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Week of the game: what you need to know for Saturday’s soccer game

SALT LAKE CITY – Returning to Rice-Eccles Stadium for the first time in three weeks, the Utes (3-2, 2-0 Pac-12) will host Arizona State (5-1, 3-0 Pac-12), 18th in ranking. kicks off at 8 p.m. on ESPN. Saturday’s game is the annual Ute Proud game, celebrating the University’s long-standing partnership with the Ute Tribe. Among other tributes and recognition, the Ute tribe will perform on the field at half-time

Fans are encouraged to enter the stadium early and sit down well before kick-off to create the electric atmosphere that opponents have come to fear, bringing the deafening noise of the pre-match right through to the final.

To encourage earlier entry into the stadium, all concession stands offer a 30% discount on all concession sales within the first hour after the stadium gates open, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. To see locations and menus to plan your order before you line up, please click here.

Ticket holders have adopted and managed the new digital ticketing and parking procedures this season, and are encouraged to continue downloading both passes to their smartphone wallet before heading to the stadium.


To speed up entry into the stadium, the new L gate entrance at the southeast corner, off 500 south, is equipped with the largest number of ticket scanners to handle high traffic volume. Anyone parking on campus grounds, especially to the east and just northeast of the stadium, would benefit from walking to 500 South, walking west on the sidewalk, and walking west. ‘approach gate L from the south-east. Anyone parking in the West Lot, but sitting in the East or South stands, would also benefit from entering through Gate L. A parking map with identified hiking routes can be found here. Doors open two hours before kick-off.


Additionally, rides on UTA buses, TRAX and FrontRunner trains are free for ticket holders by displaying a valid match ticket, including the new post-match bus service from the stadium to Court House TRAX station. . For more information, please visit


To help educate fans and provide the best possible experience, Utah Athletics has launched a Game Day Information page that covers the most important topics related to the fan experience attending Utah football games. . The page includes links to informational videos and other resources, including Utah Tickets and the Rice-Eccles Stadium website. It can be found here.

Per state law, the University does not require attendees of university events to wear masks or prove their immunization status. However, per the University’s message, Utah Athletics is strongly encourage fans to wear masks when participating in matches, in the interest of health and safety.


Tickets and parking will be scanned on match day using the ticket holder’s mobile device. They can also be transferred to others by email. To ensure a successful experience with the new digital ticketing system, fans are encouraged to download their parking tickets and cards to their wallet on iPhone or Android devices, and present them upon arrival at the parking lot and at the stadium gates to speed up. the entrance. to treat. Step-by-step instructions for the process have been provided to season ticket holders via email and can be viewed online by logging into a season ticket owner’s account and selecting “Manage Tickets” from the drop-down menu. , under Tickets.

It is also recommended that fans plan to arrive early to allow more time for the registration process. Those not equipped to use digital ticketing are encouraged to contact their ticketing representative at 801-581-8849 to learn more about alternative solutions.


New for 2021, the car parks open five hours before kick-off, with the exception of the rear car parks. A parking plan is available here.


To reduce contact points and increase the efficiency of concession sales, the Rice-Eccles Stadium will introduce cashless concession transactions at all concession stands operated by the stadium. All sales will be completed using credit cards or mobile payment apps. Third party vendors operating outlets may allow cash transactions.


Rice-Eccles Stadium will continue to use a clear bag policy and the stadium will introduce bagless lines at all main gates to speed up entry for those who do not bring a bag into the stadium. Only transparent bags, up to 12 “x18”, will be allowed inside the stadium. No bag, handbag or travel bag may be brought into the stadium.

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