Changes Ohio State Football Fans Can Expect at Ohio Stadium
The match day experience will be different in many ways for Ohio State Fans this season.
Most notable from last season is a full ohio stadium.
The Buckeyes began renewing football season tickets on June 1 with plans for the stadium to reach full capacity after the general public were unable to attend games last season.
Fans were allowed to attend the spring game of April 17, with a crowd of 19,180 people who filled a fifth of the stadium.
School officials on Tuesday announced additional policies, including the return of the Skull Sessions, Match Day Fan Fest and Fan Guys, which will now be located at the northeast corner of Lane Avenue and Fred Taylor Drive. .
Here’s what fans can expect on game days in Columbus:
New Ohio State Buckeyes app
The school has a new Ohio State Buckeyes app who will manage subscriptions and parking passes.
The app is available on the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store and existing users can update their existing apps.
Columbus traffic changes around Ohio Stadium
Carmack 1 – the far east parking lot – will be the shuttle hub for fans of parking and riding from the west campus. The shuttles will also drop passengers off at Herrick Drive Transit Hub, located south of Ohio Stadium, rather than the Sisson Lot. Herrick Drive Transit Hub will also be the post-game fan pickup location.
The John Herrick Parkway, including the Herrick Bridge and Tharpe Street, will be closed to the general public this season.
Woody Hayes Drive between ohn Herrick Drive and Kenny Road will also be closed to the general public.
COTA will have fixed route transport on lines 1, 2, 8, 22, 31 and 102
Ohio State Football Tickets
The school is asking fans to display their tickets online for contactless entry into the stadium through 120 ticket kiosks. Metal detectors will be used at the entrance, but fans will not have to empty their pockets. More information is available on the school website Guide to digital ticketing.
According to the school’s website, here are the mask policies at football events:
Skull sitting – All staff and guests will be required to wear masks; the Marching Band and the football team will wear masks.
French country house – All events will require masks for all staff and guests.
Ohio Stadium – Masks will be required in all indoor public spaces, including the Huntington Club, elevators, first aid rooms, washrooms and the press box. Masks will not be required for outdoor public spaces, which include front doors, lobbies, concession stands, and seating bowls.
Public transport – Masks will continue to be required for all campus public transportation, including ADA game day shuttles and west campus shuttles.
How much does parking at Ohio Stadium cost?
Parking will be cashless and passes will be available on mobile devices. Credit cards will be accepted in public car parks. The price for parking is $ 20.
No cash at Ohio stadium
Fans will be able to purchase items with a credit or debit card or Apple Pay / Google Pay. Cash will not be accepted.
Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on Game Day Policy
Fans will not be able to walk through Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center to reach the Ohio Stadium on game day.