Notre Dame Stadium is located in South Bend, Indiana. The stadium resides in the 46616 zip code.
Since the 1997 college football season, Notre Dame Stadium has had a capacity of 80,795.
Notre Dame Stadium officially opened October 4, 1930, with ground breaking a year prior.
Notre Dame Stadium is home to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish of NCAA college football.
To Campus, approximately 1 mile drive to Notre Dame Stadium
From the North
Take I-80/90 to Exit 77 and make a right onto Indiana 933. At the fourth stoplight, make a left at Angela Boulevard then turn left at the second stoplight on Eddy Street. Follow signs for visitor parking.
From the South
Take U.S. 31 north until it becomes Indiana 933. Take Indiana 933 through downtown South Bend until Angela Boulevard. Make a right onto Angela Boulevard then turn left at the second stoplight on Eddy Street. Follow signs for visitor parking.
Three general parking lots exist for fans during game day events. The Bulla and White Field lots have a price of $30 for parking and open at 8 am on game day. These two lots are open to accessible and general parking.
The Burke Golf Course is open to general parking and has a price of $40. The Burke Golf Course opens at 8 am on game day.
A Bus Lot exists at the LP Lot south of campus. Buses can be parked here for a price of $150. The LP Lot opens at 8 am on game day.
An RV lot exists at Credit Union. RV's can be parked here for a price of $150. The Credit Union lot opens at 8 am on game day.
Gate Locations and Openings
Six gates exist for fans to enter Notre Dame Stadium, labeled alphabetically from A-E. Gate A, known as the Dan Devine Gate, is located at the northeast section of the stadium. The Gate A section known as the Knute Rockne Gate, is located at the northernmost section of the stadium. Gate B, known as the Ara Parseghian Gate, is located at the southeast section of the stadium. Gate C, known as the Frank Leahy Gate, is located at the southernmost section of the stadium. Gate D, known as the Lou Holtz Gate, is located at the southwest section of the stadium. Gate E is located at the northwest section of the stadium.
Small bags are subject to inspection upon entering Notre Dame Stadium. In an ongoing precaution to ensure safety at the venue, all backpacks, duffel bags, and tote bags will not be allowed into the stadium. Blankets, ponchos and similar items will be allowed into the venue but may also be subject to inspection. Notre Dame strongly dissuades fans from bringing any form of bag to the stadium in an effort to avoid unanticipated problems upon arrival.