Auburn’s football fans guide to the home game against Georgia


This is a big deal, all of you. Fresh off their wild victory at LSU, the Tigers will host the undefeated Georgia Bulldogs inside Jordan-Hare this Saturday, and the stakes couldn’t be higher.

After the Tigers’ tight call against Georgia State and last week’s thriller in Baton Rouge, Auburn looks to build on the momentum with his toughest test yet in head coach Brian Harsin’s first season. .

Several rules for slowing the spread of the virus remain in place, so be sure to study them below and on the helpful Auburn Gameday website.

Here’s what you can expect in Auburn this Saturday, including COVID-19 2021 restrictions.


TIGER WALK: 12:30 p.m.

OPEN DOORS : 12:30 p.m.


TO START UP: 2:30 p.m.


PLACE: Jordan-Lièvre Stadium


It’s been a three-week challenge, starting with the loss at Penn State and, yes, including a courageous victory over Georgia State at home. Last week’s win over LSU answered many questions about the team’s competitive spirit and Bo Nix’s status as the team’s top playmaker under center with his incredible game. improvisation.

But can the Tiger offense support that type of play, and can Nix continue to grab his bag of tricks to escape the dominant Georgia defense on Saturday?

The Kirby Smart team has limited the competition so far. The most difficult test came in week one against Clemson, perhaps exposing some offensive limits for the Bulldogs, especially given their quarterback situation.

Can Auburn’s defense make enough saves to keep Georgia in check for 60 minutes?


Tickets are sold for the Goergia match. The Jordan-Hare Stadium allows full capacity during the 2021 season.


In accordance with current Auburn University policy, face coverings (on the nose and mouth) are required inside all Auburn University buildings.

Face coverings should be worn on Tiger Transit buses, elevators, press box, and all premium interior spaces for anyone two years of age or older (not actively eating or drinking). Face shields do not meet the medical standard for a face covering.

Face covers should not be worn at outdoor athletic venues, but the CDC recommends wearing the mask in large gatherings.


Find the most up-to-date parking map here.

During home games, Tiger Transit offers special routes. Buses run for four hours before kick-off, intermittently throughout the game and for two hours after the game to bring fans back to their stops. You may experience delays in arriving and returning from all locations due to pre and post game traffic. During the 2021 season, face coverings are mandatory for all Tiger Transit passengers.

Tiger Transit also uses Doublemap / Transfer technology to allow fans to see moving buses and routes in real time via the internet and a smartphone. Learn more.

Auburn asks fans to stay on top of these ongoing construction projects:

  • Fil Rd. And Cox Road.
  • N. College St. and US 280
  • Farmville Road between N. Donahue and N. College St.
  • Opelika Road. between N. Dean and East University Dr.


Home Plate Tailgate is located in the Plainsman Park parking lot. According to the Auburn gameday website, the space is free and open to the public as a tailgating destination close to the action at Jordan-Hare Stadium. The site will open four hours before kickoff and offer TVs for watching college football and hatchback games live. Once in the area, fans will have access to toilets and tents for shade. Food and beer will be available for purchase.

The Tiger Tailgate Show will once again come to the east side of Jordan-Hare Stadium three hours before kick-off.

Coke Fan Fest is a free pre-game entertainment area located across from the Nichols Center on Donahue Drive. It opens four hours before kick-off and features inflatable games, a live DJ, TVs for watching college football games live and more.


The Coca-Cola Tiger Fan Fest is Auburn’s free interactive pre-game entertainment space located across from Nichols Center on Donahue Drive, just north of Auburn Arena and Jordan-Hare Stadium. Fan Fest provides fun for all family members, from parents to young children. Includes inflatable games for kids and a live DJ.


The Tiger Walk returned for the 2021 season, with a few changes. The pre-match team march through the stadium will be shortened slightly this fall and will include an expanded passage area for players as a health and safety protocol. Two hours before the start of the home games, the team will unload buses on Heisman Drive between Beard Eaves Court and S. Donahue Dr., then proceed to the stadium, where players will enter through the Harbert Recruiting Center.

Auburn’s squad will perform on the pitch again for the pre-game and half-time. To avoid clustering in team areas, the pre-match show will originate from the south end area instead of the south central tunnel.

