2012 Gopher Football Spring Game
Join the Golden Gopher Football team on April 21 at TCF Bank Stadium for the 2012 Football Spring Game. Come early and check out the following activities at Gopher Fan Fest: interactive games, face painters, balloon artists, photo opportunities with Floyd of Rosedale, and much more. Admission to the Spring Game and other game-day activities is free.
Parking: The Maroon, Gold and Ski-U-Mah lots will be open for tailgating beginning at 9 a.m. The Gopher Lot will also be open at 9 a.m., however, no tailgating is allowed. The cost of parking in these lots will be $10. The University Ave. Ramp and 4th St. Ramp will be open all day. The cost to park in University Ave. Ramp will be $10 - $15. The cost to park in 4th St. Ramp will be $3/hr ($12 max. per day). For map to find appropriate lot, please click here (disregard top right map key).
- 10 a.m. – Doors open and Gopher Fan Fest in the west plaza
- 11 a.m. – Kickoff
- Post-game – On-the-field autograph session with players and coaches
Expect delays- there will be a major resurfacing project on I94 (between I394 and Hwy. 55) all weekend. This may affect your route into TCF Bank Stadium for the Spring Game.
Recommended routes to TCF Bank Stadium:
From westbound I394, merge onto I94 west. From there take the Broadway Ave./Washington Ave exit. Follow the exit signs to reach Broadway Ave. then turn right. Follow Broadway about a quarter mile to University Ave. then turn right. Follow University Ave. straight into campus.
From eastbound I94, exit onto Broadway Ave. and turn left. Follow Broadway about a quarter mile to University Ave. then turn right. Follow University Ave. straight into campus.
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