The NCAA ticket policy is that all spectators need to purchase tickets except children under the age of 2. These children, however, would need to sit on the lap of a paying spectator as the other surrounding seats most likely would have been sold.
Gillette Stadium owns 12,500 parking spaces adjacent to the facility. As a convenience to fans, a parking fee has been included in all ticket prices thereby eliminating the need to worry about parking passes.
The Reunion Village allows fans of different schools, lacrosse teams and clubs to tailgate together no matter where they park. Reunion Village will open four hours before the first game each day and is located next to the NCAA Fan Festival in Lot 20. To order a Reunion Village tent please contact email@example.com.
It is our goal to maximize the pregame experience for all kids attending the championships. The NCAA Lacrosse Fan Fest is for fans of all ages and is jam-packed with giveaways, live music, interactive games, special appearances, autograph signings and much more. The NCAA Fan Fest will be located next to Reunion Village in Lot 22 and will open at 9am on Saturday May 26, 10am on Sunday May 27 and 9am on Monday May 28.
U9 lacrosse games will be played on Sunday, May 27 and U11 lacrosse games will be played on Monday, May 28. Each team will play 1 mini game in the field house and 1 mini game on the Gillette Stadium field. The games are open to both boys and girls lacrosse teams. To register a team the youth lacrosse organization must contact firstname.lastname@example.org and purchase 50 all session tickets.
Gillette Stadium is still deciding whether practices will be open to the public with the NCAA. If it is decided that open practices will be allowed, the Division I men’s practices will be on Friday, May 25. This practice session would take place at Gillette Stadium. Specific information, including times, will be distributed to fans with their tickets in April 2018.
Disabled seating is available on all levels and at all price points in the stadium. Please refer to the Gillette Stadium website for specific information or for more information call 508-384-9191; TTY 508-384-4389
There is a wide array of hotels throughout New England. Boston is located 25 miles from Gillette Stadium, which is where the participating teams will stay. In addition, there are over 10,000 hotel rooms located within 10 miles of the Stadium. For information on hotels and to make hotel reservations, please check out the Fan Housing information at www.ncaa.com/lacrosse.
Boston’s Logan International Airport (www.massport.com) is the largest airport in New England, offering direct non-stop service to 79 U.S. and 37 International destinations. It is located conveniently to downtown Boston. TF Green Airport, Providence, Rhode Island, and Manchester Airport, Manchester, New Hampshire, also offer convenient alternatives.
Downtown Boston is located 25 miles from Gillette Stadium. Fans can travel by car or via cab/Uber to Gillette Stadium. The cab/Uber drop off and pick up location is the P9 entrance in lot 15A. Look for more information at www.ncaa.com/lacrosse.
There are many fine websites promoting cultural and tourism activities in New England. Links are available at www.ncaa.com/lacrosse or to speak with a Visitor Services Representative from the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau call toll free 1-888-SEE-BOSTON (1-888-733-2678). You can also visit bostonusa.com.