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Accessible seating areas for patrons in wheelchairs and a guest are available in Autzen Stadium. To check on availability or make arrangements for accessible seats, please call the Oregon Athletic Ticket Office us at 1-800 WEBFOOT or stop by the Athletic Ticket Office in the Casanova Center.

Disabled parking is available on the east side of the stadium, accessible through Entry 5. Cost for disabled parking is $20.

Alternative listening devices are available for checkout from Guest Services.

Courtesy transportation for disabled and senior patrons is available via tram from the lower concourse into the stadium. Trams will run a minimum of 30 minutes and maximum of 1 hour after the end of the game. Shutdown after 30 minutes will vary according to demand.

An elevator providing service for our disabled patrons from the lower concourse to the main concourse is located inside the South Gate. Two main concourse elevators provide service for patrons sitting in the Club Seating area. For more information concerning accommodations related to these services, contact the Duck Ticket Office at (541) 346-4461 or TTY (541) 346-5418.


ATMs are available throughout Autzen Stadium on the main concourse during Oregon football games.


All commercial activities must have prior written approval from the UO Athletics Department.


Visit one of several Duck Store merchandise locations throughout the stadium during the game for your official Duck gear, or the Duck Stores in the Moshofsky Center or in Portland all year round.


For information on posting birthday or anniversary messages on Duck Vision, please call (541) 346-5417. Orders must be placed at least 10 days in advance of the game and are subject to availability. Click here for the 2010 Duck Vision request form.


Please respect the parklands surrounding the complex by discarding items before leaving Autzen Stadium.
(in the stadium) Garbage containers are located in the main concourse and restroom areas. Blue co-mingle recycling containers are located near concessions & may be used for paper, cardboard & plastic bottles.
(outside the stadium) Garbage containers and blue co-mingle recycling containers are located near gates. Paper, metal, cardboard & plastic can be recycled.


The perimeter gates will open three hours prior to kickoff for Moshofsky Center access. The stadium gates will open 90 minutes prior to kickoff.


Guest Services is located at the east and west ends of the main concourse. Services include alternative listening device (ALD) checkout, lost children, lost & found, advance ticket sales and stadium information.


There is not a kickoff time printed on your season ticket because the time may change due to TV commitments until six days before the event. Please refer to your local media, www.goducks.com, or call (541) 346-4461 the week of the game for current kickoff times.


During game day, lost & found is located at Guest Services at the east and west ends of the main concourse. The first business day after the game, items such as wallets, cell phones & jewelry are transferred to the Office of Public Safety, (541) 346-5444. All other items (clothing, stadium chairs, etc) are transferred to the EMU Break (541) 346-3711.


Medical Services rooms are located at the east and west ends of the main concourse. In addition, Red Cross teams are located within the seating bowl.


Spectators in Autzen Stadium will be paged over the public address only in situations warranting an emergency. To contact someone in attendance, call the Office of Public Safety at (541) 346-5444.


At the conclusion of the game, the visiting team & officials will be given time to exit the field. Fans will then be allowed to come down to field level.


No alcohol is permitted in the stadium except in licensed pavilions where it may be legally dispensed.

Smoking will not be permitted in the seating, aisle, or covered areas of Autzen Stadium. Spectators can move to the top rim of the stadium or other outdoor spaces if they wish to smoke.

Open umbrellas will not be permitted in the seating and aisle areas of Autzen Stadium. Glass or metal containers, vacuum bottles or other similar insulated containers (thermos-type containers), open plastic beverage containers (unless empty), weapons, fireworks, laser pointers, explosives or munitions are not permitted inside the stadium. Patrons agree as a condition of the ticket license to allow inspection of any articles capable of concealing these prohibited items.

The throwing of footballs, frisbees, balls, or other such objects is not allowed inside the stadium seating, tunnel or ramp areas.

The University of Oregon is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.