Parking in Lot 5 unavailable after Nov. 28

Clemson Set for Phase II of Memorial Stadium Project

CLEMSON, S.C. – Clemson Athletics will begin work on Phase II of the Memorial Stadium project in the days following the football game against South Carolina on Nov. 26. The second phase of the project includes a major enhancement to the Tiger Walk experience in the Rogers Family Lot (Lot 5), renovations to the first floor of the West Zone, including new gameday locker rooms and team areas, last updated in 2006.

The Tiger Walk project will include the closure of the lot from November through anticipated completion in August, and will be unavailable during the basketball, baseball and softball seasons. Information on commuter parking and graduation parking will be forthcoming from the university.

The entrance plaza to Tiger Walk has already been brought online, which has allowed for the team buses to pull off of Perimeter Rd. on gameday. A total of 115 new trees are planned to replace the 21 existing as part of this renovation with the appropriate standards to ensure long term growth and life expectancy.

Phase I, which included the new video board, light system, sound system, new restrooms and concessions and the Masters Club was completed prior to the 2022 season. The two-phase project was initially approved in 2019.

Parking in Lot 5 unavailable after Nov. 28

The Rogers Family Lot (Lot 5, C-3) will be closed for renovations beginning Nov. 28 through the summer of 2023. This includes most of the 2022-23 basketball, baseball and softball seasons. No basketball parking assignments will be given in this lot for this athletic year while it is being reconfigured, which may impact where your spot is located for this season.

Prior to the men’s basketball game on Nov. 29, parking for basketball will be unrestricted, except for the ADA lot to the North of the Coliseum and the Avenue of Champions between Perimeter Rd. and Centennial Blvd.

Once the lot closes, ADA parking remains unaffected for men’s and women’s basketball within the North Lot. The paved parking area is reserved for those with a state DMV-issued ADA hangtag, and can be accessed via Ravenel Rd. IPTAY/CUAD does not issue disability parking credentials.

Those IPTAY donors that ordered at least two full-season men’s basketball tickets at the Riggs, Heisman levels and Coliseum Club seat holders will receive a mobile parking pass that will provide access to park:

  • West of the Coliseum at the McFadden paved lot;
  • North of the Coliseum along Ravenel Rd. (3E), or
  • East of Littlejohn on Centennial Blvd, Centennial Lot (C9) and under the stands of Memorial Stadium (Lot C7).
  • All others attending the basketball games are encouraged to use parking options shown in purple on the 2022-23 men’s basketball PARKING MAP.

All parking is on a first-come, first-served basis. Thirty minutes prior to tipoff, all parking to the West, North and East of the Coliseum will be open for anyone attending that basketball game and will no longer be reserved.

Parking along the south side of the Coliseum on the Ave. of Champions will remain reserved for Courtside Club seat holders as well as event operations staff.

Parking for women’s basketball games is open to the public in all areas for the season. The only reserved areas for women’s basketball are the ADA lot on the north side of the Coliseum and the Avenue of Champions between Perimeter Rd. and Centennial Blvd.