COLLEGE FOOTBALL: UCF Knights Top 10 Gameday ‘Need to Knows’ for Students, Fans Ahead of Boise State Opener

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KICKOFF SET FOR 7 P.M.

Below are the top ten things you need to know for attending a football game at the Bounce House. (UCF Knights image)

ORLANDO, FLORIDA – Here are the top ten things you need to know for attending a football game at the Bounce House.

Claiming your student pass does not guarantee admission, admission is first-come, first-served for the first 12,000 students.

Arrive early. Student Gates open two hours prior to kickoff (5 p.m. for the Boise State game) and capacity is expected to be reached well before kickoff.

■ Don’t forget your UCF I.D. – You must have your mobile student pass and a UCF I.D. to enter the game.

■ Do not screenshot your student pass – Screenshot student passes will not be accepted. Make sure to add your pass to your Apple Wallet or Google Pay prior to getting to the stadium.

■ Student Gates (6-9) – The student gates are Gates 6-9, located on the north side of the Bounce House and open two hours before kickoff.

■ Student Line – The student line will run out of Gates 6-9 and down Victory Drive, wrapping around the baseball stadium (see diagram).

■ Student Section Location – The Knightmare student section is located in both end zones. The north end zone Knightmare sections consist of the upper and lower levels. The south end zone is just the lower level.

■ Knightmare Society – Knightmare Society offers a fast pass to all members on gamedays, which allows them to bypass the normal student line and enter through Gate 14 (located on the southeast side of the Bounce House). Arrive early. The Knightmare Society Gate opens two hours prior to kickoff.

Admission is not guaranteed. Members need to show their mobile student pass, valid UCF I.D. and Knightmare Society Fast Pass to enter. For more info on the Knightmare Society click here.

■ Parking (or riding) – Students who drive to campus on game days can park in a variety of garages and lots. While some garages and lots in the Gold Zone require permits, students can park for free in Garages A, B, and I, as well as surface parking lots B5, B6, B9 and H4. Click here to view the Gameday Parking Map. Gameday shuttles are also available from apartment complexes, the Downtown Campus and Rosen College.

■ What to wear (UCFansWear) – Here is what color to wear for each home game this season.

■ Armor Up – We strongly encourage all of our fans to get vaccinated, if you are able to do so, and we strongly recommend that all of our fans wear masks while indoors, in line with the latest CDC guidelines.

Although most of our stadium is outdoors, please keep in mind that some areas, such as restrooms, are indoors. Masks will be available at locations inside the stadium for fans who need them.

Other Need to Knows

■ Watch Party: Large screens will show the game in IOA Plaza for students who arrive to the stadium after the student section has reached capacity.

How to download your student pass: Follow this step-by-step guide – UCFStudentTix.com

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