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IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS

 

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65 North Harvard Street, Boston, MA 02163 - Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET), Monday - Friday
Phone: (617) 495-2211 - Fax: (617) 496-2270 - Email: dha-tix@fas.harvard.edu
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Parking

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GATE 8

  • Vendors (V)
  • Gordon Tailgating Lot (G)
  • Webster Field Lot
  • Reserved Graduate Student Passes
  • Reserved First-Down Packages (F)
  • McCurdy Track Reserved Tents (V)
  • Media (M)
  • Game Day Staff (B)

GATE 14

  • Yale Reserved
  • Reserved First-Down Packages (F)

 

GATE 16

  • Season Ticket Holders
  • Varsity Club Reserved
GATE 20
  • Harvard Reserved

There is general admission parking available at the Harvard Business School for $5/car. There is no tailgating in this lot. There is additional parking along Western Ave.

 


 

Tailgating

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A reserved tailgate or private tent at the Harvard/Yale Football game provides groups with an unforgettable experience. Perfect for small gatherings, large corporate/alumni outings, campus events, or any large group. Private functions may begin 2 hours prior to kick-off and resume post-game for one hour.

SOLD OUT! All reserved tailgating spaces and tents are sold out!
Taylor Shea Phone: (617) 495-4950 - Email: avatistas@fas.harvard.edu

Tailgating Policy
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 Soldiers Field Athletic Complex. Harvard University is a great place to tailgate before a college football game, however tailgating 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 tailgating gates open at 10 a.m. (two hours prior to kickoff) and will close 1 hour after the game ends. At Noon all ticket holders will be asked to move into the game at kickoff. Non-ticket holders will be asked to leave the premises.
  • Access to Gate 8 prior to 10 a.m. will be available to delivery vehicles, media members, event staff and Gate 8 pass holders only.
  • 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 and may be asked to dis-mantle any tables, chairs, tents, etc that block access.
  • 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. 
  • 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.
  • No re-entry is allowed once you leave Harvard Stadium ticketed area (see map above)

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.


Premium Indoor Suites

The following suites are no longer available!

The Murr Lounge (accommodates up to 50 guests) 

The Murr Lounge is located on the 3rd floor of the Murr Center.The lounge is a beautiful space with a working fireplace, large balcony overlooking the end zone and significant Harvard memorabilia placed throughout the room. Amenities include:  valet parking for up to 10 cars, champagne buffet brunch for 50 people including an omelet station, fruits, pastries, meats and salads. There will be TV's for viewing the game inside the Lounge and a private balcony outside overlooking Harvard Stadium. The suite will include 8 field passes to visit the Harvard sideline. Murr Lounge guests will also be able to access the suite three hours prior to game time at 9:00am-an hour earlier than our standard opening for ticket holders or field tailgating.

Crimson Suite (accommodates up to 24 guests)

The Crimson Suite space is located on the 3rd floor of the Murr Center and can accommodate 16 people seated and an additional 8 SRO. This space serves as a conference room during the day, and will be transformed to suite space with a private balcony during The Game. Amenities include:  valet parking for up to 4 cars, champagne buffet brunch for 24 people including an omelet station, fruits, pastries, meats and salads.  There will be TV's for viewing the game inside the suite and a private balcony overlooking Harvard Stadium with a private entrance. The suite will include 4 field passes to visit the Harvard sideline.  Suite holders will also be able to access the suite three hours prior to game time at 9:00am-an hour earlier than our standard opening for ticket holders or field tailgating.

Harvard Suite (accommodates up to 15 guests)

The Harvard Suite is located on the 3rd floor of the Murr Center and can accommodate 8 people seated and an additional 7 SRO.  This space serves as a small conference room during the day, and will be transformed to suite space with a private balcony during The Game.  Amenities include:  valet parking for 2 cars, champagne brunch buffet for 15 including an omelet station, fruits, pastries, meats and salads.  There will be TV’s for viewing the game inside the suite and a private balcony overlooking Harvard Stadium with a private entrance.  The suite will include 2 field passes to visit the Harvard sideline.  Suite holders will also be able to access the suite three hours prior to game time at 9:00am-an hour earlier than our standard opening for ticket holders or field tailgating.


Media Information

For more information, please contact Athletic Communications at (617) 495-2206

Live Television Broadcast:

  • Versus TV is broadcasting the game once again this season.
  • DirecTV: Channel 603
  • Dish Network: Channel 151
  • Comcast, Cox, Time Warner, Verizon, AT&T, RCN, Charter Communications: Check your local listings

Archived Online Broadcast:

GoCrimson will have an archived broadcast of the game. It will be available after completion of the live televised broadcast.

Radio Broadcast:

GoCrimson will have a live radio broadcast of the game through its commercial station.

The game will also be available on WNBW 1120, WPLM 1390, WESO 70, WHRB 95.3 FM and SIRIUS Satellite Radio channel 130

Media Access:

CREDENTIALS:
All credential requests to cover Harvard football should be directed to Tim Williamson at least five days in advance of the game. Credentials will be issued only to accredited members of the working media. Due to the high volume of requests for the annual Harvard-Yale game, credentials will be distributed based on accredited outlets’ current season coverage of the Crimson.

INTERVIEWS:
Interviews with student-athletes, other than those immediately following a game, must be arranged through Harvard’s Office of Athletic Communications so as not to interfere with the students’ academic schedules. Game-day interviews will not be granted until the end of the contest. Harvard maintains a closed locker room at all times.

PRACTICES:
Harvard football practices are open to the media, provided the outlet makes prior arrangements with the Office of Athletic Communications. Contact Kurt Svoboda for practice times.

GAME PROCEDURES:
Postgame interviews are conducted in the Murr Center Lounge. Please see a representative from each school to arrange interviewees. Game notes and other materials are provided for your convenience. Please find appropriate recycle bins in the press box and discard of your materials upon completion of the game.

OFFICE OF ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS
Assistant Athletic Director for Communications
Football Contact: Tim Williamson
Phone: 617-495-2206
Fax: 617-495-2130
Press Box: 617-495-5902
E-Mail: twilliam@fas.harvard.edu

Game Notes:

Game notes will be posted on GoCrimson.com on Wednesday following the weekly New England Football Writer's Luncheon at Dillon Field House.

Harvard hosts a weekly gathering of coaches, media and sports information directors every Wednesday at noon through the college football season at Dillon Field House. Harvard head coach Tim Murphy speaks at each luncheon and is available for individual interviews following the sessions. The luncheon is open to the public and reservations are not required, but media members should be aware of the cost of $10 per person. Fans can watch the luncheon live online through the Game Central portal.

Game Programs:

Game programs are available to the first 5,000 fans entering the Stadium on the day of game. Due to the high interest in obtaining programs, prior reservations of programs is not available. A limited number of programs may be available following the game at a cost of $10 per copy. Fans should contact the Office of Athletic Communications to check on availability starting Monday, Nov. 22 at 10 a.m. by emailing Tim Williamson at twilliam@fas.harvard.edu.