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Section 26 contains both Student and general seating. Tickets not specified by the seller as Student tickets will be mapped to the general seating portion of this section.
Sections 27-29 contain both Faculty Staff and general seating. Tickets not specified by the seller as Faculty Staff tickets will be mapped to the general seating portion of the section.Because some campuses regulate the sale of Student and Faculty passes, StubHub cannot guarantee the sale of such passes. Please be aware of any restrictions before ordering tickets designated for students or faculty.
Alcoholic beverages are prohibited. Video cameras are prohibited by still cameras with no flash are permitted. Only service dogs, either certified or in training, are allowed. Patrons in wheelchairs must purchase tickets for the wheelchair area and enter the stadium through Gate E9 in the east stands for access to the wheelchair seating area. Carts will be made available in the designated parking lots of the stadium to transport limited mobility patrons. The carts also will be available following the game to return patrons to their parking lot. The Memorial Stadium Box Office opens 2½ hours before game time.
Year Opened: 1960
| Field Surface: Artificial Turf
Memorial Stadium in its current state was built in 1960. The venue was dedicated with a game against Michigan State on Oct. 22 of that year; the Hoosiers hoopla was tarnished only by the final score, with the Spartans coming out on top 35-0.
With a capacity of nearly 53,000, Memorial Stadium stands to honor the sons and daughters of Indiana University who have served in the wars of the republic. Here the mast of the USS Indiana -- a gift from the U.S. Navy -- serves as a reminder of their gallant service in the armed forces.
Jordan Field was the original gridiron and hosted Indiana football games from 1887 to 1924, when the original Memorial Stadium was built to seat 20,000 people. The old Memorial Stadium was the team's home through the 1959 season; it was demolished in 1982 after being featured in the movie "Breaking Away."
In 2003, Memorial Stadium welcomed a fresh look with a summer face lift and renovations. The press box was completed and club and suite seats were added, while the locker room received some much-needed retooling. The project was funded largely by former Hoosiers and NFL quarterback Trent Green.
Late Indiana coach Terry Hoeppner, who died of brain cancer in 2007, used to call Memorial Stadium "The Rock" because of its limestone construction. A three-ton boulder on a granite slab sits in the north end zone to serve as a memory to Hoeppner and to remind the Hoosiers to "defend the rock."