Gameday Information - UCLA vs. Arizona State
UCLA Football will play host to Arizona State University this Saturday, October 2 at the Rose Bowl Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7:30 pm PT. The game will air on FS1 and on radio on AM1150 and Sirius/XM: Ch. 119/197.
UCLA is using mobile ticketing for all events. Fans attending the games should download tickets to their smartphone prior to arriving at the Rose Bowl. View the online mobile ticketing guide here for more information. Tickets for Saturday's game are still available and can be purchased at www.UCLABruins.com/tickets.A total of 1,000 general admission tickets are currently being offered to UCLA fans for $20 as part of a flash sale. To purchase tickets click here. Tickets are limited to a maximum of eight per person and will be distributed on Oct. 1.
In accordance with the Pasadena Department of Public Health, all individuals age 2 and older, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear an appropriate face covering while attending UCLA games at the Rose Bowl, except when eating or drinking. Highly-trafficked and touched areas will be cleaned and sanitized regularly throughout the game. In addition, hand washing and sanitizing stations are located throughout the stadium. Current health department protocols are subject to change based on state and national guidelines.
Enhanced screening procedures, including the use of electronic security equipment at all gates, have been implemented at UCLA Football games. The Clear Bag Policy limits the size and type of bags that may be brought into the Rose Bowl. The policy is designed to provide more consistent screening and to expedite fan entry.
Parking lots for UCLA vs. Arizona State open at 1:30 p.m. Parking in Lot H, Brookside Park, and the Golf Course is sold by the City of Pasadena for $25 per car in advance and $30 on game day. Please note that advance single-game parking cannot be purchased on the day of the game. Fans are strongly encouraged to plan ahead and pre-purchase parking online here for a $5 discount off on-site pricing.
Parking is also available at the Parsons complex parking lot in Pasadena. Access to the lot is off of Fair Oaks Avenue and at 100 W. Walnut Street. Single-game parking in the Parsons Lot can be purchased on-site for $18. A free shuttle runs continuously beginning three hours prior to kickoff until one hour after the conclusion of the game.
The Rose Bowl, named college football's greatest stadium by Sports Illustrated, offers one of the best tailgating experiences in college football, with a variety of options for pre-game celebrations. The Fan Zone in Lot H offers a wide variety of public activities and photo opportunities. This entertainment area is FREE and open to the public four hours and 15 minutes before kickoff.
Fan Zone Tailgating Options:
Ralph's Ultimate Tailgate Experience (details)
- 1 FREE Admission with a Ralph's receipt for $35 of qualifying purchases
- Open buffet & free non-alcoholic beverages
- Four drink tickets, good for beer and wine
- Flat screen televisions
Landmark Vineyards Century Club
- An all-inclusive tailgate experience for 3 hours leading up to kickoff.
- Entry is $75 per game and includes:
- Enjoy a full buffet catered by Newport Rib Company and drinks at the full, hosted bar.
- Watch other sporting events from across the country on TCL 65" TVs
Tailgater Concierge (details)
- Providing turn-key tailgate solutions for fans with a reserved space and all the necessary tailgating equipment
Live musical performances including the UCLA Alumni band.
- Featuring vendors such as Fat Sal's, Newport Rib Company, Fresh Brothers, and Auntie Anne's
Bruin Spirit Zone
- Fans 21 and older can enjoy beer/wine, games on TVs, a live DJ and more.
- Shop the latest Bruin apparel, including the new Nike/Jordan Brand gear, and UCLA accessories in this 3,200 square foot space.
The UCLA Football team will arrive at the Rose Bowl via Arroyo Blvd at 5 pm outside Gate A, but fans should follow @UCLAGameday on Twitter for the most up-to-date information and for all their Rose Bowl gameday needs. Fans are encouraged to cheer on the Bruins along the west side of Arroyo.
The Rose Bowl gates open at 6 pm. Fans should be seated by 7 pm to witness pregame festivities, including a welcome tunnel formed by UCLA student-athletes prior to the football team's entrance, and the National Anthem performed by the UCLA Marching Band. The UCLA Marching Band will also perform at halftime. At the end of the first quarter will be a celebration of UCLA Men's Basketball's recent Final Four team.
Honorary Captain for the game is Donnie Edwards, who started at linebacker at UCLA from 1992-95. Edwards received All-America honors in 1994 after leading the conference in tackles for loss with 21.0. He finished his Bruin career third on the all-time tackles for loss list (38.0) and fifth in career sacks (22.5). Edwards went on to be selected in the fourth round of the 1996 NFL Draft and produced 11 straight seasons of at least 15 games started and 100 tackles while playing for the San Diego Chargers and the Kansas City Chiefs. A two-time All-Pro, Edwards in 2006 became one of only eight players in NFL history to record at least 20 interceptions and 20 sacks for an NFL career.
Fans can enjoy a number of giveaways this game:
Bruin Blue Pom Poms (first 1,000 students in The Den)
Educator's Appreciation T-Shirt (package purchasers only)
Bruin Pride T-Shirt (package purchasers only)
As a reminder, the UCLA Bruins Mobile App is available for download on iTunes and Google Play. Collaborating with Learfield and Sidearm Sports in its production, UCLA Athletics is pleased to offer the mobile app to all Bruin fans free of charge. The app, which allows fans to receive live score updates during events, sign up to receive push notifications about breaking news, and more, can be downloaded here.