All The Details For Fan Appreciation Day

The Clemson Football program will hold its annual Fan Appreciation Day on Sunday inside the stadium. Gates open at 230 pm, and Dabo Swinney along with all the Tiger football players will be available for autographs. The event will end at 5 pm sharp.

Admission is free and is open to the public. Fans can enter through Gates 1, 5, 9, 10, or 13. The first 5000 fans through the gates that are 18 years of age or younger, will receive a free autograph book. Football posters will also be available at all gates.

At Gates 1, 5, 9, and 13 fans will find schedule cards, magnets, and posters while supplies last.

At Gate 11, as well as in the concourses, there will be novelty stands where you can purchase items to use for autographs.

The National Championship Trophy will be on display for fans to take pictures of or with in the West Concourse over by The Oculus.

(Behold the beauty of The Oculus….)

Any fan wishing to meet head coach Dabo Swinney needs to enter the line through Gate 10.

You may only get one item autographed by each player (strictly enforced).

Coca Cola will provide free water and soft drinks. Concession and novelty stands will be open as well.

The 44-16 beatdown will be playing on the big screens inside the stadium.

Players will be stationed on the concourse level throughout the stadium. There will be separate lines for each position group.

  • Running Backs Gate 1
  • Offensive Line Gate 1
  • Receivers Gate 9
  • Quarterbacks Gate 13
  • Tight Ends Gate 1
  • Defensive Line 9
  • Linebackers Gate 5
  • Defensive Backs Gate 5
  • Special Teams Gate 1
  • Dabo Swinney Gate 10 (Visitors Tunnel)
  • The National Title Trophy and The Tiger Gate 9

Parking is free and fans are encouraged to arrive early and be patient. Large crowds are expected so it’s important to know beforehand that getting every players autograph in the allotted time is very unlikely, so have a plan in place upon arrival. And again, arrive early, as lines are sure to start forming very early in the morning.

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