Penn State Games at Beaver Stadium
Penn State football tickets are available for all games, including home games at Beaver Stadium. ESPN has declared the stadium to have the best student section in the nation and ranked it among the scariest places for opposing teams to play. The Penn State student section is in the South Endzone on the Lower-level. The best seats in Beaver Stadium are along the sidelines behind the team benches in Sections EB-EH and WB-WH. The lettering in Beaver Stadium includes double letters, that are the lowest level closest to the field, and triple letters, which are in the upper-levels. The Penn State Nittany Lions home bench is on the Beaver Stadium sideline along sections EA-EJ.
Fans looking for the best seats in Beaver Stadium will want to check out options in Sections ED, EE & EF on the lower-level sideline behind the PSU bench. The cheapest tickets for a Penn State home game will be in the Upper North Endzone (e.g.- Sections NAU to NLU) and go up as high as Row 95 at top. The other area to find inexpensive seats are the Upper South Endzone (e.g.- Sections SAU to SLU) which only go up to Row 80.
Watching a Penn State game at Beaver Stadium is an experience rich in passion and college football tradition. Penn State is in Happy Valley, Pennsylvania which is about halfway between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. PSU has a robust tailgating scene where fans get out to Beaver the night before a home game. While in-town for a Penn State game make sure you grab breakfast at the Waffle Shop in State College. Visit the PSU All-Sports Museum just prior to kickoff. Grab a post game beer at the American Ale House & Grill. Top off your day in Happy Valley with some ice cream from the Berkey Creamery.
Penn State Parking Passes
There is no school in the country that sees more demand for parking passes than the Penn State Nittany Lions. Penn State parking passes for home games are in high demand as fans want to make it as easy as possible to get in and out of Beaver Stadium. Many Penn State fans purchase parking passes in the lots where tailgating is permitted, which starts in the days prior to the game. If you are going to a Penn State home game, you may want to have your parking pass in hand before you show up.