Home Plate Club "Room Access" Only (i.e. Season Tickets Located Outside Rows 1-4 Behind Home Plate)
Access to climate controlled hospitality area with stairwell access to main concourse
The Home Plate Club room is located underneath the seating bowl, in a plush sports bar environment, that will not offer a view of the field, but will be accessed easily via the main concourse.
The "room access" only option is designed for season ticket holders who choose seats outside the footprint of the Home Plate Club sections (old J, K, L, M), rows 1-4, who would like to experience the amenities of a fantastic club room.
Flat screen TVs throughout
Complimentary food and non-alcoholic beverages
Option to purchase alcoholic beverages
Complimentary parking pass (Lot D off Bryant Drive)
Season Ticket Holders may transfer their tickets to another customer by logging into their account and selecting the specific events to transfer under the My Account page.
Learn more about Ticket Transfer. There is a $3.00 fee for ticket transfers. You may transfer your tickets up until 4 hours prior to any event.
Can’t attend a baseball game? You can electronically donate your season tickets back to Alabama Athletics. These tickets will then be donated to those fans who don’t normally receive an opportunity to attend an Alabama Athletics event.
Learn more about Ticket Donation. Ticket donation is free. You may donate your tickets up until 48 hours prior to any event.
All sales placed via phone, window or online are final at time of processing. There will be no exceptions.
For all ticketed athletics events by the University of Alabama, every attendee must have a ticket, regardless of age.
The University of Alabama is not responsible for lost, stolen, or destroyed tickets. This includes tickets that are left at home on game day. Original ticket holders must submit a formal written request via mail or email, to request a reprint, however it is not guaranteed a reprint will be completed, as it is per the approval of the athletics ticket office.
All address changes for ticket shipments, ticket mailings, application mailings and any additional correspondences must be submitted via formal written request via mail or email. The written request must come from the original ticket holder, in order to maintain accurate and secure records.
The University of Alabama reserves the right to change the date, opponent and start time of any event. These changes will not entitle the ticket holder to a refund. All changes will be communicated through local media and RollTide.com.
Game Day Ticket Sales
Ticket Sales will begin two (2) hours prior to first pitch, and will be located at the main box office at Gate 3 and the outfield box office at Gate 8.
The Alabama Athletics Ticket Office accepts cash, check, and all major credit cards as payment methods.
Will Call Information
Will Call will be open two (2) hours prior to first pitch, and will be located at the main box office at Gate 3.
Please have a valid photo ID in order to retrieve your tickets.
Player Guests/H.S. Coaches/Recruits Ticket Information
Player guests, High School coaches, and Recruits may pick their tickets beginning two (2) hours prior to first pitch, and will be located at the outfield box office at Gate 9.
Please have a valid photo ID in order to retrieve your tickets.
Media/Scout Will Call
Media personnel and Scouts may pick up their credentials beginning two (2) hours prior to first pitch, located at the main box office at Gate 3.
ADA accessible seating is located in Sections F, G, Q, R, & S.
If a game is postponed due to inclement weather, patrons’ tickets will be honored at the newly scheduled date or time.
Right Field Terrace Student Area
The Right Field Terrace will serve as the official student section for Alabama Baseball. Only UA Students with a valid Action Card may access this area.
Students will enter at Gate 6, located on the Southeast side of the Right Field Terrace (near the Coleman Coliseum parking lot).
Entry will be allowed at Gate 6 (see map) beginning 2 hours prior to the first pitch.
Once capacity (1,300) is reached, re-entry to the Right Field Terrace Area will only be allowed to those with a valid and attached wristband. No “new” entry will be allowed.
After capacity is reached, if seats are available, UA students may fill any available seating via Gate 8/9. If all seats have been sold and capacity (1,300) in the Right Field Terrace is filled, then no further student admissions will take place.
All patrons will have their ID’s checked. Patrons will be designated with wristbands verifying if they are over or under 21 years of age.
Any guest attempting to bring banned substances into the event will have their wristband removed and will be denied admission to the event.
All students must swipe their student Action Card at Gate 6 and be issued a wristband upon entering the stadium.
Initial entry only allowed at Gate 6.
Once inside the Right Field Terrace area (Gate 6), there is no exiting and re-entering except for patrons using the restrooms and concession stands located within Sewell-Thomas Stadium. A check point is located at the right field foul pole to verify valid reentry of students returning from restrooms and concession stands inside Sewell-Thomas stadium located behind the first base grand stands.
All bags and coolers will be checked thoroughly for prohibited items (see list below).
Any patron consuming alcohol must be of legal age (21 years) and conduct themselves in an appropriate manner according to law. Any patron under the age of 21 discovered consuming alcohol will be removed from the event. Identification will be checked at the gate, and a separate wrist band will indicate those patrons that are over 21 years of age.
Only personal coolers are allowed, and all coolers will be searched upon entrance. Canned beer or Non Alcoholic drinks only, NO liquor or wine. NO glass bottles. Community coolers are not permitted, and each patron will be limited to no more than six (6) canned beverages for individual consumption.
