ATM Machine An ATM machine is located outside the stadium on the west side near Gate 3. There is an additional ATM machine located on the west concourse of the Hearnes Center.
All bags and hand-carried items will be inspected prior to entry into the stadium. Items can be no larger than 16" by 18" by 9".
Cameras are restricted in Memorial Stadium; large-lens cameras with a stand or tripod are not permitted. Video cameras are not permitted. Personal snapshot pocket cameras are allowed in the stadium, however, in no instance may photography interfere with access ways, seat aisles, or other guests' enjoyment of the game. Note: Secondary use of any pictures, audio description, film, tape or drawing of the game are the exclusive rights of the NCAA.
For $35 for the season, enjoy the comfort and convenience of a Tiger Chairback. Tiger Chairbacks are thick cushioned, back supporting seats that are permanently installed at your seating location for the season. To order call 573-884-PAWS or 1-800-CAT-PAWS. Temporary seat cushion rentals are also available for $5 throughout the East & West Concourses on game day. If you wish to bring your own chairback, it may not be larger than the size requirements of 16" by 18" by 9".
MIZZOU Athletics offer complimentary admission to children ages 2 and under, provided they are accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket. These children must sit on a lap and not occupy an additional seat.
Stands are located on the North, East, West, and South Concourses. Stands include a variety of menus and are titled Stadium Diner, Sideline Grill, End Zone Grill, Taste of Missouri, and Tiger Treats. In addition there are vendors located on the main concourse.
Courtesy Shuttles are available from each lot to the south and east of Memorial Stadium to designated points throughout the stadium. This service will operate ninety minutes before, during half-time, and one hour after the game. Accessible shuttles will operate between the Hearnes Center Accessible parking area (east side) and Gate 1. Due to the heavy pedestrian traffic flow, courtesy shuttles will not be able to operate to or from the west side of Memorial Stadium. Pre-game shuttles are also available from Lot U and Lot X to Gate 1. Lot U and Lot X shuttles will only operate before the game- -not after. Look for shuttle pick-up signs at the entrance of your lot.
Accessible Individual Game Tickets A limited number of accessible individual game tickets are placed on sale in early July through the Mizzou Ticket office. Guests in need of accessible seats may contact the Mizzou Ticket Office at 1-800-CAT-PAWS to place an order for tickets.
Animals are not permitted in Memorial Stadium with the exception of service animals and service animals in training. Please be sure to check with the stadium before bringing any service animals to the game. For more information, please contact the Department of Athletics at 573.882-6501.
Closed Captioning Service
Closed Captioning is available for guests via the Video Board located at the North end of the stadium.
Disabled Seating Information
There are disabled seats (wheelchair convertible) dispersed throughout the bowl area. Disabled seating and access are fully compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). For further location of access appropriate options, please contact the Mizzou Ticket Office at 1-800-CAT-PAWS.
Restrooms are located throughout the concourse at Memorial Stadium and are all ADA-compliant. Most restrooms throughout the facility are equipped with baby-changing tables.
Should a guest need access to wheelchair space and accessible seating on a temporary basis, accommodations may be made through the Mizzou Ticket Office. Tickets may only be exchanged based on availability of existing accessible seats. Due to high demand, accessible seating will run out. We recommend you contact the Mizzou Ticket Office as soon as you know you will be in need of assistance. Please call the Ticket Office at 1-800-CAT-PAWS to report your need for accessible seating and to check availability.
A limited number of wheelchairs are available for transporting guests from the gates to their stadium seating location. Guests are asked to supply their own wheelchair if they need one for the duration of the event. Guests may arrange for wheelchair assistance by contacting an event staff member at any entrance. Guests needing assistance after the event should contact an event staff member, security personnel or visit one of the Guest Services Centers located on the concourse behind Sections OO/PP, O/P. Guests in suite and club areas should contact the event staff on their level to request a wheelchair escort or additional assistance.
Exiting the Stadium
Guests will leave the facilities via the gates in which they entered. No guests are permitted on the field.
In case of evacuation, instructions will be given over the public address system. Gate personnel and ushers will assist directing fans to the appropriate location.
