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IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS

 

 


The Harvard Athletics Ticket Office is located in the front entrance of the Murr Center, which faces North Harvard Street. Hockey will call is located in at the box office at Bright Hockey Center on the day of the game. Basksetball will call is located within the lobby of Lavietes Pavilion on the day of the game.

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Parking

  • Football general admission parking is available through Gate 14 for $20/car on a first come, first serve basis. NOTE: Parking for the Harvard-Yale game is subject to change.  Click here for Harvard-Yale specific game day information
  • General Admission event parking (not including football games) is available at Gate 8 for $10/car on a first come, first served basis, this includes men's & women's hockey, men's & women's basketball, and men's lacrosse games. 
  • Limited General Admission parking is available at the Harvard Business School ($6/car) There is no tailgating allowed in the HBS parking lots.
  • Handicapped parking access is also available through Gate 8.  Cars wishing to utilize a handicapped spot must have a valid handicap placard visable and must also pay the gameday parking rate at the gate.
  • Tailgating is permitted two hours prior to the game within athletic parking lots. Tailgating ends at kickoff.
  • Commercial vehicles (U-hauls), RV's, Winnebagos and trucks are not permitted in any parking facility. Corporate sampling, give-a-way, and promotional vehicles MUST have prior written permission by Harvard Athletic Marketing to enter any parking lot. To obtain permission please contact Andrew Vatistas at 617-495-4950 or avatistas@fas.harvard.edu.



Tailgating

In an effort to provide a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for all fans and spectators, Harvard Athletics, in cooperation with the Harvard University Police Department has established the following policies regarding tailgating within the Soldier Field Athletic Complex. Harvard University is a great place to tailgate; however, rules are strictly enforced!

  • Guests who park within the athletic complex (gates 8, 14, 16 and 20) are welcome to tailgate at their vehicles. Tailgating, however, is not permitted for fans parking in the Harvard Business School parking lot.
  • All parking gates open two hours prior to kickoff for tailgating. Tailgating ends at kickoff.
  • Each vehicle is permitted one parking space and the area directly behind the vehicle for tailgating. You may not block aisles or other vehicles from parking.
  • Commercial vehicles (U-hauls), RV's, Winnebagos and trucks are not permitted in any parking facility. Corporate sampling, give-a-way, and promotional vehicles MUST have prior written permission by Harvard Athletic Marketing to enter any parking lot. To obtain permission please contact Andrew Vatistas at 617-495-4950 or avatistas@fas.harvard.edu.
  • Tailgating is limited to two hours before and one hours after each game. Tailgating ends at kickoff. There will be no tailgating after night games.  
  • Beer kegs and items that promote the rapid consumption of alcohol are not permitted at any University athletic function or event. No individual or group may transport a keg to a University athletic event.
  • Grills using charcoal are prohibited within the athletic complex. The maximum propane gas cylinder size allowed will be 20 pounds

 


Reserved Tailgating

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Are you planning on having a tailgate or corporate hospitality event at a Harvard Football game? Harvard offers various reserved tailgating and hospitality packages for groups outings! For reservations, larger group pricing, and more information contact avatistas@fas.harvard.edu or call 617-495-4950.


Policies

Alcohol Policy
Harvard University does not permit kegs at any University athletic function or event. Vehicles and/or fans carrying amounts of alcohol above State Law will NOT be allowed within the complex. Unruly or visibly intoxicated behavior will be grounds for removal.


Recycling Policy
Harvard uses Single Stream Recycling, so all cans, bottles, paper and cardboard may go in the same bag (this includes solo cups and plastics #1-7). Recycling and trash bins will be located under the stadium and in the concession area, please place all recycling in the blue bag and all trash in the black bag. When done, leave the bags tied up on the ground, and they will be picked up after the game.

Fan Code of Conduct
Harvard Athletics encourages and promotes good sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches and spectators. We request your cooperation by supporting the participants, coaches, officials, and fellow spectators in a positive, respectful manner. Our goal is to create a first-class environment to lend support to our teams while maintaining a safe and fun atmosphere for all. Fans engaging in inappropriate behavior including using foul language or engaging in negative verbal attacks on players, officials, coaches, or other fans may be asked to leave by security personnel.


Game Programs

Game programs are available free of charge at all Harvard Athletic Events


Concessions

Several concession stands which offer a variety of food and drink options are available for fans at football, hockey, basketball, men's lacrosse, and a variety of other varsity events.