2016 KISD Stadium Rules, Regulations, and Policies

(Image from KISD)
(Image from KISD)

As the Friday Night Lights kick back up into full swing, here are all the policies, rules and regulations you will need to know about the games and any other events that take place at the KISD Stadium.

Tickets can be purchased at all KISD high schools during the week of the game, online or on the home side of the stadium for Varsity games. If you wish to purchase reserved seating, that is available online only. Weeks that the games are outside of Keller, tickets are available for purchase online or at the game on the visitors side of the stadium.

Home side parking will be available on the West side of the stadium, and away side parking will be on the East side. There is an overflow lot North of the stadium on the other side of Johnson Road, and anyone is welcome to park there. The home team must sit on the home side of the stadium, and the visitors must sit on the visitors side. Crossing over is not permitted.

Unless you are participating in, or helping lead or manage a group, you must have a field pass to access the track. This includes photographers, media and administration.

This year, there are no outside food or drinks permitted at any KISD stadium events. Also new this year, no backpacks are permitted unless you are a parent with a young infant or child.

If you are sitting in the student section, do not throw anything from the stands down onto the field. Baby powder, confetti, horns and negative chants are not permitted. However, cheering on our Falcons is always welcome and appreciated!

Tailgating spots are available on the South side of the stadium for the home team, and on the East side of the stadium for the visitors team. Spaces are first come, first serve, but may not be reserved before 4:30 p.m. for night games. Please do not use more then three parking spaces. As far as food is concerned, please only prepare as much for the people attending your tailgate, and food is not permitted to be sold. Lastly, make sure you clean up all trash and cooking devices before leaving the tailgate area.

Lauren Mrachek

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Lauren is a reporter for the Timber Creek Talon. She joined the Talon to express and deepen her love for writing. She is a senior this year and a drum major for the band.