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Experience the energy of this storied college football rivalry in person when the Alabama Crimson Tide host the Auburn Tigers in the final game of the 2014 regular season on Nov. 29 at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala. The upcoming matchup marks the 79th all-time meeting in the series, which is also referred to as the Iron Bowl. Though Alabama owns a 42-35-1 series lead, it was Auburn that prevailed last year in one of the most thrilling finishes ever between the two SEC powerhouse programs.
Bryant-Denny Stadium Seating Information
With the ability to host over 100,000 fans on game day, there are plenty of seats inside Bryant-Denny Stadium in which to choose from for this Nov. 29 clash. As you'll see on the venue's seating map, the stadium is comprised of two main areas on each sideline, plus a modest-sized area for VIP Skyboxes located near each endzone. The Crimson Tide typically occupy the sideline by Sections A-N, while the Tigers will be situated on the opposite side of the field, near Sections AA-NN. Each side features seating sections that extend outward away from the field in a traditional stadium-style layout. Note that student sections are located near the south zone.
Bryant-Denny Stadium General Information
For safety reasons, Bryant-Denny Stadium prohibits items like backpacks, large bags, coolers, weapons, strollers, artificial noisemakers, computers, umbrellas, and outside food and drink. Video recorders are prohibited as well, but fans may bring a personal camera to the game. All fans are subject to search upon entry to ensure the safety of all guests.
Bryant-Denny Stadium Parking Information
Parking is usually available in Lots A-D, 1-4, and in the Bryce Grass Parking Lot. Free public parking also may be found downtown. Public transportation also is an option for those not wishing to drive to the Auburn-Alabama game on Nov. 29.
Bryant-Denny Stadium Gate Times
Gates at Bryant-Denny Stadium generally open two hours before the start of games.