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Gameday FAQ


1.  What time is the game?

  • The game starts at 8:00 p.m.   
2.  Is the game televised?
  • The game will be televised on ABC .  
3.  Can I listen to the game on the radio?
  • You can follow "The Voice of the Seminoles" Gene Deckerhoff, along with William Floyd and Tom Block on any of our Seminole IMG Sports Network affiliates. For a complete list of affiliates click here.
  • You can listen to the free live radio broadcast on NolesTV and on the official gameday app.
4.  Is the game broadcast on satellite radio?
  • The game will be broadcast on Sirius 112 and XM channel 194.  
5. Are there any special events surrounding the ACC Championship Game?
  • Celebrate Florida State with President John Thrasher at the Charlotte City Club on Friday, December 5th at 5:30 p.m. Register for the event here
  • The Official Noles Pep Rally with the Marching Chiefs & FSU Cheerleaders is Friday night from 6-9 p.m. at Whisky River. The event is free for FSU Alumni Association members and Seminole Boosters with membership card. $5 at the door for non-members. 
  • The Game Day Tailgate is on Saturday from 4-7:30 p.m. hosted by the Charlotte Seminole Club at the Draught Pub. An inclusive $ 60 ticket will provide you a shuttle from the major downtown hotels (details to be posted later on our website), all your beer and wine, access to a cash liquor bar, plate of food, DJ music and local band Disco Lemonade, raffles, and the afternoon ballgames. Register online here.  
  • The ACC will join in Uptown Charlotte’s “Lights on the Square” festivities with the annual Uptown Tree Lighting ceremony, beginning at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 4. The event, hosted by Charlotte Center City Partners, will feature food, inflatables, cars on display and performances. In addition, the ACC’s 14 mascots and Santa will be present for fans to take photos. 
  • The ACC will host the ACC Night of Legends on Friday, Dec. 5 at the Charlotte Convention Center. The signature event will recognize a Legend from each ACC institution as well as the 2014 ACC Football season's award winners.
  • EPICENTRE, a popular Uptown Charlotte destination, will serve as headquarters for all ACC football fans on Dec. 5, with ACC Football Fan Central beginning at 7 p.m. with a battle of the Florida State and Georgia Tech pep bands at 9 p.m. The event also features special appearances by ACC mascots and a DJ.
  • The annual ACC Fan 5K will take place the morning of Saturday, Dec 6, in Uptown Charlotte. Registration is $25 in advance and $30 the day of the race for the 5K, and $10 for the Kids Mascot Run. Participants are free to walk, jog or run as they are able throughout the race. Children ages 3 through 9 are invited to run with the ACC’s 14 football mascots. Each child will receive a t-shirt and have a light breakfast with the mascots following the Kids Mascot Run courtesy of Food Lion. All proceeds will benefit Novant Health Hemby Children’s Hospital.
  • ACC FanFest presented by AT&T will take place Saturday, Dec. 6, with live music, games and entertainment outside Bank of America Stadium. Rain or shine, ACC FanFest will encompass a large area of interactive games, team bands, mascots, pep rallies, Corporate Champion attractions and giveaways, food and beverages, live entertainment and autograph opportunities with ACC Legends. Fans will also have the opportunity to purchase official game merchandise and game programs. Highlighting the afternoon will be live performances by award-winning country music artists Thompson Square and Chase Rice.
  • The Atlantic Coast Conference will hold the ACC & USA Football FUNdamentals Clinic on Saturday, Dec. 6 from 3-5:30 p.m. on the Carolina Panthers’ practice field outside of Bank of America Stadium. The clinic will instruct participants ages 7-13 and their parents on proper equipment fitting, concussion awareness and the heads up tackling technique. Partnering with USA Football, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Chick-fil-A, the event goal is to help make the game of football better and safer.
  • The Atlantic Coast Conference will hold its annual Cheer Performance on Saturday, Dec. 6. Partnering with the Universal Cheerleaders Association, the event provides youth cheerleaders the opportunity to receive private instruction from world renowned UCA staff, and learn and perform a routine on the field before the Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game.
6. Are there any special travel packages for the game?
  • Official travel packages through the Seminole Boosters are now SOLD OUT.
7.  How do I follow the Seminoles online?
  • should be your home for Florida State athletics online.  You can listen to the game on NolesTV and get live stats here.  You will also want to check back after the game as will have highlights featuring the call of Gene Deckerhoff and William Floyd. You can also watch postgame interviews with head coach Jimbo Fisher and selected players, as well as field level highlights on NolesTV.   
  • Download the free official FSU Gameday App for live audio, social streams, stadium maps, weekend, events, and much more. Download for iPhone & iPad, Download for Android
  • Follow the Seminoles on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
8.  What about parking?
  • The game encourages all drivers to consider using public transportation and the CATS and LYNX systems.
  • There are over 30,000 parking spaces located within 5 blocks of Bank of America Stadium available on game day. To see a map of parking locations and prices in the area, please visit ParkWhiz.
  • Bank of America Stadium does not have reserved handicap parking on stadium grounds, but it has a limited number of spaces allocated for accessible parking in Lot 1, also known as the Mint Street Parking Facility, located at the corner of Mint and Graham streets and is directly across from the stadium’s North Gate. Parking for fans with disabilities is available on a first-come, first-served basis for vehicles displaying a handicap placard. This location offers convenience and ease, offering three entrances and exits. Grilling and open flames are prohibited in this parking lot. Click here for Parking Pass Order Form.
  • For those with disabilities desiring a drop off point close to the stadium, there will be a lane in west bound Morehead Street as it approaches Mint Street that will be open to vehicles with handicap placards. It will be marked by orange cones. There is a curb cut at the corner and two driveway cuts along Morehead Street for wheelchair access. A map showing the drop off location is below. Please keep this drop off location in mind as you purchase parking. Post game traffic can be very heavy and if the driver is parked in an area to the north of the stadium accessing the handicap lane for pick up can be very time consuming. Click here to view map of Drop Off/ Pick Up location at Bank of America Stadium.
  • Recreational vehicle parking for the game is operated by EZ Parking. For more information, including cost and location, contact EZ Parking at 704-376-5559.

