Fans attending any game inside Bryant-Denny Stadium this season are asked to be aware of all rules and restrictions prior to their trip to Tuscaloosa
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Fans who are planning to attend an Alabama football game at Bryant-Denny Stadium this season are reminded to be aware of game day traffic routes and stadium restrictions prior to their visit to Tuscaloosa.
In an effort to divert traffic flow away from construction while helping to alleviate congestion on game days, the University has devised alternate routes to and from Bryant-Denny Stadium. For more details, please see the attached route charts.
Once at the stadium, security restrictions strictly prohibit fans from entering Bryant-Denny Stadium with the following items: oversized bags, backpacks or purses larger than 8.5 inches x 11 inches (the size of one sheet of paper); video recorders/camcorders; outside food and drink, including coolers; firearms and weapons; computers; umbrellas; artificial noisemakers; strollers; chairbacks larger than 16 inches; cameras and telephoto lenses larger than 6 inches; flags or banners on poles; selfie sticks.
Fans are also reminded that law enforcement officials have the right to inspect any item at any time to ensure spectator safety. Prohibited items must be returned to cars or disposed of before entering the stadium. There are no provisions to check items at any gate of entry. Those looking to enter without any bag check items are encouraged to enter the stadium through the express lane gates located at gates 10, 18, 36 and 38.
Finally, Bryant-Denny Stadium is also a no smoking facility, along with the entire University of Alabama campus. Smoking of any kind is strictly prohibited on game days for all persons attending Alabama football games.