Aurea, War Eagle VIII, flies before the Alabama-Auburn football game on Saturday, November 30, 2019 at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama (Photo by Laura Chramer)Laura Chamer


Auburn also announced that the pre-game eagle flight has returned to Jordan-Hare Stadium this year. Last season, the SEC banned live mascots from being in the stadium and on the pitch, but that was lifted this fall. Twenty minutes before kick-off, Auburn will stage their famous pre-match eagle flight through the Jordan-Hare stadium, culminating with a landing in midfield.


As fans are encouraged to celebrate Auburn’s victory at Toomer’s Corner, university officials ask fans to wait another year as the Auburn Oaks and their descendants roll along Samford Park, according to the site. Gameday web.


Although Auburn expects full capacity at the Jordan-Hare Stadium this season, it does not require proof of vaccination or proof of a recent negative COVID test for entry. Face covers or masks will also not be required at the Jordan-Hare Stadium, as it is an outdoor installation, although the CDC still recommends the face covering in large gatherings.

Fans are encouraged to arrive early to avoid delays. The stadium gates and all services open two hours before kick-off. The pre-match begins 20 minutes before kick-off. Step-by-step metal detectors will be operational for the 2021 season. The units will be placed at gates 1 and 12 which will not require individuals to empty their pockets to speed up entry into the stadium. These doors will be express lines for individuals without bags. People with bags will need to go to the nearest next door.


It is forbidden to bring into the stadium the following items: artificial noise devices, cameras with lenses larger than four inches, non-transparent bags, food and drinks outside, pets, stadium seats with arms, umbrellas, video cameras and weapons (including knives).


The transparent bag policy will remain in effect for the 2021 football season. Fans are encouraged to bring as few items as needed into the stadium. Bags should be clear plastic and no larger than 12 inches by 6 inches by 12 inches. One gallon re-sealable clear plastic storage bags and small pouches no larger than 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches may be permitted in the stadium. Read the full policy.


All transactions for concessions, merchandise and seating locations at Jordan-Hare Stadium will be contactless and cashless (credit cards only).

Fans can even skip the lines and digitally order for pickup at the nearest booth by using your smartphone to select “CONCESSIONS” from the side menu of the official Auburn Athletics app. The dedicated pickup window for Mobile Express orders will be available at the concession stands behind Sections 3, 28, 58 and 106.


Friday: Mostly cloudy skies with a maximum of near 82 and a 20 percent chance of showers before 10 a.m., followed by mostly cloudy skies and a nightly low around 63.

Saturday: Sunny skies with a high near 83, followed by clear skies and a nightly low around 63.

Sunday: Sunny skies with a high near 83, followed by mostly clear skies and a nighttime low around 63. – The national meteorological service


Stay up to date before, during and after the match by following Tom Green, Jean Talty, aldotcomTigers Where aldotcomSport on Twitter.


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3 a.m.

The streets of downtown reopen

10:00 a.m.

Opening of the AU team store (Auburn Arena)


Colosseum grounds East closed

2:00 p.m.

Opening of the East Coliseum lot

Opening of the CDV batch

Hayfields on South Donahue and West Samford Avenue are open for RV parking

3 p.m.

Unveiling of the statue of the same name, south entrance to the Harbert family recruiting center

College Vault pop-up store opens, entrance to Plainsman Park

Equestrian vs Georgia, FREE entry (Auburn Equestrian Complex)

4:00 p.m.

Campus open to tailgating (except Mell Street Corridor)

Football, fans and feathers (Edgar B. Carter Educational Amphitheater)

4:30 p.m.

Visits to the changing rooms of the Jordan-Hare stadium, free entry (entrance to the Harbert family recruitment center)



Open car parks

Opening of the AU team store (Auburn Arena)


Coca-Cola Tiger Fan Fest (Nichols Lawn)

Home Plate Tailgate (Plainsman Park car park, open to the public, FREE)

11:30 a.m.

Tiger Tailgate Show broadcast outside Gate 7 (broadcast locally on 93.9 FM)

12:30 p.m.

Tiger Walk (will begin at the intersection of Samford and Donahue Drive. Please maintain width and distance in unbarricaded areas north along Donahue Drive.)

Opening of the doors of the Jordan-Hare stadium

2:30 p.m.

To start up


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