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2021 Clemson Baseball Fan Information (A-Z)

The health, safety and well-being of all who enter our facilities are the top priorities of Clemson Baseball and Clemson Athletics, and we ask for patience, cooperation and understanding with these updated protocols in challenging times. It is the goal of Clemson Athletics to provide a safe environment while creating an atmosphere that is enjoyable to fans.

Note that all protocols and guidelines are subject to change pending additional recommendations by Clemson Athletics, Clemson University and the ACC as well as government and health officials at both the state and national levels.

Animals are not permitted into Doug Kingsmore Stadium.

Clear bags are required for entry into Doug Kingsmore Stadium. Click HERE for approved items.

There are two main concession stands, one behind home plate and one behind the Thomas F. Chapman Grandstands beyond the left-field fence. Click HERE for the Doug Kingsmore Stadium diagram.

Clemson University has taken enhanced health and safety measures to curb the spread of COVID-19. Please follow all posted instructions while visiting Clemson’s campus. There is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place where other people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the S.C. Department of Health & Environmental Control, persons 65 years of age and older and persons with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. By visiting Clemson’s campus you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.

Complimentary admission is not available for the 2021 baseball season. Faculty and staff may purchase standing-room-only tickets, if available, at the gate on the day of the game. 

Gates open 90 minutes before game time.

For lost items at Doug Kingsmore Stadium, visit the guest-services booth located on the walkway down the left-field line.

Unless eating or drinking, patrons must always keep masks/face coverings on.

For a comprehensive list of useful information resources on, including the digital 2021 Clemson baseball media guide, click HERE.

All parking lots surrounding Doug Kingsmore Stadium are free and open, with the exception of the ADA parking (for fans with a state-issued placard) at the home plate lot and the lot outside the left-field gate. Click HERE for the stadium and parking lot diagram.

Due to COVID-19, all promotional activities are on social media. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for the latest promotions.

All Tigers games are broadcast on the radio and available on Click HERE for a list of baseball affiliates.

Due to inclement weather as well as COVID-19, fans can expect date and time changes throughout the season. Click HERE to see the most up-to-date schedule. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook as well as for updates.

For a seating chart at Doug Kingsmore Stadium, click HERE. Seating locations are spaced out in the seating bowl to allow six (6) feet of social distance around each seating pod. Available seating locations are marked…only sit in the seats that have been authorized to be occupied.

ClemsonBaseball is the official social media account for Tiger baseball. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

All tickets are mobile, as fans should download tickets to their mobile devices prior to arriving to Doug Kingsmore Stadium. Due to COVID-19, Doug Kingsmore Stadium capacity is set at 1,280. For more information on tickets, click HERE. For information on student tickets, click HERE.

Watch all the live action of 2021 Tiger baseball. Most games have live video, including online coverage on ACC Network Extra. For a complete video schedule list, click HERE. All video links can be found HERE.

All fan Will-Call tickets can be picked up at the ticket booth next to the left-field foul pole.