Arizona and Arizona State fans can find all the information about today's game by visiting the Gameday Central page.
Nov. 23, 2012
Arizona vs. Arizona State
Friday, Nov. 23
Kickoff: 8 p.m.
Wildcat Walk: 6 p.m.
Gates open: 6:30 p.m.
It’s here, the game Wildcat fans (and ASU fans) have circled since the schedule was released! Bragging rights and the Territorial Cup are on the line. Wildcat fans, you will be the difference. Wear red and cheer loud! A reckoning is coming…
As of Wednesday afternoon, a limited amount of single-game tickets are still available for Friday’s game. Fans can purchase online right now by clicking here or purchase in-person at the box office. The McKale Center Ticket Office opens five hours prior to every home game kick off (3 p.m. this Friday). All Arizona Stadium box office operations will be out of the McKale Center Ticket Office, including will call.
Questions about 2013 season tickets or Arizona Athletics in general? Make sure to stop by one of the ticket sales boothes located outside of the McKale Center Ticket Office and inside the Jim Click Hall of Champions (home of the new Club Seating at Lowell-Stevens Football Facility showroom). Our sales team will be on hand to assist fans.
ARRIVE EARLY (ESPECIALLY FOR SENIOR DAY) – STAY LATE
Friday is Senior Day at Arizona Stadium. Arizona will honor its 20 departing seniors in a special ceremony before kickoff. Please arrive early to help us say thanks and recognize these young men who have given the Red and Blue everything they have. The Senior Day ceremony will begin at approximately 7:55 p.m.
Due to the construction around campus and specifically Arizona Stadium, please plan on arriving at least one hour earlier than normal. We want to make sure you’re inside the stadium and in your seat when the team takes the field. Please click here to view our football game day guide webpage for more information on the parking and stadium entrance gate changes for the 2012 season.
WILDCAT WALK – 6 p.m.
Make sure to get to Cherry and University for the final Wildcat Walk of the season and help welcome Coach Rodriguez and the Wildcats as they walk to Arizona Stadium! The team will arrive at approximately 6p.m. Plan to arrive by 5:45 p.m. to grab your spot on the Wildcat Walk.
NEW WAY TO RECEIVE CUSTOMER SUPPORT
If you are having an issue while inside the stadium, please text “CATS” to 69050.
At each home game there are sound technicians who roam the stadium to monitor the levels and make adjustments. If you are having an issue in your area, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or text “CATS” to 69050 with your comment and location. We will deploy a sound technician to check it out.
Attention season ticket holders: have tickets to the game but can’t go? Don’t let your tickets go to waste. Log into “My Account Manager” and electronically transfer your tickets to a friend. Click here to log in and select “Ticket Transfer”. The ticket exchange program is only available to football season ticket holders.
SUN TRAN PARKING AND SHUTTLE SERVICE
Sun Tran provides shuttle service to Arizona Stadium. Shuttles will depart from Hi Corbett Field starting two hours prior to every home game kick off (6 p.m. this Friday) and will run continuously until kick off. The drop off location is on 6th street, steps away from Arizona Stadium. The shuttle service will offer return service to Hi Corbett Field for approximately 45 minutes after the conclusion of the game. The pick-up location for return shuttle service will be the same as the drop off location.
There is no fee to park at Hi Corbett Field. Round-trip full-fare will be $3, while round-trip half fares will be $1.50 for seniors 65 or older, persons with disabilities, and Medicare cardholders. Kids 5 and under can ride for free.
PLEASE NOTE:Sun Tran is in operation with one less bus this season, so wait times might be longer than normal. Please plan accordingly.
CAT CRUISER FOR PHOENIX-AREA FANS
In partnership with Bon Voyage Travel, Arizona Athletics provides bus transportation from Phoenix to Arizona Stadium and back. There are three locations throughout the Valley where fans can get on the “Cat Cruiser”. There are still spots available for this Friday’s game. For more information call 1-800-439-7963 or visit www.bvtravel.com/wildcats.
Tailgate lots will open at 2 p.m. this Friday. Please click here to visit our tailgating page for a complete list of tailgating rules and regulations. Vehicles must wait until 2 p.m. before arriving on campus to line up for tailgating. Overnight parking is not permitted by the University of Arizona. UA Police will be enforcing this policy tonight.
GAME DAY GRILL
Due to the Lowell-Stevens Football Facility construction, the Game Day Grill has been moved to a new location for the 2012 season. The Game Day Grill will be located on the Eddie Lynch Pavilion, which is just north of the Jim Click Hall of Champions. The Game Day Grill opens three hours prior to every home game kick off (5 p.m. this Friday).
COCA-COLA FAN FIESTA
In addition to the Game Day Grill being relocated, the Coca-Cola Fan Fiesta has also been relocated for the 2012 season. The Coca-Cola Fan Fiesta is located on the UA Mall, just west of Cherry for all 2012 home football games. The Coca-Cola Fan Fiesta opens 4 hours prior to every home game kick off (4 p.m. this Friday) and features live entertainment, food vendors, interactive displays and a fun zone for the kids.
TEAM CAPTAINS AND GAMEDAY CENTRAL
Matt Scott, Trace Biskin, Kyle Quinn and Jake Fischer will serve as team captains for the ASU game.Click here to get the most up-to-date info on the team with ArizonaWildcats.com’s Gameday Central page.
Arizona’s next football game will be a bowl game! An official announcement isn’t expected until December 2nd, but with seven wins the Wildcats are a lock to go bowling. Wildcat Club members and current football season ticket holders can now place requests for bowl game tickets. More information can be found online at ArizonaWildcats.com.