Michigan Field Hockey Facility Information Guide
The paths to Ocker Field are fully accessible. If guests need assistance to/from different areas please contact the nearest Event Team Member for help. Guests with a disability or mobility issues may park in the Glick Lot located just off State Street. There is also a ramp located on the east side of Ocker Field just off State Street for access to the spectator area.
Automated Teller Machines
An ATM is located inside the northwest entrance of Yost Ice Arena if the arena is open to the public. Other options are located on State Street and Packard north of the Stephen M. Ross Athletic Campus.
A full-service concession stand is available at the Fan Plaza located on the northeast corner of Ocker Field near the Glick parking lot. Concession services are managed by Sodexo, Inc.
Fan entrances are located at the northwest and northeast corners of Ocker Field. Guests are encouraged to arrive early and travel light. Anyone attempting to enter Ocker Field will be subject to a security check of their bag and jacket. Bags that have been approved and passed inspection should be able to fit comfortably under your seat. Oversized bags that interfere with the comfort of those around you are prohibited and final determination of this will be made by an Event Team Member.
Guests using foul language, making obscene gestures, or appearing inebriated will be ejected from Ocker Field. Any guest entering the field or throwing objects in the stands or onto the field are subject to a citation and/or ejection. If someone is interfering with your enjoyment of the game, please contact an Event Team Member for assistance.
Lost and Found
Found articles should be taken to the nearest Event Team Member. Persons who have lost articles can call Ragine Dvorak at (734) 647-4842 to inquire about their belongings.
Michigan field hockey's primary parking is in SC-7, the Lower Crisler Lot, accessible from Stadium Blvd. and Greene Street. Reserved parking is available in the Glick Lot (north of Ocker Field) for ADA parking, team vans (team bus parking in SC-7) and officials only.
From the Crisler lot, there is a path across the railroad tracks that leads to the entrance to the field hockey field. The exception to parking in SC-7 is when there is a home football game; then all the lots are permit only.
* Suspension of the university parking permit restriction for the SC-7 lot will begin 2 hours prior to game time for all weekday games. No permit is required on Saturday and Sunday for this lot; it is open parking.
Noisemakers and irritants are not allowed inside the stadium. "Irritants" include such items as oversized flags, banners, or signs that may block the view of other guests. The following iteams are prohibited:
Outside food or beverage
Dogs and other pets (service animals for disabled are allowed)
Still Cameras with a lens longer than 6 inches
Irritants (i.e., noisemakers, air horns, etc.)
Aerosol and Spray Cans
Any projectile or object that could cause injury if thrown onto the playing field or into the seating areas
Camera lenses larger than 6 inches in length
Public restrooms are located at the the Fan Plaza located on the northeast corner of Ocker Field near the concession stand and M Den. All restrooms inside the stadium are accessible.
The University of Michigan is a smoke-free campus. For the health and enjoyment of our guests, smoking is prohibited in all areas of the stadium or on stadium grounds. In addition, guests wanting to leave and smoke may not re-enter the arena. It is the responsibility of all guests to observe the no-smoking regulation.
Tickets and Admission
During the regular season, there is no admission charge for Michigan field hockey games. There will be an admission charge for any postseason competition, including the 2015 NCAA Championship (Nov. 20 & 22). Refer to the 2015 NCAA Championship page for more information.
Additional Information for 2015 NCAA Championship
Guests are not permitted to leave Ocker Field and return on the same ticket. Re-admittance to Ocker Field will be allowed only in the case of an emergency. Those needing to exit Ocker Field for this purpose must see an Event Team Member prior to exiting.
An ambulance will be on site at Ocker Field during all games and emergency medical technicians are prepared to assist any guest in need. Should you or someone near you require medical assistance, please see an Event Team Member.
Official NCAA Championship merchandise may be purchased at the M Den shop in the Fan Plaza located on the northeast corner of Ocker Field.
Tickets and Admission
Ocker Field gates will be open one hour prior to game time. Tickets cannot be refunded or replaced if lost, stolen, or destroyed. Please hold on to your ticket stub at all times. Public and Team Will Call is located at the northwest entrance of Ocker Field. Michigan reserves the right to prohibit the carrying of any other item into the facility. Decisions on which items to prohibit will be made contingent upon security briefings by law enforcement agencies. Please refer to the above list of prohibited items.