State Farm Stadium

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

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ALCOHOL SERVICE POLICIES

Age to Check ID:   35 and younger
Max Alcohol Drinks:   2/person/possession

32 oz of beer/person

Maximum Cup Size:   22 oz
Bottles:   Sold with caps off
Cans:   Yes
Liquor Sold:   Yes- Club and Suite Levels

CUT-OFF POLICIES

Concession Stands:   End of the 3rd Quarter
Hawkers:   End of the 3rd Quarter
Clubs/Suites:   1 Hour After Game Ends
Night Games:   End of the 3rd Quarter
The Arizona Cardinals, Craft Culinary Concepts, Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, Bud Light, Coca-Cola, Hensley and TEAM Coalition have teamed up to implement the “Good Sport” Responsible Fan Program. Fans 21 years of age or older with a valid driver’s license can sign up pre-game on the Great Lawn as well as inside the stadium at the 100 and 400 Level Guest Relations offices and Club Level concierge locations. In appreciation of the commitment to having a plan to get home safely, all designated drivers are awarded a coupon for one soft drink or non-alcoholic beer.All Responsible Fans also have the opportunity to win prizes each game and are eligible for a grand prize which will be presented on field at one of the final regular season home games.

 

 
2018 Cardinals Total: 8,750   2018 League Total: 265,940
 

TEAM Training is conducted at State Farm Stadium by Craft Culinary, Centerplate, and Arizona Cardinals.

The Arizona Cardinals are committed to creating a safe, comfortable and enjoyable experience for all fans at State Farm Stadium, Sportsman’s Park and throughout our parking areas. Our team members will promptly intervene to support an environment free from unruly or disruptive behavior including the following:

  • Failure to present a valid hangtag to enter an assigned parking area or failure to comply with any of the Parking Guidelines.
  • Sitting in a location other than in one’s ticketed seat location or failure to produce their game ticket when asked by team members.
  • Obscene or indecent clothing not appropriate in a public setting.
  • Foul or abusive language or obscene gestures.
  • Fighting, taunting, making threatening or offensive remarks including to players, officials or opposing team fans.
  • Intoxication or other signs of impairment related to alcohol or illegal drug consumption.
  • Displays of affection or other behavior not appropriate in a public setting.
  • Excessive standing in seating areas which blocks the view of the other ticket members.
  • Smoking except in designated smoking areas.
  • Interference with the progress of the game, including throwing objects or trespassing on the field or in other restricted areas.
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