Game day in Tuscaloosa is back

Bryant Denny Stadium00000000

By WVUA 23 digital reporter Hunter De Siver

On Saturday, over 100,000 people will fill the bleachers of Bryant-Denny Stadium at the University of Alabama.

These fans have waited two years to sing “Dixieland Delight” inside a packed stadium, to tailgate on the quad hours before the game with cornhole, barbecue and beverages.

While all the college game-day traditions are back in Tuscaloosa, there are still some precautions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Fans who want to park on campus must purchase parking tickets through a mobile device on the Gameday website.

Purchasing game tickets are also mobile-only, and can be purchased right here.

Game-day shuttles and all indoor buildings at the university and inside the stadium will require masks. Any outdoor spaces are mask-optional, including in the bowl of the stadium.

If you have tickets but test positive for COVID-19 or have been exposed, do not attend the game. Instead, you can sell or transfer your tickets on the mobile ticketing app.

The Crimson Tide hosts the Mercer University Bears at 3 p.m. Saturday.

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