Notre Dame Stadium, also referred to as the House that Rock Built, has been the home of the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame since its construction in 1930. If you haven’t had a chance to check out Notre Dame Stadium yet, here’s everything you will want to know ahead of your trip.
Where is Notre Dame Stadium located?
Notre Dame Stadium is in Notre Dame, Indiana. The address of Notre Dame Stadium is 2010 Moose Krause Cir, Notre Dame, IN 46556.
Who plays at Notre Dame Stadium?
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish play football at Notre Dame Stadium.
What is the capacity of Notre Dame Stadium?
The capacity at Notre Dame Stadium is 77,622, which is the number of seats at the arena.
What time do the doors open at Notre Dame Stadium?
Notre Dame Stadium Gates A, B, C, D, and E open up to 90 minutes before kickoff each game day. Duncan Student Center, Corbett Family Hall, and O’Neill Hall hospitality doors open two hours before kickoff each game day.
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How much is the parking at Notre Dame Stadium?
Parking at Notre Dame Stadium will cost between $35 to $50. Guest parking is available first come, first served in the Joyce/Compton Parking Lot.
Can you tailgate at Notre Dame Stadium?
Yes, you can tailgate at Notre Dame Stadium. Lots are scheduled to open at 8 AM so tailgating can be set up.
Can you watch the Notre Dame Fighting Irish warm up at Notre Dame Stadium?
Yes, you can watch the teams warm up at Notre Dame Stadium before the game.
What can you bring into Notre Dame Stadium?
Notre Dame Stadium allows clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC bags that do not exceed 12” x 6” x 12” and 4.5” x 3.4” Clutch bags, with or without handle/strap, or wallet not to exceed 4.5” x 6.5”.
Is Notre Dame Stadium cashless?
Notre Dame Stadium is cashless and accepts all major credit cards as payment. You must use credit or debit cards to pay for food, beverages, and merchandise.
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How much is a suite at Notre Dame Stadium?
Suites at Notre Dame Stadium cost between $4,000-$8,000 depending on the event and game. Suites at the Notre Dame Stadium feature interior lounge seating, a bar, and an HDTV. The guests will receive exclusive access to the Club Level, VIP parking, and private entry into the Notre Dame Stadium.
- 9 Southwest Boxes located on the ninth floor overlooking the football field.
- Club Seats provide a fantastic view of the field and campus.
What is there to eat at Notre Dame Stadium?
There are some delicious spots to eat at Notre Dame Stadium. We have listed locations where you can grab a bite to eat before or during the game. We recommend getting to Notre Dame Stadium early if you want to grab something to eat but do not want to miss any action.
● Pot of Gold nachos – House-made chips topped with white queso, 12-hour roasted beef, roasted corn, cotija cheese, crispy jalapenos, and dusted with pepper lime seasoning and served in a souvenir golden helmet and located at the lower level in section 10.
● Pork tenderloin – Breaded tenderloin sandwich with jalapeno yellow mustard, sweet and spicy pickles, bacon, and American cheese. It is located at the lower level, sections 13, 14, 31, and 32.
● Domer Dog – Hot dogs topped with caramelized onions, crispy bacon, and bleu cheese. Located on the lower-level sections 6, 7, 22, 31, and 32 and upper-level sections 104, 105, 116, 117, 122, and 134.
● Pot roast sandwich – 14-hour slow-roasted beef served on a beer cheese bun and topped with horseradish peppercorn sauce, provolone cheese, caramelized and fried onions. It is located on lower-level sections 16 and 25 and upper-level sections 108 and 126.
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