Only guests with valid tickets or credentials are permitted into Memorial Stadium. Mizzou Athletics reserves the right to inspect and remove any bag or its contents.
Electronic Ticket Scanning
All tickets will be electronically scanned to verify authenticity. Tickets must be scanned each time a patron enters or exits the stadium. Tickets which have been logged in upon entry cannot be reused by another guest. Patrons assume all risks for tickets purchased through sources other than the Mizzou Athletics Ticket Office.
The emergency first aid station in located on the West Concourse below the John J. Lenox Memorial Press Box. Paramedics are also located throughout the stadium on foot. Please contact the nearest Guest Services Booth, security officer, or usher for assistance.
Gates will open ninety minutes prior to game time. Reserved ticket holders may enter at any gate, except for Gates 3E and 4E. It is recommended that guests enter the gate closest to their seat location. Family Fun Pass ticket holders should enter at Gates 6E or 6W. Student ticket holders can only enter through Gates 3E, 4E, 5E and 6E. Tiger Lounge ticket holders and suite holders may enter at the John J. Lenox Memorial Press Box, main entrance is located between gate 3W and 5W.
Guests needing assistance are encouraged to speak with one of our Event Staff representatives or visit one of our Guest Services booths located near section P/Q on the west concourse and section RR/SS on the east concourse. These booths are staffed to answer questions about a wide variety of services and items including: Lost and Found Items, Lost Guests, Wheelchair service to and from seats, and Convenience items.
In the event of inclement weather, (i.e. dangerous winds, tornado, electrical storm, etc.) all guests will be advised that it is in their best interest to seek shelter. Emergency instructions will be delivered via the public address system and the message boards when possible.
Lost and Found
Lost and found services are maintained at the Guest Services Booths on the east and west concourses during the game. Following the game, found items will be recorded by MIZZOU Athletics and delivered to the University of Missouri Police Department. Please call (573) 882-7201 to retrieve your lost item. If you find a misplaced item, please turn it in to the nearest Guest Services booth or Event Staff representative.
Children and adults separated from their parties will be escorted to the nearest Guest Services booth. For assistance in locating a lost member of your party, contact the nearest Event Staff representative or security officer. Both Guest Services booths offer wristbands to children and adults that will identify the seat location should you become separated from your party.
The Tiger Team Store is located on the North Concourse and is open from 9:00am through the end of the game. Outside access to the store will be changed to inside access at game time. Also, a Nike tent will be set up inside Gate 1 on the North Concourse with the latest Mizzou Nike merchandise. Additional Missouri apparel and novelty items are available on the East and West Concourses.
Game Day programs are sold inside each gate around the main concourse. The cost is $5.
Public Pay telephones are located across from the Guest Services booths on both the east and west concourses.
Tiger Network broadcasts for all Tiger Football games will begin 60 minutes prior to kickoff with "The Voice of the Tigers" Mike Kelly, Pre-game host, Gary Link, and Howard Richards.
The Southeastern Conference mandates that once admitted to the stadium, no ticket holder shall be permitted to leave and re-enter the facility on that ticket. In the event of inclement weather, home-team game management reserves the right to waive this policy..
Temporary Restrooms are provided in designated parking areas. Stadium restrooms that open to both the concourse and parking areas will be switched from outside access to inside access 15 minutes prior to gates opening. Baby changing stations are available in most restrooms.
Smoking is not permitted in Memorial Stadium. In order to promote an enjoyable game day experience for everyone, you must leave the stadium through the specified pass-out gates, obtain a hand stamp/pass out and present a valid ticket stub and pass out for re-entry.
The University of Missouri is committed to promoting a postive environment and safety at all home events. In accordance with NCAA and Big 12 rules, we ask that all fans act responsibly and courteously to those around you. Abusive language or disorderly conduct is unacceptable and unwelcome at MIZZOU. Any spectator who interferes with the game by coming onto the field or by throwing objects on the field at any time will be removed from the stadium. Your cooperation is appreciated.
Throwing of Objects
Throwing of items will not be tolerated. The offender will be removed from the stadium and is subject to arrest. Guests ejected from the stadium/venue will not be refunded for their tickets, and may result in cancellation of tickets. A police officer does not have to see the activity to have the individual removed from Memorial Stadium.