Football Priority Seating
Terrapin Club Scholarship Fund donors receive priority seating at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium. View the priority sections for TCSF donors at Captial One Field at Byrd Stadium.
Please note that your seating assignment and the number of tickets available to you are based on your giving level and are allocated by Terpoints. For more information on seating benefits at Terrapin sporting events, see the TCSF Table of Benefits.
Season Tickets and Parking Information
DOTS Fraudulent/Altered Permit Policy
A “Fraudulent” permit refers to facsimile not officially produced or licensed by the University of Maryland, Department of Transportation Services, but that is presented as a valid parking permit. The production and use of these “permits” constitute an act of fraud. Most fraudulent permits are home made replicas produced by individuals acting alone using scanners and color laser printers. The Department of Transportation Services actively searches for these permits car to car during sporting events and throughout the year. When identified, enforcement officers write a 7B violation for “Illegal display and/or receipt of permit or decal” and tow the vehicle to an impound lot. 7B violations carry a $300 fine and DOTS imposes an additional $100 tow fee to impound and release the vehicle.
On-site Transfer of Permit
Since police and lot attendants cannot discern whether an individual has several legitimately issued parking permits, or simply a single permit used repeatedly to gain access for several vehicles, any form of transfer on site is a violation of policy and will result in denial of access to the vehicle receiving the transferred permit. Individuals who receive these permits and gain illegal access could receive a 7N violation for “Illegally entering a controlled lot” and face towing to an impound lot. 7N violations carry a $300 fine and DOTS imposes an additional $100 tow fee to impound and release the vehicle.
Anyone who has found their vehicle to have been impounded may call the Department of Public Safety at (301) 405-3555.
The University of Maryland Quick Bus circles a portion of the campus every 20-30 minutes 3 hours prior to kickoff, during the game and after the game. The Quick Bus will be accessible from parking locations adjacent to Comcast Center (Lots 4B, 9B, 9C, 11C and PP*). Please utilize this shuttle for transportation to the Stadium as needed and we look forward to seeing you at Byrd.
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From Baltimore (and north): I-95 south to exit 25B, College Park/ U.S. Route 1 South. After approximately one mile, take a right-hand exit off of U.S. 1 and onto Route 193 West. Go two traffic lights to Stadium Drive. Make a left onto Stadium Drive. Captial One Field at Byrd Stadium is directly in front of you.
From Baltimore/Washington International Airport: I-195 West to I-95 South. Travel to exit 25B and follow the above directions to Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium.
From Reagan National Airport: I-395 North until it terminates at New York. Make a right onto New York Ave., and exit at Maryland Route 295 North ( Baltimore/ Washington Parkway). Exit at Maryland Route 193 West (Greenbelt Road) and follow straight for three miles to Stadium Drive.
From Washington/ Richmond (and south): I-95 North to exit take exit 23 from the Beltway (MD 201-Kenilworth Ave.) south to either MD 193 or Paint Branch Rd. and turn right (westbound). Cross U.S. 1 and follow the signs to the events.
From Dulles International Airport (and west): Dulles Toll Road to I-495 West. Take 495 West (Washington Beltway) for approximately 25 minutes to exit 25B. Take the above directions to Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium.
From Montgomery Co. and Northern Virginia: Take exit 28 from the Beltway (MD?650-New Hampshire Ave.) south to Adelphi Rd. Make a left on Adelphi and follow to MD 193. Make a left on MD 193 and follow the signs to the events.