The University of Oregon Ducks are a force to be reckoned with when it comes to playing football in the NCAA's PAC 12. And so are its fans, which number 54,000 strong for home games at Autzen Stadium. In 2002, the stadium underwent a major renovation that added 12,000 seats, 32 luxury boxes, and a 10,000-square-foot entertainment center. While tailgaters fill the parking lot before gridiron contests begin, truly serious fans join the team, cheerleaders, and the school band two-and-a-half hours before kick-off as they march down the Mo Center central boulevard en route to the locker room.
Winter Family Weekend Brunch
MLK Community March
Festival of Bands
Players March To Victory
Are there any prohibited items?
Yes, there are a few items not permitted in Autzen Stadium for either a University of Oregon Ducks football game or a concert. You are not allowed to bring alcohol, tobacco products of any kind, glass or metal containers, open plastic bottles (unless they are empty), weapons, laser pointers, and fireworks. In addition, you cannot throw a football or Frisbee anywhere inside the stadium, including seating sections, tunnels, and ramp areas.
Are there any rules for tailgating?
Autzen Stadium is tailgate-friendly. However, tailgating is designed for small groups of family members and friends. What’s more, these pre-game gatherings must be limited to your car parking space (9’x20’) or RV parking space (18’x20’). If you’ve got a large group, it’s important that you contact Hospitality Services at 541.346-4475. Another way to go is TailgatePal, which sets up groups large and small in one of the 22 tents in Tailgate Alley.