No alcohol may be brought into the stadium. Possession may result in police arrest and a fine. The fine for underage possession/consumption ranges from $172 – $676.
Non-professional cameras without monopods, tripods or excessive equipment are allowed into the stadium.
Items permitted: bags no larger than 8.5” x 11”, binoculars, cameras, blankets, jackets, items related to a medical condition, chairbacks (not more than 16” wide), and diaper bags (with child).
Items prohibited (including, but not limited to): bags larger than 8.5” x 11”, food, beverages, containers, strollers, laser pointers, umbrellas, banners, flags, signs, noisemakers, weapons, inflatables, or any items deemed dangerous or inappropriate.
Storage facilities are not available for checking prohibited items. Items left at gates will be disposed of accordingly.
Express gates are available at Camp Randall Stadium for those who do not bring carry-in items.
Halloween costumes may be worn at Camp Randall Stadium and the Kohl Center, but the costumes must be able to fit into a normal seating space and must be of an appropriate nature. No additional carry-ins will be allowed as part of a Halloween costume.
Please enter the gate printed on your ticket to allow for the most efficient entry to the stadium. Gates open 90 minutes prior to kickoff. The University of Wisconsin Athletic Department operates under a no re-entry policy. Once a patron exits the stadium, they may not re-enter the stadium. If an emergency arises, check with gate security or your nearest usher.
FIRST AID & EMERGENCIES
UW Health First Aid Stations are located in the upper deck at Section FF, in the fifth level concourse behind section T, and under section YZ in the south end zone concourse. In the event of a medical emergency, immediately go to First Aid or notify a security guard, usher, police officer or paramedic in your area.
If it is necessary to contact a spectator during a game for an emergency, know their exact seat location and call (608) 265-8676. No announcements will be made over the stadium sound system.
Gates open 90 minutes prior to kickoff. Fans without carry-ins will enjoy the use of Express Lines at all gates, with the exception of Gate 4 and the student entrance at Gate 5.
- Public Will Call is located at Gate 1 in the new Athletic Ticket Office and will open 2 hours prior to kick off.
- Visiting Team Will Call is located at Gate 9.
- Wisconsin Player Guests, Recruits and High School Coaches Will Call are located at Gate 8.
- Game Day tickets, if available, can be purchased at the new Athletic Ticket Office at Gate 1 in the southeast corner of Camp Randall Stadium. Entrances to the Camp Randall Suites, Buckingham Club and Varsity Club are located at Gates 2 and 3.
GOLF CARTS, WHEELCHAIRS & ELEVATORS
Drop-off locations and golf cart service for persons with accessible needs are available at these locations: Monroe Street, near Gate 1; at the corner of Regent Street and Breese Terrace; and at the corner of Breese Terrace and University Avenue. Golf cart pick-ups are also possible near the Lot 17 ramp and the Dave McClain Athletic Facility. Golf cart and wheelchair service is available before, during, and after each game.Elevators are available on both the east and west sides of the stadium for patrons with accessible needs. For additional information related to accessible needs, call (608) 263-7894 during the week or the Guest Services Office at (608) 265-8676 on game days.
For general game day assistance, visit the Guest Services Office located at Section YZ, in the south end zone concourse. For additional questions on game day, call (608) 265-8676. During regular business hours call (608) 263-7894.
LOST & FOUND
Lost & Found on game day is located in the Guest Services Office at Section YZ in the south end zone concourse. During the business week, Lost & Found questions should be directed to the Camp Randall Welcome Center in Kellner Hall at (608) 262-1866 or (608) 265-8676 on game day.
Patrons needing accessible seats may contact the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office beginning August 16 to request an exchange of tickets. Accessible seating is in limited supply and is subject to availability. For more information, please call the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office at (608) 262-1440 or 1-800-GO BADGERS.
Smoking is prohibited in all state-owned buildings, including Camp Randall Stadium. Designated smoking areas are located within the stadium perimeter.
On game day, patrons with issues regarding stadium chairbacks may visit a customer service booth. Booths are located inside Gate 7, beneath Section S and Sections Z2/Z3. Beyond game day, patrons needing assistance with their stadium chairbacks should contact customer service at 800-501-9852.
All persons two years of age and older must have a valid ticket for admission to a UW athletic event. Children under the age of two may be admitted without a ticket, provided they sit on the lap of a parent or guardian.
DUPLICATE TICKET POLICY
Please handle your tickets with care. If tickets are lost, stolen or left at home, replacement tickets will be issued at the discretion of the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office. Duplicate tickets will only be issued to season ticket holders and single-game internet, mail and telephone buyers of record. Duplicate tickets are not processed for over-the-counter purchases, since no seat location record exists for those orders. Washed tickets will be replaced if remaining portions can be recognized and the location can be identified. It is recommended individuals needing replacement tickets contact the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office prior to game day. There will be a $10 replacement fee assessed for each duplicate ticket that is reprinted. Season ticket-holders needing to get tickets to friends, family members, business associates or others should utilize Ticket Forwarding, available online at UWBadgers.com.
MAILING TICKETS/WILL CALL
Single-game ticket orders placed seven days or more prior to a home game will be mailed. Patrons who purchase tickets online at UWBadgers.com will have the option of printing their tickets at home. All single-game ticket orders placed by phone within seven days of the game will be held at the Will Call window for pick-up. On game day, Will Call is located at the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office near Gate 1 of Camp Randall Stadium. Photo identification is required to pick-up tickets at Will Call.
MCGINNIS FAMILY WISCONSIN ATHLETIC TICKET OFFICE
The McGinnis Family Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office (referred to as the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office in this brochure) is located in Kellner Hall at Camp Randall Stadium (southeast corner of Camp Randall off Monroe Street near Gate 1). Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm, as well as two hours prior to kickoff on football game days.
SEASON TICKET SEATING NOTES
Due to a high season ticket order rate, the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office was not able to accommodate numerous seat changes or additional seat requests. Season ticket holders who did not receive changes should remember that each request is reviewed, but the volume of requests may not make personal consultation feasible. Season ticket holders fortunate enough to receive additional seats should understand that these seats are most likely not located with current season tickets.
Please visit UWBadgers.com or contact the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office for singlegame ticket availability. Additional individual game tickets are sometimes available immediately before home games when visiting teams return their unsold tickets. Single-game tickets are $42 for non-conference games and $49 for conference games.
References: University of Wisconsin, UWAthletics.com