Regarded as one of the nation’s most intimidating road venues, Texas A&M’s Kyle Field has been the home of the Aggie football team since 1905.
Kyle Field was named for Edwin Jackson Kyle, who served as Texas A&M’s dean of agriculture and athletic council president. Kyle donated a 400-by-400 foot area of the southern edge of campus that had been assigned to him for horticultural experiments.
The permanent seating on the east and west sides of Kyle Field were added in 1927 and the horseshoe was completed in 1929. The stadium was expanded in 1967 to include two decks of grandstands, and the third decks were added to the east and west sides in 1980. The Aggies played on grass through the 1960s, but A&M became one of the many schools that switched to artificial turf in the early 1970s. Grass returned to Kyle Field in 1996 and the Aggies currently play on grass.
In April of 2012, it was announced that Texas A&M University and the 12th Man Foundation engaged Populous to lead the design study phase for the renovation and redevelopment of Kyle Field, recognized as the nation’s top college football gameday experience and “Home of the 12th Man.”
On May 1, 2013, the Texas A&M Board of Regents approved a $450 million renovation of the famed stadium, to begin following the 2013 season and be completed prior to the 2015 campaign.
More information can be found online at www.kylefield.com.Quick Facts
- Built: 1927, 1929, 2013-15 (renovation)
- Capacity: 82,600 (2013) - 102,500 (2015)
- Record Crowd: 90,079 vs Nebraska (Nov. 20, 2010)
All fans, including infants, must have a ticket for admission. Texas A&M students holding a student ticket must have a valid I.D. card for admission. Student guests must have a guest sticker affixed to their ticket for admission. Those can be purchased (on gamedays) at all stadium ticket booths.Aggie Locker
Fans can purchase Texas A&M merchandise at the Aggie Locker, located throughout the field and in the Aggie Fan Zone.
You can also shop the Aggie Locker online at www.aggielocker.com."Alumni Side"
Refers to the west side (press box side) of the stadium, marked by the lettering "Welcome to Aggieland."Announcements/Pages
Announcements and paging will not be made unless in the case of an emergency. If a family member at home needs to reach a fan attending the game please call (979) 845-7529 for more assistance. THIS NUMBER IS FOR EMERGENCIES ONLY.ATMs
There are four ATMs inside Kyle Field...three near the following sections: 111 (west side), 140 (east side), 146 (east side), 124 (Zone), 236 (east side), and 512 (Zone) and one in the lobby of the Aggie Locker (north end of stadium).
The nearest ATMs outside of the stadium are located just across the street from the Zone Plaza (north end of stadium) in the Memorial Student Center and in the foyer of the Koldus Building (just east of G. Rollie White Coliseum).Bags/Backpacks
Bags and backpacks are allowed into Kyle Field but fans are discouraged from bringing them. All bags will be searched upon entry into the stadium.Banners/Signs/Flags
No unauthorized banners, signs, or flags may be brought into Kyle Field.Cameras
Video and still cameras are allowed inside Kyle Field.Chairbacks
If you have a problem with your chairback for bench seating, please call the company's A&M hotline at 1-800-501-9592.Concessions
Concession stands are located throughout the stadium on all levels of all concourses.
Credit cards are accepted at all permanent concession stands in the stadium.
For more information, visit http://concessions.tamu.edu.Elevators
Elevators are located on the west side (press box side) and the north end of the stadium for fans' convenience.
You do not need a pass to use the elevators at Kyle Field, but as a reminder, all bags will be searched upon entry to the stadium. Restrictions apply, however, to certain elevators:
* Elevators 1 and 2 are located at Gate 6 (south side of press box) and service the west side suites, sections 103-109 and sections 201-216. In order to get off the elevators on the west side suite level (Level 5) you will need either a guest pass or a suite ticket.
* Elevators 7 and 8 are located at Gate 8 (north side of press box) and service sections 301-316.
* Elevators at Gate 7 (base of press box) service VIP booths on Levels 8, 9 and 10, and working press (including TV and radio personnel).
* Handicapped patrons should use the elevators at Gate 7.
* Elevators are located just inside the lobby of the Zone Plaza. Fans need a ticket to sections in the Zone end of the stadium to be able to access the elevators.
* Elevator 1 (Gate 12) services the Zone Club exclusively. Fans need a ticket to seats in the Zone Club or Zone Suites to be able to access this elevator.
* Elevators 2, 3, and 4 (Gate 13) service sections 114-135, 401-426 and 501-524. Fans need a ticket to one of these sections to be able to access the elevators.
