SDCCU Stadium

October 7, 2019

The Stadium Managers Association promote responsible drinking and positive fan behavior at SDCCU Stadium. The SDCCU 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.

  • NCAA
  • SMA


Age to Check ID:    All
Max Alcohol Drinks:    2 drinks per transaction, at the start of the 3rd quarter there is a 1 drink limit
Spirits Sold:    
Max Beer Size:    
Max Wine Size:    
Max Spirits Size:    


Concession Stands:   End of the 3rd Quarter
Hawkers   End of the 3rd Quarter
Clubs/Suites:   End of the 3rd Quarter

DESIGNATED DRIVER BOOTH: SDSU, The City of San Diego, California Highway Patrol, San Diego Sportservice & Anheuser-Busch promote using designated drivers at booths on the Plaza Level near Elevators 1, 2, 4 and behind the scoreboard near Plaza section 54. A coupon for a free non-alcoholic beverage or water will be provided to designated drivers through the first quarter.

TEAM Training at SDCCU Stadium is by Canning Hunger, Centerplate, Delaware North Sportservice, disAbility Resources Consulting, and LA Chargers. 

FAN CONDUCT: Please remember to be courteous to your fellow guests.
 Obscene language, as well as personal attacks on a player, coach, official, or another fan will not be tolerated.
 Clothing with any offensive or obscene material will result in denial of admission to the venue or if already inside the venue, possible confiscation and/or ejection.
 Public intoxication may result in the ejection and/or criminal charges.
 Disruption or interference with the game will result in immediate ejection and may result in criminal charges. During San Diego State Games all fans are expected to follow the Mountain West Code of Conduct: “The Mountain West Conference and San
Diego State University are committed to the ideals of good sportsmanship and fair play. We ask all persons to show respect for the opposing team, game officials, and each other. Persons throwing objects or participating in other acts in conflict with
good sportsmanship and fair play are subject to ejection. Your cooperation is greatly