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UNC Football: Spring Game Updates

Kenan Stadium will be at 22 percent capacity for the spring game.

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Update: The spring game is sold out. There will be a limited number of student tickets available on game day at the Gate 3 Ticket Office.


The North Carolina Tar Heels announced yesterday that fans will be allowed to attend this year’s spring game on Saturday, April 24.

The tickets will be $5 for the general public, with free tickets available to students kindergarten through college. Tickets are available at www.goheels.com/tickets

Approximate attendance will be capped at approximately 11,110, or 22 percent capacity.

Here are some more details from UNC Athletics:

General public tickets are $5 each and will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis, so order quickly while supplies last! Students in grades K-12 and in college may receive up to 2 free tickets. Students must enter verification information when prompted at the checkout screen. State guidelines for social distancing will allow for Kenan Stadium to be at about 22% capacity. Tickets are available in groups of 1-4. Patrons must purchase a full block of seating (leaving no unassigned seats in pre-determined seat blocks) and can order a maximum of 8 tickets per account while supplies last.

Masks will be required inside Kenan Stadium.

Public parking will be available in the following areas: Cobb Deck, Jackson Parking Deck, Bowles Lot, Craige Deck, and the Raleigh Road Visitors Lot. ADA parking is available in the Bell Tower Deck.

Unfortunately, tailgating in the university lots and decks is prohibited.

If you are unable to attend, the game starts at 3:00 PM and can be seen on the ACC Network.