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Everything you need to know about the UAB Fútbol match day experience at the Protector Stadium – News

UAB Athletics encourages fans to be seen in green, purchase tickets in advance, and participate in pre-game activities to get the most out of your game day experience.

Written by: Tehreem Khan
Press contact: Alicia Rohan

UAB Football kicks off the 2022 season at 7 pm on Thursday, September 1 against Alabama A&M at Protective Stadium. UAB will also host Georgia Southern (September 17), Middle Tennessee (October 8), Charlotte (October 15), UTSA (November 5) and North Texas (November 12) at Protective Stadium this season.

Blazer fans can look forward to new experiences along with the new season. The first match of the 2022 season will kick off with a rally towel giveaway to the first 10,000 fans and will conclude with fireworks. UAB Athletics encourages fans to start making game day plans with these important details in mind.

buy tickets early

Athletics UAB encourages fans to buy their tickets in advance. Individual tickets for a single game start at $20 in the Family Zone with options available up to $45 in East Side scholarship seats.

Season tickets for the 2022 UAB Football season are still available starting at $90. Season ticket packages will feature all six home games and provide the most cost-effective way for fans to attend games during the second season. season at the Protector Stadium. Fans can request more information about season tickets by clicking here.

Additionally, individual and corporate groups can plan a memorable experience at a UAB Football home game this fall by completing the UAB Football Group Ticket Request Form or downloading the Football Group Ticket Order Form by visiting our tickets page. group here. Discounted group tickets and fan experiences are available for a minimum purchase of 15 tickets, and fan experiences are available on a first-come, first-served basis for any home soccer game during the 2022 season.

For more information before the 2022 season at Estadio Protector, contact the UAB Athletics Box Office at (205) 975-UAB1 or [email protected].

get to the game

Blazer express picks you up at the Hill Student Center from four hours before kick-off and drops you off at the BJCC Exhibition Hall; will complete trips back to campus for one hour after the conclusion of the game. Download the DoubleMap app from the Apple App Store or Google Play to track Blazer Express buses in real time.

Fans are encouraged to purchase parking prior to game day and use the Waze traffic app to find the best route to their reserved space on game day.

Parking spots for a single game are in the Navy Garage. Season parking passes are available to season ticket holders at the cost of $90 through the UAB Athletics Ticket Office.

Parking lots open four hours before kickoff and are on a first-come, first-served basis. To order or obtain additional information, contact the UAB Athletic Ticket Office at (205) 975-8221 or click here to purchase seasonal parking.

Learn more about parking, transportation, ridesharing, and accessibility here.

be seen in greenFB PS Stream UAB vs Liberty 2021 236UAB Athletics encourages fans to be seen in green, purchase tickets in advance, and participate in pre-game activities to get the most out of your game day experience.

Show your Blazer spirit every Friday and every game day by wearing green. Licensed merchandise is available for purchase on campus, online, at Protector Stadium, and in the community.

As in past seasons, the Protector Stadium has a clear bag policy in effect for all events. Bags must be clear plastic and less than 12 inches by 6 inches or a small tote bag less than 5 inches by 7 inches. As a reminder, the Protector Stadium does not require cash, so fans should plan accordingly.

fun before the game

Nothing says football season like a tailgate with friends and family. Doors open 90 minutes before the Blazers kick off and fans are encouraged to come to Protective Stadium early and hang out.

Choose one of these three tailgating options to make the most of your experience: Gold Rooftop, Green Lot Personal Tailgating, and Blazer Walk Premium Tailgating. Learn more about these options here.

Set up your tent behind your vehicle, hang your flags, and fire up the gas grills. Click here for a list of recommended tailgate guidelines and supplies.

Everyone’s favorite, Blazer Village, will feature free interactive games for kids, face painting, music, a pop-up shop at the UAB Bookstore and more. Blazer Village will be located on the L-shaped grass plaza just south of The Southern Kitchen and the Uptown entertainment district, making it a convenient place to stop on game day. The fan party area will open four hours prior to kickoff and close 30 minutes prior to kickoff to allow time for fans to enter the stadium.

Students

Student access to UAB Football is free for all active UAB students with a valid ONE card. Student tickets can be claimed in advance at the UAB Athletics Box Office located in Bartow Arena the week of each home game. Student tickets are available from Monday at 9 am to noon the day before each game.

Stay tuned for more information on UAB Football game days and the Protector Stadium ahead of the opening home match on September 1. Visit BlazerGameDay.com for the most up-to-date information on tickets, parking, transportation and more.

Student tickets are also available on a first-come, first-served basis on game day at the Protective Stadium South Box Office beginning four hours before kickoff. Students can enter Protector Stadium through any gate, although the south entrances are the most convenient.

Students can reserve specific spaces at the tailgate; Passes will be available for pickup on Mondays before each game beginning at 9 am at the UAB Athletics Box Office at Bartow Arena located on the UAB campus. The student parking lot is open before the game starting four hours before the scheduled time of the game and closes one hour after the conclusion of the game.

Visit this website for more information related to the UAB Soccer 2022 season and ticket sales.

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