Bryant-Denny Stadium visitors who may get overwhelmed by the crowds and noise have a little help now.

The University of Alabama Department of Athletics and KultureCity are teaming up and promoting a more accessible and positive experience inside Bryant-Denny for fans with sensory needs.

“Obtaining this certification is something that was very important to us,” said UA Director of Athletics Greg Byrne in a statement. “We want all of our fans to have the best experience possible, and we thank everyone at KultureCity for educating and equipping us with the tools needed.”

KultureCity helped Alabama place sensory bags for the stadium, offering items that can help anyone affected by the loud environment. The bags include noise-canceling headphones, fidget tools, verbal cue cards and weighted lap pads, and are available for checkout at:

  • Lower level (ground floor): near the First Aid Room behind Section K
  • Upper level (concourse): near Section SS-10
  • Upper level (concourse): near Section NN-11

For more information on the new sensory bags, click here.

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