University of Central Florida Athletics Announces Health Measures for 2020 Home Football Games

By  //  September 6, 2020

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HOME OPENER SET FOR OCT. 3 AGAINST TULSA

In preparation for the 2020 UCF football season and in keeping with current state government guidance on sporting event attendance, UCF Athletics is implementing a variety of practices that may be adjusted as directed by evolving medical information to provide for the health and well-being of those attending sporting events this fall.

In preparation for the 2020 UCF football season and in keeping with current state government guidance on sporting event attendance, UCF Athletics is implementing a variety of practices that may be adjusted as directed by evolving medical information to provide for the health and well-being of those attending sporting events this fall.

UCF Athletics is actively working with University leadership, the American Athletic Conference, the NCAA and public health officials on a return to competition this fall that prioritizes the health and well-being of all involved.

These and other precautions undertaken are consistent with the guidance of Orange County and the state of Florida.

Fans are asked to do their part by conscientiously practicing physical distancing, frequently washing hands, using hand sanitizer, wearing face coverings and entering the assigned gate on their mobile ticket to ensure the healthiest possible environment at sporting events throughout the 2020-21 season.

All fans should keep a safe distance between their party and other fans while inside and outside of the Bounce House.

Those fans who are not feeling well or have been in close contact with someone they suspect may be infected should stay home and contact their doctor.

Below are current measures that will be in place at the Bounce House for the 2020 season, grouped in alphabetical order by topic.

Additional details will be announced in the weeks leading up to the Oct. 3 home opener.

The stadium will be divided into seven zones and movement on the concourse from zone to zone will not be permitted. This will prevent overcrowding and enable physical distancing throughout the stadium at ingress, egress and on the concourse. Each zone will have adequate concessions and restrooms for the limited capacity permitted. (UCF image)

Approved bags and items include:• Bags that are clear plastic and do not exceed 12″ x 6″ x 12″

• One-gallon, clear, resealable, plastic storage bags

• Small clutch bags or purses no larger than 4.5″ x 6.5″.

• Seat cushions (no arms or pockets on cushion)

• Individual-sized hand sanitizer bottles, sanitary wipes and all applicable medical exceptions

Prohibited bags include:Any non-clear bag including (but not limited to, see above “Approved bags and items”)

• Purses

• Diaper bags*

• Cases (camera, binoculars, etc.)

• Backpacks

• Printed pattern plastic bags

• Reusable grocery totes

• Mesh or straw bags

• Duffel bags

• Large totes

*Items normally carried in a diaper bag must be put into a clear plastic bag for venue entry.
NOTE: There is NO ability to check bags at the stadium.

In order to accommodate as many fans as possible, there will be no season tickets for the 2020 season. Each season-ticket member will have funds already paid toward 2020 season tickets converted into an account credit that can be used to select four-game or two-game packages, or individual game tickets for Tulsa (Oct. 3) and Temple (Nov. 14) games Any remaining or unused credit can be donated to the Keep Charging On Fund or applied to 2021 season tickets.

The Bounce House will begin the season at 25% capacity. Due to this limitation, tickets will be available exclusively to season-ticket members. Seat selection priority will be based on 2020 season-ticket seat location and Championship Resources priority standing. Each account will be limited to the same quantity (or fewer) of single-game tickets or game packages as they have 2020 season tickets.

Ticket selection will begin on September 3rd with Tower Club members and continue until all seats have been allocated.
Sept.  3 — Tower Club Members
Sept. 4 — Stadium Club Members
Sept. 8 – Carl Black & Gold Cabana Members
Sept. 9 — $500 Season Ticket Members
Sept. 9 — $450 Season Ticket Members
Sept. 10 — $300 Season Ticket Members
Sept. 11 — $350 / Young Alumni Season Ticket Members
Sept. 11 — $200 Season Ticket Members
Sept. 11 — $150 Season Ticket Members
Sept. 11 — $99 /Family Plan/ Life Student Season Ticket Members

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MOBILE TICKETING

To offer greater convenience and safety, mobile-only ticketing will provide contactless entry to the Bounce House for all 2020 UCF Football games.

Ticket-holders will access tickets through the UCF Knights app (supported on Apple and Android devices) and available for download via the App Store (Apple) and Google Play (Android). Tickets also will be available to download and save on your digital wallets. Tickets also are accessible through your phone’s mobile web browser at www.UCFKnights.com/DigitalTix.

To expedite entry and ensure the best possible game day experience, fans should download their tickets prior to arrival and save to their phone’s digital wallet through Apple Wallet or Google Pay. Fans also are strongly encouraged to enter through the gate shown on their mobile ticket.

For more information on mobile ticketing, please click here. Once tickets are purchased for your selected game(s), your tickets will be available for managing in the UCF Knights app. Fans will have the ability to save their ticket to their digital wallet, transfer tickets to friends or post tickets for sale through the UCF Knights Ticket Exchange.

Fans who do not have access to a smartphone or would prefer a physical ticket may still pick up generic ticket stock from the UCF Athletics Ticket Office prior to game day. On game day, the Ticket Office will be open four (4) hours prior to kickoff to help with any issues fans might have. The Ticket Office is located next to Gate 1.

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