Michigan Stadium

What's New at Michigan Stadium for 2013


A limited number of (cash only) single-game parking passes for persons needing accessible parking will be available in the Green Lot on game day on a first-come, first-serve basis. All parking for persons with disabilities requires a State-Issued Disability Parking Placard.


Several construction projects taking place during the Fall of 2013 will have an impact on parking and pedestrian traffic in and around the Grey Lot. Vehicles will now have just two points of entry and exit into the Grey Lot -- one on State Street (north of Yost Ice Arena) and the other on Hoover Street (near Revelli Hall). A pedestrian path will be maintained along the railroad tracks west of the Indoor Track Building, Oosterbaan Fieldhouse and the Football Practice Fields. Pedestrians should be aware that a section of sidewalk on the west side of State Street (near Schembechler Hall) will be unusable and should plan their route to Michigan Stadium accordingly. Those traveling on State Street near the Stadium Boulevard overpass should access the sidewalk along the Stadium Boulevard bridge by using the stairs or accessible ramp at Rose Avenue to head west towards Michigan Stadium.


The Public Will Call ticket window is now located inside the Northeast Entry of Crisler Center off the Blue Lot and will open two-and-one-half hours before kickoff. Also accessible from this entry point are public restrooms and the M Den Store located on the concourse level of Crisler Center.


The student section at Michigan Stadium is now General Admission, and specific information regarding the entry and seating process for students can be found at In order to facilitate and ensure a smooth entry for both students as well as the general public, Gate 10 will be a STUDENT SECTION ONLY entrance in 2013. Only those with student tickets, including those with validated student tickets, will be allowed entry through Gate 10. All others will be directed to Gate 9 (just west of Gate 10 at the north end of the stadium) or Gate 1 (just north of the football tunnel on the east side of the stadium).


Keech Street will now be closed beginning four (4) hours prior to kickoff due to anticipated pedestrian congestion associated with the new student entry process at Gate 10.


Guest Services Team Members will be available in select parking lots to answer questions, address concerns and listen to suggestions on game days. Official souvenir programs will also be available for purchase at these remote Guest Services kiosks, which can be found in the Blue, Green and Grey Lots from four (4) hours prior to kickoff until one (1) hour prior to kickoff.


Michigan Athletics would like to welcome fans and visitors to Ann Arbor and Michigan Stadium on Fridays prior to home football games by providing an opportunity for them to purchase official game programs, take their picture with one of the well-known landmarks at Michigan Stadium and ask any question they may have prior to game day! Guest Services Team Members will be available outside Gate 10 (corner of East Keech Avenue and Greene Street) and the Northeast Entry of Crisler Center from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. on the following Fridays:

W.O.W. Fridays

August 30
September 6
September 13
October 4
October 18
November 8*

In addition, 60-minute tours of Crisler Center and select areas of Michigan Stadium will also be available on Fridays* prior to home football games for a fee of $10 per person. Visitor parking is available in Lot SC32 located on the southwest corner of Hoover Avenue and Greene Street. Please visit to find other designated visitor parking lots on central campus that are just a short walk from Michigan Stadium.

Tour tickets will be available for purchase at the Crisler Center Ticket Office located just inside the Northeast Entry beginning at 10 a.m., with tours beginning at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. The tours will begin in the Hall of Honor, traveling around the concourse of Crisler Center to the east side of Michigan Stadium. There will be an opportunity to have photos taken inside the stadium, and officially licensed University of Michigan souvenirs will be available at the M Den Store located on the northeast concourse of Crisler between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Due to ongoing preparations for the home football game, these tours will NOT go into the locker rooms or onto the field.

Please email any questions about W.O.W. Fridays to For information on other guided tours of Michigan Stadium and Crisler Center, please visit

*Friday, Nov. 8, tour times are subject to change due to possible men's or women's basketball games taking place at Crisler Center on those dates. Please visit for the most up to date information on W.O.W. Fridays.

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