FSU opens the season on Saturday against Georgia Tech. The university compiled this list of frequently asked questions to help fans with changes to the game day experience.
What is the expected capacity of Doak Campbell Stadium this fall?
We are planning for 25 percent capacity, which will include a mix of donors, students, the Marching Chiefs and various other commitments.
Will seats be socially distanced?
Yes. We sold seats in pods of 2, 4, 6 or 8 seats. Each of these pods is socially distanced to maximize personal space.
Will masks be required in Doak Campbell Stadium?
Yes. Masks will be required while attending games this fall.
Will concession stands be open this season?
Yes. We have worked with our concessions partner to implement a plan that maximizes safety for our fans. In addition, transactions will be cashless.
Will fans still have access to the beer gardens this season?
Fans will have the ability to purchase beer from concession stands, but the beer gardens will be closed in an effort to maximize social distancing. Beginning this season, fans will be allowed to take all beverages to their seats in the stadium.
What time will gates open this fall?
Gates will open two hours prior to the announced kick-off time for each home game just as they have in recent years.
Will gate entry be different this year?
Yes. We have printed specific gate assignments on tickets that correlates to the gate closest to your seats. We are asking fans to enter ONLY through the gate on your mobile tickets.
What time will parking lots open this season?
Parking lots will open three hours prior to announced kickoff time for each home game.
When will I receive my parking passes?
Parking passes will be sent electronically this year. Fans will be asked to print out your parking pass at home and bring with you to the game. Please have it visible for officers as you approach all checkpoints leading into the stadium complex. Passes will be scanned and can only be used one time.
Can I sell my tickets on StubHub?
Yes. However, please be mindful of social distancing when it comes to seating within your pod of seats.
Will motorhome parking be available this season?
Yes. Seminole Booster members at specified levels who drive self-contained motorhomes will be eligible. Parking assignments will be sent via email and the registration process begins Monday at 9 a.m. and ends Tuesday at noon prior to each home game.
Are suites open this season and what do I need to know?
Yes. Suites will be limited to 20 guests only. Social distancing will be required and masks must be worn in all common areas including check-in, elevators, restrooms and hallways. Tickets will be sent electronically this season.
Will the Marching Chiefs be present at games?
Yes. The Chiefs will also be required to socially distance, which will reduce the size of the band. They will perform their pregame and halftime shows from the stands.
Will Osceola and Renegade be allowed at the stadium?
Yes. The spear plant will take place to signify the beginning of the game and then Osceola and Renegade will unfortunately have to exit the field per Covid-19 safety protocol.
Will the Legacy Walk take place prior to gates opening?
Unfortunately, there will not be a Legacy Walk for the Georgia Tech game. Our hope is to re-evaluate as the season progresses.
Will there be a Friday Night Block Party this fall at CollegeTown?
Unfortunately no. Our hope is to bring this back for the spring game next year.
Will Florida State pump in crowd noise over the public address system?
No. We have faith our fans can take care of that for us.
Will you have the 50/50 lottery that you had in the past?
Yes, no changes this season.
Are the restrictions on what fans can bring with them in the stadium the same?
No changes from last season.
Are water fountains available inside the stadium?
Water fountains will not be in service due to Covid-19 restrictions. However, we will have several bottle filling stations for you to fill your empty water bottles.