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September 4 - Penn State At Wisconsin: Kick Off TBA
September 11 - Penn State Vs. Ball State: Kick Off TBA
September 18 - Penn State Vs. Auburn: Kick Off TBA
September 25 - Penn State Vs. Villanova: Kick Off TBA
October 2 - Penn State Vs. Indiana: Kick Off TBA
October 9 - Penn State At Iowa: Kick Off TBA
October 23 - Penn State Vs. Illinois: Kick Off TBA
October 30 - Penn State At Ohio: Kick Off TBA
November 6 - Penn State At Maryland: Kick Off TBA
November 13 - Penn State Vs. Michigan: Kick Off TBA
November 20 - Penn State Vs. Rutgers: Kick Off TBA
November 27 - Penn State At Michigan State: Kick Off TBA
2021 Meeting Rooms
We look forward to Game Day Saturdays in 2021. Game days make Beaver Stadium the 4th largest city in Pennsylvania. With around 107,000 seats in the stadium you will have plenty of company to watch Penn State Football's awe-inspiring game day atmosphere. Make sure you view our checklist below to find out what you need to join "The Greatest Show in College Football." Get the most out of your Happy Valley trip! Request our visitor's guide or sign-up for our e-newsletter today.
It is best to get your overnight accommodations months in advance of the games you plan on attending. We can help you with that by entering in the dates you want to stay in our lodging availability page. And don't miss our travel packages & deals page too!
The tailgating atmosphere at Beaver Stadium is unmatched. When it comes to getting parking by the stadium, smart fans will buy their passes in advance of the game. Pre-sale passes cost $20, as opposed to $60 on the day of the game. You can have passes mailed to you or go to the Bryce Jordan Center ticket office. To find out all the details visit GoPSUSports football parking page. Parking for people with disabilities and family-friendly lots are also available.
*New for 2019: There will be designated parking zones for Penn State Football fans looking to park near the stadium. To ease congestion and maintain safety in a pedestrian heavy event the routes in and out of the stadium will be one-way. The parking zone map shows how this will be handled. For more information of the new traffic patterns and tailgate rules please visit the official page.
There are designated parking zones and lots for Penn State Football fans looking to park near the stadium. To ease congestion and maintain safety in a pedestrian heavy event the routes in and out of the stadium will be one-way. The parking zone map shows how this will be handled. For more information of the new traffic patterns and tailgate rules please visit the official gameday page: https://static.gopsusports.com/custompages/football/gameday.html
For tailgating policies, visit: https://gopsusports.com/documents/2019/8/6/Small_Ticket_Book_2019_CC.pdf
Under: Are there any rules I should know about?
You can add a link to the policies booklet again: https://gopsusports.com/documents/2019/8/6/Small_Ticket_Book_2019_CC.pdf
For tickets to the game visit the official Penn State Nittany Lion Ticket Center website. You can also call 1-800-NITTANY. (For confidentiality reasons the Vistors Center located across from Beaver Stadium will NOT print off tickets to the game. Please print tickets before arriving at the stadium.)
To find out about what is and is not permitted into the stadium please refer to the Beaver Stadium bag policy page. Please allow yourself extra time before kickoff to properly follow these rules and pass through security measures to insure a safe venue for yourself and other fans.
Find out what dates Penn State plays, game time, their opponent and their future schedules. The schedule will be updated as game times become available.
(Photo Credit: Tim Weight)