Only unopened cans will be permitted for entry. And once inside, any alcoholic liquids (i.e. canned beer) must be consumed from an opaque cup.
Any student that is visibly intoxicated upon entering the event will have their wristband removed and will be denied admission to the event.
Flasks are not permitted. Any patron found to be in possession of any alcoholic beverages other than canned beer will be removed from the event.
Drinking directly from can (even in koozie/huggie) is prohibited; must be poured in non-clear cup.
Patrons allowed beverages in limit of 6 per person.
All beverages must come in a cooler or bag (no carry-ins).
10'x10' tents and tables are only allowed on the top two tiers of the Right Field Terrace.
Alcohol paraphernalia (funnels, beer pong, etc)
Beer kegs, beer balls, or similar common source containers
Cameras with telephoto lenses over 6" long
Computers/Laptops (iPads & Tablets OK)
Couches or oversized furniture (lightweight lawn/camping chairs OK)
Or any item deemed dangerous or inappropriate by game management personnel
Laws, Codes, and Rules
All federal, state, and local laws fully apply
Students are held to the Student Code of Conduct
Students will adhere to the Sewell-Thomas Stadium Fan Code of Conduct
Sewell-Thomas Stadium Fan Code of Conduct
The University of Alabama promotes good sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches and spectators. Fans must conduct themselves with good sportsmanship to reflect the high standards of honor and dignity that characterize The University of Alabama. Anyone associated with an athletic program or event should reflect respect, fairness, civility, responsibility and courtesy to others. Profanity, vulgar cheers, intimidating actions, intoxication, belligerent or abusive behaviors WILL NOT be tolerated. Fans attending Alabama baseball games are expected to stay off the playing field, including after the game, and WILL NOT throw objects onto the field.
Positive support of the players, coaches and officials is strongly encouraged. The University of Alabama expects positive behavior exhibited towards our visiting guests at every contest. Please treat other with courtesy and respect. Any violation of this Code of Conduct subjects you to removal from the stadium and forfeit of future event tickets.
Students will adhere to the SEC Code of Conduct.
SEC Code of Conduct
Coaches and student-athletes of a member institution, as well as individuals employed by or associated with that institution, including alumni, fans, patrons and boosters, shall conduct themselves with honesty and good sportsmanship. Their behavior shall at all times reflect the high standards of honor and dignity that characterize participation in the collegiate setting. For intercollegiate athletes to promote the character development of participants, to enhance the integrity of higher education and to promote civility in society, coaches, student-athletes and all others associated with these athletics programs and event should adhere to such fundamental values as respect, fairness, civility, honesty, and responsibility. These values should be manifested not only in athletics participation but also in the broad spectrum of activities affecting the athletics program.
A. Conduct themselves in a manner that represents their university, the Southeastern Conference and the NCAA with honor, dignity and respect
B. Demonstrate the qualities of civility and sportsmanship at all times
C. Not use vulgar, abusive, racist, sexist, demeaning or intimidating language at any time
D. Support the players, coaches and officials in a positive manner
E. Treat the visiting team, coaches and fans with courtesy and respect at all times
F. Not engage in cheers that are vulgar, crass or demeaning
G. Refrain from throwing objects onto the field for any reason
H. Not become inebriated or belligerent
I. Refrain from entering the playing field at any times, including after the game
J. Be a positive role model for those around them by treating others with courtesy and respect
If the students fail to meet the standards set forth the following actions will be taken against the student:
1st Offense: Removal from game
2nd Offense: Removal from game and suspension from all remaining baseball games
3rd Offense: Removal from game and suspension from all University of Alabama sporting events for a calendar year
This does not supersede or replace any legal or university action that may be taken against a student who violates the law or code of student conduct.
Postponed/Cancelled Baseball Game Policy
All paid admission tickets to a postponed University of Alabama baseball game are good for the announced make-up game. If attending the announced make-up game, the original ticket is used for entry to the stadium. No refunds will be given.
Paid admission tickets to a postponed Alabama baseball game can be exchanged for tickets to a future regular season game, subject to availability, barring exceptions. (See Ticket Exchange Policy Below)
Paid admission tickets to an Alabama baseball game that is cancelled can be exchanged for tickets to a future regular season non-conference game or select Sunday SEC games, both subject to availability. The original ticket from the cancelled game is required at the time of exchange. No refunds will be given.
To exchange tickets, please visit the Baseball Box Office at Gate 3 of Sewell-Thomas no earlier than one hour prior to the game.
Tickets may be exchanged for any non-conference game or any Sunday SEC baseball game.
Please visit www.rolltide.com for updates on postponed or cancelled games.
Rescheduled Double Header Seating
In the event an Alabama baseball game is re-scheduled as part of a double header, the original tickets' seat location will be honored for that game only. (I.E. A Friday night game is re-scheduled as part of a double-header the following day. Friday tickets' seat location will be honored for the game one, and the Saturday tickets' seat location will be honored for game two.) Alabama Athletics reserves the right to clear the stadium in between games of a double header.