The event will be held at Riggs Field due to renovations at Clemson Memorial Stadium. Admission to the scrimmage will be free of charge, but will be limited to IPTAY members, Clemson students, faculty, staff and former players. Fans must have an identification to gain admittance. Riggs Field has held as many as 8,000 fans for soccer.
Riggs Field was the home of Clemson football from 1915-41. Both the Clemson men's and women's soccer programs call the facility home now. It has been converted to a football field, complete with goalposts, for Saturday's game.
The game will be shown on live television by Comcast. It will be the first time since the final home game of the 1941 season that the Clemson varsity has played a football game on Riggs Field. The Clemson freshman team played the Duke freshmen team there in 1968. Clemson will hold a surplus merchandise sale on Saturday at the indoor tennis facility beginning at 10:30 AM. Clemson 2002 football posters will be available free of charge. Clemson Spring Programs will be on sale for $5. There will also be special halftime and pregame presentations to Clemson football award winners and special honorees from the fall and winter sports.
The gates to Riggs Field will open at 11:30 AM. Clemson will practice Monday through Thursday this week on the practice fields behind the Jervey Athletic Center. The Clemson baseball team will also be in action on Saturday against NC State. The first pitch is scheduled for 4:00 PM. Tickets to that game are priced at $5 for adults and $3 for children. The Clemson men's and women's track teams will play host to the Clemson Invitational, an event that will go on prior to and after the Spring football game.
Schedule of Events Saturday, April 6
10:30 AM Athletic Department Surplus Sale at Indoor Tennis Facility
11:15 AM Clemson Invitational Track meet at Rock Norman Track
1:00 PM Clemson Spring Football Game at Riggs Field
4:00 PM Clemson vs. NC State baseball game at Kingsmore Stadium
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