9.  What times do gates open?

  • Gates open 2 hours prior to kickoff. 
10.  Is the game sold out?

11.  Are student tickets available?

  • Student tickets are available and are $42.90 each. 
12.  Stadium Policies and Information:
  • All information and policies can be found here.

13.  Who do I contact in the need of First Aid?
  • In the event of a medical emergency, please notify one of the event staff or police officers in your area. Carolinas Medical Center emergency care stations are located on the 100 level across from sections 109-110 and 133-134, on the 300 level across from suite 310A, and on the 500 level across from sections 511-512 and 543-544. Registered nurses, doctors and paramedic units are on duty.

14.  Where is lost and found?
  • Reports of lost and found items should be made at any Guest Relations Booth. Please call the lost and found information line at 704-358-7492 to inquire about lost items.

15.  What is prohibited in the stadium?
  • To ensure that all fans have a safe and enjoyable visit to Bank of America Stadium, the following items are not permitted in the stadium:

    • Alcoholic beverages
    • All balls, including footballs of any size
    • All bags larger than 8”x10”x14”
    • Baby seats
    • Balloons
    • Coolers or containers, including cans and bottles
    • Explosives
    • Fireworks
    • Folding chairs
    • Food and beverages, except two (2) sealed plastic non-flavored water bottles per person
    • Horns, bells, whistles and other noise makers
    • Illegal drugs
    • Laptops
    • Laser pointers
    • Pets, except service animals assisting those with disabilities
    • Strollers
    • Umbrellas
    • Video equipment
    • Weapons of any kind, including those carried with a permit
    • Other items that in the judgment of stadium management pose a safety hazard or diminish the enjoyment of an event by other patrons.

    Prohibited items that are discovered during security inspections at the stadium entrances must be either returned to the owner's vehicle or discarded. Unlawful items that are discovered during security inspections are subject to confiscation, and the person in possession of those items may be denied entrance into the stadium and is subject to arrest. Any prohibited item discovered inside the stadium is subject to confiscation.

    Fans are encouraged not to bring any bags or items that need inspection as our goal is to get all patrons in the stadium as quickly as possible.