are many food items available for the game, including the big turkey legs that are a crowd favorite.
Is the venue a wheelchair-friendly facility?
Yes, Lane Stadium is ADA-compliant and provides services for those with disabilities. For accessibility entrances, head for Gates 1 and 5. Guests who need assistance for any game should contact the Athletics Ticket Office at the venue to make arrangements in advance. The restrooms are accessibility-compliant with Family/Special Needs restrooms located behind Section 1 at the East Stands and also behind Sections 205 and 209 at the South End Zone. There are more behind Sections 2 and 16 at the West Stands.Back to Top