Please be advised of the following stadium reminders for the Cardinals Monday Night
Football game vs. the 49ers at University of Phoenix Stadium on Monday at 5:30 PM.
TV: ESPN (also will be shown locally on KTVK Channel 3)
RADIO: Arizona Sports 620 AM--English KVVA 107.1 FM--Spanish
TICKETS: Monday night’s game is a sellout though a limited number of tickets returned from the visiting team allotment are available for purchase. The Cardinals have sold out all 70 games they have played at University of Phoenix Stadium since it opened in August of 2006.
NATIONAL ANTHEM: Grammy nominated recording artist, Arizona native and former American Idol winner Jordin Sparks will sing the national anthem prior to kickoff of Monday
PARKING LOTS: Sportsman’s Park carparks and other game day parking lots will open four hours before kickoff for each Cardinals home game this season. Vehicles can enter starting at
1:30 PM on Monday afternoon.
GREAT LAWN: The Great Lawn will open four hours prior to kickoff at 1:30 PM.
GATES OPEN: All fans should be aware that main entrance gates at University of Phoenix Stadium open 90 minutes prior kickoff. Fans can enter the stadium starting at 4:00 PM on
The Cardinals and Sagicor Life Insurance are hosting a food drive to benefit St. Mary’s Food Bank prior to the game. Volunteers from Sagicor, St. Mary’s Food Bank and Cardinals Cheerleaders will be at collection points outside of all five stadium gates and the Great Lawn. Fans are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items and/or money for donation.
SECURITY PROCEDURES: In accordance with NFL best practices for stadium security, all fans will be subject to security screening prior to entry inside University of Phoenix
Stadium along with inspection of all bags and carry-in items. Security staff
will utilize a handheld metal detector to screen all fans at the security
checkpoints. Security checkpoints are the busiest during the 30 minutes leading
up to kickoff. Stadium gates open 90 minutes prior to the start of the game and
guests are encouraged to enter early.
PROHIBITED ITEMS: All fans should be aware of items not allowed inside University of Phoenix Stadium. The 2012 University of Phoenix Stadium A-Z Guide and complete list of prohibited items can be viewed at http://www.azcardinals.com/stadium/a-to-z-guide.html
FAN CODE OF CONDUCT: The
Cardinals are committed to creating a safe, comfortable and enjoyable experience
for all fans, both inside University of Phoenix Stadium and throughout our
parking areas. All ticket holders should be familiar with the Cardinals Fan Code of Conduct. These guidelines can be found within the 2012 University of Phoenix Stadium A-Z Guide
and can be viewed at http://www.azcardinals.com/stadium/a-to-z-guide.html
TEXT MESSAGE HOTLINE NUMBER: Fans can request assistance or report Code of Conduct violations by using our game day phone and text hotlines. The five digit text number has changed for this season so all fans should make sure they have the current number.