Michigan Stadium Information Guide for Lacrosse
Michigan Stadium Seating Chart for Lacrosse
Michigan Stadium Map for Lacrosse
Guests with a disability or mobility issues may use the VIP entrance at the Jack Roth Stadium Club Lobby (east side of stadium off of Blue Lot Parking Area). A Michigan Stadium Event Team Member will escort you to the 100 Level concourses for ADA seating on the east side of Michigan Stadium.
Baby Changing Areas
Changing Tables are located in all restrooms at Michigan Stadium.
Cameras and Video Equipment
Single-frame flash photography is allowed. All forms of video and motion-picture cameras are strictly prohibited. Guests are also forbidden to use lighting or camera support pods at Michigan Stadium.
Full service concession stands are available on the eastside concourse. Concession services are managed by Sodexo, Inc.
Guests are not permitted to leave Michigan Stadium and return on the same ticket. Re-admittance to Michigan Stadium will be allowed only in the case of an emergency. Those needing to exit Michigan Stadium for this purpose must see the Gate Supervisor through which they exit/re-enter prior to exiting.
Family restroom locations are indicated on the Stadium map.
Guests using foul language, making obscene gestures, or appearing inebriated will be ejected from Michigan Stadium. Any fan entering the field of play or throwing objects in the stands or onto the field will face arrest and prosecution. Fan's season tickets may be subject to termination if they or the persons holding their ticket are found to be the cause of these problems. If someone is interfering with your enjoyment of the game, please contact a Michigan Stadium Event Team Member for assistance.
American Red Cross personnel are located throughout Michigan Stadium and are available for assistance. An ambulance is on site at Michigan Stadium 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.
Free parking is available in the Blue Lot which is accessible from Main Street and Greene Street. Handicap parking is located in the Blue Lot near Gate 1. Only persons with a State Issued Handicapped Permit will be allowed to access this area.
* Suspension of the university parking permit restriction for this lot will begin 2 hours prior to game time for all weekday games. No permit is required on Saturday and Sunday for this lot-open parking.
Additional Information: The University of Michigan will not be responsible for loss or damage to vehicles or their contents parked for men's lacrosse. Patrons are reminded that normal parking restrictions apply on game day. Vehicles parked in fire lanes, at the end of aisles, and in any other illegal location will be ticketed and/or towed. Spaces may not be reserved for later arriving vehicles unless authorized by the UM Athletic Department. Tailgate accessory equipment may not be placed in any designated parking space. Tailgate equipment may not be placed into roadways/driveways in a manner in which it impedes traffic. UM Event Management Staff will have the final decision on whether it impedes traffic or not. Alcohol, possession and/or consumption, is prohibited at all athletic events.
The following items are prohibited at Michigan Stadium:
• Containers of any kind (including coolers, thermoses, cups, bottles, cans, flasks)
• Aerosol and Spray Cans
• Alcoholic Beverages
• Irritants (i.e., noisemakers, air horns, etc.)
• Food of any kind
• Dogs and other pets (service animals for disabled are allowed)
• Any projectile or object that could cause injury if thrown onto the playing field or into the seating areas.
Public restrooms are located on the eastside concourse. All restrooms at Michigan Stadium are accessible.
The University of Michigan is a smoke-free campus. Smoking is prohibited in ALL areas of Michigan Stadium. In addition, guests wanting to leave and smoke may not re-enter the stadium. It is the responsibility of all fans to observe the no-smoking regulation.
All Michigan Lacrosse events at Michigan Stadium except for "Battle of the Big House" are ticketed events. Tickets go on sale at Gate 1 located on the east side of Michigan Stadium starting one hour prior to game time. For more information regarding ticket sales please call the Michigan Ticket Office at (734) 764-0247.
Ticket Prices (General Admission): $10 for adults; $5 for youth, senior citizens; U-M faculty/staff/students free with M-Card