Spring Game Info

Arizona concludes spring drills with a full scrimmage that is open to the public. Not only can you watch the game in person, but the UA and KCUB will offer a free broadcast. Live out of town and want to watch? For a fee the University will air the game via the web.


Admission into the Spring Game is free. 


The McKale Lawn will be open to the public for free first come, first serve tailgating. Automobiles and R.V.s are welcome. Enter campus either from
Campbell Ave. or from Cherry Ave., preceding east (one-way) on University to the McKale Lawn tailgating entrance. All vehicles must be cleared from the McKale Lawn at the conclusion of the game.


KIDS MINI-CAMP, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
The Arizona Football Kid's Mini-Camp is a pre-game warm up for young fans on the field at Arizona Stadium! Admission is free and activities will include a Punt, Pass and Kick contest, multiple skills stations, inflatables, a football photo station, the opportunity to get autographs from current players and coaches, and more!  A limited number of free t-shirts will be available for kids 13 years of age and younger, while supplies last.


2005 Arizona Football season tickets will be on sale. Visit the ticket trailer just inside of "Gate B" at Arizona Stadium to purchase or renew your season tickets.  (The McKale Ticket Office will not be open during the Spring Game.)


All fans in attendance will have the opportunity to win great prizes throughout the spring game. Thanks to our participating sponsors for providing prizes:  Jones Photo, FSN Arizona, Pepsi, Circle K, Sparkle Cleaners, Bruegger's Bagels and Metro Restaurants.


Entrance into Arizona Stadium will be through "Gate B" only, located at the northeast corner of Arizona Stadium across from the
Cherry Ave. parking garage. Public seating is available only on the lower east side of the stadium (sections 1-8).



Parking is available for free in the Cherry Avenue garage and in all campus lots surrounding Arizona Stadium.


Concessions stands on the east side of Arizona Stadium will be open.  Food will also be available from Domino's Pizza and El Saguarito.  No food or drink (with the exception of bottled water) will be allowed into the stadium.


For the first time, live streaming audio and video webcasts of the Arizona Football Spring Game will be offered at arizonaathletics.com.  The webcasts of the Spring Game will begin at 1:25 p.m. (MST) on Saturday, April 23.


The audio webcast will be offered for free in both English and Spanish.  Brian Jeffries and Lamont Lovett will call the English language broadcast for AM 1290 The Source.  Francisco Romero and Isaac Villegas will do the Spanish language broadcast for AM 1210 KQTL. 


The video webcast of the Spring Game is offered exclusively through ALL ACESS, the official premium content subscription service of Arizona Athletics.  Subscribers will have their last chance to see the 2005 Wildcats until the Fall, and can view the game as it is shown on the videoboard at Arizona Stadium.  The video webcast will be simulcast in both English and Spanish.


Archived on-demand video of both English and Spanish webcasts will be available for subscribers who aren't able to watch the game live.

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