The New York Jets promote responsible drinking and positive fan behavior at MetLife Stadium. The Jets alcohol management plan ensures that fans have a safe and fun experience.
- MetLife Stadium
- Delaware North Sportservice
- Bud Light
- HERO Campaign
- TEAM Coalition
|Alcohol Service Policies|
|Age to Check ID:||40 and younger|
|Max Alcohol Drinks:||2/person/ possession|
|Max Beer Size:||20 oz|
|Max Wine Size:||6.3 oz|
|Max Spirits Size:||1.5 oz|
|Bottles:||Sold with caps off|
|Liquor Sold:||Clubs & Suites Only|
|Concession Stands:||Beginning of 3rd Quarter|
|Clubs/Suites:||End of 3rd Quarter|
|Night Games:||Same as Day Games|
|Time Lots Open:||5 Hours before Kick-off|
|Time Lots Close:||2 Hours after Game|
|Prohibited Items:||Glass containers, kegs, funnels|
|Permitted Items:||Plastic bottles, cans, small BBQs|
|Text Messaging System:|
|Guests can anonymously report unruly fan behavior by sending a text message. Note: Teams are able to track the origin of the calls.|
|Text Number:||78247 – MLS [space] + Issue and Location|
TEAM Training is conducted at MetLife Stadium by MetLife Stadium Company and Delaware North Sportservice.
2018 Training Profile for MetLife Stadium
- 19 sessions
- 1,192 Delaware North Sportservice employees trained
- 363 MetLife Stadium employees trained
- 8 active trainers
The organizations providing TEAM training for their employees at MetLife Stadium have consistently won training awards.
|Delaware North Sportservice||MetLife Stadium Company|
|2018||Championship Performance||Prestigious Achievement|
|2017||Championship Performance||Prestigious Achievement|
|2016||Championship Performance||Prestigious Achievement|
|2015||Championship Performance||Prestigious Achievement|
From 2015 to 2017, the New York Jets faced the Miami Dolphins and the Buffalo Bills in the Bud Light Good Sport Designated Driver Challenge. Jets fans who pledged to be designated drivers at MetLife Stadium earned the Jets a touchdown (6 points) in the Challenge.
Thank you to all the responsible Jets fan who helped the Jets earn points in the Challenge for all 3 years!
|Responsible Fan Program Total Pledges|
Guest Code of Conduct
The team at MetLife Stadium is committed to providing a memorable event day experience for all guests. With that goal in mind, we have developed a Guest Code of Conduct which all guests are expected to follow. MetLife Stadium, the Giants, Jets and our promoters ask the guests to assist in creating an enjoyable and safe environment by:
- Respecting each other as well as our team members
- Consuming alcoholic beverages in a responsible manner
- Refraining from fighting, throwing items or using foul/abusive language or gestures
- Not displaying indecent messages on clothing
- Not creating a disruption to the progress of the event by their actions
- Showing their ticket when requested and only sitting in their ticketed seat
- Following instructions from team members regarding stadium operations and emergency procedures
- Allowing each other to be free to support their team or entertainer while remaining respectful and courteous to their fellow patrons, referees, opposing team fans and players
- Keeping MetLife Stadium SMOKE-FREE
Stadium team members have been trained and instructed to take necessary actions to ensure the above expectations are enforced. Guests are encouraged to report any inappropriate behavior to the nearest Guest or Safety Services Representative, any Guest Services Booth or through our text messaging service. Guests should address the text message to 78247 and type the word MLS followed by the request and location.
Guests who choose not to follow the Guest Code of Conduct will be subject to ejection, possible arrest and loss of PSL. Those who are ejected for a violation of the Code of Conduct or a stadium policy are prohibited from returning to MetLife Stadium. If they wish to return to MetLife Stadium to attend any future event(s), they must make the request in writing. For information on mailing these requests, please contact us via this link. Those who return to MetLife Stadium property without receiving prior written authorization from the Stadium will have a criminal complaint signed against them for violation of N.J.S. 2C:18-3b – “Defiant Trespasser”.