FirstEnergy Stadium: What you need to know to make it a great day

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Planning a trip to watch the Cleveland Browns play at FirstEnergy Stadium? There are a lot of great game day experiences, but you haven’t lived until you’ve visited the Dawg Pound. Here’s everything you need to know about your visit to FirstEnergy Stadium.

Where is FirstEnergy Stadium located? 

FirstEnergy Stadium is in Cleveland, Ohio. The address of FirstEnergy Stadium is 100 Alfred Lerner Way, Cleveland, OH 44114. 

Who plays at FirstEnergy Stadium?

The Cleveland Browns play at First Energy Stadium. 

What is the capacity at FirstEnergy Stadium? 

The capacity at FirstEnergy Stadium is 67,895, which is the number of seats at the arena. 

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What time do the gates open at FirstEnergy Stadium?

FirstEnergy Stadium gates will open two hours before kickoff. 

How much is the parking at FirstEnergy Stadium?

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FirstEnergy Stadium parking costs around $14-$50. 

Can you tailgate at FirstEnergy Stadium?

Yes, you can tailgate at FirstEnergy Stadium in the Muni Lot and other spots around FirstEnergy Stadium. Twisted Tea Tailgate is located on the west side of FirstEnergy Stadium and is only open to ticketed fans.

Can you watch warm-ups of the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium? 

Yes, you can watch the Browns warm-up before the game at FirstEnergy Stadium. You can head down to section 100 and see if you can get an autograph or a picture with the players. 

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What can you bring to FirstEnergy Stadium?

Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC and are not any larger than 12″ x 12” x 6″ can be let into the stadium. 

Can you bring food and water into FirstEnergy Stadium?

You are allowed to bring small food items, and they should be brought in a clear plastic bag. Beverages of any kind are prohibited from being brought into the stadium. 

Is FirstEnergy Stadium cashless? 

FirstEnergy Stadium is cashless and accepts all major credit cards as payment. Attendees can visit any Cash-to-Card locations throughout the stadium to convert cash to a prepaid card for food, beverages, and merchandise. 

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How much is a suite at FirstEnergy Stadium?

Suites at FirstEnergy Stadium cost between $10,500- $15,000. Guests will also receive 3 VIP parking passes. Inside the luxury, the suite is a kitchenette, private restroom, upscale furnishing, and HDTVs. Premium in-suite catering options are available to purchase in advance. The 200 suite Level at FirstEnergy Stadium is going to be considered the lower suite level. The 400 suite Level at FirstEnergy Stadium is between 300 and 500 seating sections.

What is there to eat at FirstEnergy Stadium?

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There are some delicious spots to eat when you are at FirstEnergy Stadium. We have listed where you can grab a bite to eat before or during the game. 

  • C-Town Eats: Serving classic stadium foods like hot dogs, nachos, soda, and beer throughout the concession stands.
  • DiGiorno Pizza: Individual pizzas, including cheese, pepperoni, and more, out in sections 107, 133, 321, 510, and 535
  • The Kernel: Classic popcorn out in section 146
  • Sausage and Peppers Stand: Serving up the classic sausage and peppers sandwich out in sections 129, 145, and 528
  • Great Lakes Cheesesteaks: Get the classic cheesesteak sandwich with meat, green onions, cheese, mushrooms, and more out in sections 121, 139, and 509
  • Impossible Thin Lizzy: Browns fans looking for a plant-based burger that tastes just like a genuine cheeseburger should head to sections 115 and 546
  • Sausage and Peppers: Fried chicken sandwiches out in sections 129, 145, and 528
  • North Coast Nachos: A big box of nachos with generous amounts of cheese in sections 119, 141, 321, 246, 506, 529, and 544
  • Feeling Dangerous Burger: Serving up the delicious BBQ sandwich for fans to enjoy
  • Rocco Whalen’s Tremonster Potato Skins: Steak, cheese sauce, peppers, and more to share with your friends at the game
  • Classic Italian Sausage Sandwich: Classic Italian sausages loaded with peppers and onions out in sections 129, 145, and 528
  • Brewski’s: Serving up cocktails and beer out in sections 511 and 537
  • Quakers Steak and Lube: Serving up hot and spicy boneless wings out in section 103

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