Game Day Parking

  • Parking lot permits are for the entire season.
  • Cooking devices and tents must not interfere with neighbors, adjacent parking, or thoroughfare. The lot will be monitored and we reserve the right to terminate parking privileges for misconduct towards fellow boosters or parking personnel or misuse of the permit, or abuse during tailgating.
  • All parking passes must be printed and displayed prominently as you approach campus and must be displayed the entire time you are in your designated lot. If the permit is not properly displayed, the vehicle may be towed.
  • Parking lots open five hours prior to kick off or no later than 12:00 pm. There are exceptions during certain home games, and these will be announced ahead of time.
  • Numbered Priority Lots: Your permit for a numbered priority lot gains access to a specific lot. Lots 1-6 are assigned spaces while all other lot spaces are first-come, first served. See chart below.
  • Assigned Spaces in Numbered Priority Lots: Your permit assigns both a priority lot and a reserved space number within that lot. (Golden Chiefs Lots: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
  • Parking assignments are as follows: Donors who renew at the same level are assigned the same lot as the previous year (Unless otherwise requested via e-mail or phone). New assignments (anyone changing membership levels) are based on spaces available in lots at that level. Motorhome parking assignments will be posted by 5pm each Wednesday of a home game.
  • Vehicles over 20 feet in length will not be permitted to park in the regular Booster lots as they will not fit in the defined parking/tailgating areas. Golden, Platinum and Legacy Chief members with an oversized vehicle will be directed to Lot A to park in designated grass spots that are adjacent to the paved, reserved area. Warrior, Tomahawk, and Silver Chief members with an oversized vehicle will be directed to park in the Master Craftsman lot on Gaines Street. A valid, current year Seminole Booster parking permit must be presented when arriving at the lot entrance and must remain displayed for the entire time you are in the lot.

Football Priority Parking

Lot Donation
27 - 29 Minimum Renegade donation of $330
12, 13, 17, 19, 25 - 29 Minimum Warrior donation of $650
7, 9, 10, 11, 14, 16, 21, 22, 23 Minimum Tomahawk donation of $1,300
5, 8, 15 Minimum Silver Chief donation of $3,250
1 - 6 Minimum Golden Chief donation of $6,500

See Lot Directions PDF

2021 Football Parking Map

2021 Football Parking Map

Parking Contacts

General Information
Booster Member, Motorhome & Charter Bus Parking
SeminoleBoosters@fsu.edu

Game Day Disabled Parking

Seminole Boosters can not issue or distribute Disabled Parking permits. If you have questions or need an application to apply for disabled game day parking please contact Transportation and Parking Services.

Also please note, if you are issued a game day parking permit through the ADA’s office, you will not be issued a Seminole Booster parking permit.

Transportation and Parking Services
104 N. Woodward Avenue
Tallahassee, FL 32306
Phone: (850) 644-5278
Fax: (850) 644-4999
Email: taps-dpp@fsu.edu

Motorhome Parking

2021 Spring Game Information

Motorhome registration for the 2021 Spring Game is now available. We will be using Motorhome Lots C & D only. Parking spaces will not be assigned. Lots will open at 10:00 am on Friday and close Sunday at Noon.

Online registration will close on Wednesday, April 7 at 12:00pm. After that time, spaces, if available, can be purchased on site on Friday, April 9 or Saturday, April 10. Please call ahead to check availability. Use the link below to purchase a space online.

2021 Season Information

Seminole Booster members who drive fully self-contained motorhomes to the home football games and who contribute at the Platinum Chief, Legacy Chief, Golden Chief, Silver Chief or Tomahawk levels are eligible to park their motorhome in the designated lots the weekend of home football games. Motorhome assignments will be sent via email to the same email address used during the registration process on Wednesday evening of each home game..

Charter Bus Parking

The Charter Bus fee is $150.00 per bus, per game. Charter buses may park beginning 4 hours before kickoff. Buses must depart within 1 hour of the conclusion of the game. View parking directions below.

Charter Bus Parking Directions
From Tennessee Street, turn south onto Stadium Drive. Turning left on Call Street traveling east, turn right, travel south onto Chieftan Way. There, a Parking Attendant will check registration and issue permits. Buses will be direted to park on Chieftan Way, next to track, north of the intersection of Spirit Way.

Exit: All buses must exit east of the stadium on Pensacola St. Attendants will guide.

Charter Bus Parking Application

Basketball Parking Priority

Platinum, Golden and Silver Chiefs who are basketball season ticket holders will receive complimentary parking in the main lot of the Civic Center. Passes will be sent electronically 2-3 weeks prior to the first game of the season. Passes need to be printed and used for entry on game day.

Coaches Clubs members who donate $300 or more to the men’s basketball program will receive a parking pass for the entire season as a part of their membership benefits.

If you would like more information about receiving a parking pass by joining the Coaches Clubs and supporting the Florida State Men’s Basketball, click on the link below and proceed with the online donation process for men’s basketball.

For more information, contact the Director of Coaches Clubs, Cristian Gonzalez-Mendez, by calling or emailing cgonzalezmendez@fsu.edu.

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Baseball Parking Priority

Reserved parking for FSU Baseball games is available for Baseball Coaches Clubs members at the Bronze Level ($1,000) and above.

The parking spaces are located in Lot 11, just behind the baseball scoreboard in left field. There are no assigned parking spaces; parking is first come first serve. Reserved parking spots within the lot are available for Baseball Coaches Clubs members at the Gold Level ($3,000) and above. Parking passes are valid only for the regular season and not for NCAA Tournament play.

General Baseball Parking is available in other lots surrounding Dick Howser Stadium.

For more information, call Cristian Gonzalez-Mendez at or emailing cgonzalezmendez@fsu.edu.
 

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