Family/special needs restrooms can be found in the following locations of the Zone (north end of stadium):
* Lower level: at sections 119 and 130
* Zone Club: at sections Z2 and Z23
* Upper level: at sections 506 and 524
The main First Aid room is located underneath the west side stands (press box side) on the ground-level concourse.
First Aid stations are located throughout the stadium:
* West (alumni) Side: at sections 106 (main room) and 205, and on the third deck concourse
* East (student) Side: at sections 234 and 337
* Zone (north end): at sections 124 and 523
All gates open 2 hours prior to kick off.
* Student Gates: Students should use gates 1 & 2 (southeast corner) or 14 (northeast corner)
* Player Guest Entrance (A&M): between gates 11 & 12 (north side)
* Player Guest Gate (visiting team): 4 (southwest corner)
* High School Coaches Gate: Pick up at McFerrin Athletic Center (southwest corner), and enter at gate 4 (southwest corner)
Handicapped parking is readily available around campus on gamedays, with spots available in most lots used for football game parking. (CHECK THE FOOTBALL PARKING MAP) for more detailed info.
For all handicap parking, you will need the proper handicap parking identification issued by state motor vehicle departments.
To access handicap parking in specific lots, you need a parking permit for that lot.
A handicap accessible shuttle service is available beginning 3 hours prior to kick off and lasting 1 to 1 1/2 hours after the game, originating from lot 50 (across from the Zachary Building on University Drive). THERE IS A FEE OF $10 TO PARK IN LOT 50. Three vans operate before and after the game, while one van operates during the game. The shuttle drops off in front of the Zone (north end of stadium) on Joe Routt Blvd. The front portion of Lot 50 is reserved for patrons of this service. Only one attendant is asked to accompany the person with disability on the ride to and from the stadium.
Additional handicap parking is available, for $20, at the West Campus Parking Garage (southwest corner of John Kimbrough Blvd. and Wellborn Rd.), and for $20 at the University Center Parking Garage (east side of stadium attached to Koldus Building).
Handicap seating is available at the lower end of section 103 and also in the upper and lower armchair levels of the Zone (north end of stadium). For more information on these seats contact the Athletic Ticket Office at 1-888-99-AGGIE.Help
AGASSIST: A special texting service is available inside Kyle Field. To report issues, text AGASSIST to 51234.
While at the game, dial 911 in an emergency on your cell phone (or, on a campus phone, dial 9-911).
If you have any questions or concerns, contact an usher, gate person, or athletic staff member wearing an ID.Lost and Found
As the Official Host Committee of Texas A&M University, MSC Hospitality is responsible for managing the Campus Lost & Found currently housed within the Memorial Student Center.
To claim lost items:
Items found at Kyle Field will be found in MSC Suite 2240 Monday after 2 p.m. following home football games. To claim lost items, call the MSC lost & found at 979-845-1515 or go to MSC Suite 2240 Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Media will call is located at gate 7 (at base of press box on west side).
Media parking is in Lot G (PA 100H), just to the west of Kyle Field across from the railroad tracks and situated between the Student Recreation Center and the West Campus Parking Garage.
Contact the Media Relations Office (979-845-5725) well in advance for information on obtaining necessary passes.
For more on media services, click here.Merchandise
Fans can purchase Texas A&M merchandise at the Aggie Locker, located throughout the stadium, or across the street from the Zone in the MSC Bookstore. Hours of operation vary depending on kick off time but are open on gamedays, at least 3 hours before kick off. You can call for information by dialing (979) 458-8751.
Fans can also purchase Texas A&M merchandise online at AggieLocker.com.Parking
Please visit transport.tamu.edu for complete game day parking information.Press Box
The press box is located on the west side of the stadium, which is the side facing Wellborn Road (FM 2154).
All media must have a proper credential for entry. Contact the Media Relations Office (979-845-5725) well in advance for information on obtaining a pass.
You can enter the press box through elevators located at the base of the west side stands underneath the large "KYLE FIELD" lettering on the stadium's side.
