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Football Seating & Parking

Anchor Down for the 2015 football season! Show your support from the best seats in Vanderbilt Stadium.

Vanderbilt Athletics requires an annual gift per seat through the National Commodore Club for specific seats in addition to the season ticket price. With an NCC annual gift starting at $50 per seat, you can support the Commodores from an NCC section.

Renew your current priority football seats online today. To purchase new priority football seats, call the National Commodore Club office at (615) 322-4114.

Vanderbilt Stadium – 2015 Priority Seating

Vanderbilt Stadium

Click the link in the table below the map to see the view from the NCC sections fieldpic

Seat Location
Annual Gift 
(per seat)
 Ticket Price
(per seat)
Total Price
(per seat) 
  B and F, Rows 1-39fieldpic
  C, D, and E, Rows 1-10fieldpic
  C and E, Rows 11-39fieldpic
  D, Rows 11-39fieldpic
  The Bridgefieldpic
For sky box information, please contact the NCC office at (615) 322-4114.

Priority Football Parking

National Commodore Club members receive the best football parking on game days. Enjoy the tailgating fun before the game and then a short walk to the stadium for the game. Your annual NCC donation applies to both your seating and parking benefits. Click here for directions to the priority parking lots.

2013 parking map

For a 2015 season priority parking pass, a gift to the NCC is required at these levels:

Location / Gift
  Lot 1 (reserved) / $3,000+
  Lot 1A / $1,500-2,999
  Lot 2 / $500-1,499
  Lot 3 / $400-499
  Lot 4 / $250-399
  Lot 71 (disabled) / $250

Lot 71, on the east side of Hawkins Field, is used for disabled parking for football season ticket holders. This lot requires a minimum gift of $250 to the NCC and a valid state-issued hangtag. These parking spaces are limited and will be allocated based on NCC priority.

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