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Football Fan Day Set for Sunday

Football Fan Day Set for Sunday

Clemson hosts its annual Football Fan Day presented by Greenville Heath Systems and Coca-Cola on Sunday, Aug. 21 inside Memorial Stadium. All Clemson players and Head Coach Dabo Swinney are scheduled to be available for autographs beginning at 2:30 p.m., with the session ending at 5 p.m.

Coca-Cola will provide free water and soft drinks for attendees, and other concessions and novelties will also be available for purchase. UnitedHealthcare, the South Carolina Department of Agriculture, Palmetto Custom Metal & Woodworking and Verizon will also be distributing promotional items.

Fans can enter through gates 1, 5, 9, 10, 11 and 13, with parking available in paved lots (no grass parking) on a first-come, first-served basis.

Autograph books will be available for the first 5,000 fans 18 years of age or younger, and media guides and football game tickets will be on sale at the athletic ticket office beginning at 1:30 p.m. Football posters will also be available at all gates.

Season ticket holders will receive an email this week providing specific information regarding their complimentary clear bag, and the IPTAY Office will open at 1:30 for those having questions concerning their donation or parking.

Clemson players will be positioned on the concourse level throughout the stadium, and there will be separate lines for each position. Click here to view a map of locations

Recommended Entry Points for Each Position

·       Running Backs: Gate 13

·       Offensive Line: Gate 1

·       Wide Receivers / Tight Ends: Gate 1

·       Quarterbacks: Gate 13

·       Defensive Line: Gate 9

·       Linebackers: Gate 9

·       Defensive Backs / Safeties: Gate 5

·       Special Teams: Gate 5

·       Coach Swinney: Gate 10 (Visitors Tunnel)

·       The Tiger: Gate 9

Lines will be monitored by event staff and will be cut off at appropriate times. It is important for fans to realize that it is very difficult to get all of their favorite players’ autographs in the two-and-a-half-hour limit.