Welcome Back

State Farm Stadium is excited to welcome you back to Arizona's world-class event destination. Since the onset of COVID-19, State Farm Stadium has partnered with public health experts to create a safe and welcoming environment for fans. New policies and procedures have been implemented to keep everyone safe – but we need your help to make it a success.

Please read the below guidelines so that you are best prepared for your next visit to State Farm Stadium.

Know Before You Go

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Fans MUST NOT come to the stadium if they have COVID-19, COVID-19 symptoms, or know they've been exposed to COVID-19.

 

Sanitization Measures

State Farm Stadium has implemented ASM Global's VenueShield program that incorporates industry best practices designed to provide the highest levels of cleanliness and safety. Enhanced cleaning protocols throughout the stadium including all public spaces and surfaces, will take place prior, during and after every event. Dedicated restroom attendants will assist with continual cleaning throughout the event.

Face Covering Policy

The CDC recommends that all individudals, regardless of vaccination status, wear face masks while indoors. 

  • The policy applies to all persons 2 years of age or older. 
  • It is recommended that face coverings:
    • Fully cover the nose and mouth and secure under the chin.
    • Fit snugly but comfortably against the sides of the face.

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VenueShield Promise

VenueShield provides the most advanced hygienic safeguards that serve State Farm Stadium’s clients, guests, staff, teams, talent and all other visitors. All policies will be aligned with and informed by public health authorities, medical and industry experts. ASM Global has proactively partnered with and will further consult with leading subject matter experts, health officials and industry leaders in the areas of industrial hygiene, sanitization and fulfillment to consult on all facets of the VenueShield program.

More Info

Prepare to Enter

Parking

Parking is now a contactless experience at State Farm Stadium. Mobile parking passes or credit/debit cards will only be accepted upon arrival into lots - no cash. Upon arrival to the stadium area, fans should follow the directions of Glendale Police Officers and parking lot attendants and park in the first available lot. 

It is recommended to purchase parking passes in advance at seatgeek.com.

 

Mobile Ticketing

Have your ticket loaded onto your mobile device before arriving to the stadium. Make sure your phone is fully charged.

Inside the Stadium

Contactless Restrooms

Motion sensored sinks, soap dispensers, and toilets have been installed in all restrooms for your safety and convenience. 

Hand Sanitizing Stations

Touchless hand sanitizer stations are available for all fans throughout the stadium. 

Concessions

Purchase of concessions will be cashless experience; no cash will be accepted and reverse ATMs will be available. Safety barriers between cashiers and fans are in place. Maricopa County Environmental Services Department sanitization regulations are thoroughly carried out prior to and after each event.

Cashless Payments

State Farm Stadium has transitioned to a cashless transaction stadium ensuring contactless options for food, beverage and merchandise purchases. 

Cash will no longer be accepted at the stadium and ATMs have been removed from the premises. State Farm Stadium offers cash to card ATMs to convert cash to a universally accepted debit card.

In addition to traditional scan and chip options, all fixed points of sale will offer tap payment options including Apple, Google and Samsung pay. 

Cardinals Team Shop

A limited number of fans will be allowed into the Team Shop to facilitate physical distancing. Payment transactions will be cashless; no cash will be accepted.

SHOP ONLINE

Through public health organizations, such as the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO), State Farm Stadium is staying informed of the latest updates and developments as they occur. As additional information and guidelines become available through the NFL, CDC, or national/local officials, State Farm Stadium will continue to comply and make updates.