For more on media services, click here.Programs
Game programs can be bought at numerous locations throughout the stadium, near the gates and in the Aggie Fan Zone.Prohibited Items
*Artificial noise makers
* Beverages (including alcoholic beverages), except one 1-liter plastic bottle of water
* Tobacco products (of any kind)
* Ice chests
* Stadium seats in excess of 16 inches
* Unauthorized banners, signs, or flags
Re-entry to Kyle Field is prohibited in accordance with SEC rules. There are no pass-outs.Restrooms
Restrooms are located throughout the stadium on all levels of all concourses.Recycling
Brazos Valley Recycling is the proud provider of recycling for Kyle Field and Texas A&M Athletics. Make sure you look for the Green can at Kyle Field to recycle all your plastic bottles and plastic cups.Shuttle Services
Texas A&M Transportation Services is providing FREE express shuttles on game days from Post Oak Mall (corner of Harvey Rd. and State Highway 6) to Lubbock St. on the A&M campus (near the Corps Quad).
Shuttles begin 2 1/2 hours prior to kickoff and will run for 2 hours after the game.
The shuttle stop at Post Oak Mall is in the J.C. Penny parking lot.
For more information, click here for a map detailing the shuttle bus plan.
Several more bus routes also operate. Click here for more information.
A handicap accessible shuttle service is available beginning 3 hours prior to kick off and lasting 1 to 1 1/2 hours after the game, originating from lot 50 (across from the Zachary Building on University Drive). THERE IS A FEE OF $10 TO PARK IN LOT 50. Three vans operate before and after the game, while one van operates during the game. The shuttle drops off in front of the Zone (north end of stadium) on Joe Routt Blvd. The front portion of Lot 50 is reserved for patrons of this service. Only one attendant is asked to accompany the person with disability on the ride to and from the stadium.Smoking
Smoking is not allowed inside Kyle Field, in the restrooms, concourses or ramps. You may smoke only outside the stadium.Stadium Seats
Stadium seats cannot be in excess of 16 inches in width."Student Side"
Refers to the east side of the stadium, marked by the lettering "Home of the 12th Man."Suites
There are 68 suites at Kyle Field.
West side (press box side) suites are numbered L1-L24 and U1-U24 and are located on level 5, between the second and third decks. Use Ramp 1 or 2, or Elevator 1 at Gate 6, to access the west side suites.
Zone Club (north end) suites are numbered N1-N20 and are located between the Zone Club seating and the upper deck of the north end. Use Gate 12 only to access Zone Club suites.
For information on suites, please contact the 12th Man Foundation at 1-888-TAM-12TH (826-1284).Tailgating
Tailgating in Aggieland is a privilege, one that Texas A&M University is pleased to extend to all our fans, former students, visitors, and friends. In many ways, the time spent tailgating can be just as fun and memorable as the game. We invite you to enjoy all of the beauty and camaraderie that our campus has to offer while you cheer your team to victory.
For complete tailgating information, please visit tailgating.tamu.edu.Tickets
All fans, including infants, must have a ticket for admission.
Fans can get tickets to A&M games by calling 1-888-99-AGGIE or visiting http://www.12thmanfoundation.com/.
Normal business hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (central).
The ticket office is located in the northwest corner of the Zone Plaza (north end of stadium).
The ticket office is open on gamedays. The Zone Plaza ticket windows are open from 9 a.m. until the end of the game, and the South End Zone/McFerrin Athletic Center ticket booths from two hours prior to kickoff until halftime.
For games that kickoff at 12 p.m. or earlier, the Zone Plaza ticket windows will open at 8 a.m.
Gameday operations for the ticket office take place in Windows 1-12 of the Zone Plaza (north end of stadium).
For more information on tickets, click here.Water
Fans may bring in 1 plastic bottle of water, no larger than one liter.Will Call
Public drop-off Will Call is located in windows 1-2 of the Zone Plaza (north end of stadium). Media Will Call is located at Gate 7. Pre-arranged or purchased will call can be picked up in windows 3-6 of the Zone Plaza.
For 12th Man Foundation donors, Will Call is located at the ticket windows inside the 12th Man Foundation office lobby (Gate 12). Foundation offices will open four hours prior to kickoff.
Gameday ticket operations begin at 9 a.m. for games (8 a.m. for games that begin at 12 p.m. or earlier).
For more information on tickets, click here."The Zone"
Refers to the north end zone seating. It also houses the Zone Club, Ticket Office, 12th Man Foundation and the Texas A&M Sports Museum.
The Zone Plaza is the area just outside of the north end of the stadium.
Located in the north end of the stadium, the Zone Club is home to 1,900 open-air armchair seats. Seating is protected from the elements. Numerous other amenities, including television monitors, a full service bar and concession areas, are available.
For information on the Zone Club, please contact the 12th Man Foundation at 1-888-TAM-12TH (826-1284).