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2022-23 Clemson Basketball Fan Information (A-Z)




Parking is available in the North Lot off of Ravenel Rd., with an ADA entrance at that gate.


For men’s basketball, a ticket is required for every patron over the age of 2 years old to enter Littlejohn Coliseum. For women’s basketball, a ticket is required for all fans over 12 years old.

Students can access basketball games via the west entrance of Littlejohn Coliseum using the All In Student Rewards app. Admission is free to students and on a first-come, first-served basis.

CLEAR BAGS [Printable]

Clemson University, working with law enforcement officials, has implemented a Clear Bag Policy at Littlejohn Coliseum. Fans are encouraged to not bring bags. Clear bags that do not exceed 12” x 6” x 12” are permissible. Read more about the Clear Bag Policy here. 


Concession stands open one hour prior to tipoff and remain open through the end of the game. Concessions partner Aramark has invested in new points of sale to make the checkout process at stands quicker and easier. Fan-friendly pricing of $2 water and hot dogs is still in effect.


First aid stations are located at the West side of Burton Gallery.


The VIP entrance for Coliseum/Courtside club access will open 1.5 hours prior to tipoff.  All other doors will open one hour prior to tipoff.


A Guest Service table is located in the Burton Galley and is staffed with an event staff members to answer game day related questions.


The IPTAY Center is open from Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.


Report any item to the Clemson University Police Department. Either contact an officer on-site, or call 864-656-2222.


Walkthrough metal detectors are at all Coliseum entrances. [Clemson Gameday Security Information]

Fans who either have a relevant medical condition or do not feel comfortable walking through the metal detectors can notify event staff and participate in an alternative screening process. Prohibited items include, but are not limited to: artificial noisemakers, backpacks, non-clear bags or purses, banners/flags/flag poles, coolers, outside food or beverage, knives or weapons of any kind.


Clemson Athletics utilizes mobile ticket technology via Ticketmaster. Please have all tickets downloaded and added to your digital wallet prior to approaching the gate. Mobile Ticket Guide.


Due to the South Lot (Rogers Family Lot 5) being unavailable after Thanksgiving, basketball reserved parking will be significantly different for the 2022-2023 season.

Donors at the Riggs and Heisman membership levels and those donors that have tickets in the Coliseum Club will receive a parking pass that grants the user access to park in any of the available lots; West (McFadden Building area), North (Ravenel Rd and Lot 3E) and East (Centennial Blvd, Centennial Lot (C9), North Lot (C7) and the Ave of Champions underneath the stands of Memorial Stadium. Parking is on a first come, first serve basis. See MAP for parking locations.

Other parking options include the Jervey Lot, East Beach Dr Lot (Soccer practice and operations complex), Lot 15, Jervey Meadows and Williamson Rd. 30 minutes prior to tipoff all parking spaces in the West, North and East Lots are available for first come, first serve parking without a parking pass.

The Ave of Champions along the south side of the coliseum and the Swann Pavilion is reserved for event operations and Courtside Club seat holders. Parking for the 2022-23 season is mobile delivery single game parking passes. Reserved parking will be in affect starting on Tuesday, November 29th.

Basketball patrons should refrain from parking in the R3 Lot (Athletics Lot 6). This lot should remain reserved for campus student residential parking.


All reserved parking is on a first-come, first-served basis. Thirty minutes prior to tipoff, all parking will be open for anyone attending that basketball game and will no longer be reserved. Lot 5 (Rogers Family Lot) is now offline due to construction. The following parking map has designations for pass holder and general public parking:

IPTAY Basketball Parking Policies Basketball Parking Map


There is no re-entry for events in Littlejohn Coliseum.


Alcoholic beverages, artificial noisemakers, backpacks, non-clear bags, banners, coolers, flags, flagpoles, food and beverages from outside, video cameras and weapons of any kind are prohibited inside Littlejohn Coliseum.


Recycling receptacles are available in multiple locations around the concourse at Littlejohn Coliseum.

For more information, go to Clemson Recycling.


Students can access basketball games via the west entrance of Littlejohn Coliseum using the All In Student Rewards app. Admission is free to students and on a first-come, first-served basis.


Solicitation for any purpose is prohibited at an athletic contest on the campus of Clemson University.


Clemson Athletics partnered with Kulture City to make all its venues and all the programs and events that those venues host sensory inclusive. This new initiative will promote an accommodating and positive experience for all guests and fans with a sensory issue that visits athletic events at Clemson University.  Sensory kits are available for pick-up at the Guest Services table in the Burton Gallery.


The main box office for ticket office opens one hour prior to tipoff. There are “mobile resolutions” locations at ticket windows.


Fans can visit the Guest Services table in Burton Gallery to receive a Tiger Tracker wristband for vulnerable guests. It helps identify guests in the event they become separated from the rest of their party.


Clemson University is a tobacco-free campus. Tobacco products are prohibited on Clemson University property.


General Will call is located at the Burton Gallery on the southwest corner of the Coliseum.  Visiting team will call is located at the same location.