Riccardo Silva Stadium

November 20, 2019

The Stadium Managers Association promote responsible drinking and positive fan behavior at Aloha Stadium. The Aloha Stadium Fan Code of Conduct and the details of the alcohol management plan that appear below ensure that fans have a safe and fun experience.

  • Flordia International University 
  • VWSE
  • C-USA
  • Sidearm Sports 


Age to Check ID:   All
Max Alcohol Drinks:   2 per person/transaction
Spirits Sold:   No
Max Beer Size:    
Max Wine Size:    N/A
Max Spirits Size:    N/A


Concession Stands:    End of 3rd quarter

Fan Outreach is not conducted by TEAM Coalition at Riccardo Silva Stadium.

Alcohol Management at Riccardo Silva Stadium is not currently conducted by TEAM Coalition.

Panther Don’ts

  • Threatening, abusive or disruptive behavior
  • Standing in aisles, portals or concourses
  • Entering the field of play (during or after the game), unless they are properly credentialed or accompanied by an authorized staff member
  • Profane or abusive language
  • Smoking
  • Throwing objects in the stands including paper or plastic cups/bottles
  • Fighting
  • Possession of alcohol inside the stadium except in designated areas (Stadium Club or Suites)
  • Failure to comply with law enforcement officials or stadium staff
  • Public intoxication

What to do if you observe these behaviors

Should you observe any action(s) that endanger the health, safety or welfare of yourself and/or others, please find the nearest law enforcement officer.


Individuals found violating any policies can be removed from the stadium. Students involved in such activities or other disruptive behavior will also be subject to disciplinary action through the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution. Students are also subject to arrest and prosecution under applicable laws and state statues. Students enjoy the rights and privileges that they gain as a member of the university community and are subject to the responsibilities which accompanies that membership. Non-students, while not affected by the FIU Student Conduct Code, are subject to arrest and prosecution under applicable laws and state statutes.


Tailgating will begin 4 hours prior to kick-off and end 45 minutes before kick-off on FIU home football game days. The tailgate area will be cleared by FIU police. The official student tailgate area is located at the NW corner of the stadium on Stadium Drive.

All federal, state, and local laws will be enforced by FIU police officers and potentially the Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco as well. Bulk quantities of alcohol including, but not limited to, kegs and punch are not permitted. Underage possession and drinking is prohibited. Excessive drinking and devices designed for rapid consumption of alcohol including but not limited to funnels, ice luges, drinking games and beer bongs will not be permitted. 1800Injured reminds you that this will be strictly enforced.


We want you to enjoy your game day experience, but remember you are representing FIU. Hold yourself to a higher standard. First impressions count.

When tailgating and watching the game, be a good sport. Cheer our Golden Panthers to victory with class. Remember that visiting teams, their families and their fans are our guests. Be respectful.

As FIU continues to grow, help us to gain recognition and improve our reputation by interacting with each other and visitors in a way that makes us all proud.