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

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Alcohol Service Policies:

Age to Check ID:   30 and younger
Max Alcohol Drinks:   2/person/possession
Maximum Cup Size:   25 oz
Bottles:   Sold with caps off
Cans:   Yes
Liquor Sold:   Yes
     

Cut-off Policies:

Concession Stands:   End of Halftime
Hawkers:   End of Halftime
Clubs/Suites:   1 Hour After Game Ends
Night Games:   End of Halftime
     

Tailgating Policies:

Time Lots Open:   5 Hours before Kick-off
Tailgating Cut-off:   At start of game
Prohibited Items:   https://www.raiders.com/game-day/prohibited-items
Permitted Items:   Plastic bottles, cans, small BBQs
     

Report Inappropriate Behavior or Request Assistance

  • Text your message and location to (510) 500-8787. Stadium Personnel will confirm your message and respond as appropriate.

*Standard text messaging rates apply

 

Continuing in 2019, the four teams from the AFC West will compete to encourage football fans to use or be the designated driver. The AFC West Designated Driver Challenge is generating competition and excitement around the designated driver program. For every fan who makes the pledge to be a designated driver at RingCentral Coliseum, during regular season home games, the Raiders will score a touchdown and earn six points in the Challenge.

There are 6 locations of the Bud Light “Good Sport” designated driver program at RingCentral Coliseum. Fans who pledge to be designated drivers receive a complimentary soft drink and a chance to be selected as the Designated Driver for the Game. Designated Drivers for the Game are recognized on the stadium video board and receive a Raiders gift.

 
2018 Raiders Total: 2,546   2018 League Total: 265,940

TEAM Training at RingCentral Coliseum is by Aramark and the Oakland Raiders started in 2019. 

RingCentral Coliseum strives to provide an entertaining and safe environment for all of our patrons. Fans who are found guilty of public intoxication, using offensive language, throwing objects or any other behavior deemed by RingCentral Coliseum Guest Services Representatives as disruptive or dangerous in nature are subject to ejection from RingCentral Coliseum.

Fans Don't Let Fans Drive Drunk