Carolina Football heads to Baton Rouge to take on No. 9 LSU this weekend and many Gamecock fans are sure to follow. The Tigers will be looking to move up in the polls after falling five spots due to their 14-6 loss to the Florida Gators on Saturday. Our Gamecocks will be looking to remain undefeated and continue their historical winning streak. Be sure to wear gameday Garnet and Black to help us stand out in the crowd of Purple and Gold Tigers! The team will be debuting their new "Battle" uniforms custom-made by Under Armour for this game.
Directions to Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge
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Here are some helpful tips and information we've pulled together to help you enjoy gameday on the road.
If you have gameday questions in Baton Rouge, feel free to tweet us at @GamecocksOnline and we will do our best to help! Many questions may be answered in LSU's Fan Guide or on their Game Day Central Guide.
You can also access LSU's Visitor Parking suggestions, parking maps and tailgating and in-stadium policies on their website. Individual game parking passes are sold out, but they do have shuttle passes on sale now. Shuttles are available from Farr Park RV park and passes can be purchased here.
For information and recommendations regarding dining, accommodations, shopping, and other activities in the capital city, LSU Athletics suggests taking a look at the Visit Baton Rouge webpage.
For those in the stadium, you may listen to the Gamecock Radio broadcast of the game on 98.7 FM Primary or 93.1 FM Alternate.
AVOID CONSTRUCTION ISSUES
LSU is advising fans to arrive early for the Tigers' game against South Carolina on Saturday and be aware of changes in access to gates on the south end of Tiger Stadium due to a construction zone created by renovations.
There will be limited pedestrian access to gates in the southeast corner of the stadium for fans coming from South Stadium Drive. Gates most impacted by the construction zone are Gates 11, 12, 14, 18 (Tiger Den Suites) and 20 (East Ramp), as well as Portal B on the southwest corner of the stadium.
For fans who enter through Gates 11, 12, 14, 18 and 20 on the east side of the stadium, the encouraged pedestrian route is to use Fieldhouse Drive and walk down to the stadium via Powerhouse Lane and walkways by Hatcher Hall and Johnston Hall.
Fans can go to www.LSUsports.net/SEZ for a map of the construction zone and suggested walking routes to the stadium.
Tickets for the game are still available via LSU Ticket Marketplace. It may be helpful to check out the Tiger Stadium seating chart while making ticket purchases.
If you purchased tickets through the South Carolina Ticket Office you may pick them up at the visitor ticket gate, Gate 11 (southeast corner of Tiger Stadium). Our ticket office staff will be on location there to assist Gamecock fans with any gameday ticket problems.
The football team will arrive at Tiger Stadium at approximately 5 p.m. Central Time. They are scheduled to be dropped off at the Southeast corner of Tiger Stadium. Fans are welcome to come cheer on the team as they get off the bus and head in to the stadium!